Anne Cheng was trained in European and Chinese intellectual history at the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris, at Oxford, Cambridge and at Fudan University in Shanghai. She currently holds the Chair of Chinese intellectual history at the Collège de France. Her main publications include a French translation of the Confucian Analects, a Study of Han Confucianism and a History of Chinese thought, which has won several awards and has been translated into numerous languages. She has also authored articles and chief-edited collective volumes on Chinese philosophy and Chinese thought, past and present. Since 2010, she has been directing a bilingual series of works written in classical Chinese and translated into French at Belles Lettres in Paris.