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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

周縁領域からみた秦漢帝国

Editor:
髙村武幸 (TAKAMURA Takeyuki)

Publisher:
六一書房

Publication Date:
September, 2017



Table of Contents:

前 言

第1 部 秦の周縁領域

渡邉 英幸 「戦国秦の国境を越えた人びと ─岳麓秦簡『為獄等状』の「邦亡」と「帰義」を中心に─」

目黒 杏子 「秦代県下の「廟」─里耶秦簡と岳麓書院蔵秦簡「秦律令」にみえる諸廟の考察─」

第2 部 漢代西北部周縁領域の考察

廣瀬 薫雄 「漢代酒泉郡表是県城遺跡を探して ─草溝井城調査記─」

青木 俊介 「漢代肩水地区A32 所在機関とその業務関係 ─肩水金関と肩水東部を中心に─」

髙村 武幸 「前漢後半期以降の河西地域に対する物資供給 ─漢代辺郡の存在意義を考える手がかりとして─」

第3 部 周縁の地域社会とその構成員

鈴木 直美 「漢代フロンティア形成者のプロフィール ─居延漢簡・肩水金関漢簡にみる卒の年齢に着目して─」

飯田 祥子 「公孫述政権の興亡 ─両漢交替期地域政権の一事例─」

鷲尾 祐子 「終の棲家 ─女性の帰属に関する試論─」

後 記


Friday, September 15, 2017

Acta Asiatica: Bulletin of the Institute of Eastern Culture No. 113: Computational Arts (Shu-shu) and Intellectual Thought in Traditional Chinese Society

Publication Date:
Aug. 2017

Publisher:
Tokyo: Tōhō Gakkai

Table of Contents:

IKEDA Tomohisa (池田知久): Introduction

LI Ling (李零): The Revolution in Shu-shu: From Divination Using Tortoiseshells and Yarrow Stalks to Shih Methods and Selection

KUDŌ Motoo (工藤元男): Local Government Officials and Shu-shu: A View from Daybooks (Jih-shu)

TAKEDA Tokimasa (武田時昌): The Six Incurables and Four Difficulties: An Examination of the Paradigms of Chinese Medicine from the Perspective of Shu-shu Studies

KAWAHARA Hideki (川原秀城): A Third Thesis concerning Shu-shu: Is Neo-Confucianism the Study of Shu-shu?

MINAKUCHI Takuju (水口拓寿): Perceptions of “Water Quality” in Early-Ch‘ing Feng-shui Texts: An Inquiry into Shen Hao’s Ti-hsüeh


Thursday, September 14, 2017

墓誌を用いた北魏史研究

Author:
窪添 慶文 (KUBOZOE Yoshifumi)

Publisher:
汲古書院

Publication Date:
September, 2017



Table of Contents:

序・凡 例 付 北魏王朝系図 

第Ⅰ部 北魏墓誌の位置
第1章 墓誌の起源とその定型化       
第2章 遷都後の北魏墓誌に関する補考
第3章 北魏墓誌中の銘辞

第Ⅱ部 墓誌を用いた北魏官僚制研究
第1章 正史と墓誌の官職記載の比較――北魏墓誌の官歴記載を中心に――
第2章 北魏後期における将軍号       
第3章 北魏後期の官僚の遷転
第4章 北魏後期における品と階       
第5章 北魏後期の門閥制――起家官と姓族分定――
第5章補論 北魏後期の門閥制に関わる覚書

第Ⅲ部 石刻資料を用いた北魏史研究
第1章 北魏服属諸族覚書          
第2章 文成帝期の胡族と内朝官
第3章 北魏における滎陽鄭氏        
第4章 長楽馮氏に関する諸問題
第5章 北魏における弘農楊氏
あとがき/索 引

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Saturday, September 9, 2017

Astral Science in Early China: Observation, Sagehood and Society

Author:
Daniel Morgan

Publisher:
Cambridge University Press

Publication Date:
August, 2017





Abstract:

Challenging monolithic modern narratives about 'Chinese science', Daniel Patrick Morgan examines the astral sciences in China c.221 BCE–750 CE as a study in the disunities of scientific cultures and the narratives by which ancients and moderns alike have fought to instil them with a sense of unity. The book focuses on four unifying 'legends' recounted by contemporary subjects: the first two, redolent of antiquity, are the 'observing of signs' and 'granting of seasons' by ancient sage kings; and the other two, redolent of modernity, involve the pursuit of 'accuracy' and historical 'accumulation' to this end. Juxtaposing legend with the messy realities of practice, Morgan reveals how such narratives were told, imagined, and re-imagined in response to evolving tensions. He argues that, whether or not 'empiricism' and 'progress' are real, we must consider the real effects of such narratives as believed in and acted upon in the history of astronomy in China.

Table of Contents:
Introduction
Conventions
1. The world below
2. Observing the signs
3. Granting the seasons
4. Reverent accordance with prodigious heaven
5. What the ancients had yet to learn
6. Conclusion

Sunday, September 3, 2017

Gyeongju, The Capital of Golden Silla

(Thanks Dr. Nelson for sharing this information)

Author:
Sarah M. Nelson

Publication Date:
March, 2017

Publisher:
Routledge




Abstract:

Gyeongju, the capital of the Kingdom of Silla, grew from a loose confederation of villages, called Saro, to become the capital of most of the Korean peninsula. Its relationships with Japan, the Eurasian Steppes, and countries along the Silk Road leading to Europe helped to make the city one of the most prosperous and significant in ancient East Asia. In this seminal new volume, Sarah Milledge Nelson draws on over 30 years’ experience to offer the first complete history of this fascinating city. Gyeongju explores culture, class and rank, industry, international relations, rulers, and socio-cultural issues such as gender, and examines in detail the complex systems of class and rank, Gyeongju’s position as the royal seat of Silla, and the influence and legacy of the ancient city.

Table of Contents:

Preface and Acknowledgments

1. The Ancient City of Gyeongju

2. Saro/Silla and the Historic Record

3. Gyeongju Archaeology

4. Production: Ceramics, Bronze, Iron, and Gold

5. Silk Roads and Trade Routes

6. Ranking and Sumptuary Rules

7. Rulership in Silla

8. Religions in Gyeongju

9. Gyeongju and Japan

10. Gyeongju in East Asian Perspective: A Summary and Critique

Bibliography

Index