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Thursday, October 19, 2017

魏晋南北朝史のいま

Editor:
窪添慶文 (KUBOZOE Yoshifumi)

Publication Date:
September, 2017

Publisher:
勉誠出版



Abstract:

魏晋南北朝時代は秦漢統一帝国と隋唐統一帝国の中間に位置する。
政治的に複数の政権が並立する分裂の時代ではあるが、そこには新しい動きが様々な点で生まれ、成長して行き、隋唐時代に繋がって行く。
それら新しい動きを「政治・人物」、「思想・文化」、「国都・都城」、「出土資料」の4つの側面から捉え、魏晋南北朝史研究の「いま」を分かりやすく解説し、非統一時代に生きた人々・物事の足跡を浮かび上がらせる。

Table of Contents:

総論―魏晋南北朝史のいま 窪添慶文

Ⅰ 政治・人物
曹丕―三分された日輪の時代 田中靖彦
晋恵帝賈皇后の実像 小池直子
赫連勃勃―「五胡十六国」史への省察を起点として 徐冲(板橋暁子・訳)
陳の武帝とその時代 岡部毅史
李沖 松下憲一
北周武帝の華北統一 会田大輔
それぞれの「正義」 堀内淳一

Ⅱ 思想・文化
魏晋期の儒教 古勝隆一
南北朝の雅楽整備における『周礼』の新解釈について 戸川貴行
南朝社会と仏教―王法と仏法の関係 倉本尚徳
北朝期における「邑義」の諸相―国境地域における仏教と人々 北村一仁
山中道館の興起 魏斌(田熊敬之・訳)
史部の成立 永田拓治
書法史における刻法・刻派という新たな視座―北魏墓誌を中心に 澤田雅弘

Ⅲ 国都・都城
鄴城に見る都城制の転換 佐川英治
建康とその都市空間 小尾孝夫
魏晋南北朝の長安 内田昌功
北魏人のみた平城 岡田和一郎
北魏洛陽城―住民はいかに統治され、居住したか 角山典幸
統万城 市来弘志
「蜀都」とその社会―成都 二二一―三四七年 新津健一郎
辺境都市から王都へ―後漢から五涼時代にかける姑臧城の変遷 陳力

Ⅳ 出土資料から見た新しい世界
竹簡の製作と使用―長沙走馬楼三国呉簡の整理作業で得た知見から 金平(石原遼平・訳)
走馬楼呉簡からみる三国呉の郷村把握システム 安部聡一郎
呉簡吏民簿と家族・女性 鷲尾祐子
魏晋時代の壁画 三崎良章
北朝の墓誌文化 梶山智史
北魏後期の門閥制 窪添慶文

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Early China 40 (2017) 《古代中國》第40期



Table of Contents:

Letter from the Editor: Early China at 40
SARAH ALLAN

OBITUARY
David Noel Keightley (1932–2017)
SARAH ALLAN

Remembrances of David Keightley
MIRANDA BROWN, DAVID D. BUCK, RODERICK B. CAMPBELL, JONATHAN CHAVES, CONSTANCE A. COOK, LOTHAR VON FALKENHAUSEN, MARIÁN GÁLIK, ZEV HANDEL, KUAN-YUN HUANG, LIONEL M. JENSEN, STEVEN I. LEVINE, LI LING, LI XUEQIN, PAUL ROPP, EDWARD L. SHAUGHNESSY
FRANK JOSEPH SHULMAN 5

David Noel Keightley (1932–2017), Publications and Unpublished
Writings: A Comprehensive Bibliography and Research Guide
FRANK JOSEPH SHULMAN

ARTICLES
Early Chinese Manuscript Writings for the Name of the Sage Emperor Shun 舜, and the Legacy of Warring States Period Orthographic Variation in Early Chinese Received Texts
ADAM D. SMITH

Mozi and the Ghosts: The Concept of Ming 明 in Mozi’s “Ming gui” 明鬼
PIOTR GIBAS

Echoing Rulership: Understanding Musical References in the Huainanzi
AVITAL H. ROM

Introduction to the Peking University Han Bamboo Strips: On the Authentication and Study of Purchased Manuscripts
CHRISTOPHER J. FOSTER

EXCAVATED TEXT TRANSLATION
The Wuwei Medical Manuscripts: A Brief Introduction and Translation
YANG YONG and MIRANDA BROWN

RESEARCH NOTE
To Punish the Person: A Reading Note Regarding a Punctuation Mark in the Tsinghua Manuscript *Ming Xun
EDWARD L. SHAUGHNESSY

BOOK REVIEWS
Stephen Durrant, Wai-yee Li, Michael Nylan, and Hans van Ess. The Letter to Ren An and Sima Qian’s Legacy
LEI YANG

Barbieri-Low Anthony J., and Robin D. S. Yates. Law, State, and Society in Early Imperial China: A Study with Critical Edition and Translation of the Legal Texts from Zhangjiashan Tomb no. 247
CHARLES SANFT

BIBLIOGRAPHY
Dissertation Abstracts
WEN-YI HUANG, comp.

Annual Bibliography
WEN-YI HUANG, comp

《古代中國》
第40輯 (2017)

主編: 艾蘭

主編的信:《古代中國》邁入第四十輯
艾蘭

訃文
吉德煒 (1932–2017)
艾蘭

紀念吉德煒 
董慕達,包德威,江雨德,Jonathan Chaves, 柯鶴立,羅泰,韓哲夫,黃冠雲,詹啓華,李零,李學勤,羅溥洛,夏含夷,高利克, 蘇文

吉德煒 (1932–2017),完整論著目錄與研究指南:出版著作與未刊稿
蘇文

研究論文
竹簡寫本“舜”字的不同字形,以及傳世文獻中戰國文字變異的遺留
亞當

墨子與鬼:《墨子》“明鬼”的明概念
齊百思

統治的映射—《淮南子》中音樂相關文本分析
艾葦婷

北京大學藏西漢竹書:關於非考古出土簡牘的鑒定和研究
傅希明

出土文獻翻譯
武威漢代醫簡簡介與翻譯
楊勇與董慕達

研究札記
罰身:簡論清華簡《命訓》標點符號用法
夏含夷

書評
Stephen Durrant, Wai-yee Li, Michael Nylan, and Hans van Ess. The Letter to Ren An and Sima Qian’s Legacy
楊蕾

Barbieri-Low Anthony J., and Robin D. S. Yates. Law, State, and Society in Early Imperial China: A Study with Critical Edition and Translation of the Legal Texts from Zhangjiashan Tomb no. 247
陳力強

論著目錄
博士論文提要
黃文儀彙編

年度論著目錄
黃文儀彙編

Sunday, October 15, 2017

Yungang: Art, History, Archaeology, Liturgy

Author:
Lidu Yi

Publisher:
Routledge

Publication Date:
20171030




Abstract:

The first ever comprehensive analysis of its kind in any western language, this unique volume provides a social art history of Yungang: a fifth-century rock-cut court cave complex, UNESCO World Heritage site, and one of the greatest Buddhist monuments of all time. Yungang asks why, when, and under what circumstances this impressive cave sanctuary was made, and who played significant roles at various stages.

Recent economic changes in China including the expansion of roads have led to unprecedented numbers of objects being unearthed on site and near the cave chapels. Archaeological discoveries in 2010 have shed significant new light on the architectural configuration of monasteries in the capital and the functions of different sections of the cave complex, as well as monastic life within it. For the first time, it is possible to reconstruct where the monks lived and translated sacred literary texts, and to fully understand that freestanding monasteries are an important component of the rock-cut cave complex.

Illustrated throughout with remarkable full-colour photographs, this re-examination of the cave chapels, which brings together previous scholarship, primary documentation, and more than a decade of first hand field research, will not only fill in the gaps in our knowledge about Yungang, but also raise, and perhaps answer, new questions in art history.

Table of Contents:

Acknowledgements

Chronology of Chinese Dynasties

Chapter One

Introduction

1. Chinese Antiquarian Documentation 2. Pioneering Japanese Expeditions 3. Chinese Scholarship 4. Western Research 5. Purpose and Organization of the Book

Chapter Two

The Sacred Site of Yungang

1. Making the Sacred Cave Temples of Yungang 2. Auspicious Geographical Environment of Yungang 3. Archaeological Excavations and Related Issues 4. Art and Architecture

Chapter Three

Phase One—Emperor As Tathāgata

1. The Imperial Five Tanyao Caves 2. Dates of Excavation of the Five Tanyao Caves 3. Emperor as the Living Tathāgata in the Cave temple 4. Tanyao and the Significance of the Translation of Sacred Books in Yungang 5. Concluding Remarks

Chapter Four

Phase Two: Political Struggles and Chronicles Reconsidered

1. Dates of Caves 11-13 Reconsidered 2. Reconstructing a Chronological Sequence of the Second-phase Cave temples 3. Summary of the Chronology of the Second-phase Cave temples

Chapter Five

Considering Karmic Narratives And Liturgical Functions

1. Reading the Iconography 2. Modes of Narratives and Viewers’ Response 3. Ritual and Function in a Rock-cut Cave Sanctuary 4. Folk Faith, Karmic Practice and the Tiwei Boli Jing 5. Concluding Remarks

Chapter Six

Phase Three—The Remaining Splendour

1. Architectural Structure 2. Iconographic Composition 3. Telling Tales: Narrative Stories and Visual Representations 4. Iconographic Style 5. Classification, Dating and Chronological Sequence 6. Concluding Remarks 7. One Final Remark: Buddhist Sinicization Re-considered

Postscript

Classification of the Caves in the Third-phase

Groups and Periodization of the Third-phase Caves

Character Glossary

Bibliography

Friday, October 13, 2017

Eurasian Empires in Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages: Contact and Exchange between the Graeco-Roman World, Inner Asia and China

Editors:
Hyun Jin Kim, Frederik Juliaan Vervaet, Selim Ferruh Adalı

Publisher:

Cambridge University Press

Publication date:

October 2017



Abstract:


The great empires of the vast Eurasian continent have captured the imagination of many. Awe-inspiring names such as ancient Rome, Han and Tang China, Persia, Assyria, the Huns, the Kushans and the Franks have been the subject of countless scholarly books and works of literature. However, very rarely, if at all, have these vast pre-industrial empires been studied holistically from a comparative, interdisciplinary and above all Eurasian perspective. This collection of studies examines the history, literature and archaeology of these empires and others thus far treated separately as a single inter-connected subject of inquiry. It highlights in particular the critical role of Inner Asian empires and peoples in facilitating contacts and exchange across the Eurasian continent in antiquity and the early Middle Ages.


Table of Contents:

Introduction Hyun Jin Kim and Frederik Vervaet

Part I. Political Organization and Interactions of Eurasian Empires:
1. The Political Organization of Steppe Empires and their Contribution to Eurasian Interconnectivity: the case of the Huns and their impact on the Frankish West     Hyun Jin Kim

2. Tang China s Horse Power: The Borderland Breeding Ranch System    Jonathan Skaff

3.Cimmerians and the Scythians: The Impact of Nomadic Powers on the Assyrian Empire and the Ancient Near East    Selim Ferruh Adalı

Part II. Socio-institutional Aspects of Eurasian Empires:
4. Honour and Shame in the Roman Republic Frederik   Juliaan Vervaet

5. Honor and Shame in Han China    Mark Lewis

6. Slavery and forced labor in early China and the Roman world    Walter Scheidel

Part III. Cultural Legacies of Eurasian Empires:
7. Homer and the Shi Jing as Imperial Texts Alexander Beecroft

8. The Serpent from Persia – Manichaeism in Rome and China Samuel Lieu

Part IV. Archaeology of Eurasian Empires:
9. The Alans in the Southern Caucasus? Antonio Sagona, Claudia Sagona and Aleks Michalewicz

10. Greeks, Scythians, Parthians and Kushans in Central Asia and India Osmund Bopearachchi

11. Enclosure Sites, non-nucleated settlement strategies and political capitals in ancient Eurasia Michelle Negus Cleary

Conclusion Hyun Jin Kim, Frederik Juliaan Vervaet and Selim Ferruh Adalı.

Monday, October 9, 2017

Ancestors, Kings, and the Dao

Author:
Constance A. Cook

Publication Date:
October, 2017

Publisher:
Harvard



Abstract:

Ancestors, Kings, and the Dao outlines the evolution of musical performance in early China, first within and then ultimately away from the socio-religious context of ancestor worship. Examining newly discovered bamboo texts from the Warring States period, Constance A. Cook compares the rhetoric of Western Zhou (1046–771 BCE) and Spring and Autumn (770–481 BCE) bronze inscriptions with later occurrences of similar terms in which ritual music began to be used as a form of self-cultivation and education. Cook’s analysis links the creation of such classics as the Book of Odes with the ascendance of the individual practitioner, further connecting the social actors in three types of ritual: boys coming of age, heirs promoted into ancestral government positions, and the philosophical stages of transcendence experienced in self-cultivation.

The focus of this study is on excavated texts; it is the first to use both bronze and bamboo narratives to show the evolution of a single ritual practice. By viewing the ancient inscribed materials and the transmitted classics from this new perspective, Cook uncovers new linkages in terms of how the materials were shaped and reshaped over time and illuminates the development of eulogy and song in changing ritual contexts.


Table of Contents:

Part I. 
1. Establishing the Zhou tradition: Memorial feasts and the rise of eulogy to Zhou kings
Memorial feasts and founder sacrifices
Zhou founder kings: a case of King Wen, the ancestor, and King Wu, the son
Creating the nation
Divine models
Ancestors and the hunt
Summary

2. Kings, ancestors, and the transmission of De: Transitions and setting the pattern
The founder king as earth deity
Summary

3. Song of heirs: Royal inscriptions: the king as heir
Regional heirs control the sacred narrative
Lengthy bronze narratives and the role of the king
Summary

4. Eulogy and the rise of the musical performance: Training the Xiaozi
The ancient eulogy or praise song
Eulogy in ritual performance
Summary

Part II. The Zhou way after the Zhou: 

5. Transitions and bronze inscriptions: Archaic rings
Western
Northern
Southern
Northeastern
Summary

6. The new old Zhou way: Notes on the transmission of odes and A song of King Wen
Summary

7. From ancestor worship to inner cultivation: Notes on the bamboo text the lute dance of Zhou Gong
Musical performance and textual production
Reexamining the great preface
Inner feeling, outer decorum
The odes as Dao: cultivating the intention
Summary

8. Coming-of-age rituals: Performing the capping ritual
Ritual and music as a method for "completion"
Coming-of-age narratives in the eastern Zhou
Remnants of promotion narratives in warring states texts

Summary

Sunday, October 8, 2017

Tales from Tang Dynasty China: Selections from the Taiping Guangji

Editors: 
Alexei Ditter, Sarah M. Allen, and Jessey J. C. Choo. 

Publisher:

Hackett Publishing Co.

Publication Date:
September 2017




Abstract:

Compiled during the Song dynasty (960–1279) at the behest of Emperor Taizong, the Taiping Guangji anthologized thousands of pages of unofficial histories, accounts, and minor stories from the Tang dynasty (618–907).


The twenty-two tales translated in this volume, many appearing for the first time in English, reveal the dynamism and diversity of society in Tang China. A lengthy Introduction as well as introductions to each selection further illuminate the social and historical contexts within which these narratives unfold. This collection offers a wealth of information for anyone interested in medieval Chinese history, religion, or everyday life.

Table of Contents:

Timeline
Note on Translation Conventions
Introduction

THIS WORLD

"The Woman in the Carriage" 車中女子
introduced and translated by Linda Feng

"Xiao Yingshi" 蕭穎士
introduced and translated by Alexei Ditter

"Ming Siyuan" 明思遠
introduced and translated by Alexei Ditter

"The Record of Master Shenxiu’s Predictions" 秀師言記
introduced and translated by Jessey Choo

"Du Mu" 杜牧
introduced and translated by Manling Luo

"Di Weiqian" 狄惟謙
introduced and translated by Alexei Ditter

“General Pan” 潘將軍
introduced and translated by Linda Feng

"The Female Slave of Li Fu" 李福女奴
introduced and translated by Alexei Ditter

"Pengyan" 捧硯
introduced and translated by Alexei Ditter


BETWEEN WORLDS: OTHERWORLDY ENCOUNTERS IN THE HUMAN WORLD

"Yao Hong" 姚泓
introduced and translated by Sarah M. Allen

"Tang Xuan" 唐晅
introduced and translated by Jessey Choo

"Cao Weisi" 曹惟思
introduced and translated by Natasha Heller

"Dou Yu" 竇裕
introduced and translated by Jack W. Chen

"Scholar Wang" 王生
introduced and translated by Sarah M. Allen

"Shentu Cheng" 申屠澄
introduced and translated by Sarah M. Allen

"Scholar Hu" 胡生
introduced and translated by Manling Luo

"The Clan of Xingyang" 滎陽氏
introduced and translated by Natasha Heller


BETWEEN WORLDS: TRAVEL TO OTHER WORLDS

"Vice Magistrate of Liuhe District 六合縣丞"
introduced and translated by Jessey Choo

"Dong Guan" 董觀
introduced and translated by Jessey Choo

"Yang Jingzhen" 楊敬真
introduced and translated by Sarah M. Allen

"Lu Yong" 陸顒
introduced and translated by Linda Feng

"Master Yang" 楊大夫
introduced and translated by Timothy Davis

 APPENDIX 1: TALES ORGANIZED BY CHRONOLOGY
APPENDIX 2: SOURCES FOR TALES WITHIN THE TAIPING GUANGJI
APPENDIX 3: TALES BY CATEGORIES WITHIN THE TAIPING GUANGJI
APPENDIX 4: TALES CATEGORIZED BY THEME OR TOPIC

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Index