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Tuesday, July 28, 2015

New Perspectives on Early Korean Art: From Silla to Koryŏ

Editor:
Kim, Youn-mi

Publisher:
University of Hawaii

Publication Year:
2013




Abstract:
This volume, consisting of five chapters and an introduction, includes discussion of a variety of artworks, ranging from gold adornments found in Silla tombs to Koryŏ Buddhist paintings scattered in modern museum and private collections, that provide insight into the religious practices, aesthetics, cross-cultural exchanges, and everyday life of the people who made, used, appreciated, and circulated them. Based on thorough investigations of these artworks, their social context, and related texts, the five chapters in this book elucidate the cross-cultural interactions between the peoples and regions of Korea, China and South and Southeast Asia during the Silla to Koryŏ periods.

Table of Contents:

Introduction / Youn-mi Kim --

1. Iconography, technique, and context in Koryŏ buddhist paintings / Chung Woothak --

2. Seeing maitreya: aspiration and vision in an image from early eighth-century Silla / Rhi Juhyung --

3. (Dis)assembling the national canon: seventh-century " Esoteric" buddhist ritual, the Samguk yusa, and Sach'ŏnwang-sa / Youn-mi Kim --

4. The development of Koryŏ porcelain and the Chinese ceramic industry in the tenth century / Jang Namwon --

5. The gold jewelry of ancient Silla: syncretism of northern and southern Asian cultures / Joo Kyeongmi.


Monday, July 20, 2015

Southern Identity and Southern Estrangement in Medieval Chinese Poetry

Editors:
Ping Wang & Nicholas Morrow Williams

Publisher:
Hong Kong University Press

Publication Year:
2015




Abstract:

From ancient times, China's remote and exotic South—a shifting and expanding region beyond the Yangtze River—has been an enduring theme in Chinese literature. For poets and scholar-officials in medieval China, the South was a barbaric frontier region of alienation and disease. But it was also a place of richness and fascination, and for some a site of cultural triumph over exile. The eight essays in this collection explore how tensions between pride in southern culture and anxiety over the alien qualities of the southern frontier were behind many of the distinctive features of medieval Chinese literature. They examine how prominent writers from this period depicted themselves and the South in poetic form through attitudes that included patriotic attachment and bitter exile. By the Tang dynasty, poetic symbols and clichés about the exotic South had become well established, though many writers were still able to use these in innovative ways. 

Southern Identity and Southern Estrangement in Medieval Chinese Poetry is the first work in English to examine the cultural south in classical Chinese poetry. The book incorporates original research on key poets, such as Lu Ji, Jiang Yan, Wang Bo, and Li Bai. It also offers a broad survey of cultural and historical trends during the medieval period, as depicted in poetry. The book will be of interest to students of Chinese literature and cultural history.

Table of Contents:

Acknowledgments
List of Contributors

1.  Southland as Symbol
 —Ping Wang and Nicholas Morrow Williams

2.  Southern Metal and Feather Fan: The "Southern Consciousness" of Lu Ji
—David R. Knechtges

3.  Fan Writing: Lu Ji, Lu Yun and the Cultural Transactions between North and South
—Xiaofei Tian

4.  Plaint, Lyricism, and the South
—Ping Wang

5.  Farther South: Jiang Yan in Darkest Fujian
—Paul W. Kroll

6.  The Pity of Spring: A Southern Topos Reimagined by Wang Bo and Li Bai
—Nicholas Morrow Williams

7.  The Stele and the Drunkard: Two Poetic Allusions from Xiangyang
—Jie Wu 

8.  Jiangnan from the Ninth Century On: The Routinization of Desire
—Stephen Owen

Works Cited
Index

Saturday, July 11, 2015

“综合的六朝史研究”学术研讨会

主办:首都师范大学历史学院

时间:2015年5月23日~24日

地点:北京市海淀区增光路55号紫玉饭店紫霞园会议室

5月23日

08:30~09:00 开幕式
主持人 游自勇(首都师范大学历史学院) 开幕致辞 郝春文(首都师范大学历史学院院长)
旨趣说明 游自勇(首都师范大学历史学院)

第一场 艺术表达与典范重塑
主持人 魏 斌(武汉大学历史学院)
09:00~09:40 左右和男女:再论汉六朝左右观
发表人:阿部幸信(日本中央大学文学部)
评议人:童 岭(南京大学文学院)
09:40~10:20 中古五言诗首句入韵现象研究
发表人:张一南(中国社会科学院文学研究所)
评议人:凌文超(中国社会科学院历史研究所)
10:20~10:30 茶 歇
10:30~11:10 東晋南朝的雅乐改革与元嘉历
发表人:户川贵行(日本中央大学、国学院大学)
评议人:程苏东(北京大学中文系)
11:10~11:50 中古道教法服制度的成立
发表人:孙 齐(山东大学儒学高等研究院)
评议人:陈大海(南京市考古研究所)

午 休

第二场 佛法流衍及受容
主持人 孙少华(中国社会科学院文学研究所)
13:30~14:10 月光(Gandraprabha?)应降、灵钵(Pātra)东迁
——中古佛教救世主信仰的文献与图像
发表人:孙英刚(复旦大学文史研究院)
评议人:徐建委(中国人民大学文学院)
14:10~14:50 辨常星之夜落:从佛历推算看经院主义学术
发表人:陈志远(北京大学儒藏编纂与研究中心)
评议人:周文俊(中山大学中文系)
14:50~15:30 关于南朝的唱导
发表人:曹 凌(中国社会科学院世界宗教研究所)
评议人:游自勇(首都师范大学历史学院)
15:30~15:50 茶 歇

第三场 “书写”的六朝
主持人 程 义(苏州博物馆)
15:50~16:30 六朝宫廷贡物与贵族文学
——从夷方珍奇到王朝符瑞
发表人:林晓光(浙江大学人文学院)
评议人:陈侃理(北京大学中国古代史研究中心)
16:30~17:10 正史书志的书写策略:以六朝史志不载龙舟为例
发表人:孙正军(首都师范大学历史学院)
评议人:陈 君(中国社会科学院文学研究所)
17:10~17:50 卞彬童谣与宋齐革易之历史书写
发表人:李晓红(中山大学中文系)
评议人:仇鹿鸣(复旦大学历史系)

5月24日

第四场 江南开发与地域社会
主持人 吴 真(中国人民大学文学院)
08:30~09:10 解构“开发史”:六朝岭南统治结构的重建
发表人:夏 炎(南开大学历史学院)
评议人:王安泰(日本学术振兴会)
09:10~09:50 六朝华夏网络的断裂与南方山地的华夏化
发表人:胡 鸿(武汉大学历史学院)
评议人:许志强(南京市考古研究所)
09:50~10:00 茶 歇

主持人 陈 君(中国社会科学院文学研究所)
10:00~10:40 移民与信仰:以南朝宋齐时代的道教墓券为中心
发表人:刘 屹(首都师范大学历史学院)
评议人:叶 炜(北京大学历史系)
10:40~11:20 浙江六朝墓概述
发表人:刘卫鹏(杭州市文物考古研究所)
评议人:魏 斌(武汉大学历史学院)
11:20~12:00 “郡守问士”与“皇帝问计”:汉魏六朝地志编纂的侧面
发表人:林昌丈(武汉大学历史学院)
评议人:孙少华(中国社会科学院文学研究所)

午 休

第五场 从北土看六朝
主持人 叶 炜(北京大学历史系)
13:30~14:10 甘肃临泽新出西晋简册反映的几个问题
发表人:张荣强(北京师范大学历史学院)
评议人:程 义(苏州博物馆)
14:10~14:50 北朝墓葬出土瓷器的编年
发表人:刘 未(中国人民大学历史学院考古文博系)
评议人:徐 冲(复旦大学历史系)
14:50~15:00
茶 歇

15:00~15:40 首阳山小考——兼谈魏文帝首阳陵位置问题
发表人:耿 朔(中央美术学院人文学院)
评议人:吴 真(中国人民大学文学院)
15:40~16:20 晋末十六国时期乡里坞壁文人、文学考论
发表人:蔡丹君(中国社会科学院文学研究所)
评议人:顾江龙(首都师范大学历史学院)
16:20~16:30 茶 歇

16:30~18:00 主题讨论:综合是否可能?——六朝史研究的新方向
主持人 侯旭东(清华大学历史系)
景蜀慧(中山大学历史学系)
阿部幸信(日本中央大学文学部)
孙少华(中国社会科学院文学研究所)
程 义(苏州博物馆)
刘 屹(首都师范大学历史学院)

Thursday, July 9, 2015

湖南出土簡牘とその社会

Edtiors:
伊藤敏雄・窪添慶文・關尾史郎

Publisher:
汲古書院

Publication Year:
2015



Table of Contents:

まえがき(窪添慶文)

凡例                                

総 説(關尾史郎)

第一部 簡 牘

 長沙東牌楼漢簡中の公文書と書信…………… 髙村武幸

 長沙呉簡中の「叩頭死罪白」文書木牘 ……… 伊藤敏雄

 長沙呉簡書法研究序説 ………………………… 王 素・宋少華/石原遼平訳

第二部 社 会

 簿籍の作成と管理からみた臨湘侯国

 ―名籍類を中心として― ………………………… 關尾史郎

 典田掾・勧農掾の職掌と郷

 ―長沙呉簡中所見「戸品出銭」簡よりみる―… 安部聡一郎

長沙呉簡にみえる佃客と限米 ……………………… 谷口建速

分異の時期と家族構成の変化について―長沙呉簡による検討―

                      …………………… 鷲尾祐子

長沙呉簡の傷病表記の特徴 ………………………… 福原啓郎

文献リスト/あとがき(伊藤敏雄)/執筆者一覧



Monday, July 6, 2015

Daoism Excavated: Cosmos and Humanity in Early Manuscripts

Author: 
WANG Zhongjiang

Translator:
Livia Kohn

Publication Year:
2015

Publisher:
Three Pines Press




Abstract:
Daoism Excavated is a first detailed exploration of Daoist cosmology, philosophy, and political vision as found in recently unearthed bamboo slips and silk manuscripts. Presenting a detailed, and often carefully philological, examination of the Taiyi shengshui, Hengxian, Fanwu liuxing, and Huangdi sijing, as well as of various versions of the Laozi, the book provides new insights into ancient Daoist thought and its various schools and lineages. It focuses particularly on different visions of the creation and unfolding of the universe and on the application of these alternative cosmologies in political thought and practice. Revising and expanding our understanding of traditional Chinese thinking, the book makes an essential contribution to Chinese studies, philosophy, and religion.

Table of Contents:
Preface
Introduction
Daoist Cosmology in the Light of Excavated Manuscripts 1
1. Hengxian 恆先: Stages of Cosmic Unfolding 30
2. Taiyi shengshui 太一生水: Textual Structure and Conceptual Layers 63
3. Fanwu liuxing 凡物流形: From Oneness to Multiplicity 84
4. Huangdi sijing 黃帝四經: Governing through Oneness 112
5. Laozi 老子: “Dao Models Itself” 130
6. Laozi: “A Great Vessel” 157
7. Han Laozi: Variants and New Readings 173
Laozi Chapters Cited 194
Bibliography 195
Index 207


[Conference] The Chinese Writing System and Its Dialogue with Sumerian, Egyptian, and Mesoamerican Writing Systems

Dates:
May 30-31, 2015

Place:
Rutgers University and Conference Center

Conference Program:

Friday May 29, 2015
Participants check in at the Rutgers University Inn & Conference Center.

Saturday May 30, 2015
8:00-9:00
Registration and Refreshments

9:00-9:20
Welcome and Introduction
Ching-I Tu,Director,ConfuciusInstitute of Rutgers University (CIRU)

Opening Remarks
Kuang Yu Chen, Rutgers University



Panel I Theorizing Writing and Writing Systems
Moderator: Sarah Allen (Dartmouth College) (9:20 – 10:50)

Leo Depuydt (Brown University)
The Scientific Theory of Egyptian Hieroglyphic Writing in Boole’s, Saussure’s, and Maxwell’s Footsteps

Michael D. Carrasco (Florida State University)
Conventions and Linguistic Tropes in Olmec Art and Writing

Ilona Zsolnay (University of Pennsylvania)
Writing, What was it Good for? An Investigation into Intent

Coffee Break (10:50–11:00)



Panel 2 Probing Origins of Writing
Moderator:Ching-I Tu (Rutgers University)(11:00–12:30)

Denise Schmandt-Besserat (The University of Texas at Austin)
Writing after Accounting in the Ancient Near East

Oswaldo Chinchilla Mazariegos (Yale University)
A Comparative Approach to the Origin of Writing in Mesoamerica

Hui Wang (Shaanxi Normal University)
Methodology for Dating the Origin of Chinese Writing System

Lunch (12:30–1:30)



Panel 3 Proto-writings, Art and Symbols
Moderator: Dietrich Tschanz (Rutgers University) (1:30–3:00)

Yunzhi Wang (Henan University)
Chinese Writing System Occurred in the Yellow River Basin

He Zhang (William Paterson University)
Identification of a Group of Olmec Jade Design

Yongsheng Chen (Brown University)
Two Cognitive Principles Underlying the Usage of Determinatives in First
Writings: A Comparative Study of the Determinative in Egyptian and
Chinese

Coffee Break (3:00–3:10)



Panel 4 Social and Cultural Context in the Formation of Writing
Moderator: Richard V. Simmons (Rutgers University) (3:10–5:40)

David Mora Marín (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
The Social and Cultural Context of Early Mayan Writing and the Development of
Logographic and Logosyllabic Spelling Practices

Yaping Huang (Ocean University of China)
The Study of the Social Context of Literacy on the Oracle Bone Inscription in
Shang Dynasty

Mingchorng Hwang (Academia Sinica, Taipei)
Rethinking the Origin of Chinese Writing: Gene, Ethnic Groups, and Writing
Systems

Jonathan Smith (Christopher Newport University)
Writing Time: The Luni-Stellar Solution to the Origins ofthe Chinese Sexagenary
Cycle, and the Problem of Indigeneity

John Darnell (Yale University)
Illustrated Rocks and Illuminated Bodies: the Ritual Cosmographic Precursors of
Egyptian Writing

Reception and Dinner (6:00–8:00)



Sunday May 31, 2015

Panel 5 Archeology and the Origin of Writing Systems
Moderator: Richard V. Simmons (Rutgers University) (9:00–10:30)

Franco Rossi and William A. Saturno (Boston University)
An Archeology of Early Maya Writing

Yushu Gong (Peking University)
Principles for Creating Signs Used in Ancient Writing Systems from Sumer, Egypt and China

Kuang Yu Chen (Rutgers University)
A Model for Dating the Genesis of the Chinese Writing System: Comparison with Other First Writings

Coffee Break (10:30–10:40)



Panel 6 Transformation, Obsolecence, and Cataloguing
Moderator:Xin Ning (Jilin University)(10:40–12:10)

Zhenhao Song (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing)
Oracle Bone Inscriptions: Recent Work on Cataloguing

Philip Jones (University of Pennsylvania)
The Beginning of the End: Longer Term Perspectives on the Decline of Cuneiform in First Millennium BCE Babylonia

Joshua A. Roberson (University of Pennsylvania)
Whose Error, Anyway?Non-StandardOrthography,Cryptography, andthe Transmission of Texts: The Case of the Egyptian Underworld Books

Lunch (12:20–1:20)



Panel 7 Overview and Discussion
 (1:30–2:30)
Panelists: Zhenhao Song, Sarah Allan, Adam Schwartz, David Mora Marín, Michael Carrasco,
Philip Jones, Ilona Zsolnay, Joshua Roberson, Leo Depuydt,

Friday, July 3, 2015

中国古代の水利と地域開発

Author:
大川裕子

Publisher:
汲古書院

Publication Year:
2015




Table of Contents: 

序論

第一編 古代巴蜀地域の開発

第一章 古代巴の歴史―巴人の分布に関する一考察―
第二章 秦の蜀開発と都江堰―川西平原扇状地と都市・水利―  
第三章 鄭国渠と都江堰―戦国秦の水利開発―
第四章 漢代四川盆地丘陵地の開発


第二編 漢代北方辺境地域の開発

第一章 漢代北方辺境と晋北地域―文献史料を手がかりに―
第二章 漢代晋北地域の地域開発―現地視察をふまえて―

第三編 古代江南の開発 

第一章 范蠡三徙説話の形成―水上交通路との関係を中心に―
第二章 銭塘江逆流と秦漢時代の江南―鑑湖創設をめぐって―


第四編 植物からみる地域開発の多様性

第一章 イモからみた秦漢時代の巴蜀
第二章 中国史における芋類の地域性
           ―四川と江南の比較を通して―
第三章 黄河下流域における沙地利用の歴史的変遷
           ―祭祀の場から落花生導入まで―

終論

あとがき

英文目次

中文概要

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