Home / CULTURAL CIRCULATION IN ASIA—NARRATIVE, HUMAN, AND VISUAL FLOWS

 

6th IMAP/IDOC in Japanese Humanities Symposium on Premodern Japanese Culture 

Kyushu University, Faculty of Humanities 

 

CULTURAL CIRCULATION IN ASIA—NARRATIVE, HUMAN, AND VISUAL FLOWS 

February 1–2, 2018 

February 1 Excursion to the Kunisaki peninsula (speakers and organizers) 

February 2 Symposium 

Venue: Conference Room 会議室, 4th floor, Humanities Building, Kaizuka Campus 

 

9:40 Opening Remarks 

Tomoyuki Kubo  

Dean, Faculty of Humanities, Kyushu University 

 

9:45 Spaces Sacred and Places of Pleasure: Experiencing Ise ca. 18001900 

John Breen, International Research Center for Japanese Studies (Nichibunken) 

 

10:35 Going on Pilgrimage in the Late QingItinerary Networks in “Knowing the Paths of Pilgrimage” and “Records of Travels to Famous Mountains” 

Marcus Bingenheimer, Temple University 

 

11:25 Refreshments 

 

11:40 Japan, Korea, and the Central Civilization: National Appropriations of the Confucian World Order, 1600–1700 

David Weiss, University of Tübingen 

 

12:30 Lunch 

 

13:45 Elusive Body: Early Japanese Buddhist Reliquaries in the Trans-East Asian Transmission of Ideas 

Akiko Walley, University of Oregon 

 

14:35 Terracotta Votive Tablets: Mechanical Reproduction and Transmission of Buddhist Iconography 

Hsueh-man Shen, New York University 

 

15:25 Refreshments 

 

15:40 The Hoard of Buddhist Sculpture from Qingzhou Revisited 

Lukas Nickel, Vienna University 

 

16:30 The Nature of Circulations and Connections in Pre-Modern Asia 

Tansen Sen, NYU Shanghai 

 

Organized by Professors Tomoyuki Kubo, Ellen Van Goethem, Ashton Lazarus, and Cynthea Bogel 

 

Funded by a Kyushu University Progress 100 grant for the creation of interdisciplinary research hubs in the humanities and social sciences (世界トップレベル研究者招へいプログラム チャレンジ枠3) 人社系学際融合リサーチハブ形成型, Grant theme: アジアにおける人の移動と人文学的変容). 

 

For inquiries, please contact vgoethem@lit.kyushu-u.ac.jp  

 
 

Share This

 
 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *