一般財團法人東方學會 本文へジャンプ



Tokyo, May 19th; Kyoto, May 26th, 2018

* 参加ご希望の方は、住所・氏名・所属・専門・参加希望部会を明記の上、電話・ファックスまたはEメールで、5月10日(木)までにご連絡下さい(氏名にはローマ字表記も添えて下さい)。
* Anyone who is interested in Asian studies may participate in the Conference. Please apply by fax or e‑mail, indicating name, address, nationality, affiliation, specialty, and the symposium or session one wishes to attend by May 10, 2018.

*Registration Fee 会議参加費:4,000 yen (Student: 2,000 yen)
(Participants are requested to pay the registration fee at the information desk.)

*東京会議の歓迎パーティ・関西部会の交歓昼食会 (立食形式) は事前にお申込み下さい。会議登録を済ませた方はどなたでも参加できます。
Welcome party in Tokyo Session and Luncheon party in Kansai Session will be held at the invitation of the Tōhō Gakkai. Any participant who applies in advance can attend.

*「国際東方学者会議紀要」第63冊 (2019年1月刊行予定)は、刊行次第参加者に送呈いたします。
A copy of the proceedings of this Conference, Transactions of the International Conference of Eastern Studies No. LXIII, 2018, when published (around January 2019
), will be sent to each registered participant.

東京会議 (Tokyo Session)
Date: May 19, 2017 (Saturday)
Place: Nihon Kyōiku Kaikan 日本教育会館 (Japan Education Center) (8階)
        2‑6‑2 Hitotsubashi, Chiyoda‑ku, Tokyo 101‑0003(千代田区一ツ橋2-6-2)
        Tel. 03‑3230‑2831
・3 minutes’ walk from ‘A1’ exit of the subway station “Jimbōchō” (Shinjuku, Hanzōmon, and Mita lines). 地下鉄「神保町駅」 (新宿線・半蔵門線・三田線)A1出口徒歩3分。
 ・5 minutes’ walk from ‘1b’ exit of the Tōzai line subway station “Takebashi.” 地下鉄「竹橋」駅(東西線)1b出口徒歩5分。

* 昼食は、ビル内(B1、1階、2階)にレストランがあります。
No reservations may be made for lunch. Participants may have lunch at restaurants on the B1, 1st, and 2nd floors for a reasonable price.

Opening Plenary Session (10:00-10:25 a.m.)
IKEDA Tomohisa 池田知久, President of the Tōhō Gakkai

Congratulatory Message from Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Symposium I:東アジア史を超えて――モノから見た宋元明移行期の海域アジア世界 (Beyond East Asian History: Maritime Asia Viewed from the Flow of Materials in the Sung-Yüan-Early Ming Transition)

Chairperson: IHARA Hiroshi 伊原弘

10:30−10:40 Introductory Remarks by YOKKAICHI Yasuhiro 四日市康博,
         Associate Professor at Rikkyo University

10:40−11:20 Oliver WATSON (UK):New Views: A Middle-Eastern Perspective on
         Islamic-Chinese Trade in the T‘ang-Sung Periods (唐宋期のイスラー
        ム・中国貿易における中東の視点からの新見解) (in English)

11:20−11:50 MORI Tatsuya 森達也 (Japan):貿易陶瓷から見た9世紀から15世紀の
         東西交流 ――ペルシャ湾と琉球列島の比較を通じて (East-West
         Interaction from the Ninth to Fifteenth Centuries as Seen from Trade
         Ceramics: Through a Comparison of the Persian Gulf and the Ryukyu
         Islands) (in Japanese)
Lunch Time

13:00−13:30 KIKUCHI Yuriko 菊池百里子 (Japan):宋元明初の海域交流と東南
         アジア――ベトナム陶磁を中心に (Southeast Asia and Maritime
         Interaction in the Sung-Yüan-Ming China from the Perspective of
         Vietnamese Ceramics) (in Japanese)

13:30−14:00 OGAWA Mitsuhiko 小川光彦 (Japan):海域アジアにおける碇と錨の
         文化圏 (The Cultural Spheres of Wood-stone Anchors, Wooden
         Anchors, and Iron Grapnels in Maritime East Asia) (in Japanese)

14:00−14:30 YAMAUCHI Shinji 山内晋次 (Japan):アジアをつなぐ「硫黄の道」
         (The “Sulfur Road” in Asia) (in Japanese)

14:30−15:10 QIU Yihao邱軼皓 (China): The Horse Riders Involved in the Maritime
        Trade: Continuities and Changes in the Indian Landscape under the
         Mongol Invasions (海上貿易に乗り出す遊牧民たち――モンゴル
         襲来期のインドにおける地勢認識の変容と連続性) (in English)
Coffee Break

15:30−16:10 Comments:
         KOJIMA Tsuyoshi 小島毅: Professor at the University of Tokyo
         TAKATSU Takashi 髙津孝: Professor at Kagoshima University

16:10−17:00 Discussion

秦帝国の誕生――英語圏の研究者との対話 (Birth of the Ch‘in Empire: In Dialogue with Anglophone Researchers)

Chairperson: MOMIYAMA Akira 籾山明, Ex-Professor at Saitama University

10:30−10:40 Introductory Remarks by MOMIYAMA Akira

10:40−11:20 WATANABE Hideyuki 渡邉英幸 (Japan):秦人の自他認識
         (Perceptions of Self and Other by the People of Ch‘in) (in

11:20−12:00 Lothar von FALKENHAUSEN (USA):The Economy of Ch‘in: An
         Archaeological Assessment (考古学から見た秦の経済) (in English)
Lunch Time

13:00−13:40 TAKAMURA Takeyuki 髙村武幸 (Japan):文書行政のはじまり (The
         Beginnings of Document-Based Administration) (in Japanese)

13:40−14:20 YOSHIMOTO Michimasa 吉本道雅 (Japan):『史記』の秦史認識 (The
         Shih-chi’s Perception of Ch‘in History) (in Japanese)
Coffee Break

14:40−15:20 Robin D. S. YATES (Canada):Recent Trends in Western-Language
         Scholarship on the Ch‘in (西欧言語による秦史研究の最新動向) (in

15:20−15:50 Comments:
         UENO Yoshifumi 上野祥史, Associate Professor at the National
             Museum of Japanese History
         TSUCHIGUCHI Fuminori 土口史記, Associate Professor at
             Okayama University

15:50−17:00 General Discussion  

*English translation by ITAHASHI Akiko板橋暁子, Doctoral Student of the University of Tokyo


明末清初研究の新動向Ⅱ――思想・文学・芸術 (New Trends in Research on the Late Ming and Early Ch‘ing Period, II: Thought, Literature, and Art)

Chairperson: ŌKI Yasushi 大木康, Professor at the Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, the University of Tokyo

10:30−10:40 Introductory Remarks by ŌKI Yasushi

10:40−11:20 Lawrence C. H. YIM 厳志雄 (Hong Kong): 錢謙益的「政治」與「文學
         評論」(The Politics and Literary Criticism of Ch‘ien Ch‘ien-i) (in

11:20−12:00 NOMURA Ayuko 野村鮎子 (Japan): 銭謙益『列朝詩集』の編纂過程
         と体例の謎 (Some Enigmas Surrounding the Compilation and
         Arrangement of Ch‘ien Ch‘ien-i’s Lieh-ch‘ao Shih-chi) (in
Lunch Time

13:30−14:10 ARATA Motonori 新田元規 (Japan):学校論の傍流としての黄宗羲
         『明夷待訪録』学校篇 (The “Hsüeh-hsiao” Chapter of Huang
         Tsung-hsi’s Ming-i Tai-fang-lu as a Sub-branch of Theories about
         Schools) (in Japanese)

14:10−14:50 NAKANISHI Tatsuya 中西竜也 (Japan):明末清初の思潮変遷にたい
         めぐる議論の比較から (The Reactions of Chinese Muslims to
         Changing Currents of Thought in the Late Ming and Early Ch‘ing:
         From a Comparison of Discussions about the Diversity of People
         by Wang Tai-yü and Liu Chih) (in Japanese)
Coffee Break

15:10−15:50 FUKUDA Yasunori 福田安典 (Japan):明清小説世界と平賀源内 (The
         World of Ming-Ch‘ing Fiction and Hiraga Gennai) (in Japanese)

16:00−17:00 Discussion

国家と儀礼――東アジアの中の日本古代文化 (The State and Rites: The Culture of Ancient Japan within East Asia)

Chairpersons: ŌTSU Tōru 大津透, Professor at the University of Tokyo
         IWAMI Kiyohiro 石見清裕, Professor at Waseda University

10:30−10:40 Introductory Remarks by ŌTSU Tōru

10:40−11:30 LEI Wen雷聞 (China): 隋唐時期的聚衆之禁――国家与宗教儀式
         関係的一個側面 (The Prohibition of “Assemblies” in the Sui-T‘ang
         Period: One Aspect of the Relationship between the State and
         Religious Rites) (in Chinese)
Japanese translation by CH‘I Hui-chün斉会君,Doctoral Student at Waseda University

11:30−11:55 SENDA Yutaka千田豊 (Japan): 唐代における太子廟 (Temples of
         Heirs Apparent during the T‘ang Dynasty) (in Japanese)
Lunch Time

13:10−13:40 EGAWA Shikibu 江川式部 (Japan):『大唐開元礼』礼目の再検討――
         収載されなかった儀礼を中心に (A Reexamination of the Types of
         Rites in the Ta T‘ang K‘ai-yüan Li: With a Focus on Omitted Rites)
         (in Japanese)

13:40−14:10 ENOMOTO Jun’ichi 榎本淳一 (Japan):『江都集礼』の編纂と意義・
         影響 (The Compilation of the Chiang-tu Chih-li and Its Significance
         and Influence) (in Japanese)
Coffee Break

14:30−14:55 SAKURA Sōtarō 櫻聡太郎 (Japan): 釈奠の年中行事化 (The
         Transformation of the Sekiten Libation into an Annual Event) (in

15:00−15:30 FURUSE Natsuko 古瀬奈津子 (Japan): 摂関・院政期の儀式運営から
         みた天皇と公卿 (The Emperor and Senior Nobles as Seen from the
         Management of Rituals in the Regency and Insei Periods) (in

15:40−16:50 Comments and Discussion:
         TSUJI Masahiro辻正博: Professor at Kyoto University
         MARUYAMA Yumiko 丸山裕美子: Professor at Aichi Prefectural

如来蔵とは何か――如来蔵・仏性思想研究の最前線 (What is Tathāgatagarbha: The Frontier of Research on Tathāgatagarbha and Buddha-nature Thought)

Chairpersons: SAITŌ Akira 斎藤明, Professor at International College for Post-
            graduate Buddhist Studies
         SHIMODA Masahiro下田正弘, Professor at the University of Tokyo

10:30−10:40 Introductory Remarks by SAITŌ Akira

10:40−11:30 SAITŌ Akira 斎藤明 (Japan): 『宝性論』のtathāgatagarbha(如来蔵)
         解釈考 (On the Interpretation of Tathāgatagarbha in the
         Ratnagotravibhāga) (in Japanese)

11:30−12:20 SHIMODA Masahiro下田正弘 (Japan): 仏典における言説の樣相の
         差異と如来蔵思想の解釈 (Differences in Aspects of Discourse in
         Buddhist Texts and the Interpretation of Tathāgatagarbha Thought)
         (in Japanese)
Lunch Time

13:30−14:20 Michael ZIMMERMANN (Germany): A Multi-associative Term: Why
         Tathāgatagarbha Is not One and the Same (マルチ連想語としての
         如来蔵 (tathāgatagarbha)――なにゆえ「如来蔵」の意味と起源は単一
         でないのか) (in English)

14:20−15:10 KANŌ Kazuo 加納和雄 (Japan): 『大般涅槃大経』梵文断片における
         如来蔵の使用例とその再検討 (A Reexamination of the Usage of
         “Tathāgatagarbha” in Sanskrit Fragments of the Mahāparinirvāṇa-
) (in Japanese)
Coffee Break

15:20−16:10 Christopher V. JONES (UK): ‘Dhātu Discourse’: Reassessing the
         ‘Essence’ of Tathāgatagarbha Literature (ダートゥ [dhātu 界] 論説
         ――「本質」 の意味での如来蔵 [tathāgatagarbha] を再評価する) (in

16:10−17:00 Discussion

美術史部会 (Asian Art History)

Chairpersons: NEDACHI Kensuke 根立研介, Professor at Kyoto University
         ITAKURA Masaaki 板倉聖哲, Professor at the University of Tokyo

10:40−11:10 HU Zhihmin 胡智敏 (China): 明時代中期に制作された夏珪様山水
         長巻――フリーア・ギャラリー蔵「江山勝覧図巻」をめぐって (Long
         Landscape Scrolls in the Style of Hsia Kuei Produced in the Mid-
         Ming: Fine Views of Mountains and Rivers Held by the Freer Gallery
         of Art) (in Japanese)  

11:20−11:50 LI Han 李含 (China): 河北省宣化地方・遼時代壁画墓に描かれた陶
         磁器について――張世卿墓を中心として (On Ceramic Ware depicted
         in Mural Tombs of the Liao Period in the Hsüan-hua District, Ho-pei
         Province: With a Focus on Chang Shih-ch‘ing’s Tomb) (in Japanese)
Lunch Time
13:30−14:00 YI Danyun 易丹韻 (China): 初唐における法界仏像の「世界図」に関
         する一考察――莫高窟第332窟の法界仏像をめぐって (An Examina-
         tion of “Depictions of the World” on Statues of the Dharma-realm
         Buddha in the Early T‘ang: On the Dharma-realm Buddha in Cave
         332 of the Mo-kao Grottoes) (in Japanese)  

14:10−14:40 HUANG Pan黄盼 (China): 中国初期仏塔の受容と変容 (The Recep-
         tion of Early Buddhist Pagodas in China and Their Vicissitudes) (in
Coffee Break

15:10−15:40 INABA Satomi 因幡聡美 (Japan): 雲岡石窟第7・8窟におけるデザ
         イン性に関する一考察 (An Examination of the Design of Caves 7
         and 8 of the Yün-kang Grottoes) (in Japanese)

15:50−16:20 ASAMI Ryūsuke 浅見龍介 (Japan): 科学機器による仏像の調査研究
         (The Study of Buddhist Statues with Scientific Instruments) (in

Welcome Party (17:10‑19:00)
(9th Floor, Banquet Room “Asuka” 9階“飛鳥”)

A welcome party will be held in the banquet room “Asuka” on the ninth floor of the Japan Education Center at the invitation of the Tōhō Gakkai.

Date: May 26, 2018 (Saturday)
Place:Kyoto International Community House (Event Hall)

2-1, Toriichō, Awataguchi, Sakyō-ku, Kyoto (京都市左京区粟田口鳥居町2-1)
Tel. 075-752-3010
・6 minutes’ walk from the subway station “Ke’age” on the Tōzai Line (15 minutes from Kyoto Station). 地下鉄東西線“蹴上”駅 (京都駅から烏丸線“烏丸御池”乗換え約15分) 下車、徒歩6分

Opening Address (10:30-10:40)  
KOMINAMI Ichirō 小南一郎, Representative of Kyoto Branch of the Tōhō Gakkai

Lectures (10:40-12:50)
10:40−11:40 Kicengge 承志 (China): ダイチン=グルンの領域拡大と18世紀
         ジューンガル遊牧集団――マンジュ語史料による実態の解明 (The
         Territorial Expansion of the Ch‘ing and Nomadic Groups of the
         Dzungars in the Eighteenth Century: An Elucidation of Their Actual
         Circumstances on the Basis of Manchu Sources) (in Japanese)

11:50−12:50 OKAMURA Hidenori 岡村秀典 (Japan): 雲岡石窟の調査と研究 (The
         Investigation and Study of the Yün-kang Grottoes) (in Japanese)

The two guest speakers will be introduced to the audience by Profs. KIDA Akiyoshi 木田章義, Professor Emeritus of Kyoto University, and INAMOTO Yasuo稲本泰生, Associate Professor at Kyoto University, respectively.

Luncheon Party (13:10−14:20)
A welcome luncheon party will be held in the Special Conference Room (特別会議室) on the 2nd floor of the Community House at the invitation of the Tōhō Gakkai.

 After the luncheon party, participants will visit Shōji-ji Temple勝持寺 in the west of the Kyoto via Ōharano Shrine大原野神社, associated with Murasaki Shikibu 紫式部, by sightseeing bus. It was built by an edict of Emperor Tenmu in 684, but all the buildings except the Niōmon Gate burnt down during the Ōnin war. Because there are many cherry trees, it is also called “Flower Temple.” At the temple participants will be able to view statues of Bhaiṣajyaguru薬師如来, Vajrapāṇi金剛力士, Saigyō西行, etc. After visiting the temple, the party will break up at the JR Kyoto Station around 17:00.

* Shōji-ji Temple勝持寺 (1194 Ōharano Minami Kasuga-chō, Nishikyō-ku, Kyoto京都市西京区大原野南春日町1194)