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  Transactions of the International Conference of Eastern Studies (former title: Transactions of the International Conference of Orientalists in Japan No. I, 1956~No. XXXIX 1994 [ISSN 0538-6012]) records the proceedings of the Conference, which is sponsored annually by the Tōhō Gakkai. The full texts and abstracts of research papers read at the Conference and chairpersons’ reports of the symposiums, paper session, and seminars are included.  

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 No. 60 (Published Jan. 2016)


60th International Conference of Eastern Studies

Opening Address and Congratulatory Message

Research Papers (full texts):

IWAKABE Yoshimitsu (岩壁義光): On the compilation of Japanese emperors’ jitsuroku in modern Japan

PARK Seong Hee (朴晟希): Landscape paintings by Yi Ŭiyang 李義養 in Imitation of a painting by Tani Bunchō谷文晁 and changes in Japan-Korea relations mediated by painting in the early nineteenth century

Other Papers Presented (abstracts):

〈Symposium I〉

KOMINAMI Ichirō (小南一郎): Introductory remarks

HOSHINO Hiroshi (星野紘): Preliminary ceremonies to pray for bountiful harvests at the New Year: A perspective from the Japanese archipelago

PAK Chŏn-ryŏl (朴銓烈): Spring in Korea: Acting as gods and treading down the earth

KOMINAMI Ichirō (小南一郎): Fertility rites in the spring countryside: On the Gaomei 高禖 festival in ancient China

SAITŌ Kimiko (齋藤君子): Bear festivals in western Siberia and related tales

OKUNISHI Shunsuke (奥西俊介): Jesters welcoming spring: On the kūse appearing in celebrations for the start of spring in Iran

〈Symposium II〉

HIZUME Shūji (肥爪周二): Some questions concerning Japanese phonology: A historical approach

FUKUDA Yoshiichirō (福田嘉一郎): Japanese morphology and inflection

ŌTSUKI Makoto (大槻信): The origins of Japanese prose: “Reading” and “writing”

Sven OSTERKAMP: Foreign sources on the history of the Japanese language: Their contribution and limits

〈Symposium III〉

LI Ling (李零): The revolution in the study of the occult: From divination using tortoise shells and yarrow stalks to formulae and selection

KAWAHARA Hideki (川原秀城): Three theories of computational arts: Is Neo-Confucianism the study of computational arts?

KUDŌ Motoo (工藤元男): Commandery and county junior subalterns and the computational arts: A view from “day books” (jih-shu日書)

KONDŌ Hiroyuki (近藤浩之): The techniques of tortoise-shell divination and yarrow-stalk divination considered from peripheral cultures

MINAKUCHI Takuju (水口拓寿): Views of “water quality” in Ming-Ch‘ing geomantic texts

HIRASAWA Ayumu (平澤歩): The structure of Wang Mang’s 王莽 “Tsou ch‘ün-shen wei wu-pu chao” 奏群神為五部兆: On similarities with Liu Hsin’s 劉歆 theory of three concordances

〈Symposium IV〉

NAKAMI Tatsuo (中見立夫): On compiling and printing “veritable records” in modern East Asia

KIM Hyun Young (金炫栄): The system for compiling sillok and its fundamental sources in the Joseon dynasty

NAGASHIMA Hiroki (永島広紀): On the sillok of Korean emperors Gojong 高宗 and Sunjong 純宗 compiled by the Japanese Imperial Household Ministry and Yi royal household

NGUYEN Thi Oanh: The Quốc sử di biên and Đại Nam thực lục

〈Symposium V〉

XU Ziyi (徐子怡): The missing 38 minutes: On the reception of the film adaptation of Murakami Haruki’s 村上春樹 Norwegian Wood in China

SHI Xiaowei (施小煒): Misreading as a strategy: On the reception of Murakami Haruki’s writings in China

QUAN Hui (権慧): “Foreignization” and “domestication” in Chinese and Korean translations of Murakami Haruki’s novels, with a focus on Norwegian Wood

KOYAMA Tetsurō (小山哲郎): A persistent perception of history and a vast world of language

LAI Ming-chu (頼明珠): How is Murakami Haruki being read in Taiwan?

〈Asian Art History Session〉

Gaetan RAPPO: The Shingon master Kūka 空海 as an object of worship: The Aka-dōji 赤童子 hanging scroll in the British Museum and Monkan’s 文観 Sanzon gōgyōhō 三尊合行 ritual

Talia ANDRE: The art of fundraising in medieval Japan: A study of Kiyomizudera sankei mandara 清水寺参詣曼荼羅

ZHANG Jiahui (張嘉慧): On the “original illustrations” of the Daigoji 醍醐寺 version of the illustrated Yin-kuo-ching 因果経

LIN Hui-yi (林慧怡): The concept of Sung “small scene” paintings and its definition

ITAKURA Masaaki (板倉聖哲): Some questions concerning Śākyamuni Coming Forth from the Mountains (Tokyo National Museum) by Liang K‘ai 梁楷

Chairpersons’ Reports:

Symposium I: Spring Festivals (KOMINAMI Ichirō 小南一郎)  

Symposium II: The Present State of Research on the Japanese Language and Related Issues (KIDA Akiyoshi 木田章義)

Symposium III: Computational Arts (Shu-shu) and Intellectual Thought in Ancient China (IKEDA Tomohisa 池田知久)

Symposium IV: “実録/Shilu, Sillok,Thực lục, Jitsuroku /” in Modern East Asia (NAKAMI Tatsuo 中見立夫)

Symposium V: Murakami Haruki in East Asia (FUJII Shōzō 藤井省三)

Asian Art History Session (NEDACHI Kensuke 根立研介)

Lectures at the Kansai Session (abstracts):

RYU Minhwa (柳玟和): The Nihon shoki 日本書紀 and Korean sources: Its potential as a source of linguistic material

KIZU Yūko (木津祐子): Chinese vernacular writing in non-Chinese-speaking regions

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 No. 59 (Published Jan. 2015)


59th International Conference of Eastern Studies

Opening Address and Congratulatory Message

Research Papers (full texts):

Alister INGLIS: Narratological Ambiguity in the Yijian zhi 夷堅志

WU Shuang (呉爽): The Northern Yung-lo 永楽 edition of the Chinese Buddhist canon held by Naritasan 成田山 Library for Buddhism and textiles used in its binding

Other Papers Presented (abstracts):

〈Symposium I〉

SHIZUNAGA Takeshi (静永健): An overview of I-chien chih 夷堅志 studies and the Japanese reception of the I-chien chih

SUE Takashi (須江隆): The I-chien chih as material on social history: Its appeal and a new approach to the study of Sung social history

MATSUMOTO Kōichi (松本浩一): Tales about people who returned from the netherworld

KAWASHIMA Yūko (川島優子): Ming vernacular fiction and the I-chien chih

LIN Song (林嵩): The challenge to and deconstruction of orthodox historiography in the I- chien chih

〈Symposium II〉

SAITŌ Akira (斎藤明): Issues in the translation of Buddhist texts and future prospects: On Tibetan and Chinese translations

Dorji WANGCHUK: Is a bad translation better than no translation? On ‘critical’ translation and critical edition as enterprises of Tibetan Buddhist textual scholarship

FUNAYAMA Tōru (船山徹): A reexamination of the procedures for translating Buddhist texts into Chinese as recorded in “sūtra-translating rituals” in the Fo-tsu t‘ung-chi 仏祖統紀43

Charles MULLER: The making of an “outstanding” translation: Obstacles and solutions

ENOMOTO Fumio (榎本文雄): Some questions concerning the translation of early Indian Buddhist texts into modern Japanese

TAKAHASHI Kōichi (高橋晃一): The current state of the Bauddhakośa project and future issues

〈Symposium III〉

TOKURA Hidemi (戸倉英美): Introductory remarks

LI Lianrong (李連栄): Characteristics of the Amdo version of the Tibetan epic of Gesar

FUJII Mako (藤井真湖): The Mongolian Gesar as seen in connection with Mongolian heroic epic poetry: On the basis of horse metaphors, modes of performance, and other discourse

OKADA Chitose (岡田千歳): The present state of the transmission of the tale of Gesar in northern Pakistan and future issues

OKADA Mitsuhiro (岡田充博): Stories of magic for turning people into donkeys and their dissemination: On stories in the Siddhi-kür and the Tale of Gesar Khan

〈Symposium IV〉

LI Jinxiu (李錦繍): The fate of Sasanian silver coins in Ling-nan 嶺南 during the T‘ang

SAGAWA Eiji (佐川英治): Some historical observations on the T‘ang statutes on arable land: With a focus on the relationship between the equal-field system and the state-farm system

MITANI Yoshiyuki (三谷芳幸): The land-distribution system and the system of provinces and districts: With a focus on the size of land grants

KAMBE Kōsuke (神戸航介): A comparative study of the system of labor service in Japan and T‘ang China through an examination of the statutes on taxation in goods and labor

TAKEI Noriko (武井紀子): The tax system in ancient Japan and ritsuryō laws

〈Asian Art History Session〉

AHN Jaewon (安在媛): The influence of the P‘i-ling 毘陵 school on flower and insect paintings in the Joseon dynasty: Focusing on the screen of flower and insect paintings by Sin Saimdang 申師仁堂 in the National Museum of Korea

ZHAO Xintong (趙心僮): A study of Kanō Sansetsu’s 狩野山雪 landscape paintings: With a focus on his Ten Snow Incidents 十雪図 Folding Screen

QI Hong (漆紅): The “Heaven-and-Earth-Shaped Deer-Tail Fan” 天円地方塵尾扇: On the philosophical background to its origins

RYU Seungjin (柳承珍): Another statue of gigeiten: Gigeiten 技芸天 by Takamura Kōun 高村光雲 and modern Japanese wood carvings in the National Museum of Korea

SUZUKI Hiroyuki (鈴木廣之): The beginnings of Japanese art history and the course of its formation in the Meiji era

〈6th Forum of Japanese and Chinese Scholars on Ancient Chinese History〉

Plenary Session


楼勁 (LOU Jin): “法律儒家化”與魏晋以来的“制定法運動”(The “Confucianization of laws” and the “statute law movement” from the Wei-Jin period)

妹尾達彦 (SEO Tatsuhiko): 人類史和東亞的時期區分 (The periodization of human history and east Asia)

湯開建 (TANG Kaijian): 明韶州同知劉承笵《利瑪傳》的發現、内容及其價値 (The discovery of the Li Ma zhuan by Liu Chengfan, vice magistrate of Mingshao sub-prefecture, and its content and value)

Section I

王彦輝 (WANG Yanhui): 秦漢聚落形態研究――兼議宮崎市定的“中國都市國家論” (A study of the forms of settlements during the Qin and Han, with a discussion of Miyazaki Ichisada’s thesis of the Chinese city-state)

宋艶萍 (SONG Yanping): 論“堯母門”對西漢中後期政治格局以及政治史觀的影響 (The influence of the “gate of Yao’s mother” on the political situation during the middle of the Western Han and on views of the political history of this period)

渡邉義浩 (WATANABE Yoshihiro): “古典中國”的成立和展開 (The formation and development of ‘Classical China’)

王承文 (WANG Chengwen): 漢晉道敎“靜室”與齋戒制度的淵源考釋 (An examination of the “quiet chamber” in Han-Jin Daoism and the origins of system of maigre feasts)

劉屹 (LIU Yi): 道敎“靈寶”傳統的歷史嬗變 (Historical changes in the Lingbao tradition of Daoism)

劉洪波 (LIU Hongbo): 陰陽五行觀念與魏晉南北朝時期禳災、減災 (The notions of Yin, Yang, and the Five Phases (wuxing) and efforts to avert natural disasters by prayers and reduce their effects)

黄壽成 (HUANG Shoucheng): 西魏政權建立之初的宇文泰集團 (Yuwen Tai’s group during the initial founding of the Western Wei régime)

牧角悦子 (MAKIZUMI Etsuko): 中国文學史之近代的劃分――古典之重新評價的意義和界限 (The modern period in the history of Chinese literature)

Section II

氣賀澤保規 KEGASAWA Yasunori): 內藤湖南的分期論及其現代意義 (Naitō Konan’s periodization of China)

李天石 (LI Tianshi): 從身份制度看中國中古社會的變遷 (Changes in early medieval Chinese society as seen in the class system)

梁建國 (LIANG Jianguo): 北宋東京的城市功能集聚與空間拓展――兼論中國古代城市化的階段性與地域性特徴 (Concentration of urban functions and spatial expansion in Dongjing during the Northern Song: With comments on characteristics of the phased and localized nature of urbanization in ancient China)

阿風 (A Feng): 崇士重商――宋代以來徽州人的四民觀 (Revering scholars and valuing merchants: Views of the four classes of people in Huizhou since the Song)

小島毅 (KOJIMA Tsuyoshi): 從思想史看宋代近代史 (The Song dynasty as an early modern period, seen from the history of thought)

陳支平 (CHEN Zhiping): 唐宋變革與明淸實踐――以理學、朱子學爲例 (The Tang-Song transition and Ming-Qing practice: With lixue and Neo-Confucianism as examples)

汪學群 (WANG Xuequn): 試論明代思想的歷史階段特色 (A consideration of characteristics of the historical stage of Ming thought)

韓格平 (HAN Geping): 元人詩序中的元人詩學觀 (Yuan views of poetics as seen in poem prefaces by Yuan writers)

Chairpersons’ Reports:

Symposium I:The World of Hung Mai’s I-chien chih (SHIZUNAGA Takeshi 静永健)

Symposium II: The Translation of Buddhist Texts: On “Outstanding” Translations (SAITŌ Akira 斎藤明)

Symposium III: The Transmission and Present State of the Epic of King Gesar (TOKURA Hidemi 戸倉英美)

Symposium IV: Comparative Research on Control of the Populace under the Lü-ling (Ritsuryō) System (ŌTSU Tōru 大津透)

Asian Art History Session (NEDACHI Kensuke 根立研介)

6th Forum of Japanese and Chinese Scholars on Ancient Chinese History: The Present State of the Periodization of Chinese History (WATANABE Yoshihiro 渡邉義浩)

Lectures at the Kansai Session (abstracts):

ZHANG Xuefeng (張学鋒): The 2013 surveys and excavations of the Yang-chou 揚州 Ts‘ao-chuang 曹荘 tombs and the Nan-ching Shih-tzu-ch‘ung 獅子衝 tombs: Discovery of the tombs of Sui Yang-ti 煬帝 and crown prince Chao-ming 昭明 put into context

TAKAHASHI Bunji (高橋文治): The formation and vicissitudes of goddess temples in Shan-hsi山西

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 No. 58 (Published Jan. 2014)


58th International Conference of Eastern Studies

Opening Address and Congratulatory Message

Research Papers (full texts):

MATSUURA Fumiaki (松浦史明): Inscriptions as indicators of ‘Indianization’

ISHII Tsuyoshi (石井剛): The scientific spirit and the transformation of li理 (principle): The debate about the assessment of Ch‘ing scholarship in the early Republican period

Milosz WOZNY: Depictions of the wandering poet Su Dongpo蘇東坡 in the painting of Soga Shōhaku曽我蕭白

Other Papers Presented (abstracts):

〈Symposium I〉

NAKATANI Hideaki (中谷英明): The momentum behind the rise of Buddhism

Michael WITZEL: Three subsequent, major developments in Vedic thought and religion

MUROJI Yoshihito (室寺義仁): The momentum behind the rise of Mahāyāna Buddhism

KANAZAWA Atsushi (金沢篤): “Origination from the word” in the Vedānta school: With a focus on Śaṅkara’s views

TOMABECHI Tōru (苫米地等流): The question of the origins of Tantrism: Too difficult and too premature

TANEMURA Ryūgen (種村隆元): A consideration of momenta behind the rise of Buddhist Tantrism

〈Symposium II〉

AOYAMA Tōru (青山亨): Introductory remarks: Rethinking the ‘Indianization’ of Southeast Asia

FUKAMI Sumio (深見純生): A reexamination of ‘Indianization’ as seen in Chinese sources

TABATA Yukitsugu (田畑幸嗣): Importation, transplantation, and localization: ‘Indianization’ in the lower Mekong

ONO Kunihiko (小野邦彦):Exploring Java’s ‘Indianization’ through mountain cults

〈Symposium III〉

HINATA Kazumasa (日向一雅): Confucian discourse in the history of commentaries on the Genji monogatari 源氏物語

KŌNO Kimiko (河野貴美子): The Genji monogatari and Chinese terms, Chinese prose, and Chinese works: The language and essence of the Genji monogatari as interpreted by old commentaries

MISUMI Yōichi (三角洋一): The development of old commentaries as seen in Buddhist terminology and Buddhist allusions

OGAWA Takeo (小川剛生): The studies of the Genji monogatari during the Nanbokuchō period: With a focus on Yotsutsuji Yoshinari四辻善成

〈Symposium IV〉

MIZUSHIMA Tsukasa (水島司): The historical transformation of South Indian rural society between the late eighteenth and late nineteenth centuries

KITAMOTO Asanobu (北本朝展) & NISHIMURA Yōko (西村陽子): Criticism of maps: Methodological developments for the rediscovery of Silk Road ruins and the value of sources.

SHIBAYAMA Mamoru (柴山守): The medieval east-west corridor in mainland Southeast Asia: GIS-based mapping toward spatiotemporal analysis

Sulat LERTLUM & Im SOKRITHY: Exploring the east-west corridor through the study of ancient communication tion systems: A new paradigm in GIS-based cultural studies bewteen Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, and Thailand

Elizabeth MOORE: Connecting the communities of the Buddhist landscape in Myanmar along the east-west corridor in GIS-based studies

MATSUBARA Kōsuke (松原康介): The history of urban planning in Middle Eastern cities as seen using a multilayered base map system: Toward war damage reconstruction

〈Symposium V〉

SHIBATA Atsushi (柴田篤): Catholicism and views of life and death in the late Ming: The underpinnings of dialogue between China and the West

AN Taeok (安大玉): “Mathematics is philosophy”: The Chi-ho yüan-pen 幾何原本 and the eastward transmission of Clavius’s mathematical epistemology

LIAO Chao-heng (廖肇亨): The weltbild to be seen in the system of knowledge of early modern Chinese intellectuals: With a focus on Fang I-chih’s 方以智 T‘ung-ya 通雅 and Wu-li hsiao-shih 物理小識

WATANABE Junsei (渡辺純成): Western science and religion in Manchu books published in the first half of the Ch‘ing period

NII Yōko (新居洋子): The translation of Chinese chronicles by Jesuit in China

CHEN Jie (陳捷): The formation of new ‘knowledge’ in the eignteenth century as seen in the Mōshi hinbutsu zukō毛詩品物図考

〈Asian Art History Session〉

PAK Mihŭi (朴美姫): A study of Japan-Korea exchange in painting during the early modern period: With a focus on Kanō Baishō’s 狩野梅笑 Peonies and Stream (牡丹流水 図, National Palace Museum of Korea)

TOKŌ Sayaka (都甲さやか): Wen Cheng-ming’s 文徴明 painting of spring in Chiang-nan: On the Ni Tsan Chiang-nan ch‘un ssu-i t‘u-chüan 倪瓉江南春詞意図巻 (1530)

KIM Chiyŏng (金智英): Korean students at Women's School of Fine Arts and developments in the art of “embroidery” in postwar North and South Korea

YI Chinyŏng (李鎮榮): Images of the twelve divine generals in unified Silla: As part of a study of images of the twelve divine generals in East Asia

HIDA Romi (肥田路美): Aspects of imitation in Buddhist art and its meaning: With reference to Representations of Famous Buddhist Images recovered by Stain

Chairpersons’ Reports:

Symposium I: The Momenta behind Changes in Religious Currents in Ancient and Medieval India (NAKATANI Hideaki 中谷英明)

Symposium II: Rethinking the ‘Indianization’ of Southeast Asia (AOYAMA Tōru 青山亨)

Symposium III: Genji Studies: The Methods of Old Commentaries and Old Records, Chinese Works, Buddhist Scriptures, and Works on Classical Studies (MISUMI Yōichi 三角洋一)

Symposium IV: A New Challenge: GIS-Based Historical Studies on Asia (MIZUSHIMA Tsukasa 水島司)

Symposium V: The Eastward Advance of Western Learning in the 17th- 18th Centuries and East Asia (KAWAHARA Hideki 川原秀城)

East Asian Art History Session (NEDACHI Kensuke 根立研介)

Lectures at the Kansai Session (abstracts):

DAI Yan (戴燕): From Sung-chiang 松江 to Lo-yang 洛陽: On the association of Lu Chi 陸機 and Lu Yün 陸雲 with the unifying dynasty of Western Chin  

ASAHARA Tatsurō (浅原達郎): Reading bamboo slips from the Warring States period for pleasure

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No. 57 (Published Jan. 2013)


57th International Conference of Eastern Studies

Opening Address and Congratulatory Message

Research Papers (full texts):

SAITŌ Teruko (斎藤照子), Monetary reforms in Konbaung Burma: 1800–1850s

SAITŌ Akira (斎藤明), On Akṣayamati’s discussion about whether or not the Mahāyāna was taught by the Buddha

YI Jiyoung (李智英), A study of the Three Indras Painting dated Ch‘eng-hua 成化 19 (1483): On the circumstances of its execution during the reign of Sŏngjong 成宗 of the Joseon dynasty

Other Papers Presented (abstracts):

〈Symposium I〉

HUANG Zheng (黄征) , An overview of yüan-wen 願文 from Tun-huang

GOTŌ Akio (後藤昭雄), The character of Japanese ganmon and the current state of research

KOMINE Kazuaki (小峯和明), Ganmon as a form of “ritual literature”: A view from East Asia

ABE Yasurō (阿部泰郎), The position of ganmon in medieval Japanese Buddhist rites: Ganmon as core religious texts

ARAMI Hiroshi (荒見泰史), The Su-chiang chuang-yen hui-hsiang wen 俗講荘厳迴向文 and transformation texts

〈Symposium II〉

SHIN Hyeon (辛賢), Features of the study of the Confucian classics during the Han 漢: The formation of cosmological “knowledge”

YOSHIKAWA Tadao (吉川忠夫), Aspects of “family learning”

FUNAYAMA Tōru (船山徹), Scholastic Buddhism during the Liang 梁

KOJIMA Tsuyoshi (小島毅), Politics and interpretations of the Confucian canon during the Sung 宋: Differences and similarities between Wang An-shih王安石 and Chu Hsi 朱熹

MIYA Noriko (宮紀子), “Knowledge” in east and west during the Mongol period

MIURA Shūichi (三浦秀一), Imitation and understanding: The substratum of the history of Ming 明 thought as seen in the civil service examinations of 1610

MIZUKAMI Masaharu (水上雅晴), Ch‘ing 清 scholarship and private secretariats: Itinerancy, exchange, and growth

LIAO Chao-heng (廖肇亨), The scholarship of Buddhist intellectuals at turning points in history: A comparison of the Ming-Ch‘ing transition and the Ch‘ing-Republican transition

HIRATA Shōji (平田昌司), Listening to the voice of the people

〈Symposium III〉

Richard von GLAHN, Monetary demand and silver supply in 19th-century China

LI Tana (李塔娜), Early 19th-century downturn and commodity prices in Canton and Southeast Asian ports, 1770s-1830s

SUGAYA Nariko (菅谷成子), Economic life in Spanish Manila in the transitional period, ca. 1780-1820

〈Symposium IV〉

NIU Laiying (牛来穎), T‘ang 唐-Sung period commutation of punishment to fines or confiscation of property and state and local financial administration: A discussion focussing on the T‘ien- sheng Statutes 天聖令

TSUJI Masahiro (辻正博), Exiles and amnesties: With a focus on provisions concerning banishment in the T‘ang penal code

FURUSE Natsuko (古瀬奈津子), Changes in imperial power as seen from a comparison of Sung and T‘ang statutes

ŌTAKA Hirokazu (大高広和), Provisions for naturalization in Japanese and T‘ang legal codes

SAKAUE Yasutoshi (坂上康俊), The comparative study of the Chinese and Japanese land allotment systems and the T‘ien-sheng Statutes

〈Symposium V〉

FUJITA Yoshimichi (藤田祥道), Proof of the authenticity of the Mahāyāna in early Mahāyāna Sūtras and the Mahāyānasūtrālaṃkāra

HORIUCHI Toshio (堀内俊郎), The proof of the authenticity of the Mahāyāna as found in Vasubandhu’s Vyākhyāyukti

ZHANG Wenliang (張文良), Arguments about the authenticity of the Mahāyāna in modern China

KANNO Hiroshi (菅野博史), Tominaga Nakamoto’s 富永中基 theory of supersession in the Shutsujōgogo 出定後語 and its influence

MINOWA Kenryō (蓑輪顕量), Arguments about the authenticity of the Mahāyāna in the Meiji 明治 era: With a focus on Murakami Senshō 村上専精

〈Asian Art History Session〉

Bazazo RAMI, The acquisition of the perspective view in Torii Kiyonaga’s 鳥居清長 works and its connections with Utagawa Toyoharu’s 歌川豊春 works

KIM Jiho (金志虎), The principal image of Taimadera 当麻寺 at the time of the temple’s founding

NAKAMURA Kayo (中村夏葉), The organizational principles underlying the Ākāśagarbha sector in the Genzu Taizō mandara 現図胎蔵曼荼羅

LI Yinguang (李銀廣), The composition of the murals on the south wall of cave 285 of the Mo-kao 莫高 caves at Tun-huang 敦煌 and their religious functions

DONOHASHI Akio (百橋明穂), A reexamination of the history of the Buddhist art of Khotan

〈4th Forum of Japanese and Chinese Scholars on Ancient Chinese History〉

Plenary Session:

池田知久: 日本中国簡帛研究的課題与展望

卜宪群: 新世纪以来中国简帛研究的基本状况

谷中信一: 新時代的疑古与釈古

陈伟: 関于秦文書制度的幾個問題

Section I:

池泽优:中国出土资料与宗教研究――关于 公盨和禹的治水神話   

湯浅邦弘: 先秦兵学的発展   

工藤元男: 《日书》史料的特征   

小寺敦: 地域、文化概念“楚”的成立――以清华简作为线索

竹田健二: 上博楚简《李颂》的文献性质

刘国胜: 江陵岳山秦牘《日書》研究  

李成市: 平壤乐浪地区出土的《论语》竹简

Section II:

大西克也: 秦“書同文”考

藤田勝久: 里耶秦簡与出土資料学

王彦辉: 出土秦汉户籍简的类型及登录内容的演变

福田哲之: 汉简《苍颉篇》研究

邬文玲:天长纪庄汉墓木牍《榬遂致谢孟书》的复原与研究

名和敏光: 馬王堆漢墓帛書《陰陽五行》乙篇的結構和思想

王启发: 从道德正义到政治正义――从张家山汉简《盖庐》看先秦时代兵家思想的一个侧面

Section III:

高凯: 从麻风病的传播蠡测汉唐时期印度佛医对中医的影响――以简帛<五十二病方>、<恶 病大风方>与孙思邈<千金方>为例

町田隆吉: 魏晋、五胡十六国時期的河西出土文献

劉屹: 徳蔵吐魯番双語文書残片Ch/So 10334 (T I α)v的道教内容考釈 

叶炜: 従王光、叱羅招男夫婦墓誌論西魏北周史二題

陈峰: 柳开事迹与宋初士林的豪横之气

肖永明: 对《论语》“今之学者为人”的诠释与宋代儒学的内倾

阿风: 公私“文书”与明代民事诉讼书证探析――以徽州诉讼文书为中心

Chairpersons’ Reports

Symposium I: A Comparison of “Written Prayers” (Yüan-wen / Ganmon) in China and Japan (KIM Moonkeong 金文京)

Symposium II: The Shape of Scholarship: The Foundations of the History of Chinese Thought (KOMINAMI Ichirō 小南一郎)

Symposium III: The “End of a Silver Era” and Southeast Asia: International Trade, Local Monetary Systems, and Agriculture (ŌHASHI Atsuko 大橋厚子)

Symposium IV: Comparative Studies of the T‘ien-sheng Statutes and the Lü-ling System, II: Towards the Compilation of a New Tōrei Shūi 唐令拾遺 (ŌTSU Tōru 大津透)

Symposium V: Rethinking the Debate about Whether of Not the Mahāyāna Was Taught by the Buddha: With Reference to Examples from India, China, and Japan (SAITŌ Akira 斎藤明)

Asian Art History Session (NEDACHI Kensuke 根立研介)

4th Forum of Japanese and Chinese Scholars on Ancient Chinese History: Developments in the Study of Newly Unearthed Chinese Documents (WATANABE Yoshihiro 渡邉義浩)

Lectures at the Kansai Session (abstracts):

Som Dev VASUDEVA, Bhoktṛtva, the Tattvakrama and the Pramātṛbheda: The self as agent in the hierarchy of the reality levels and the seven perceivers  

TŌNO Haruyuki (東野治之), Trends and issues in the study of Japanese names for Japan


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 No. 56 (Published Jan. 2012)


56th International Conference of Eastern Studies

Opening Addresses and Congratulatory Message

Research Papers (full texts):

OKA Mihoko (岡美穂子), Trade consigned to Portuguese in Ayutthaya: From the reign of King Narai to the reign of King Thaisa

YAMAGUCHI Tomoya (山口智哉),Urban development and local elite families in Xinchang 新昌 county, Shaoxing 紹興 prefecture, during the Song 宋 period

INOUE Osamu (井上治), Excavated Mongolian materials of the seventeenth century

Julia SAPIN:,Department-store publicity magazines in early twentieth-century Japan: Promoting products and producing new cultural perspectives

Other Papers Presented (abstracts):

〈Symposium I〉

Dhiravat NA POMBEJRA, Osoet revisited: Women and trading networks in mid-seventeenth century Ayutthaya

ŌTA Atsushi (太田淳), Disconnection and redirection: Port and rural society in Banten and Batavia, c. 1740-1800

TOMITA Aki (冨田暁), West Borneo in the “age of development” and its port states: The founding of Pontianak and maritime Southeast Asia in the late early modern era

〈Symposium II〉

SUE Takashi (須江隆), Obstacles to the study of Song regional history: Can regional character- istics be extracted from local gazetteers and stone inscriptions?

Harriet ZURNDORFER, Meta-narratives of Song dynasty regional society: An historiographical analysis of Western language scholarship since 1950

CHEN Song (陳松), Sources of power under decentralized rule: Elite networks in Sichuan 四川,1070-1250

TOKUHASHI Yō (徳橋曜), A regional state and cities in medieval Italy: The domination of the Republic of Florence and the Florentine elite

Peter K. BOL, Bottom-up and top-down: On local history in Chinese history

〈Symposium III〉

Klaus SAGASTER, The search for Mongolian sources of the 16th-18th centuries: Retrospect and prospect

D. Tserensodnom, The value of historical facts in the biography of Čaqar Gebsi

HAGIHARA Mamoru (萩原守), A philological reexamination of the “1638 (Chongde 崇徳 3) Military Law” held by the National Library of China: The incorporation of Eight Banners Law into Mongolian law during the Qing 清 dynasty

. Čimeddorǰi, The utilization of 17th-century archival sources in Mongolian historical research: The case of early Qing Mongolian history at the Inner Mongolia University

〈Symposium IV〉

K. SANKARNARAYAN, Change and continuity in the relationship between master and pupil: From early Buddhism to the Mahāyāna tradition

SAITŌ Akira (斎藤明), Avalokiteśvara and Īśvara worship

AKAMATSU Akihiko (赤松明彦), Mahāyāna Buddhism and Hinduism: The development of illusionism and its background

MURAKAMI Shinkan (村上真完), Controversies between Buddhism and Indian philosophical schools: On caitanya (spirituality, sentience, or intelligence)

YOSHIMIZU Kiyotaka(吉水清孝), Kumārila’s criticism of (Mahāyāna) Buddhism as seen from the theory of the sources of dharma

EINOO Shingo (永ノ尾信悟), Hindu rituals and Buddhist rituals

〈Symposium V〉

Haruo SHIRANE, Mediated classics and generative commentaries: The case of medieval Japan

TADA Kazuomi (多田一臣), The methodological stance of commentaries: With reference to commentaries on the Man’yōshū 万葉集

ARAKI Hiroshi (荒木浩), The time-space continuum of commentaries: From the perspactive of medieval literature and the study of narrative tales

Robert CAMPBELL(ロバート・キャンベル), Annotating over culture: Notes from “The Iwakura Embassy, 1871-73” 米欧回覧実記

〈Asian Art History Session〉

MAEDA Tamaki (前田環), A preliminary consideration of Naitō Konan’s 内藤湖南 view of art history: Going beyond the confines of the state

ONO Eiji (小野英二), On “ramiform thousand Buddha images”

MA Wei (馬偉), An examination of the two attendant Bodhisattvas of the Śākyamuni Triad in the Main Hall at Hōryūji 法隆寺

KWON Kang-mi (權江美), An inquiry into the iron Buddha statue at Weifang 濰坊Museum, Shandong 山東 .

KASHIMA Masaru (加島勝), A reexamination of the place and date of production of an incense burner with a handle in the shape of a magpie’s tail among the treasures donated by Hōryūji 法隆寺 to the imperial family

Chairpersons' Reports:

HIROSUE Masashi (弘末雅士), Symposium I: Port States in Southeast Asia

IHARA Hiroshi (伊原弘), Symposium II: Images of Regional Society in Song China: Studies of Regional Society under a Centralized Government Administration Controlled by Literary Officials

NAKAMI Tatsuo (中見立夫), Symposium III: The Search for Mongolian Sources of the 16th-18th Centuries

SAITŌ Akira (斎藤明), Symposium IV: Buddhism and Debate: The Development of Mahāyāna Buddhism and Its Background in Terms of Religio-Philosophical History

MISUMI Yōichi (三角洋一), Symposium V: The Future of Commentaries: From the Perspective of Japanese Literature Studies

NEDACHI Kensuke (根立研介), Asian Art History Session

Lectures at the Kansai Session (abstracts):

PENG Lin (彭林), Confucian musical learning and its transformation into philosophy  

SOFUKAWA Hiroshi (曾布川寛), The iconography of artifacts from two sacrificial pits at San-hsing-tui 三星堆

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No. 55 (Published Dec. 2010)


55th International Conference of Eastern Studies

Opening Addresses and Congratulatory Massage

Research Papers (full texts):

NGUYỄN Quốc Mạnh, Óc Eo culture: Materials and observations from Vietnamese achievements from the 1990 to 2010

OLAH Csaba, Sino-Japanese “diplomatic culture” in the Ming 明 period as seen from the Nyūminki 入明記sources

IENAGA Masaki (家永真幸), The Nationalist régime’s building of southwest China and “panda diplomacy”

SATŌ Yukiko (佐藤有希子), An examination of the sūtra pillar of Kṣitigarbha temple in K'un-ming 昆明 city, Yün- nan province

Other Papers Presented (abstracts):

<Symposium I>

HIRANO Yūko (平野裕子), Globalization and localization in the lower Mekong river basin: From a consideration of cultural exchange centering on Óc Eo port site

YAMAGATA Mariko (山形真理子), The globalization and localization of Linyi 林邑: Based on archaeological research on walled cities .

TAWARA Kanji (俵寛司), Tombs in northern Vietnam: The influence and localization of Han 漢 culture based on funerary materials

<Symposium II>

NAKATANI Hideaki (中谷英明), Change of cognition with prapañca (latent desire): The description in the “Aṭṭhaka-vagga” .

Michael ZIMMERMANN, The process of awakening in early texts on Buddha-nature in India

MIYAZAKI Izumi (宮崎泉), The elimination of saṃjñā in chapter XXXII of the Samādhirāja-sūtra

SAKUMA Hidenori (佐久間秀範), Consciousness and the transformation of consciousness for Yogācārins

INAMI Masahiro (稲見正浩), Can we analyze our cognition?

SAITŌ Akira (斎藤明), What is prapañca?: With a focus on the interpretation of the Mādhyamika school

<Symposium III>

HUANG Zhengjian (黄正建), The study of T‘ang 唐-dynasty clothing, food, housing and transport through Japanese sources

TŌNO Haruyuki (東野治之), Sino-Japanese exchange and Ganjin

FUJIWARA Katsumi (藤原克己), The Tale of Genji in the history of Sino-Japanese cultural exchange

ENOMOTO Wataru (榎本渉), The Heian 平安 state and Sung 宋 medicine

<Symposium IV>

IECHIKA Ryōko (家近亮子), The strategic significance of the building of Ssu-ch‘uan 四川 for Chiang Kaishek 蒋介石

LU Xijun (鹿錫俊), Chiang Kaishek’s policy towards Germany: With a focus on his Chungking 重慶 period

LÜ Fang-shang (呂芳上), Chiang Kaishek’s diplomatic trip to India in 1942: A flexible inter- nationalist’s experiences of diplomacy

<Asian Art History Session>

TOMODA Mari (友田真理), Aspects of the representation of wind and rain on pictorial stones of the Han 漢dynasty

XU Dong (許棟), Paintings of Wu-t‘ai-shan 五台山 from Tun-huang 敦煌 during its period of rule by the return-to-allegiance army of the Ts‘ao 曹 family

SŎ Nam-yŏng (徐男英), A reinterpretation of white jade images from Ho-pei 北平

INOUE Kazutoshi (井上一稔), Chōnen 奝然 and the statue of Śākyamuni at Seiryōji 清凉寺

<2nd Forum of Japanese and Chinese Scholars on Ancient Chinese History>

中村圭尔 (NAKAMURA Keiji), 魏晋南北朝的贵族制和地域社会 (The aristocracy and local society in the Wei, Chin, and Northern and Southern dynasties)

李凭 (LI Ping), 论北魏宣武帝朝的儒学传播 (On the spread of Confucian learning during the reign of Hsüan-wu of the Northern Wei)

冻国栋 (DONG Guodong), 试述葛洪的文论及其对二陆的评价诸问题—以《抱朴子》诸篇佚文為 中心 (Questions concerning Ko Hung’s views on literature and his assessment of the two Lus: With a focus on lost passages from chapters of the Pao-p‘u-tzu)

陈长琦 (CHEN Changqi), 六朝贵族与九品官人法 (Aristocrats of the Six Dynasties and the nine-rank system for officials)

小林正美 (KOBAYASHI Masayoshi), 东晋、南朝的“佛教”、“道教”的名称的成立和贵族社会 (Aristocratic society and the establishment of the designations “Buddhism” and “Taoism” in the Eastern Chin and Southern Dynasties)

>楼劲 (LOU Jin), >魏晋子学与思想界 (The study of various schools of philosophy during the Wei and Chin and the world of ideas)

严耀中 (YANG Yaozhong), >关于北魏的尧帝崇拜 (On the worship of Emperor Yao during the Northern Wei)

王启发 (WANG Qifa), 葛洪的道论与魏晋士人的精神生活 (Ko Hung’s theory of the way and the spiritual life of scholar-officials of the Wei and Chin)

刘安志 (LIU Anzhi), 六朝买地券研究二题 (Two issues in the study of land-purchase certificates of the Six Dynasties)

魏斌 (WEI Bin), 《东阳金华山栖志》与南朝名山的生活空间 (The Tung-yang Chin-hua- shan ch‘i-chih and the living environment of famous mountains during the Southern Dynasties)

川本芳昭(KAWAWAMOTO Yoshiaki), 北朝的国家支配与华夷思想 (State rule under the Northern Dy- nasties and civilized / barbarian thought)

卜宪群 (BU Xianqun), 三十年以来中国古代史研究的新趋向 (New trends in the study of ancient Chinese history during the past thirty years)

梁满仓 (LIANG Mancang), 论曹操墓出土的部分文物与历史文献的关系 (On the relationship between partial relics unearthed from T‘ao T‘ao’s tomb and historical works)

胡阿祥 (HU Aziang), 地志勃兴与山水方滋—东晋南朝人口南迁与学术文化变迁转型 (On migration in the Eastern Chin, Sixteen Kingdoms, and Northern Dynasties and its influence)


罗新 (LUO Xin), 北魏皇室制名汉化考 (On the signification of individual designations relating to the imperial household of the Northern Wei)

张军 (ZHANG Jun), 华夷之间:十六国北朝时期北方少数民族―家、族谱系变更现象考论 (Between civilized and barbarian: Northern ethnic minorities during the period of the Sixteen Kingdoms and Northern Dy- nasties―A consideration of the phenomenon of alterations to family and clan lineages)

Charipersons’ Reports:

Symposium I: Globalization through Localization: From a Consider- ation of Recent Archaeological Research on Giao Chi, Linyi, and Funan (HIRANO Yūko 平野裕子)

Symposium II: The Formation of Consciousness and Change of Cog- nition in the Context of Indian Buddhism (NAKATANI Hideaki 中谷英明)

Symposium III: Various Problems in the History of Sino-Japanese Cultural Exchange: Focusing on the Ancient and Medieval Periods (ŌTSU Tōru 大津透)

Symposium IV: Chiang Kaishek’s Building of Southwest China and Foreign Policy (KAWASHIMA Shin 川島真)

Asian Art History Session (NEDACHI Kensuke 根立研介)

2nd Forum of Japanese and Chinese Scholars on Ancient Chinese History (>WATANABE Yoshihiro 渡邉義浩)

Lectures at the Kansai Session (abstracts):

AZUMA Jūji (吾妻重二),
The worship of gods in Confucianism and its characteristics

Haruo SHIRANE, Japan and the culture of the four seasons: Secondary nature and social difference


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 No. 54 (Published Jan. 2010)


54th International Conference of Eastern Studies

Opening Addresses and Congratulatory Message

Research Papers (full texts):


MISE Toshiyuki (三瀬利之), Caste and census administration in British India

Evelyn S. RAWSKI, China’s Relations with Korea and Japan during the Ming-Qing transition

KIM Eun-ah (金銀児), Juxtaposed images of a Buddha and the celestial worthy: With a Focus on T‘ang‑period examples from Pa‑chung 巴中 in Ssu-ch‘uan 四川

Other Papers Presented (abstracts):

〈Symposium I〉

TSUBOI Yūji (坪井祐司), The formation of the concept of “Malay” in British Malaya: The conceptualization of race in the colonial administration

YOSHIDA Makoto (吉田信), Changes in legal population divisions in the Dutch East Indies

IKEDA Kazuto (池田一人), Colonial rule in Burma and the concept of race: The case of Karen

〈Symposium II〉

NAKAMI Tatsuo (中見立夫), Opening remarks: The Qing empire and its neighbors―Myth and reality

Nicola Di COSMO, The principle of tutelage in the formation of the Qing empire

Peter C. PERDUE, Negotiations at Nerchinsk: Russians, Manchus, Chinese, Mongols, Jesuits and others, 1689

HAMASHITA Takeshi (濱下武志), Maritime boundary and coastal defense in China Sea zone: 15th‑19th centuries

〈Symposium III〉

KEGASAWA Yasunori (氣賀澤保規), Introductory remarks: Shan-tung 山東 Buddhist stone carvings and East Asia

LAI Fei (頼非), Early temple ruins in the Shan-tung area and recently discovered Buddhist stone carvings

YAGI Haruo (八木春生), An inquiry into the production of statues in the Lung-hsing ssu 龍興寺 cultural sphere in Ch‘ing-chou 青州: Standing Bodhisattva images of the Northern Ch‘i 北斉

ASAI Kazuharu (浅井和春), Shan-tung Buddhist stone carvings and Paekche 百済 and Asuka 飛鳥 Buddhist statues as seen from an East Asian perspective

TAKASE Natsuko (高瀬奈津子), Buddhist stone carvings in eastern Shan-tung and Shan-tung aristocrats

KIRIYA Seiichi (桐谷征一), Buddhist sūtras carved in stone in western Shan-tung and the monk An Tao-i 安道壹

TAKUMA Nobuyuki (田熊信之), The development of Buddhist sūtra-carving activities in western Shan-tung

〈Symposium IV〉

Christian de PEE, Traffic in words: Urban space and the transformation of textual geographies in Tang-Song China

TAKANISHI Seisuke (高西成介), How did the Chinese people view the ocean?: Speculation based on stories from the Six Dynasties to the Tang Dynasty

KIKUCHI Shigetomo (菊地成朋), Urban development and townscape transformation in modern China

Barend J. ter HAAR, The History of a reading experience: Local people as readers of religious and philosophical texts

YOKKAICHI Yasuhiro (四日市康博), From a Eurasian trade sphere to an intra-Asian trade sphere: The expansion of maritime interchange in the Sung-Yüan period and its subsequent structural change

ZHOU Qiong (周瓊), Interethnic integration and changes in the Yunnan ecosystem during the Qing

〈Symposium V〉

NOMURA Shin’ichi (野村伸一), Avalokiteśvara in hell

TSUTSUMI Kunihiko (堤邦彦), The image of hell in the Edo period: Hell is in this world

TAKASU Jun (鷹巣純), The reception and transformation of paintings of the six realms and ten kings in medieval Japan: The depiction of the ten realms held by Zenrin‑ji 禅林寺

〈Symposium VI〉

LIU Lexian (劉楽賢), A consideration of documents about ghost marriages from the Han-Chin period unearthed at Lo-t‘o-ch‘eng 駱駝城 (camel city): With a focus on the character liang 両 in exorcistical texts of the Wei, Chin, and Northern and Southern Dynasties

TAKESHITA Etsuko (竹下悦子), “Literature” during the Chien-an 建安 Era

ISHII Hitoshi (石井仁), “Decentralization” and the system of Commanders-in-chief (Tu-tu 都督)

KAWAI Yasushi (川合安), The introduction of the nine‑rank system and the formation of an aristocracy

WATANABE Yoshihiro (渡邉義浩), Ts‘ao P‘i’s 曹丕 Tien-lun 典論 and political norms

〈Asian Art History Session〉  

ŌSHIMA Sachiyo (大島幸代), On the circumstances behind the construction of the giant buddha and two cliff‑face images of heavenly kings at Ling‑yün-ssu 凌雲寺, Le‑shan 楽山, Ssu‑ch‘uan 四川

MITA Kakuyuki (三田覚之), Temple treasures of Hōryū‑ji 法隆寺: The textual authority for the erection of a gilt bronze consecration banner and the background to its production

KIM Jong-min (金鍾珉), Hand‑copied sūtras of the early Joseon dynasty

TABAYASHI Kei (田林啓), Northern dynasty murals in cave 192 of Ping‑ling-ssu 炳霊寺 caves

ARIGA Yoshitaka (有賀祥隆), The application of color in painting: With a focus on the use of neutral colors

Chairpersons’ Reports:

Symposium I: Colonial Rule and Notions of Ethnicity (TSUBOI Yūji)

Symposium II: The Qing Empire and Its Neighbors (NAKAMI Tatsuo)

Symposium III: Shan-tung Buddhist Stone Carvings from the Late Northern Dynasties to the Sui-T‘ang Period and East Asia (KEGASAWA Yasunori)

Symposium IV:Changes in Land and Society in China over the Past 1,000 Years: With a Focus on Nature, Landscape, Demography, and Sociocultural Exchange (IHARA Hiroshi 伊原弘)

Symposium V: Japanese Culture Viewed from Hell (MISUMI Yōichi 三角洋一)

Symposium VI:Society and Culture during the Han-Wei Transition (IKEDA Tomohisa 池田知久)

Asian Art History Session (OGAWA Hiromitsu 小川裕充)

Lectures at the Kansai Session (abstracts):

HU Siao-chen (胡暁真), Ethnic/national identity and the literary images of female chieftains in southwest China

HAMADA Masami (濱田正美), The formation of Islamic beliefs in Central Asia and their transmission: From the Aqā‘id by al‑Nasafī to the Sipian yaodao 四篇要道

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 No. 53 (Published Jan. 2009)


53rd International Conference of Eastern Studies

Opening Addresses and Congratulatory Message

Research Papers (full texts):

KUNIYA Tōru (國谷徹): The Indian Ocean network and pilgrimages to Mecca in 19th-century Southeast Asia

CH'IU Han-ni (邱函妮): Urban images and modernity in modern Taiwanese art

Other Papers Presented (abstructs):

Symposium I

ARAI Kazuhiro (新井和広): Merchants or religionists?: The history of Arab immigrants in Southeast Asia

OISHI Takashi (大石高志): Indian Muslim merchants and Southeast Asia: The local connections of a wide area network and their historical transformation

Omar FAROUK: The Arab clan network in the Indian Ocean

SUGAWARA Yumi (菅原由美): The Indian Ocean network as seen in the expansion of Islam publishing

Symposium II

MENG Yanhong (孟彦弘),: Fu‑pai 副白 and Lu-pai 録白 of the T‘ang 唐-dynasty kuo-so 過所 and the meaning of kuo‑so

OKANO Makoto (岡野誠): The T‘ien‑sheng Statutes 天聖令 and the legal history of the T‘ang, Five Dynasties, and Sung 宋

YOSHINAGA Masafumi (吉永匡史): A comparative study of the “Statutes on Barriers and Markets” in Japan and T'ang and Sung China

TAKEI Noriko (武井紀子): A comparative study of the “Statutes on Official Storehouses” in Japan and T‘ang and Sung China

ENOMOTO Jun’ichi (榎本淳一): Questions concerning the buying and selling of slaves in T‘ang China and Japan as seen from the T‘ien-sheng Statutes

Symposium III

TANAKA Issei (田仲一成): The relative nature of urban and rural literary arts in the early modern period: Observations focusing on drama

HIROTA Ritsuko (廣田律子): Religious ritual and dramatic performance: The case of Yao people in Hu-nan 湖南province

TAO Siyan (陶思炎): The “Dance of the Five Furies”(跳五猖) and “Festival of the Great King”(大王会) in Kao-ch‘un 高淳, Nanking

TAKAHASHI Bunji (高橋文治): No Drama 儺儀 and the Tale of Ma Tsai‑hsing and His Seven Wives 馬再興七姑伝

KOMINAMI Ichirō (小南一郎): The “Legend of White Snake”(白蛇伝) and Hang‑chou 杭州 during the Sung

OKI Yasushi (大木康): The literary activities of Feng Meng-lung 馮夢龍 and Su‑chou 蘇州 in the late Ming 明

FUJINO Naoko (藤野眞子): The development of Peking Opera and regional drama in Shanghai during the Republican Period

Symposium IV

Sarah ALLAN: “Tien”天 and “Shang-ti” 上帝 in pre-Han 漢 China

IKEDA Tomohisa (池田知久): Correspondences between Heaven and the human realm and "tzu-jan"自然

WATANABE Yoshihiro (渡邉義浩): Religious rites of Heaven in the Former and Later Han and the Theory of Six Heavens

IKEDA Shūzō (池田秀三): The study of rites in the Former and Later Han and Cheng Hsuan’s 鄭玄 Theory of Six Heavens

MIURA Kunio (三浦國雄): “Heaven” in Taoism: With a focus on the “Heavenly Emperor”(T‘ien-ti 天帝) in the Early Way of the Celestial Master

Symposium V

ENOMOTO Fumio (榎本文雄): Fundamental terms of early Buddhism: Problems in translation

SAKO Toshio (佐古年穂): Abhidharmic concepts in translation: Problems and perspectives

KATSURA Shōryū (桂紹隆): Key terms of the Buddhist epistemological tradition: Problems in modern translation

SAITŌ Akira (斎藤明): Tibetan translation: Characteristics and problems

OKAYAMA Hajime (丘山新): Appearance or substance?: A controversy on how to translate the Buddhist canon into Chinese

Kenneth K. TANAKA: Topics on English translation of Chinese and Japanese Buddhist scriptures: With a focus on Shin Buddhist terms and concepts

Charles MULLER: Translation and textual research through the combined usage of digital canons and digital lexicons: Applications of the digital dictionary of Buddhism

Asian Art History Session

NARAYAMA Mitsuteru (楢山満照): Representations of immortals and sages on stone gate-towers of the Han dynasty in Ssu-ch‘uan 四川: Their functions and the intentions of their erectors

Hans Bjarne THOMSEN: Listening to China: Minshingaku 明清楽 and music paintings of the Edo 江戸 period

ANDŌ Fusae (安藤房枝): Changes in the representation of Maitreya as a bodhisattva with pendant legs crossed at the ankles during the Northern Wei 北魏

KIKUCHI Toshiko (菊地淑子): On ritual, worshippers, and the program of ornamental elements in Cave 217 at Tun-huang 敦煌

SU Chia-ying (蘇佳瑩): On transformation tableaux of the Buddha of blazing light in China

KASUYA Makoto (加須屋誠): Some questions concerning the Paintings of the Six Realms held by Shōju Raigōji 聖衆来迎寺

Chairpersons’ Reports:

Symposium I: Islam in Modern Southeast Asia and the Indian Ocean Network (KUNIYA Tōru)

Symposium II: Comparative Studies of the T‘ien-sheng Statutes and the Lü-ling 律令 System (OTSU Tōru 大津透)

Symposium III: Cities and Villages in Early Modern Chinese Literary Arts (KOMINAMI Ichirō)

Symposium IV: The Culture of “Heaven” in the Former and Later Han: In Collaboration with the History of Thought and History (IKEDA Tomohisa)

Symposium V: Past, Present, and Future in the Translation of Buddhist Texts: Towards the Creation of a Standard Japanese-English Glossary (SAITŌ Akira)

Asia Art History Session (OGAWA Hiromitsu 小川裕充)

Lectures at the Kansai Session (abstructs):

FUNAYAMA Tōru (船山徹): Scholastic Buddhism at Nalanda and Kamalaśīla’s theory of knowledge

SANG Bing (桑兵): The limits of source material for modern history and the integrity of historical studies

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No. 52 (Published Dec. 2007)


The 52nd International Conference of Eastern Studies

Opening Addresses and Congratulatory Message

Research Papers (full texts):

Joachim GENTZ : Close(d) reading of the Chunqiu: 春秋 strategies of producing meaning in the Gongyang zhuan
公羊伝

Kenneth POMERANZ : Region and world in economic history: The early modern/modern divide

IKEGAMI Hiroko (池上裕子): The Japanese exhibition house in the Museum of Modern Art, New York: Shofuso 松風荘 and the Japan boom in postwar America

Other Papers Presented (abstracts):

Symposium I

NOMA Fumichika (野間文史): The Ch‘un-ch‘iu shih-yü 春秋事語 and the Tso-chuan 左伝

IWAMOTO Kenji (岩本憲司): From “meaning” to “events”: The emergence of the Tso-shih chuan 左氏伝

TANAKA Masami (田中麻紗巳): The Ku-liang 穀梁 commentary on the Ch‘un-ch‘iu during the Han 漢 dynasty

WATANABE Yoshihiro (渡邉義浩): The three commentaries on the Ch‘un-ch‘iu and state affairs during the Former and Later Han 漢

Symposium II

IWAI Shigeki (岩井茂樹): Developments in trade and trade theory in the Ming 明 and Ch‘ing 清

OKAMOTO Takashi (岡本隆司): “Tribute,” “trade,” and the maritime customs system in 16-19th century China

LIU Shiuh-feng (劉序楓): “Tribute” or “trade”?: From the perspective of maritime East Asia during the Ch‘ing

SAKURAI Yumio 桜井由躬雄: A Chinese kingdom in the Southern Sea in the 18th century: On the Kang Kao port-kingdom 港口国

YANAGISAWA Akira (柳沢明): The formation of a “trade system” in the Chinese interior and its characteristics: With a focus on Sino-Russian trade

Symposium III

TANIMOTO Masayuki (谷本雅之): From peasant economy to urban agglomeration: Another path to industrializa- tion in early modern/modern Japan

YOSHIZAWA Seiichiro (吉澤誠一郎): Japanese scholars on Chinese economic history and the question of industrialization

FURUTA Kazuko (古田和子): Information as the fourth factor: Merchants, state, and economy in the late Chinese empire

KATO Hiroshi (加藤博): The transition from pre-modern to modern in the Middle East: In case of Egypt

MIZUSHIMA Tsukasa (水島司): Market and non-market oriented development and the transformation of eighteenth-century South India

KURODA Akinobu (黒田明伸): Asymmetric coexistence between the Asian empires and the European nation- states: A monetary viewpoint

Symposium IV

KUMEKAWA Mitsuki (粂川光樹): The discoveries of landscape in the late Meiji 明治 period

Peter McMILLAN: Landscape in poetry and painting: A comparison of the Hyakunin isshu and Western paintings

MORI Asao (森朝男): The gaze of the gods and the gaze of beholders of the gods: The genesis of landscape in ancient Japanese literature

TAKAHASHI Bunji (高橋文治): Landscape and time in women’s writing of the Heian period: On the “Maboroshi”幻 chapter in the Genji monogatari 源氏物語

Symposium V

Hoyt Cleveland TILLMAN: A frog in a well surveys the heavens: Reflections on Confucianism from a remote space

Richard von GLAHN: Multiple currencies and the formation of regional monetary circuits in East Asia, 12th-14th centuries.

HONDA Osamu (本田治): Development and migration in coastal Ming-chou明州 during the Sung 宋

NAKAJIMA Gakusho (中島楽章): Legal protection of the property of common descent groups from the Sung to the Ch‘ing

HOKARI Hiroyuki (帆刈浩之): Survival strategies in southern China: Homeland union, charities and medicine

Symposium VI

NAGATSU Kazufumi (長津一史): A genealogy of sea routes: Continuity and reorganization of maritime networks in Southeast Asia

François GIPOULOUX: Maritime Asia and maritime history studies, 1600-2000: Asia and China at the core of two periods of globalization

Ulises GRANADOS QUIROZ: The South China Sea and its coral reefs during the Ming and Qing: Levels of geographical knowledge and political control

BAO Maohong (包茂紅): Maritime Asia: A summary of environmental history

TSURU Yasuko (都留康子): Reflections on maritime delimitation dispute in the East China Sea

Asian Art History Session

Francesca Romana MAROCCHINO: The Fudo riyaku engi emaki 不動利益縁起絵巻 and the Miidera 三井寺

IDEMITSU Sachiko (出光佐千子): “True view paintings” by Ike no Taiga 池大雅: Broadening the definition of shinkeizu 真景図

WANG Yuanlin (王元林): Creating double space in picture space: With reference to screen paintings within other paintings

MITA Takaaki (見田隆鑑): A study of a bodhisattva image discovered in the underground crypt at Fa-men-ssu 法門寺, Shan-hsi 陝西 province: Focusing on a reinterpretation of the Vidyarajas on the pedestal

Hillary PEDERSEN: The Jingoji 神護寺 Godai Kokuzo Bosatsu 五大虚空蔵菩薩 sculptures and shifts in ninth century ritual practices

NEDACHI Kensuke (根立研介): The periodization of the history of Japanese sculpture as seen from sculptors of Buddhist statues

Chairpersons’ Reports:

Symposium I: Rivalry Surrounding the Three Commentaries on the Ch‘un-ch‘iu during the Former and Later Han (IKEDA Tomohisa 池田知久)

Symposium II: From “Tribute” to “Trade” (MURAKAMI Ei 村上衛)

Symposium III: Diversified or Independent?: Locating Asia in Global History (MIZUSHIMA Tsukasa 水島司)

Symposium IV: Discoveries of Landscape in Japanese Literature (KUMEKAWA Mitsuki)

Symposium V: Continuity and Discontinuity in Chinese Society: Theory and Practice (IHARA Hiroshi 伊原弘)

Symposium VI: Maritime Asia and Maritime History Studies: 1600-2000 (HAMASHITA Takeshi 濱下武志)

Asian Art History Session (OGAWA Hiromitsu 小川裕充)

Lectures at the Kansai Session (abstracts):

AKAMATSU Akihiko (赤松明彦): How is a neutral position possible?: The world view of Jainism

PARK Seong-jong (朴盛鍾): The idu 吏読 method of writing Korean

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 No. 51 (Published Dec. 2006)


The 51st International Conference of Eastern Studies

Opening Addresses and Congratulatory Message

Research Papers (full texts):

WU Liyu (呉麗娯): 唐代的皇帝喪葬與山陵使 (T ‘ang dynasty imperial burials and the Shan-ling shih)

YAMAMOTO Masaaki (山本正昭): The periodization of stone gusuku : An approach from structural remains

HUANG Li-yün (黄立芸): A comparative study of bird-and-flower paintings in Japan and China: With a focus on paintings of hawks

Other Papers Presented (abstracts):

Symposium I

KRADIN, Nikolay K.: The Mongol empire and the debates on the nomadic state origins

SHIRAISHI Noriyuki (白石典之): A survey of the Avraga palace site: In search of the background
to the growth of Chinggis Khan’s power

MURAOKA Hitoshi (村岡倫): Chinggis Khan’s military base in western Mongolia: From a field
survey of the Khalzan Shireg site

Symposium Ⅱ

IWAMI Kiyohiro (石見清裕): On funeral ceremonies for T‘ang 唐 officials

INADA Natsuko (稲田奈津子): Rites of mourning and burial for emperors during the Nara 奈良 period: With reference to the Ta-T‘ang Yüan-ling-li chu 大唐元陵儀注

HORI Yutaka (堀裕): Mourning and obsequies for ancient emperors and their norm
consciousness: Centering on the Buddhist ceremonial events

TETSUNO Masahiro (鉄野昌弘): Man’yoshu 万葉集 elegies and funeral rites

Symposium Ⅲ

HARRISON, Paul: On authors and authorities: Reflections on sutra and sastra in Mahayana Buddhism, with special reference to the Siksamuccaya

WATANABE Shogo (渡辺章悟): The end of dharma and the emergence of Mahayana Buddhism: The case of the Prajnaparamita-sutras

SAITO Akira (斎藤明): The Madhyamika’s discussion on the topic: Whether or not the Mahayana was taught by the Buddha

YAMABE Nobuyoshi (山部能宜): The paths of sravaka and bodhisattva with regard to their meditative insight

ZIN, Monica: Ajanta paintings and Mahayana Buddhism

Symposium Ⅳ

LAMOUROUX, Christian: The Song 宋 court landscape: Historical writing and the making of the political space

ICHIKI Tsuyuhiko (市来津由彦): The recognition of the “people” as subjective agents: The imagined landscape created by the doctrines of Neo-Confucianism

I Lo-fen (衣若芬): Yü-chien’s 玉澗 “Eight Views of the Hsiao-Hsiang”(瀟湘八景) prior to being brought to Japan: A study of the San-chiao ti-tzu 三教弟子 seal

WEST, Stephen: Song gardens, Song cities: Habitus and the customary body

Symposium Ⅴ

KAMEI Meitoku (亀井明徳): Changes in the form of the ceramic trade in Old Ryukyu 古琉球

OKAMOTO Hiromichi (岡本弘道): Diplomacy and trade in Old Ryukyu and Chinese networks

UEZATO Takashi (上里隆史): The formation of the port city of Naha 那覇 and Asia’s maritime world

Symposium Ⅵ

WATANABE Yoshihiro (渡邉義浩): Rites and precedents in the Later Han 後漢

HORIIKE Nobuo (堀池信夫): Ch‘üan 権 as exceptional directions given to the rites (li 礼) in the Han dynasty

WANG Qifa (王啓発): The “Wang-chih p‘ien” 王制篇 of the Li-chi 礼記 and the thought behind ancient state law

HACHIYA Kunio (蜂屋邦夫): Cheng Hsüan’s 鄭玄 commentary on the I-li 儀礼 and Hattori Unokichi’s 服部宇之吉 Girai teichu hosei 儀礼鄭注補正

IKEDA Shuzo (池田秀三): Distinctive qualities of Cheng Hsüan’s 鄭玄 scholarship

Asian Art History Session

YANO Akiko (矢野明子): Developments in gold-green composition in bird-and-flower folding screens in gold and green of the Kano 狩野 school

YANG Xiaojun (楊 効俊): The Buddhist-oriented culture of the Wu-Chou 武周 Ch‘ang-an
長安 period as seen in the Seven Treasure Tower

OH Youngsam (呉 永三): The “Eight Views of the Hsiao-Hsiang”(瀟湘八景): Focussing on the relationship between specific and generalized landscape painting

HIGUCHI Tomoko (樋口とも子): A study of Kim Huan-ki’s 金煥基 “Women with Jars”: A paradise painted in wartime

USHIROSHOJI Masahiro (後小路雅弘): The modern art of Southeast Asia and Gauguin

Chairpersons’ Reports:

Symposium I: New Perspectives on the Study of the Mongol Empire, MAEKAWA Kaname (前川要)

Symposium Ⅱ:Kingship and Funeral Rites in Ancient East Asia, OTSU Toru (大津透)

Symposium Ⅲ:“Mahayana” Buddhism: Its Images Virtual and Real, from Sutras to Sastras, SAITO Akira (斎藤明)

Symposium Ⅳ:The Reconstructing the Images of Chinese History: Time, Spaces, and Landscape, IHARA Hiroshi (伊原弘)

Symposium Ⅴ:The Ryukyu琉球Kingdom in the Age of Commerce: From Proto-Emporium to Emporium, WATANABE Miki (渡辺美季)

Symposium Ⅵ:Developments in the I-li 儀礼, Chou-li 周礼, and Li-chi 礼記 during the Former and Later Han, IKEDA Tomohisa (池田知久)

Asian Art History Session, OGAWA Hiromitsu (小川裕充)

Lecture at the Kansai Session (abstract):

SUGIYAMA Masaaki (杉山正明): The world maps in the Mongol period


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