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No. 66 (Published Dec. 2022)

66th International Conference of Eastern Studies
Opening Address and Congratulatory Message

Research Papers (full texts):
ZHANG Xuefeng 張学鋒: Medieval metropolis in East Asia

MAEDA Kana 前田佳那: The establishment of Yen Wen-kuei’s 燕文貴 landscape paintings in the capital city of K‘ai-feng in the early Northern Sung: From the perspective of the eunuch Liu Ch‘eng-kuei 劉承規

Other Paper Presented (abstracts):
〈Symposium I〉
SATAKE Yasuko 佐竹保子: “Philosophy” and “emotion” in metaphysical poetry and landscape poetry

SAITŌ Mareshi 斎藤希史: Reverie and nature: With a focus on the Eastern Chin

KOMINAMI Ichirō 小南一郎: What did T‘ao Yüan-ming 陶淵明 see on south mountain?

DŌZONO Yoshiko 堂園淑子: Nature and enlightenment: The poems “An Outing to Mount Lu” and “An Outing to Stone Gate” by Hui-yüan 慧遠 and others and Hsieh Ling-yün’s 謝霊運 landscape poetry

NAKANISHI Hisami 中西久味: On the emergence of landscape poetry and the reception of Buddhism

MURATA Mio 村田みお: Numinosity and image in Buddhist painting and landscape painting of the Six Dynasties

LIU Yuan-ju 劉苑如: Research on Six Dynasties landscape poetry in China: Focusing on Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Singapore

〈Symposium II〉
SASAKI Megumi 佐々木愛: What is Confucian society? Towards a comparison of East Asian countries in the early modern period

TOYOSHIMA Yuka 豊島悠果: “Confucianization” in early modern Korea and the family

YOSHIDA Yuriko 吉田ゆり子: “Confucianization” in early modern Japan and the family

JO Ho-yeon 趙浩衍: The family, kinship, and “Confucianization” in early modern Vietnam: Confucianization and village and gender order as seen in Vietnamese genealogies

〈Symposium III〉
SAKAUE Yasutoshi 坂上康俊: Restoring the arrangement of articles in T‘ang statutes on official correspon-dence: With a focus on provisions regarding the tieh

AKAGI Takatoshi 赤木崇敏: The general format of Chinese-language official documents from the T‘ang to Yüan periods and changes in their format

CHEN Liping 陳麗萍: Delving into the origins of the Chang 張 clan of Tun-huang: A match in BD15411 + P. 2625

KAWAJIRI Akio 川尻秋生: Imperial edicts: Senji 宣旨 and rinji 綸旨

TESHIMA Daisuke 手嶋大侑: On warrants of appointment in the Heian period

KOJIMA Michihiro 小島道裕: On questions about the position of seals on documents

〈Symposium IV〉
ZHU Yanshi 朱岩石: The establishment and maturation of new plans for palaces in the Han-Chin period

MUKAI Yūsuke 向井佑介: Changes in the burial system from the Han to Chin periods: Questions concerning large tombs of the Ts‘ao Wei discovered in recent years

MORISHITA Shōji 森下章司: The character of stone tablets unearthed at T‘sao Ts‘ao’s 曹操 mausoleum and the Ts‘ao Wei tomb at Hsi-chu-ts‘un西朱村 in Lo-yang

OKAMURA Hidenori 岡村秀典: The transformation of rules for chariots and carriages in the Han-Chin period

KOBAYASHI Satoshi 小林聡: Developments in dress regulations in the Han-Chin period: With a focus on the spread of the system of court dress

〈Symposium V〉
SAITŌ Akira 斎藤明: On Chinese and Tibetan translations of Buddhist texts

KAWASAKI Yutaka 川﨑豊: Equivalents of the Seventy-five Elements in Pāli texts up to the works of Buddhaghosa

MUROJI Yoshihito 室寺義仁: The Buddha’s mind (great compassion) and the practitioner’s mind

TAKAHASHI Kōichi 髙橋晃一: Bauddhakośa: Multilingual dictionaries and the dictionary modules of the text encoding initiative
ISSHIKI Daigo 一色大悟: The history of research on the Seventy-five Elements

MIYAZAKI Izumi 宮崎泉: The classification and definition of elements in the *Madhyamakapañcaskandhaka

YOKOYAMA Takeshi 横山剛: On the role and functions of systems of elements: Observations based on the *Madhyamakapañcaskandhaka

〈Asian Art History Session〉
KIM Gina 金池娜: Rationalizing Nihonga 日本画: Images of machines, labor, and technology for visualizing the industrial state of Manchukuo (1932–1945)

Haely CHANG : Famous mountains captured in photographs and paintings: Modern landscape painting in an age of photography as seen in the photographs and paintings of the Diamond Mountains by the Tokuda 徳田 brothers

HU Haoran 胡皓然: A study of the Shui-ch‘üan 水泉 caves in Ho-nan province

WANG Shu 王姝: On the styles of the crowns and garments seen in Eastern Wei and Northern Ch‘i images of a pensive figure beneath two trees

ZHANG Mengying 張夢頴: The influence of Ch‘an 禅 culture on artistic expression in the literati culture of China: With reference to “dead trees”

SANO Midori 佐野みどり: The structure told by large narrative paintings: On local character

Chairpersons’ Reports:
Symposium I: Philosophy and Nature: The Formation of Six Dynasties Landscape Poetry (KOMINAMI Ichirō)

Symposium II: Various Forms of “Confucianization” and Gender Norms in Early Modern East Asia (KOHAMA Masako 小浜正子)

Symposium III: The Possibilities of Comparative East Asian Diplomatics (MARUYAMA Yumiko 丸山裕美子)

Symposium IV: Archaeological Research on the Han-Chin Transition (OKAMURA Hidenori)

Symposium V: Will Buddhist Thought Be Reborn? A Summing-up of the Bauddhakośa Project (SAITŌ Akira)

East Asian Art History (ITAKURA Masaaki 板倉聖哲)

Lectures at the Kansai Session (abstracts):
Erika FORTE: The eight protectors in Tun-huang: The Khotanese Kingdom’s avatars in a Chinese visual context

INAMOTO Yasuo 稲本泰生: The significance of Chinese inscriptions unearthed at Bodh Gayā and trends in Chinese Buddhist art in the 10th to-11th centuries

List of Speakers


No. 65 (Published Dec. 2021)

65th International Conference of Eastern Studies
Opening Address and Congratulatory Message

Research Papers (full texts):
BABA Norihisa 馬場紀寿: Greatness or heresy?: Pāli dscourse on Vetulla / Vetulya as the Mahāvihāra’s response to the Mahāyāna

SHAN Dan 單單: The Album of Daoist and Buddhist Theme (Cleveland Museum of Art): An examination of its contents and stylistic features

Other Paper Presented (abstracts):
〈Symposium I〉
KAWAHARA Hideki 川原秀城: Shu-shu studies: The paradox of numbers and the I-ching

TAKAHASHI Ayano 髙橋あやの: Shu-shu and astronomical cosmology in the Han period

HIRASAWA Ayumu 平澤歩: A preliminary consideration of the process whereby texts change: With reference to the Hung-fan wu-hsing chuan

SASAKI Satoshi 佐々木聡: The compilation of astronomical and wu-hsing divination works in dynastic China and book-banning polices

MINAKUCHI Takuju 水口拓寿: Combining Confucian studies, shu-shu, and fang-chi: The achievements and failure of Chu Chen-heng’s Feng-shui wen-ta

TANAKA Yūki 田中有紀: Is Chinese music a form of shu-shu studies?: An analysis of I-ching-based diagrams in Chiang Yung’s Lü-lü hsing-i and Lü-lü ch‘an-wei

CHANG Che-chia 張哲嘉: The challenges faced by Chinese astrology and its strategic transformation since the May Fourth Movement

〈Symposium II〉
NAGASE Yumi長瀬由美: The reception of Po Chü-i’s “Ts‘e-lin” in the Heian period

TAKIGAWA Kōji 滝川幸司: On the prose of imperial decrees: Imperial decrees and responses containing the word akō

YAMAMOTO Mayuko 山本真由子: Sugawara no Fumitoki’s prefaces to Sinitic and Japanese poems

SONG Han 宋晗: The world of “personal accounts”: The reception of mid-T‘ang ancient-style prose based on parallel prose

MIKI Masahiro 三木雅博: How was the Sinitic world of the lower classes related to the Sinitic world characteristic of the Honchō monzui?: With reference to its common character and local character

〈Symposium III〉
MORIKAWA Tomoko 守川知子: An Armenian merchant family from New Julfa in Isfahan under the Safavid empire: A case study of the Valijanian family

UENO Masayuki 上野雅由樹: Cooperation against the “religion of the Pope”: The Ottoman empire and the Armenian patriarchs of Istanbul in the eighteenth century

AKIYAMA Shingo 秋山晋吾: Across the Carpathian mountains: Transylvanian Armenians and Moldova in the 18-19th centuries

SHIMADA Ryūto 島田竜登: Persian, Armenian, and Dutch merchants in the trade between India and Siam during the early modern period

Kristine KOSTIKYAN: Armenian merchants in Armenia in the early modern period

YOSHIMURA Takayuki 吉村貴之: The Abgaryan family in Japan between the two world wars

〈Symposium IV〉
SEO Tatsuhiko 妹尾達彦: The ninth century as a turning point in history: The formation of urban society in the east city of Ch‘ang-an

HAYASHI Miki 林美希: The armies of inspired strategy and the emperor’s personal treasury during the T‘ang

SAITŌ Shigeo 斉藤茂雄: Former subjects of the Second Türkic Khaganate and the An-Shih Rebellion

TAKASE Natsuko 髙瀬奈津子: On the families of eunuchs during the T‘ang period and their burial sites

KŌCHI Haruhito 河内春人: Regional powers in T‘ang China and the countries of East Asia after the An-Shih Rebellion

NIIMI Madoka 新見まどか: The collapse of the Wang régime in Ch‘eng-te and the founding of the Later T‘ang by the Sha-t‘o

〈Symposium V〉
Paul HARRISON: The rhetorical uses of complexity in Mahāyāna sūtras

HONJŌ Yoshifumi 本庄良文: From Abhidharma Buddhism to “Mahāyāna” Buddhism: From the viewpoint of interpreta-tions of the scriptures

SAITŌ Akira斎藤明: The Indian Mādhyamika and Yogācāra schools: Rethinking their differences and the background to these differences

TAKAHASHI Kōichi 髙橋晃一: The Bodhisattvapiṭaka and Śrāvakapiṭaka in the Yogācāra school

FUJII Jun 藤井淳: Problems in research on early Indian Mahāyāna Buddhism as seen from Chinese doctrinal classifica-tions: With a focus on “Bodhisattva vehicle,” “Buddha vehicle,” and “great vehicle”

〈Asian Art History Session〉
Gina J. CHOI: Making landscapes in fifteenth-century Japan and Korea: Chinese painting models from the shogunal and princely collections

SHIN Ryega 申麗嘉: A comparison of Hayami Gyoshū’s Karubo (Korean Ladies of the Night) and Tsuchida Bakusen’s Heishō (Daybed): Their differing perceptions of female figures

FU Enhao 付恩浩: The twin-niche motif at the Mai-chi-shan grottoes and the Lotus Samādhi meditation

MA Geyang 馬歌陽: An examination of statues of heavenly kings unearthed in Ch‘eng-tu

Daniel BORENGASSER: Two perspectives on Rengeōin’s Thousand-Image Hall

SARAI Mai 皿井舞: Spatial ornamentation in the Phoenix Hall at Byōdōin

2nd International Folum for the Study of Chinese Culture〉
Plenary Session
王 啓發 (WANG Qifa): 元代呉澄對《禮記·王制》篇的改編及其意義解析 (The rearrangement of the “Wangzhi” chapter of the Liji by Wu Cheng of the Yuan and an analysis of its significance)

小島 毅 (KOJIMA Tsuyoshi): 再論「文化中國」(A reexamination of cultural China)

蘇 俊林 (SU Junlin): 論秦漢二十等爵制的終結 (On the end of the system of Twenty Rank-Titles of the Qin and Han)

渡邉義浩 (WATANABE Yoshihiro): 中國史學的展開和儒敎 (The development of the study of Chinese history and Confucianism)

Section I
葛 煥禮 (GE Huanli): 範式與問題――美國的唐宋思想轉型研究 (Paradigms and problems: American research on the transformation in Tang-Song thought)

沙 武田 (SHA Wutian): 張議潮的政治聯盟窟――莫高窟洞窟組合崖面“空閒”的“歷史物質性” (Zhang Yichao’s political alliance cave: The “historical materiality” of “space” on the combined wall faces of caves in the Mogao Caves)

井川義次 (IGAWA Yoshitsugu): 法國大革命爆發前之中國的聖王和暴君的信息――以張居正的《帝鑑圖説》的法譯本爲例 (Information about China’s sage-kings and tyrants immediately before the French Revolution: On Faits mémorables des empereurs de la Chine, a French translation of Zhang Jusheng’s Dijian tushuo)

沈 冬梅 (SHEN Dongmei): 中國茶文化的源生性與世界傳播的多樣性述論 (A discussion of the original character of China’s tea culture and the diversity of its spread around the world)

呉 四伍 (WU Siwu): 清代海洋治理的地域文化與協調機制 (Local culture and coordinating mechanisms in maritime administration during the Qing)

牧角悦子 (MAKIZUMI Etsuko): 雅言和「斟酌」: 春秋期“詩”所負的機能 (Refined diction and “consideration”)

趙 瑩波 (ZHAO Yingbo): 從日本鴻臚館漢詩外交看中國文化在東亞的傳播 (The spread of Chinese culture in East Asia as seen from diplomacy mediated by Chinese poems at the guesthouse for foreign embassies in Japan)

趙 現海 (ZHAO Xianhai): 道家“無爲而治”的政治立場與“不戰而勝”的戰爭觀念 (The Daoists’ political position of “ruling through non-action” and their ideas on war, “not fighting, yet winning”)  

仙石知子 (SENGOKU Tomoko): 劉向《列女傳》在日本的接受與傳播――以松本萬年的(標注)《標注劉向列女傳》爲例 (The reception of the Lienü zhuan in Japan)

楊 富學 (YANG Fuxue)・樊 麗沙 (FAN Lisha): 司馬遷“行國”史觀及其對後世的影響 (Sima Qian’s historical view of “mobile states” and its influence on posterity)

Section II
妹尾達彦 (SEO Tatsuhiko): 中國文化的統一性和多樣性――以行政城市網的變遷爲綫索 (Unity and diversity in Chinese culture: With reference to changes in the network of administrative cities)

成 一農 (CHENG Yinong): 王朝是“帝國”嗎?――以寰宇圖和職貢圖爲中心 (Is a dynasty an “empire”?: With a focus on world maps and illustrations of tribute missions)

中島隆博 (NAKAJIMA Takahiro): 反思王弼――超越否定神學 (Rethinking Wang Bi)

桓 占偉 (HUAN Zhanwei): 何以殷人尊神――基于夏・殷兩族生産方式差異性的考察 (Why did people of Yin venerate gods?: An examination based on differences in the methods of production of the peoples of Xia and Yin)

Section Ⅲ
陳 志遠 (CHEN Zhiyuan): 中山七帝寺興廢考――解讀《隋重修七帝寺碑》(The rise and decline of the Seven Emperors Temple in Zhongshan: Reading the Sui chongxiu Qidisi bei)

宋 學立 (SONG Xueli): 全眞道敎學法之言敎與身敎 (Verbal teachings and physical teachings in the doctrines of the Quanzhen School of Daoism)

河野貴美子 (KŌNO Kimiko): 從日本傳存資料看唐代典籍文化的統一性及多樣性 (Unity and diversity in Tang book culture as seen through materials preserved in Japan)

邱 源媛 (QIU Yuanyuan): 八旗圈地制度的輻射――清初撥補地考實 (The diffusion of the system of bannerlands of the eight banners: An examination of the allocation of supplementary lands in the early Qing)

劉 中玉 (LIU Zhongyu): 風會圖視域下的晚明文化轉型 (The transformation of late Ming culture as seen in paintings of street scenes)

柿沼陽平 (KAKINUMA Yōhei): 中國古代禿頭攷 (A study of baldness in ancient China)

張 倩茹 (ZHANG Qianru): 嘉靖九年郊祀改革中的分祀合祀之爭 (The dispute about worshipping deities separately or jointly in the reform of the suburban sacrifice in 1530)

牟 堅 (MOU Jian): “洒掃應對,便是形而上之事”――朱熹以“禮”來貫通其《小學》、《大學章句》(“Sprinkling and sweeping, responding to calls and replying to questions: These are metaphysical matters”: How Zhu Xi underpinned his Xiaoxue and Daxue zhangju with “propriety”)

Chairpersons’ Reports:
Symposium I: Issues and Methods in Research on Shu-shu Studies (MINAKUCHI Takuju)

Symposium II: Various Aspects of Prose in the Sinitic Literature of the Heian Period (FUJIWARA Katsumi藤原克己)

Symposium III: Armenian Communities and Their Global Network from the Seventeenth to the Early Twentieth Centuries (MORIKAWA Tomoko)

Symposium IV: East Asia after the An-Shih Rebellion (IWAMI Kiyohiro 石見清裕)

Symposium V: ‘Mahāyāna’ Buddhism: Revisiting Differences between Schools, Tenets, and Doctrinal Classifi-cations and Their Background (SAITŌ Akira)

East Asian Art History (NEDACHI Kensuke 根立研介)

2nd International Forum for the Study of Chinese Culture (WATANABE Yoshihiro)

Lectures at the Kansai Session (abstracts):
YI, Lidu (衣麗都):《大吉義神咒經》與帝王擁護思想在雲岡石窟的宗敎禮儀實踐

MIDORIKAWA Hideki 緑川英樹: How did Gozan monks read Shan-ku’s poems?: Banri Shūku’s Chōchūkō

List of Speakers


No. 64 (Published Jan. 2020)

64th International Conference of Eastern Studies
Opening Address and Congratulatory Message

Research Papers (full texts):
FUNG Kam-wing (馮錦栄), From Matteo Ricci, Hsü Kuang-ch‘i 徐光啓 and Ch‘en Chin-mo 陳藎謨 to Emperor K‘ang-hsi康熙: The spread of Western surveying in China

YOO Sangsoo (柳尚秀), The Perfect Enlightenment Sūtra Illumination (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston): With a Focus on Changes in the Representation of Rocana and Their Reception

Other Paper Presented (abstracts):
〈Symposium I〉
SAITŌ Akira (斎藤明), Why did Avalokiteśvara and not Bhagavat teach the Prajñāpāramitāhdaya in its shorter and longer versions?

WATANABE Shōgo (渡辺章悟), The lineage of the Prajñāpāramitāhṛdaya: With a focus on its introduction and expressions of “emptiness”

HORIUCHI Toshio (堀内俊郎), Revisiting the Indian commentaries on the Prajñāpāramitāhṛdaya: Vimalamitra’s interpretation of the “eight negations”

ISHII Kōsei (石井公成), The Sanskrit text of the Prajñāpāramitāhṛdaya as teen by Wŏnch’ŭk

Jonathan SILK, Thinking about the Heart Sutra in a broad context: Popular short scriptures and what they can tell us

〈Symposium II〉
HIRAYAMA Hisao (平山久雄), The Ch‘ieh-yün 切韻 and Lu Fa-yen’s 陸法言 father, Lu Shuang 陸爽: Some observations on the structure of the Ch‘ieh-yün

WANG Weihui (汪維輝), Medieval Chinese dictionaries and the study of the history of the Chinese lexicon

SUZUKI Shingo (鈴木慎吾), Chinese rhyme dictionaries

SAWADA Tatsuya (澤田達也), Chinese character dictionaries and phonetic-semantic dictionaries

ŌIWAMOTO Kōji (大岩本幸次), Materials related to the Chi-yün 集韻 and the Phonology of the Chin Period

ŌTSUKI Makoto (大槻信), Chinese dictionaries and Japanese dictionaries

〈Symposium III〉
Alisher BEGMATOV, New discoveries in Sogdiana

Frantz GRENET, The wooden panels from Kafir-kala: A group portrait of the Samarkand nāf ?

ARAKAWA Masaharu (荒川正晴), The Kao-ch‘ang kingdom’s rule of Turfan and its Sogdian settlement in the sixth century

KAGEYAMA Etsuko (影山悦子), Sogdians in the sixth century as seen from funeral accessories of the Northern Dynasties

BI Bo (畢波), The new bilingual Sogdian and Chinese epitaph from Yeh 鄴 and the Sogdians in the Northern Ch‘i Dynasty

YAMASHITA Shōji (山下将司), Sogdians in the maelstrom of mar: Sogdians during the period of division in north China in the sixth century as depicted in Chinese-language epitaphs

〈Symposium IV〉
FURUHASHI Norihiro (古橋紀宏), The ritual scholarship of Cheng Hsüan 鄭玄 and Wang Su 王粛

MINAMIZAWA Yoshihiko (南澤良彦), Han scholarship in the Northern and Southern Dynasties: Tradition and innovation to be seen in the Ming-t‘ang 明堂

CHEN Jie (陳捷), An examination of the compilation and publication of collectanea during the Ch‘ien-lung 乾隆 and Chia-ch‘ing 嘉慶 reigns

WATANABE Junsei (渡辺純成), Manchu texts and Han scholarship: Han scholarship reflected in them and Han scholarship for understanding them

SHINO Yoshinobu (志野好伸), Is Han scholarship science?: The bone of contention between Han scholarship and Sung scholarship in modern China

〈Asian Art History Session〉
WU Xiaoxiao (武瀟瀟), The screen and wall paintings and rock garden of Daisen’in 大仙院 as seen from the reception of Eight Views of the Hsiao and Hsiang Rivers D

U Xiaohan (杜暁晗), Paintings with poetic inscriptions by I-shan I-ning 一山一寧 and their seals: With a focus on the seal “I-weng” 壹翁

SUN Aiqi (孫愛琪), On Liu Ying-hsi’s 劉応襲 edition of the Hsi-hsiang Chi 西廂記 published during the Wan-li era of the Ming

Caitlin KARYADI, The Nanpin 南蘋 construct: Copying, collecting, and connoisseurship in Edo-period Japan

ARAI Takayuki (新井宗之), The influence of ideas about state rule during the Ming dynasty on porcelain produced at government kilns

Maria Carlotta AVANZI, An examination of the significance of statues of young children

ISHIMATSU Hinako (石松日奈子), The debate about the date of the Wei Wen-lang 魏文朗 stele: Correcting the reference to the Shih-kuang 始光 era

Chairpersons’ Reports:
SAITŌ Akira:Symposium I: Dismantling the Prajñāpāramitāhṛdaya: The Frontier of Prajñāpāramitāhdaya Studies

KIDA Akiyoshi (木田章義):Symposium II: The Current State of Research on Medieval Chinese and Early Japanese Dictionaries

YOSHIDA Yutaka (吉田豊):Symposium III: New Developments in Research on Sogdians: A True Picture of Sogdians in China and Sogdiana at the Time of the Northern Dynasties

KAWAHARA Hideki (川原秀城):Symposium IV: What Is Han Scholarship?: Characteristics of Scholarship in the Han-T‘ang, Northern Sung, and Mid- to Late Ch‘ing Periods and Its Limitations

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

Kansai Session (abstructs):
XU Hong (許宏), Two stages in state formation on the East Asian continent: With a focus on Erh-li-t‘ou 二里頭

MICHISAKA Akihiro (道坂昭廣), A consideration of Wang Po’s 王勃 parallel prose: With a focus on works written in Shu 蜀


No. 63 (Published Dec. 2018)

63rd International Conference of Eastern Studies
Opening Address and Congratulatory Message

Research Papers (full texts):
MORI Tatsuya, East-West Interaction from the Ninth to the Fifteenth Centuries as Seen from Trade Ceramics: Through a Comparison of the Persian Gulf and the Ryukyu Islands

HU Zhimin, Long Landscape Scrolls in the Style of Hsia Kuei Produced in the Mid-Ming: Grand View of Rivers and Mountains Held by the Freer Gallery of Art

Other Paper Presented (abstracts):
〈Symposium I〉
Oliver WATSON, New Views: A Middle-Eastern Perspective on Islamic-Chinese Ceramic Trade in the T‘ang-Sung Periods

KIKUCHI Yuriko, Southeast Asia and Maritime Interaction in the Sung-Yüan-Ming China from the Perspective of Vietnamese Ceramics

OGAWA Mitsuhiko, The Cultural Spheres of Wood-stone Anchors, Wooden Anchors, and Iron Grapnels in Maritime East Asia

YAMAUCHI Shinji, The “Sulfur Road” in Asia

QIU Yihao, The Horse Riders Involved in the Maritime Trade: Continuities and Changes in the Indian Landscape under the Mongol Invasions

〈Symposium II〉
WATANABE Hideyuki, Perceptions of Self and Other by the People of Ch‘in

Lothar von FALKENHAUSEN, The Economy of Ch‘in: An Archaeological Assessment

TAKAMURA Takeyuki, The Beginnings of Document-Based Administration

YOSHIMOTO Michimasa, The Shih-chi’s Perception of Ch‘in History

Robin D. S. YATES, Recent Trends in Western-Language Scholarship on the Ch‘in .

〈Symposium III〉
Lawrence C. H. YIM, The Politics and Literary Criticism of Ch‘ien Ch‘ien-i

NOMURA Ayuko, Some Enigmas Surrounding the Compilation and Arrangement of Ch‘ien Ch‘ien-i’s Lieh- ch‘ao Shih-chi  

ARATA Motonori, The “Hsüeh-hsiao” Chapter of Huang Tsung-hsi’s Ming-i Tai-fang-lu as a Sub-branch of Theories about Schools

NAKANISHI Tatsuya, 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

FUKUDA Yasunori, The World of Ming-Ch‘ing Fiction and Hiraga Gennai

〈Symposium IV〉
LEI Wen, The Prohibition of “Assemblies” in the Sui-T‘ang Period: One Aspect of the Relationship between the State and Religious Rites

SENDA Yutaka, Temples of Heirs Apparent during the T‘ang Dynasty

EGAWA Shikibu, A Reexamination of the Types of Rites in the Ta T‘ang K‘ai-yüan Li: With a Focus on Omitted Rites

ENOMOTO Jun’ichi, The Compilation of the Chiang-tu Chih-li and Its Significance and Influence

SAKURA Sōtarō, The Transformation of the Sekiten Libation into an Annual Event F

URUSE Natsuko, The Emperor and Senior Nobles as Seen from the Management of Rituals in the Regency and Insei Periods .

〈Symposium V〉
SAITŌ Akira, On the Interpretation of Tathāgatagarbha in the Ratnagotravibhāga

SHIMODA Masahiro, Differences in Aspects of Discourse in Buddhist Texts and the Interpretation of Tathāgatagarbha Thought

Michael ZIMMERMANN, A Multi-associative Term: Why Tathāgatagarbha Is not One and the Same

KANŌ Kazuo, A Reexamination of the Usage of “Tathāgatagarbha” in Sanskrit Fragments of the Mahāparinirvāṇamahāsūtra

Christopher V. JONES, ‘Dhātu Discourse’: Reassessing the ‘Essence’ of Tathāgatagarbha Literature

〈Asian Art History Session〉  
LI Han, 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

YI Danyun, An Examination 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  

HUANG Pan, The Reception of Early Buddhist Pagodas in China and Their Vicissitudes

INABA Satomi, An Examination of the Design of Caves 7 and 8 of the Yün-kang Grottoes .

ASAMI Ryūsuke, The Study of Buddhist Statues with Scientific Instruments

〈10th Forum of Japanee and Chinese Scholars on Ancient Chinese History〉

Plenary Session




Section I





牧角悦子: 經學與文學――以詩經研究爲例






Section II







Chairpersons’ Reports:  
Symposium I: Beyond East Asian History: Maritime Asia Viewed from the Flow of Materials in the Sung- Yüan-Early Ming Transition (YOKKAICHI Yasuhiro)  

Symposium II: Birth of the Ch‘in Empire: In Dialogue with Anglophone Researchers (MOMIYAMA Akira)  

Symposium III: New Trends in Research on the Late Ming and Early Ch‘ing Period, II: Thought, Literature, and Art (ŌKI Yasushi)  

Symposium IV: The State and Rites: The Culture of Ancient Japan within East Asia (ŌTSU Tōru)

Symposium V: What is Tathāgatagarbha: The Frontier of Research on Tathāgatagarbha and Buddha-nature Thought (SAITŌ Akira)

Asian Art History Session (NEDACHI Kensuke)

10th Forum of Japanese and Chinese Scholars on Ancient Chinese History (WATANABE Yoshihiro)

Kansai Session (abstructs):
Kicengge, 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

OKAMURA Hidenori, The Investigation and Study of the Yün-kang Grottoes List of Speakers


No. 62 (Published Dec. 2017)

62nd International Conference of Eastern Studies

Opening Address and Congratulatory Message

Research Papers (full texts):
NAGATA Tomoyuki(永田知之), Differences between old manuscripts and printed editions of the Han-shu: With a focus on the text of a Tun-huang manuscript and editorial glosses in a Southern Sung edition

Steffani M. BENNETT, The politics of prayer: Sesshū’s Tōyō’s 雪舟等楊Thirty-three Kannon paintings and Ming-dynasty illustrated Guanyin Sutras

Other Papers Presented (abstracts):

〈Symposium I〉

ZHANG Xiaoyan (張小艶), An investigation into the surname “Chiu” 就 seen in Tun-huang documents

ZHAO Jing (趙晶), T‘ang-dynasty official procedures for dealing with dead livestock as seen in documents from Tun-huang and Turfan: Reexamining the reconstruction of Articles from parts of the T‘ang statutes and T‘ang ordinances

YAMAMOTO Takako (山本孝子), Changes in the format of Chinese epistolary documents from the late T‘ang and Five Dynasties to the Sung: Through an examination of P.3449+P.3864

IWAO Kazushi (岩尾一史), Tun-huang manuscripts of the Old Tibetan Chronicle and Old Tibetan Annals and their dates

〈Symposium II〉
JU Chiou-er (朱秋而), The Confucian poets Matsunaga Sekigo 松永尺五 and Kinoshita Jun’an 木下順庵: Their perceptions of Japanese and Chinese and the formation of their poetic styles

TAKAYAMA Daiki (高山大毅), The Hayashi 林 family’s question-and-answer style of writing: With a focus on Hayashi Gahō 鵞峰 and Dokkōsai 読耕斎

YAMAMOTO Yoshitaka (山本嘉孝), Muro Kyūsō’s 室鳩巣 poems about the mid-autumn moon

MIYAZAKI Shūta (宮崎修多), Hattori Nankaku’s 服部南郭 reception of Po Lo-t‘ien’s 白楽天 poems

FUKUI Tatsuhiko (福井辰彦), The repercussions of Yamamoto Hokuzan’s 山本北山 Sakushi shikō 作詩志彀

IKEZAWA Ichirō (池澤一郎), The precision of research into T‘ang-Sung poetry seen in the poems of Ōnuma Chinzan 大沼枕山: With a focus on rhyme-matching poems and poems on objects

〈Symposium III〉
SUZUKI Noriko (鈴木則子), Developments in early modern balneotherapy in Japan and the transformation of hot-spring cures

NAGANO Hitoshi (長野仁), The transformation of Japanese acumoxa brought about by the adaptation of passages from Chinese medical works of the Ming period

SHIN Dongwon (申東源), From hyangyak 郷薬 (local medicine) to tongŭi 東医 (eastern medicine): The development of self-awareness in indigenous medical traditions in premodern Korean medical history

MAYANAGI Makoto (真柳誠), The traditions and characteristics of Vietnamese medicine

〈Symposium IV〉
SAITŌ Akira (斎藤明), The translation of Buddhist texts, past and present: Chinese translations and Tibetan translations

FUNAYAMA Tōru (船山徹), Two sides of Chinese translations of Buddhist texts: What comes to light beneath the surface

BABA Norihisa (馬場紀寿), Resisting translation: The notion of Pāli as the language of the Buddhist scriptures in the Mahāvihāra school of Theravāda Buddhism

YE Shaoyong (葉少勇), What appears between Sanskrit and Chinese translation: A case study of Kumārajīva’s translation of the *Madhyamakaśāstra

YOSHIMIZU Chizuko (吉水千鶴子), The background to the transmission of ideas through Tibetan translations of Buddhist texts: Translation and instruction

Stefano ZACCHETTI, Reading obscure translations in early medieval China

〈Asian Art History Session〉
KUMASAKA Satomi (熊坂聡美), Development of medium-sized caves with niches in three walls of the Yün-kang 雲岡 grottoes

MA Wei (馬偉), A study of a stele engraved with images of a nun and Dharmākara: An inquiry into styles of Buddhist statues

LUO Ling (羅玲), A “back-screen” Buddhist sculpture with an inscription dated T‘ien-chien 天監 15 of the Liang 梁 discovered along lower T‘ung-jen 同仁 road in Ch‘eng-tu 成都

LEE I-jan (李宜蓁), Hsüeh An’s 雪庵 Lo-han t‘u-ts‘e 羅漢図冊 and the Dhūta teaching of the Yüan period

MARUYAMA Nobuhiko (丸山伸彦), A historical reexamination of the painter Miyazaki Yūzen 宮崎友禅

Chairpersons’ Reports:  
Symposium I: The Current State of Tun-huang Studies (TAKATA Tokio 高田時雄)

Symposium II: Ideas and Expression in Early Modern Kanbun Literature (GŌYAMA Rintarō 合山林太郎)

Symposium III: Medical Treatment and Its Indigenization in the Sinographic Cultural Sphere (MAYANAGI Makoto 真柳誠)

Symposium IV: Aspects of the Translation of Buddhist Texts: The Situation in the Northern and Southern Traditions (SAITŌ Akira 斎藤明)

Asian Art History Session (NEADACHI Kensuke 根立研介)

Lectures at the Kansai Session (abstracts):
Samuel MORSE, Replications: Sacred images and the Buddhist sculpture of the Chūsei period  

YOSHIKAWA Shinji (吉川真司), Current thinking on Japan’s “national culture” during the Heian period


No. 61 (Published Dec. 2016)

61st International Conference of Eastern Studies

Opening Address and Congratulatory Message

Research Papers (full texts):
WANG Zhenzhong (王 振忠): Ryukyuan Chinese works and the study of Chinese society

YANG Ya-pei (楊 雅琲): The significance of paintings of the Queen Mother of the West: With a focus on the Kanō school in the seventeenth century

Other Papers Presented (abstracts):

〈Symposium I〉
SAKUMA Hidenori (佐久間秀範): Valabhī’s Sthiramati and the commentator Sthiramati

MINOURA Akio (箕浦暁雄):The commentator Sthiramati who engaged in dialogue with Vasubandhu

Martin DELHEY: Sthiramati’s identity: With special reference to the gotra problem

KITSUKAWA Tomoaki (橘川智昭): On the formation of views of Sthiramati in East Asia: With a focus on his links with Paramārtha

MORO Shigeki (師 茂樹): Quotations from Sthiramati’s commentary on the Abhidharmakośa¬bhāṣya in East Asian works and their reception in Japan

ITŌ Yasuhiro (伊藤康裕): On distinctive features of Sthiramati to be seen in the Ta-sheng Chung-kuan Shih-lun 大乗中観釈論

〈Symposium II〉
LU Qin: Chinese character encoding beyond borders

Lee COLLINS: Preservation of traditional Vietnamese writing in the digital age

IKEDA Shōju (池田証寿): The HDIC database project

TAKADA Tomokazu (高田智和): Initiatives for standardizing the encoding of Chinese characters for administrative use in Japan

SUZUKI Atsushi (鈴木 敦) & SUZUKI Shun’ya (鈴木俊哉): The standardization of ancient Chinese characters and attendant problems

〈Symposium III〉
ZHAO Jing (趙 晶): An examination of historical material evincing the restoration of the T‘ang statutes: Focusing on the Ta T‘ang K‘ai-yuan li 大唐開元令

NISHIMOTO Tetsuya (西本哲也): The animal management system as seen from a comparison of the Japanese and T‘ang statutes on stables and pastures

MARUYAMA Yumiko (丸山裕美子): The movement of people in East Asia and the culture of the Nara period: With a focus on immigrants from Paekche and Koguryŏ

NISHIMOTO Masahiro (西本昌弘): “National Culture” as seen from East Asia

KAMIKAWA Michio (上川通夫): The turn in Buddhism during the Regency period

〈Symposium IV〉
CHEN Zhenghong (陳 正宏):The discovery and publication of Ryukyuan Chinese works

TSUZUKI Akiko (都築晶子): “Reports” (teibun呈文) and textual sources: Another perspective on the early modern history of Ryukyu

TERU Hiroshi (輝 広志): A fresh examination of the national academy in Shuri

SHIMAMURA Kōichi (島村幸一): Compilatory projects undertaken by the Ryukyu government in the first half of the 18th century

〈Asian Art History Session〉
HUANG Xia (黄 夏): On the background to the “northern Ch‘i 北斉 painter” Ts‘ao Chung-ta’s 曹 仲達 study of painting and his painting style and achievements as a painter

HAN Bo-kyung (韓 普景): The Ch‘ing period Wan-shou Sheng-tien T‘u-chüan 万寿盛典図巻 and the aims behind their production

ZHAO Yuping (趙 玉萍): On the iconography of a painting of Suigetsu Kannon 水月観音 held by Enshōin 円生院, Nara

WANG Huikai (王 輝錯): Overseas exhibitions of early Japanese art sponsored by the Agency for Cultural Affairs as seen from the perspective of museology: With a focus on the 1953 Exhibition of Japanese Painting and Sculpture that toured the United States

SHIMAO Arata (島尾 新): Muromachi landscape scrolls in the style of Hsia Kuei 夏珪: From the perspective of “East Asia”

〈8th Forum of Japanese and Chinese Scholars on Ancient Chinese History〉

Plenary Session
王 震中 (WANG Zhenzhong): 中國王權的誕生―夏商西周王權研究新的理論視角 (The birth of Chinese kingship: New theoretical perspectives in research on kingship in Xia, Shang, and West Zhou)

藤田勝久 (FUJITA Katsuhisa): 《史記》與出土資料的方法論 (The Shiji and methods for dealing with unearthed materials)

金 秉駿 (KIM Byung-joon): 出土資料是否正確?―與《史記》先秦諸國初期記錄比較 (The narrative structure of the “Xiongnu Liezhuan” in the Shiji: Consideration of archaeological findings on Xiongnu)

Section I
王 啓發 (WANG Qifa): 從社會史到思想史―侯外廬思想史研究的視野與特色 (From social history to intellectual history: The horizens and characteristics of Hou Wailu’s research on intellectual history)

吉澤誠一郎 (YOSHIZAWA Seiichirō): 白鳥庫吉的東洋史學―從史學史來探討 (Shiratori Kurakichi’s research on East Asian history: Observations in terms of the history of historiography)

徐 国利 (XU Guoli): 新考據派史家論宋學與清學及中國現代學術的建立 (Song learning and Qing learning as seen from modern and contemporary scientific views and the revelation of their methodology)

西山尚志 (NISHIYAMA Hisashi): 疑古與釋古 (Doubting antiquity and interpreting antiquity)

李 紅岩 (LI Hongyan): 従社會性質出發― 一種主導性的史學方法 (Starting out from social qualities: A leading method in historical studies)

牧角悦子 (MAKIZUMI Etsuko): 文學史這一方法論 (Literary history as a methodology)

仙石知子 (SENGOKU Tomoko): 中國近世小説研究的一個視角 (A perspective on the study of early modern Chinese fiction)

薛 瑞澤 (XUE Ruize): 民國時期中國文化史研究綜論 (An outline of the study of China’s cultural history during the Republican period)

渡邉義浩 (WATANABE Yoshihiro): 中国貴族制與文化資本論 (China’s aristocracy and the scope of cultural capital theory)

汪 學群 (WANG Xuequn): 二十世紀八十年代以來中國思想史書寫方法之反思 (Reflections on methods of writing about China’s intellectual history since the 1980s)

Section II
郝 春文 (HAO Chunwen): 敦煌寫本中形近字同形手書擧例 (A study of characters with similar stroke patterns in Dunhuang manuscripts)

岸本美緒 (KISHIMOTO Mio): 如何將傳統中國的經濟秩序模式化?―20世紀中葉日本學界的一個嘗試 (How to model the economic order of traditional China)

陳 峰 (CHEN Feng): 宋代東宮虛化現象探究 (An inquiry into the phenomenon of the transformation of the Eastern Palace into a nominal entity during the Song)

趙 現海 (ZHAO Xianhai): 二十世紀長城研究范式變遷與時代思潮 (Paradigm changes in 20th-century research on the Great Wall and the Zeitgeist)

小島 毅 (KOJIMA Tsuyoshi): 作爲方法的溝口雄三 (Mizoguchi Yūzō as a method)

高 凱 (GAO Kai): 高敏先生史學思想淺析 (A rudimentary analysis of professor Gao Min’s ideas about the study of history)

Chairpersons’ Reports:
Symposium I: Sthiramati: Fanct and Fiction (SAKUMA Hidenori 佐久間秀範)

Symposium II: Towards the Construction of a Common Intrastructure for CJK Ideographs in the Sinographic Cultural Sphere (SHIMODA Masahiro 下田正弘)

Symposium III: Japanese Culture in the Context of East Asia, with a Focus on the Nara and Heian Periods (ŌTSU Tōru 大津 透)

Symposium IV: Newly Discovered Chinese Sources from the Ryukyus and Rereading Ryukyuan History (TAKATSU Takashi 高津 孝)

Asia Art History Session (NEDACHI Kensuke 根立研介)

8th Forum of Japanese and Chinese Scholars on Ancient Chinese History: The Methodology of Studying Chinese History (WATANABE Yoshihiro 渡邉義浩)

Kansai Session (abstracts):
Wolfgang SCHAMONI: Traditions of Autobiography in 17th-Century Japan

YOKOCHI Yūko (横地優子): Harṣavardhana and Goddess Cults