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  Transactions of the International Conference of Eastern Studies

 No. 50 (Published Dec. 2005)

The 50th International Conference of Eastern Studies Opening Addresses and Congratulatory Message

Special Lecture (full text):

PARPOLA, Asko: Study of the Indus script

Research Papers (full texts):

MATSUI Dai (松井太): Taxation systems as seen in the Uigur and Mongol documents from Turfan: An overview

NUMOTO Katsuaki (沼本克明): Japanese diacritic materials for the study of Chinese character readings

TSUKAMOTO Maromitsu (塚本麿充): On “overseas calligraphy”: An investigation into the historical role of fine art diplomacy and the collection of artifacts in the Northern Sung 北宋

Other Papers Presented (abstracts):

Symposium I

TOBY, Ronald P. : On the nature and extent of the “state” in early modern Japan

MITANI Hiroshi (三谷博): The transformation of the enthronement ceremony from early modern to modern Japan

SUEKI Fumihiko (末木文美士): The understanding of Zen禅 Buddhism by women in the Edo 江戸 period: Soshin 祖心 and Tachibana no Someko 橘染子

MIYAJIMA Hiroshi (宮嶌博史): The Joseon 朝鮮 period and the Edo period: From the perspective of the inculcation of Neo-Confucianism

SUWA Haruo (諏訪春雄): Edo writers as inveterate plagiarists

CAMPBELL, Robert B. : Representation and the discourse of visual art in early Meiji 明治 Japan

Symposium II

ARAKAWA Masaharu (荒川正晴): Taxes and labor services in Turfan under Chinese rule (6th to 8th centuries)

SHIRASU Jōshin (白須浄眞): The labor service systems in the Tang 唐 empire as seen in the Chinese documents from Central Asia

YOSHIDA Yutaka (吉田豊): The taxation system in pre-Islamic Khotan

Symposium III

TSUKISHIMA Hiroshi (築島裕): The study of early diacritic materials in Japan

NAM Punghyeon (南豊鉉): Korean diacritic kugyeol 口訣 materials and their historical vicissitudes

KOSUKEGAWA Teiji (小助川貞次): Secular diacritic materials as exegetical material

CHEN Liwei (陳力衛): Sino-Japanese neologisms of the Meiji 明治 era based on xundu 訓読 readings

Symposium Ⅳ

HUANG Chunyan (黄純艶): The prosperity of China’s maritime trade and the development of a market in Southeast Asia in the 11th to 13th centuries

WHITMORE, John K. : The rise of the coast: Trade and state in early Dai Viet 大越

FUKAMI Sumio (深見純生): Tambralinga’s long thirteenth century and the commercial boom

KARASHIMA Noboru (辛島昇): Medieval commercial activities in the Indian ocean as revealed from Chinese ceramic sherds and South Indian and Sri Lankan inscriptions

Symposium V

INOUE Eimei (井上英明): A truthfulness to the imaginative patterns of heroic life in the oral tradition

HORIKIRI Minoru (堀切実): Wandering and itinerancy: From Basho 芭蕉 to Kim Satkat 金笠

OGAWA Naoyuki (小川直之): A reexamination of Orikuchi Shinobu’s 折口信夫 Marebito まれびと thesis

WATSON, Michael : Aesop’s travels about the Mediterranean: Isoppo monogatari 伊曽保物語 from a conparative perspective

KUMEKAWA Mituski (粂川光樹): Modern Japanese literature and itinerancy

FUKUDA Hideichi (福田秀一): Wandering and itinerancy in modern and contemporary popular songs: With a focus on “Katusha’s Song”(カチューシャの唄) and “Song of Wandering”(さすらいの唄)

Symposium Ⅵ

WANG Qifa (王啓発): Fundamental aspects and new developments in Han 漢 Confucian studies in mainland China over the past ten years

YI Sung-ryul (李承律): The theory of disposition that “Nature Issues from Fate"(性自命出) in the Kuo-tien 郭店 Ch‘u 楚 slips and rites and music: The development in the history of thought of the basis, function and role of rites and music

IKEZAWA Masaru (池澤優): The cultural significance of filial piety: Focussing on the relationship between the living and the dead in the Han dynasty

HORIIKE Nobuo (堀池信夫): The state and revolution in filial piety in the Former Han 前漢

WATANABE Yoshihiro (渡邊義浩): On the transformation of Confucianism into a state doctrine

Asian Art History Session

NAGATA Kaoru (永田郁): Aspects of Yaksa images in South India: With a focus on the relationship between the Yaksa cult and the dynasties of Andradesa

MORI Michiyo (森美智代): On the paintings of pranidhana at the Kucha caves

WANG Hui (王輝): Iconographical research into illustrations of biographies of filial sons: Focussing on tomb paintings

YAMAMOTO, Sharon: Women and visual culture in Edo 江戸 -period art: A case study of a painted Genji incense (源氏香) album at Hokyoji 宝鏡寺 imperial convent

NAGAOKA Ryūsaku (長岡龍作): “Foreign” images in ancient Japan

Chairpersons’ Reports:

Symposium Ⅰ: The Edo Period Revisited, MITANI Hiroshi (三谷博)

Symposium Ⅱ: Taxes and Labour Services in Pre-Modern Central Asia, MORIYASU Takao (森安孝夫)

Symposium Ⅲ: Xundu Readings of Classical Chinese Texts by Neighbouring Peoples, ISHIZUKA Harumichi (石塚晴通)

Symposium Ⅳ: Trading in the Southern Sea of the Sung Dynasty, AOKI Atsushi (青木敦)

Symposium Ⅴ: Japanese Literature of Wandering and Itinerancy, KUMEKAWA Mitsuki (粂川光樹)

Symposium Ⅵ: Confucianism and Political Power in the Former and Later Han 後漢, IKEDA Tomohisa (池田知久)

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

Lectures at the Kansai Session (abstracts):

KIM Moonkyong (金文京): The literature of fictional debate in East Asia and its background

PARPOLA, AskoThe Nasatyas and Proto-Aryan religion


 No. 49 (Published Dec. 2004)

The 49th International Conference of Eastern Studies Opening Addresses and Congratulatory Message

Research Papers (full texts):

YOSHIKAI Masato (吉開将人): One century of bronze drum research in Japan

MITANI Hiroshi (三谷博): The formation of the public sphere in Japan: How can we realize a liberal political system in non-Western societies?

SHIMADA Akira (島田明): Amaravati and Dhanyakataka: Social roles of Buddhist monasteries in ancient Indian cities

Other Papers Presented (abstracts):

KOBAYASHI Masayoshi (小林正美): The doctrines of the Way of the Celestial Master during the Liu-Sung 劉宋 and Southern Ch‘i 南斉 periods

KAMITSUKA Yoshiko (神塚淑子): Scriptural sacralization in the Ling-pao 霊宝 scriptures: The k‘ai chieh tu-jen 開劫度人 theory in early Yüan-shih 元始 scriptures

TSUZUKI Akiko (都築晶子): On the organization of Six-Dynasties Taoism: The landscape of the tao-kuan 道館

MARUYAMA Hiroshi (丸山宏): Six-Dynasties Taoism as seen from register rites and transmission rites

CH‘EN Yung-fa (陳永發): Peasants, soldiers, and revolution

WANG Qisheng (王奇生): “Revolution” and “counter-revolution”: An analysis of the three main parties’ discourse on “revolution” in China in the 1920s

TAKAHASHI Nobuo (高橋伸夫): The party, the Red Army, and peasants: The Minxi 閩西 base area, 1929-1934

IMAMURA Keiji (今村啓爾): Past and present in bronze drum research

JIANG Tingyu (蒋廷瑜): The development of bronze drum studies in China

NISHIMURA Masanari (西村昌也): The bronze drums of northern Vietnam seen from the perspectives of regional history and ethnohistory

NAMIKI Masahito (並木真人): “Publicness” in Korea during the colonial period

JI Weidong (季衛東): Prospects for public discourse in East Asia: The effects of Chinese law and lawsuits on the Neo-Constitutionalist movement

SAKOMURA Tomoko (迫村知子): Shiju-ni no mono-arasoi 四十二の物あらそひ (Forty-Two Debates) and the function of poetic iconography during the late sixteenth to early seventeenth centuries

FUKUYAMA Yasuko (福山泰子): The Simhala Avadana of Ajanta Cave 17: The pictorial representation of the story

HSIEH Chen-fa (謝振發): The iconography and construction of Caves 7 and 8 at Yungang 雲岡

A study of wall paintings from Liao遼-dynasty tombs LI Tianming (李 天銘)

SATO Doshin (佐藤道信): “Isolated Japanese civilization”: Understanding of foreign cultures through the medium of material objects

Chairpersons’ Reports:

Symposium Ⅰ: Taoist Doctrines and Organizations during the Six-Dynasties Period, KOMINAMI Ichiro (小南一郎)

Symposium Ⅱ: Party, Soldiers, and Peasants in the Chinese Revolution, YAMADA Tatsuo (山田辰雄)

Symposium Ⅲ: Bronze Drums: The View from Area Studies YOSHIKAI Masato (吉開将人)

Symposium Ⅳ: The Formation of the Public Sphere in East Asia, MITANI Hiroshi (三谷 博)

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

Lectures at the Kansai Session (abstracts):

SHEN Weirong (沈 衛栄): Heshang Mahayana 和尚摩訶衍 and his teaching in Tibetan literature: An invented tradition

HIRATA Shoji (平田昌司): The Hu-Lan 胡藍 Purges, the campaign to “Clear Away Disorders,” and the Hung-wu cheng-yün 洪武正韻: Linguistic norms in the context of political history


 No. 48 (Published Dec. 2003)

The 48th International Conference of Eastern Studies Opening Addresses and Congratulatory Message

Research Papers (full texts):

LE THI Lien: Buddhism in Vietnam during the 1st millennium A.D. from archaeological evidence

SAEKI Koji (佐伯弘次): Trade between Japan and Sung 宋 China and the Hakata Goshu 博多綱首

KEHOE, Sinead R.C.: Even ten, but only once: Pure Land patriarchs at Sentaiji 千體寺 temple

Other Papers Presented (abstracts):

TRAN Quoc Vuong: Chinese domination in Viet Nam: Some new viewpoints of thinking and rethinking

NISHIMURA Masanari (西村昌也): Lung Khe citadel and the Red River plain viewed from the recent archaeological studies

YOSHIKAI Masato (吉開将人): Nam Viet: Between Chinese history and Vietnamese history

KAWATOKO Mutsuo (川床睦夫): Trade network in the north Red Sea

KARASHIMA Noboru (辛島昇): Medieval merchant guilds in South India and Sri Lanka:
Organization and activities of Ainnurruvar

HALL, Kenneth R.: Local and international traders in the straits of Melaka region: Merchant communities, commercial commodities, and port-hinterland relationships 600-1500

IKEDA Tomohisa (池田知久): Introduction: Aim of SymposiumⅢ

ZHOU Qicheng (周 啓成): Major viewpoints and methodologies of Lin Hsi-i’s 林希逸 San-tzu Yen-chai k‘ou-i 三子鬳斎口義 and its influence on exegesis of Taoist works in post-Sung 宋 China

CH’OE Chae-mok (崔在穆): On the reception of Lin Hsi-i’s San-tzu Yen-chai k‘ou-i in Choson 朝鮮-period Korea

WANG Ti (王廸): The circulation of Lin Hsi-i’s San-tzu Yen-chai k‘ou-i in Japan

ONO Izuru (大野 出): Practical applications of the Lao-tzu Yen-chai k‘ou-i 老子鬳斎口義

NAKANO Mitsutoshi (中野三敏): The phenomenon of “various philosophers belonging to one hundred schools” in the world of early modern Japanese thought

SAITO Akira (斎藤明): Recent controversy over the origings and reality of Mahayana Buddhism

HARRISON, Paul: Mediums and messages: Reflections on the production of Mahayana sutras

SHIMODA Masahiro (下田正弘): The debate about the origin(s) of Mahayana and the transformation of the methodology of Buddhist studies

SASAKI Shizuka (佐々木閑) : What constitutes the origins of Mahayana Buddhism

RHI Juhyung (李柱亨): Gandharan art and Mahayana Buddhism: Evidence old and new

ARAMAKI Noritoshi (荒牧典俊): Toward a new working hypothesis on the origins of Mahayana Buddhism: An attempted criticism of some eight misconceptions

WANG Yun (王雲): The two manuscripts of the Gobu shinkan 五部心観 preserved at Onjoji 園城寺: With a focus on their iconographical representation

LEE Se-kyung (李世炅): On the “Eight Views of Hsiao and Hsiang” (瀟湘八景) in the early Choson 朝鮮 period

OKUDAIRA Shunroku (奥平俊六): Strange saints: Pu-tai 布袋 and Hsien-tzu 蜆子

LU Weirong (陸偉栄): The influence exerted by Japan on the design culture of modern China: With a focus on book design

LI Shu-chu (李淑珠): The Taiwan art scene under Japanese wartime administration: On war paintings in colonial Taiwan

LYU-HADA, Jessica T.: Nanyang school (南洋派): The identity of Chinese immigrant artists in Singapore, 1930-1965

BODART-BAILEY, Beatrice M. : The Ako 赤穂 incident: The historical realities

TAMURA Ryohei (田村良平): Awareness of the Chushingura 忠臣蔵 in the history of joruri 浄瑠璃 and kabuki: With a focus on the Kanadehon Chushingura 仮名手本忠臣蔵 by Namiki Sosuke 並木宗輔

AKASAKA Chiseki (赤坂治績): The themes of the Kanadehon Chushingura

OKADA Tsuneo (岡田恒雄): The Chushingura and Yotsuya kaidan 四谷怪談

YOSHIZAWA Seiichiro (吉澤誠一郎): Theoretical knowledge and agitation regarding “geography” in late Ch‘ing 清 politics

GAO Shihua (高士華): Japan and the formation of frontier consciousness in modern China: Focusing on the activities of Sung Chiao-jen 宋教仁 and Wu Lu-chen 呉禄貞 regarding the problem of Chien-tao 間島

LU Shao-li (呂紹理): Imagining empire: The analysis of spatial hierarchy of the colonies in the Japan exhibitions (1895-1930s)

Chairpersons’ Reports:

Symposium Ⅰ: Vietnam’s East Asian History: Sinicization and De-Sinicization, MOMOKI Shiro (桃木至朗)

Symposium Ⅱ: Medieval Merchant Networks in the East-West Maritime Trade: Focusing on the Indian Ocean, KARASHIMA Noboru (辛島昇)

Symposium Ⅲ: Lin Hsi-i’s 林希逸 Commentaries on the Lao-tzu 老子, Chuang-tzu 荘子, and Lieh-tzu 列子 (San-tzu Yen-chai k‘ou-i ) and Early Modern Culture in Three Countries of East Asia, IKEDA Tomohisa (池田知久)

Symposium Ⅳ: Mahyna Buddhism: Its Origins and Reality―On the Basis of Recent Controversy and Achievements, SAITO Akira (斎藤明)

East Asian Art History Session, KOBAYASHI Tadashi (小林忠)

Seminar Ⅰ: History and culture of Edo: Chushingura―Its formation and reception, INOUE Eimei (井上英明)

Seminar Ⅱ: Developments in the Geography of Modern China and the Emergence of Fresh Knowledge on the Border Question, HAMASHITA Takeshi (濱下武志)

Lectures at the Kansai Session (abstracts):

TS‘AI I (蔡毅): Ch‘ing 清 merchants in Nagasaki 長崎 and Chinese verse in Edo 江戸-period Japan

HINO Tatsuo (日野龍夫): Motoori Norinaga’s 本居宣長 commentaries on the classics


 No. 47 (Published Dec. 2002)

The 47th International Conference of Eastern Studies Opening Addresses and Congratulatory Message

Special Lecture (full text):

RYBAKOV, Rostislav B. : The present state of Oriental studies in Russia

Research Papers (full texts):

PENG Dunwen (彭敦文): 抗戦時期国民党的体制変化与組織状況 (Systemic modification and organizational situation of the Nationalist Party during the war against Japan)

WATTLES, Miriam: The daimyo commission of Hanabusa Itcho’s 英一蝶 “Bugaku 舞楽 Dancers”: Profligate waste or ennobling taste

BECKWITH, Christopher I. : On Korean and Tungusic elements in the Koguryo 高句麗 Language

Other Reports Delivered (abstracts):

QIN Xiaoli (秦小麗): Regional movements in the process of state formation in early China: Principally pottery movements in the Erh-li-t‘ou 二里頭 period

OKAMURA Hidenori (岡村秀典): The place of Erh-li-t‘ou culture in the formation of the state

IIJIMA Taketsugu (飯島武次): Erh-li-t‘ou culture in relation to the Hsia 夏 and Yin 殷 dynasties

CHANG Jui-te (張瑞徳): Distancing control: A study of Chiang Kai-shek’s 蒋介石 personal orders

SASAGAWA Yuji (笹川裕史): Requisition of provisions and conscription of troops under Chungking 重慶 administration rule: Total war and the integration of rural society

OGAWA Hiromitsu (小川裕充): Art and national identity in modern East Asia: Tracing interchange in Chinese paintings and their listings

WANG Yong (王勇): “The book road”: Collators beyond borders

ZHAO Shengliang (趙声良): Spacial construction in T‘ang 唐 dynasty Pure Land representations of incidents from the sutras

JI Kang-yi (池江伊): The Bhaisajyaguru Triad on Mt. Pango 防禦山 in Korea

KANG Soyon (姜素妍): The revival of Buddhism in the early Choson 朝鮮 period and its interpretative principles: With reference to the painting of a Buddha pentad preserved at Jurin-ji 十輪時 temple in Hyogo 兵庫 prefecture

MURASHIGE Yasushi (村重寧): Portrait paintings: The question of “likeness”

SEO Kyoung-sook (徐景淑): An investigation of Korean cylindrical inlaid celadon tea bowls: Their place in relation to Korean ceramics

CHEN Daming (陳達明): Representations of the “Seven Sages of the Bamboo Grove”: From the viewpoint of comparing Japanese and Chinese painting

KIM Jungseon (金正善): On Fujishima Takeji’s 藤島武二 Flower Basket : The image of Korea seen in his painting of a woman from the second decade of the twentieth century

ROZYCKI, William V. : Two Japanese-Manchu lexical correspondences

KIYOSE Gisaburo N. (清瀬義三郎): The relationship among the languages of the Korean Three Kingdoms, proto-Japanese, and Tungusic based on historical sources

WANG Xiaoping (王暁平): “A Japanese elegy” and written prayers from Tun-huang 敦煌

HORIMOTO Kazushige (堀本一繁): Interpreting the Moko shurai ekotoba 蒙古襲来絵詞

ITO Koji (伊藤幸司): Hakata 博多 Zen 禅 and foreign relations

HIDEMURA Kenji (秀村研二): Korea and northern Kyushu 九州 from a cultural anthropological perspective

Chairpersons’ Reports::

Symposium Ⅰ: Formation of Kingship in China: An Examination of the Erh-li-t‘ou Culture, KOMINAMI Ichiro (小南一郎)

Symposium Ⅱ: The Chongqing Nationalist Government during the Sino-Japanese War, YAMADA Tatsuo (山田辰雄)

Symposium Ⅲ: Transmission of Cultural Properties in East Asia: Paintings and Books, IKEDA On (池田温)

Art History Session, KOBAYASHI Tadashi & DONOHASHI Akio (小林 忠・百橋明穂)

Seminar Ⅰ: The Relationship of Proto-Japanese and Languages of the Asian Mainland, KIYOSE Gisaburo N. (清瀬義三郎)

Seminar Ⅱ: History and Culture of Tsukushi 筑紫, KUMEKAWA Mitsuki (粂川光樹)

Lectures at the Kansai Session (abstracts):

VITA, Silvio: Buddhist “canonical” collections in modern Japan: From tradition to academic scholarship

IKEDA Shuzo (池田秀三): The interpretation and theory of the Ch‘un-ch‘iu Tso-shih-chuan 春秋左氏伝 in the Later Han 後漢 period


 No. 46 (Published Dec. 2001)

The 46th International Conference of Eastern Studies Opening Addresses and Congratulatory Message

Research Papers (full texts):

CHAFFEE, John W. : Empress-regents under the Song 宋: Power, authority and the feminine

WONG Shuk-han, Mary (黄淑嫻): 五、六十年代香港電影中的跨國身份初探 (Transnational identity of Hong Kong cinema in the 1950s and 60s)

CHAI Shengfang (柴生芳): A study of wall paintings in tombs of the Eastern Wei 東魏 and Northern Qi 北斉 periods in China: Focusing on images of the tomb occupant

MASUDA Erika (増田えりか): Siam’s diplomacy toward China in the Thonburi period (1767-1782) and the ‘Sinicization’ during the early Rattanakosin period (1782-1854)

Chairpersons’ Reports:

Symposium Ⅰ: New Perspectives on the Study of Sung Chinese History, IHARA Hiroshi (伊原弘)

Symposium Ⅱ: Formation of the Hong Kong Identity, FUJII Shozo (藤井省三)

Art History Section, KOBAYASHI Tadashi (小林忠)

Seminar Ⅰ: Modern China from Periphery, HAMASHITA Takeshi (濱下武志)

Seminar Ⅱ: Nishiwaki Junzaburo 西脇順三郎 and Modernism in Japan, KUMEKAWA Mitsuki (粂川光樹)

Lectures at the Kansai Session (summary):

WANG Xiaolin (王小林): On the development of Japanese anciet religious system and Chinese thought

MIURA Kunio (三浦國雄): The picture of an intellectual of modern Okinawa

CHAFFEE, John W. : The political and social evolution of the Song 宋 imperial clan


 No. 45 (Published Jan. 2001)

The 45th International Conference of Eastern Studies Opening Addresses and Congratulatory Message

Research Papers (full texts):

YANG Tianshi (楊天石): 盧溝橋事変前蒋介石的対日謀略――以蒋氏日記為中心所作的考察 (Jiang Jieshi’s strategy on Japan before the Lugouqiao incident: A research based on Jiang’s diary)

LU Fang-shang (呂芳上): 中央与地方: 抗戦前蒋介石中央化的策略――以蒋介石与広東陳済棠関係為例的探討 (Center and regions: The centralization of Chiang Kai-shek’s strategy prior to the Sino-Japanese war―A case study of the relationship between Chiang Kai-shek and Ch‘en Chi-t‘ang)

GULACSI, Zsuzsanna: Manichaean art in Berlin Collections: Announcing the publication of the first comprehensive catalogue of positively identified Turfan Manichaean works of art

CARR, Kevin Gray: Medieval illustrations of the life of Prince Shotoku 聖徳太子 and the significance of large-format hanging scrolls

Chairpersons’ Reports:

Symposium Ⅰ: The Nanjing Nationalist Government and Jiang Jieshi 蒋介石, YAMADA Tatsuo (山田辰雄)

Symposium Ⅱ: Tun-huang and Turfan Studies: History, Language, and Art, IKEDA On (池田温)

Symposium Ⅲ: Maturity of Cultural Circles in Prewar Taipei, FUJII Shozo (藤井省三)

Art History Section, AKIYAMA Terukazu & KOBAYASHI Tadashi (秋山光和・小林 忠)

Seminar Ⅰ: Studies on English-Chinese Dictionaries, HIDA Yoshifumi (飛田良文)

Seminar Ⅱ: Some Problems of Japanese Myth, INOUE Eimei (井上英明)

Seminar Ⅲ: Medieval Japanese Society in Comparative Perspective, KANAI Madoka (金井圓)

Lectures at the Kansai Session (summary):

RAMBELLI, Fabio: The management of chaos: Theory and practice of iconoclasm in Japan

UCHIYAMA Toshihiko (内山俊彦): Ho Hsiu’s 何休 interpretations of history


 No. 44 (Published Jan. 2000)

The 44th International Conference of Eastern Studies Opening Addresses and Congratulatory Message

Research Papers (full texts):

PENG Hao (彭浩): 望山、包山、郭店楚墓的発掘与楚文化 (Chu tombs unearthed at Wangshan, Baoshan, and Guodian and Chu culture)

WAGNER, Rudolf G. : The impact of conceptions of rhetoric and style upon the formation of early Laozi 老子 editions: Evidence from Guodian 郭店, Mawangdui 馬王堆 and the Wang Bi 王弼 Laozi

ZHANG Xin (張欣): 張我軍和「大東亜文学者大会」 (The 1940s: Zhang Wojun and the Greater East Asia Literary Congress)

LIPPIT, Yukio M. : The surrogate signature in seventeenth-century Japan

Chairpersons’ Reports:

Symposium Ⅰ: Aspects of Pre-Qin 先秦 Culture Seen from Chu 楚 Slips, IKEDA Tomohisa (池田知久)

Symposium Ⅱ: Chinese Writers’ Experiences in the “Imperial Capital” of Tokyo, FUJII Shozo (藤井省三)

Art History Section, AKIYAMA Terukazu (秋山光和)

Seminar Ⅰ: Japanese Literature in the 1880’s: East Meets West, KUMEKAWA Mitsuki (粂川光樹)

Seminar Ⅱ: The Kamakura 鎌倉 Shogunate: New Approaches, KANAI Madoka (金井圓)

Lectures at the Kansai Session (summary):

PENG Hao (彭 浩): Comparing the copies of Laozi 老子 written on bamboo tablets and silk

MIMAKI Katsumi (御牧克己): Tibetan elephant-herding picture revisited


 No. 43 (Published Dec. 1998)

The 43rd International Conference of Eastern Studies Opening Addresses and Congratulatory Message

Special Lectures (summary):

YAMADA Tatsuo (山田辰雄): 20th-century China, historical continuity and institutionalization

FUKUDA Hideichi (福田秀一): Musashino 武蔵野 as depicted in art and literature

Research Papers (full texts):

ZIMMERMANN, Michael: A second Tibetan translation of the Tathagatagarbhasutra in the Newark manuscript Kanjur from Bathang: A translation of the early period (snga dar)

KATZ, Janice: The career of Tawaraya Sosetsu 俵屋宗雪: From the Tawaraya atelier to Maeda 前田 patronage

LYNN, Hyung Gu: Ariyoshi Chuichi 有吉忠一 and colonial period Korea

ESPOSITO, Monica: The different versions of the Secret of the Golden Flower (太乙金華宗旨) and their relationship with the Longmen 龍門 school

Reports of the Seminars:

Seminar Ⅰ: Asian Responses to the Problems of the Environment and Energy Consumption, ETO Shinkichi (衞藤瀋吉)

Seminar Ⅱ: Modern Japanese Literature and Christianity, KUMEKAWA Mitsuki (粂川光樹)

Seminar Ⅲ: Japan and the Treaty Powers around 1860, KANAI Madoka (金井圓)

Lectures at the Kansai Session (summary):

GE Zhaoguang (葛兆光): Yaodao 妖道 and yaoshu 妖術: The criticism of Taoism in Chinese fictions, history, and reality

KUWAYAMA Shoshin (桑山正進): Stupas and Roman mausolea


 No. 42 (Published Jan. 1998)

The 42nd International Conference of Eastern Studies

Special Lectures (summary):

HIJIYA-KIRSCHNEREIT, Irmela: Why shishosetsu 私小説?

MATSUMARU Michio (松丸道雄): New developments in the question of the origins of Han-tzu 漢字

Research Reports:

McCORMICK, Melissa: The Utatane soshi emaki うたたね草紙絵巻 and representations of female subjectivity in the Muromachi period

LIM Nam-su (林南寿): Some observations regarding the relocation of Koryuji 広隆寺 temple

MAREE, Claire: Gender representation in Japanese-English dictionaries used by Japanese-as-a-foreign-language (JFL) learners: A survey of basic verbs, basic adjectives and illustrations

JUDGE, Joan: Citizens or mothers of citizens? : Reimagining femininity in late Qing 清 Chinese women’s textbooks

BATBAYAR, Tsedendamba: The Soviet-Japanese relations and diplomacy before the outbreak of the Khalkhin-Gol battle (1935-1936)

Summary of Other Reports Delivered:

KAMAL, M. Mostafa: The hedonism in ancient India: A survey of an ethical aspect

MUROJI Yoshihito (室寺義仁): The formulation and interpretation of the agama on birth and

DEEGALLE, Mahinda: Two-pulpit preaching: Ritual innovations in Sinhala Buddhism

SINGH, Gurbakhsh: Buddhism in modern India

WANG Ts‘ui-ling (王翠玲): Yung-ming Yen-shou 永明延寿 and Wu-yüeh 呉越 Buddhism

GUELBERG, Niels: The venerable Myoe 明恵 of Togano’o 栂尾 (Koben 高弁) and his koshiki 講式

JEON Young Mi (全英美): Wabi わび and autumn wind in Basho’s 芭蕉 Nozarashi kiko

COMEE, Stephen: How poetic allusion and techniques in noh enhance the dramatic effect of the plays in performance, as exemplified by Komparu Zenchiku’s 金春禅竹 Yokihi 楊貴妃

COMPTON, June: From the sublime to the raucous: A new perspective on female characters in noh and kyogen 狂言 viewed through the aesthetic of modoki 擬き

RYU, Catherine: An examination of the formation of “Heian 平安 court women’s writing” as a literary genre

ONO Hiroshi (小野寛): Otomo no Yakamochi’s 大伴家持 “Poem Grieving over the Transitory World” (悲世間無常歌)

BAUER, Estelle, An analysis of the composition of continuous images in relation to the viewing device: Centering on the Ban Dainagon emaki 伴大納言絵巻

LEE Soyoung (李昭玲): The ceramics of Choson period Korea & Western Japan: Archaeology, art history & cultural history

KOBAYASHI Tadashi (小林忠): Tradition and individuality in the work of the ukiyo-e 浮世絵 painter Hiroshige 広重

SCREECH, Timon: Falling down or flying off? Panoramic vision and the Kiyomizu-no-butai 清水の舞台

DAVIS, Julie Nelson: Drawing charming features: Utamaro 歌麿 and bijinga 美人画

GUAN Wenna (官文娜): Intermarriage within close relatives in ancient Japan: A comparative study with ancient China

ZHOU Changshan (周長山): The li 里 of the Han 漢 age

JIANG Lequn (蔣楽群): “The state” and “the realm under heaven”: The ideological standpoints of the debate on salt and iron

KOGACHI Ryuichi (古勝隆一): Liu Hsiang’s 劉向 Hsü-lu 叙録 and the prefaces by commentators of the Later Han 後漢, Wei 魏 and Chin 晋 periods

GUAN Jianping (関剣平): The initial stage of tea banquets in ancient China

SHENG, Angela: New understandings of Turfan textiles: Society, culture and technology in Tang 唐 China

ERMAKOVA, Lioudmila: Mythological concept of the early Japanese state and function of words in the emperors’ edicts given in Shoku Nihongi 続日本紀

HUDSON, Mark J.: Ainu ethnogenesis and the northern Fujiwara (奥州藤原氏)

SEGAWA SEIGLE, Cecilia: Adoption of daughters by Tokugawa 徳川 shogun and their marriages: The case of Yoshimune 吉宗

CHANG Mei-chen (張美珍): The Taiwan Sotokufu’s 台湾総督府 (Government-General of Taiwan) policy for Japan-bound Taiwanese students

COVELL, Stephen G.: Religion and law in Japan today: The role of law in shaping religious organizations

SIGNORINI, Ilaria : Shinzen kekkonshiki 神前結婚式 (Shinto wedding ceremony) in modern Japan

FUESS, Harald: Nineteenth-century divorce: An indicator of gender relations?

WALDICHUK, Thomas: The changing demand for and provision of leisure facilities and social services for retirement-aged people in bedroom communities of Japan: A case study of Ushiku 牛久 city

DANIELS, Inge: Shamoji しゃもじ: The rice scoop as a complex cultural form in Japanese society

FALERO FOLGOSO, Alfonso: Tsumi 罪: A comparative approach to the Shinto view of man

REZRAZI, El Mostafa: Ajia Gikai 亜細亜議会 as the first institutional frame for the Islamo-Japanese connections during the Meiji 明治 and Taisho 大正 eras

SCHLICHTMANN, Klaus: Japan, Germany and Shidehara 幣原 diplomacy

LI Honghui (李弘慧): On the comprehensive research by the Research Department of the South Manchuria Railway Company

ZENG Ying (曽纓): A Chinese American community in a non-Chinatown setting: The San Diego Chinese American community as a case study

USPENSKY, Vladimir L.: Printing of books in Tibetan and Mongolian in Beijing under the Qing 清 dynasty

HE Qunxiong (何群雄): Art, science and universal rationalist grammar: The grammatical thoughts of the Chinese language in the works by R. Morrison, J. Edkins and Ma Jianzhong 馬建忠

ARAKAWA Kiyohide (荒川清秀): The sources of Chinese equivalents in Lobscheid’s English-Chinese Dictionary : With a focus on geographical terms

JIANG Lin (江 林): The exchange of modern terminology between China and Japan in the early Meiji 明治 era: Based on the words in Wan-kuo Kung-pao 万国公報 and Meiroku Zasshi 明六雑誌

FERDOWSI, Ali: Love and remembrance: Apotheosis of love in Ruzbehan’s Abhar al-Asheqin

Nai Pan Hla: The Dvaravati Old Mons & the New Mon immigrants in ThaiLand

KOMATSU Hisao (小松久男): ‘Sarts’ or ‘Turkistanlilar’: Debate on group names in pre-revolutionary Central Asia

MOZUMDER, M. Abul Kashem: The state of public sector management in Bangladesh: A critical review

NAITO Masao (内藤雅雄): Recent political changes in Bombay (Mumbai) and the Shiv Sena

LI Tingjiang (李廷江): Li Hongzhang 李鴻章 and the invitation of Japanese advisers

YU Hong (于紅): The evolution of Chinese nationalism and Shidehara’s 幣原 diplomacy: Focusing on the 1925 Qingdao 青島 labor incident

LU Xijun (鹿錫俊): The Chinese national government’s international political view and its policies toward Japan and the Soviet Union, 1931-1932: A study concentrating on the process of renewal of the diplomatic relationship with the Soviet Union

MIZUHA Nobuo (水羽信男): The reorganization of Chinese intellectuals under the wartime regime: With reference to the composition of the China Democratic League (中国民主同盟)

DUCKE, Isa: Remaining problems in Japanese-Korean relations

AHMED, Imtiaz: South Asian diaspora in Japan: The work paradigm reviewed

TANAKA Kyoko (田中恭子): Singapore Chinese view of China: A case study of Lee Kuan Yew

GILSON, Julie Ann: The Asia-Europe Meeting and the problematique of regionalism

McVEIGH, Brian: Seken 世間: The sociopsychology of being observed in Japan’s political economy

OLIVER, Chris: Interculturalism in Japan: A glance from the present

MERVIÖ, Mika Markus: Globalization changing the international relations of Japan and Japanese society

HSIEH Li (謝茘): A comparison of gift exchanges in funerary rites in rural Japan and China: An examination of funerary records

Summary of the Lectures at the Kansai Session:

FOGEL, Joshua A.: Modern Japanese travelogues of China (1862-1945)

MANO Eiji (間野英二): Recent advances in research on Central Asian history


Seminar Ⅰ: “Business Organization and Economic Friction in Early 20th-Century”

NAVAILH, Paul: The Shanghai Japanese community’s attitude toward Chinese economic and politicl activism

GERTH, Karl: Economic nationalism and the rise of the national products movement in early twentieth-century China

GOTO-SHIBATA Harumi (後藤春美): Japanese and British perceptions of anti-Japanese boycotts in Shanghai, 1928-31

HAMASHITA Takeshi (濱下武志): Chairman’s comment

Seminar Ⅱ: “Images of Foreigners in Modern Japanese Literature”

TSURUTA Kin’ya (鶴田欣也): A Westerner in Tanizaki Jun’ichiro 谷崎潤一郎

GOOSSEN, Ted: Images of black men in postwar Japanese fiction

OKAMATSU Kazuo (岡松和夫): A study of the stories written by Japanese emigrants to Brazil

KUMEKAWA Mitsuki (粂川光樹): Chairman’s comment

Seminar Ⅲ: “When Did the Bakumatsu 幕末 Period Start? : Japan in the Mid-19th Century”

HELLYER, Robert I. : “Bakumatsu ”: Through the lens of trade: Satsuma 薩摩 success, bakufu 幕府 failure

INUZUKA Takaaki (犬塚孝明): Domanial diplomacy and the international perspective of Satsuma 薩摩 and Choshu 長州 in the Bakumatsu period: In terms of their countermovement against the bakufu

IWASHITA Tetsunori (岩下哲典): The bakufu and foreign intelligence around the 1850s, especially on the Opium War, the royal message of Willem II and the Perry expedition to Japan

KANAI Madoka (金井圓): Chairman’s comment


 No. 41 (Published Dec. 1996)

The 41st International Conference of Eastern Studies

Special Lectures (summary):

MURAKAMI Tetsumi (村上哲見): The publication of Chinese-language books during the Edo period: The San-t‘i shih 三体詩 and T‘ang-shih hsuan 唐詩選

TAKASAKI Jikido (髙﨑直道): The merits and demerits of the Chinese Buddhist canon

Research Reports:

DEEGALLE, Mahinda: Buddhist preaching: Rethinking of history of religions categories

NAGASHIMA Yoichi (長島要一): ‘Point of view’ in Mori Ogai’s 森鴎外 works: Means of manipulation

TREDE, Melanie: The ordering vision: A study in the social function of early Edo period narrative painting as seen in an album of fan-shaped paintings

WATT, Lori: Telegraphs in Meiji 明治 Japan: State control and communications’ sovereignty

WU Yue (伍躍): Administrative costs of local governments during the Ming-Qing period

Summary of Other Reports Delivered:

SINGH, Gurbakhsh: Moral standard in Sikh ethics

NISHIMOTO Teruma (西本照真): Was it essential for the San-chieh-chiao 三階教 spiritual training to preserve the precepts and to sit in meditation?

CHEN Jinhua (陳金華): Chinese or Japanese: A reexamination of the provenance and dates of a group of Esoteric texts related to the “three kinds of attainments”

NAKA Sumio (中純夫): A study on Wang Ji 王畿 (1498-1583) and his activities in academic circles

SOKOLOVA-DELUSINA, Tatiana L.: Interrelations between kokoro 心 and shizen 自然 in waka 和歌 and haiku 俳句 poetry

TAGUCHI Akiko (田口章子): The genealogy of Sadakuro’s 定九郎 form: With reference to pictorial materials

ZHENG Guohe (鄭国和): From patriotism to imperialism: A study of the political ideals of Kajin no kigu 佳人之奇遇

HUNG Chieh-ch‘ing (洪潔清): The clash between young Mori Ogai’s 森鴎外 dreams and the reality he faced: An examination of Maihime 舞姫, Utakatanoki うたかたの記 and Fumizukai 文づかひ

LI Qing (李青): Literary circles in Manchukuo as seen through Liang Shanding’s 梁山丁 literary activities

SAKAMOTO, Gen Paul: Paintings of Toto Tenjin 渡唐天神 during the 15th century

TRINH, Khanh: The flower-and-bird painting of Nagasawa Rosetsu 長沢蘆雪

SATO Yasuhiro (佐藤康宏): Crossing Sharaku 写楽

YENNE, Julia: Reflecting reality: Mid-Meiji period appraisal of the work of Maruyama Okyo 丸山応挙

LIU Xiaolu (劉曉路): Omura Seigai 大村西崖 and Chen Shizeng 陳師曽: Two advocates who made literati painting come back to life in the modern period

SHIN Jong Dae (申宗大): On the public communicator in the Kamakura 鎌倉 shogunate: An attempt to clear up the concepts of shisha 使者 and hikyaku 飛脚

CH‘EN Wei-p‘ing (陳衛平): Yokoi Shonan’s 横井小楠 view of China

THAL, Sarah E.: Shaping modern Kompira 金比羅 belief: Amulets and the establishment of an official confraternity in early Meiji

DUDDEN, Alexis Bray: Speaking international words: Meiji Japan’s engagement in the vocabulary of international law

YATANI Choichiro (矢谷暢一郎): Japanese media personnel: An attitudinal survey

KOJO Yoshiko (古城佳子): Increasing economic interdependence and state policy options: The political economics of redressing the imbalance of international payments

CHEN Jie (陳捷): Kishida Ginko 岸田吟香 as publisher and bookseller in China: An analysis of Rakuzendo 楽善堂 (Leshantang) book catalogues

TANIGAKI Mariko (谷垣真理子): Anglo-Chinese relations pertaining to the return of Hong Kong

ZENG Ying (曽纓): The changing identity of Chinese-American women

SCHLICHTMANN, Klaus: Japan and the two Hague peace conferences, 1899 and 1907

HUANG Xiaofen (黄曉芬): Changes in tomb styles during the Han 漢 period: The trend towards more open tomb structures

GUAN Jianping (関剣平): Crab of the Song 宋 dynasty: A synthetic study centering on its edibility

LI Xiaodong (李曉東): Constitutional monarchy of Yang Du 楊度 in the period before the 1911 Chinese revolution

ISHIKAWA Hiroshi (石川洋): Chinese anarchism in the late Ch‘ing 清 and early Republican era: Li Shih-tseng 李石曽 and Shih Fu 師復

ZHANG Si (張思): Farming cooperation in a northern village of modern China: The datao 搭套 practice in Shajing 沙井, Shunyi 順義 district

ZHANG Rongmei (張栄湄): Assimilation of Western learning from Chinese translations of Western scientific works in the period of Japan’s national isolation: The age of early Sino-Western learning

CHIANG Lin (江林): On the formation of Chinese modern terminology: An investigation of the words in The Church News (教会新報)

LI Changbo (李長波): On the linguistic studies of Minagawa Kien 皆川淇園 (1734-1807): His perspective on language

ZHANG Qin (張勤): On the strategy of performing and understanding utterances in Modern Chinese and Japanese: An approach by comparing the final particle of Modern Chinese and Japanese

PLATT, Brian: School, community, and state-building in nineteenth-century Japan

SLATER, David H. : Diversity in Japanese secondary education and the formation of distinct class cultures

GROSSHANS, Geoffrey: Inside his own imagination: The myth of Lafcadio Hearn’s “First Day in the Orient”

SMITH, Donald: Obstacles to Korean-Japanese solidarity in the prewar Kyushu coal mines

IMMOOS, Thomas: Gracia Hosokawa 細川ガラシャ: Heroine of an opera 1698

COHEN, Aaron M. : The stage is the world: Socioeconomic annals of theatrical and musical performances in the international communities of Japan’s treaty ports around the time of the Meiji Restoration

HOOVER, William D. : Kawakami Kiyoshi 河上清: A prewar Japanese journalist’s view of China and Japan’s role in that country

RINGHOFER, Manfred: Forgotten refugees: History and present situation of Bhutanese refugees

Nai Pan Hla: Old terra-cotta votive tablets and new theories on history of old Burma

KODAMA Nozomi (児玉望): Comparative morphology of immigrant Marathi-Konkani dialects in ex-South Kanara district

Summary of the Lectures at the Kansai Session:

DUQUENNE, Robert: The glorification of the Buddha and solar symbolism in Japanese religions

UMEHARA Kaoru (梅原郁): Internal and external aspects of the lü-ling 律令: The establishment and transmission of the T‘ang 唐 code


Seminar Ⅰ: “Transformation of the Traditional Political System in East Asian International Relations”

TITARENKO, Mikhail L. : Vitality and stability of Chinese civilization: Prerequisite for China’s progress in reforms and modernization

FURUTA Motoo (古田元夫): Vietnam and legacies of the traditional East Asian international system

MOTEGI Toshio (茂木敏夫): China’s response to the transformation of the traditional international system and its underlying logic

ETO Shinkichi (衞藤瀋吉): Chairman’s comment

Seminar Ⅱ: “Mappo 末法 Thought in Japanese Literature”

MISUMI Yoichi (三角洋一): Eschatology and narrative literature

GUELBERG, Niels: The literary works of Tendai 天台 abbot Jien 慈円 (1155-1225) and his idea of the latter days of the dharma

KIM Soon-hee (金 順姫): Mappo thought in narrative literature

FUKUDA Hideichi (福田秀一): Chairman’s comment

Seminar Ⅲ: “The Emergence and Development of Classical Kingship in Japan”

OGUCHI Masashi (小口雅史): The reign of Keitai 継体 and the establishment of preeminent kingship

PIGGOTT, Joan R.: The emergence of classical kingship and court society in Japan

ARAKI Toshio (荒木敏夫): Royal marital practice in early Japan: A comparative view

KANAI Madoka (金井圓): Chairman’s comment