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Sunday, December 7, 2014

[Conference] From Shuihuidi to Liye : Forty years of archeological discoveries and their significance for Chinese History

Venue:
Collège de France

Schedule: 

12.18.2014-12.19.2014


Thursday 18 : New Perspectives on Ancient China : Researches on Qin and Han Excavated Texts.



Morning :
  • 10h-13h : Qin-Han excavated texts reading session lead by Professors Robin Yates and Anthony Barbieri-Low : Zhangjiashan 張家山 legal documents and Liye 里耶 administrative documents.
Afternoon : 14h-15h30
  • Alain Thote : “Early Chinese Manuscripts Discovered in Tombs : the Case of Rishu 日書.”
  • Marc Kalinowski : “Some remarks on the relationship between the Qin and Han excavated legal texts and daybook text type manuscripts.” 
  • Marianne Bujard : "Rishu within the scope of Qin and Han religion.”
16h-17h30
  • Enno Giele : “Administrative Documents from Jianshui 肩水.”
  • Eric Trombert : “Was the farming system of the military settlements (屯田 / 軍屯) really sustainable ? About an unpublished manuscript from Juyan 居延.”
  • Arnaud Bertrand : “Excavating the eastern administrative border of Dunhuang imperial commandery during the former Han dynasty.”
17h30-18h
  • General discussion
Friday 19 : From Shuihudi to Liye, from law on paper to law in practice ?
Morning (9-12) :
  • “Forms of Legislation during the Qin and Han,” the different types of laws, including statutes, ordinances, precedents, etc., by Robin Yates
  • “The Evolution of Statutory Law from the Qin to the Han,” with highlight on some of the continuities from the Qin laws to the Tang Code, by Anthony Barberi-Low.
Afternoon (14-17) : discussion, animated by three short presentations
  • Jérôme Bourgon : From the redemption of punishments to their commutation and abolition : questions about “changes” and “progress” of the Chinese legal system under Qing and Han dynasty
  • Frédéric Constant : The “Confucianization of law”, after the toppling of the “cruel Legalist dynasty of Qin” : An outdated historical myth?
  • Luca Gabbiani : “Contracts” in Chinese history: some remarks and questions.

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