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[公告] 「港台學術資訊」不是我的微博

Monday, April 18, 2016

[Conference] Forming Chinese Culture: From The Age Of Confucius To The Early Imperial Age

Venue:
Stanford University

Thursday, April 21      

2:30 pm           Opening remarks: Gordon Chang 

2:45 pm           Session 1         
Discussant: Liu Li (Stanford)             Translator: Xiao Rao (Stanford)

Changping Zhang (Wuhan University) - The First Emperor’s Unification of China: The Cultural Foundation as Materially Manifested in the Yangzi River Region

Kunzhang Ji (Shanxi Provincial Institute of Archaeology) - The Rise and Fall of Bronze Art During the Eastern Zhou Period: A Case Study of the Development of Jin State Bronzes

Xiuzhen Li (Emperor Qinshihuang’s Mausoleum Site Museum) – Ritual and Functional: Bronze Weapons for the Qin Terra-cotta Army

4:45 pm           End of Public Conference Activities for First Day

Friday, April 22          

9:00 am           Opening

9:15 am           Session 2         
Discussant: Charles Sanft (University of Tennessee, Knoxville)

Min Li (UCLA) - The Countryside of the Lu City: Landscape Archaeology at Qufu, China

Li Liu & Jiajing Wang (Stanford) - The Origins and Development of Drinking Rituals in Ancient China

10:45 am         Break

11:00 am         Session 3         
Discussant: Griet Vankeerberghen (McGill University)

Yiqun Zhou (Stanford) - Writing Female Suicide in Early China

Liang Cai (University of Notre Dame) - Fighting against the Bureaucratic Hierarchy: the Formation of Confucian Elites in Early Imperial China 

12:30 pm         Lunch for Panelists 

2:00 pm           Session 4         
Discussant: Yiqun Zhou (Stanford)

Griet Vankeerberghen (McGill University) - Kingdoms and Noble Domains After the Establishment of Empire in 221 BCE: An Attempt at Reconceptualization

Charles Sanft (University of Tennessee, Knoxville) - Literate Community in the Han Dynasty Border Regions

3:30 pm           Break

3:45 pm           Session 5         
Discussant: Liang Cai (University of Notre Dame)

Thomas Bartlett (Stanford) - New Perspective on the Philosopher Mozi and His Critics in Warring States China

Jesse Chapman (Stanford) - From Celestial Journey to Textual Journey: Zhang Heng's "Contemplating the Mystery"

5:15 pm           Closing Remarks: Xiaoneng Yang

5:30 pm           End of Public Conference Activities for Second Day

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