Wednesday, March 14, 2018

The Second Annual Early Medieval China Group Mini-Conference

March 22, 2018

Room Wilson C, Mezzanine Level of the Marriot Wardman Park Hotel


9:00-9:05 Opening Remarks: Keith Knapp, President

Panel 1, Fan Ye’s Hou Han shu 後漢書

9:05-9:30 Zhang Feng 张峰, Northwest University 西北大學
“Fan Ye’s Criticism of Ban Gu, with special reference to the Disquisition (lunyue 论曰) in Chapter Forty of the Book of Later Han (Houhanshu 后汉书)”

9:35-10:00 Sebastian Eicher, LMU Ludwig Maximillian University
“De-legitimizing a Contender: Fan Ye's narrative of the Gengshi-Emperor”

10:05-10:30 Shu-hui Wu, Mississippi State University
“Fan Ye’s Technique of Mutual Referencing (hujianfa 互見法)” in Narrating Emperor Guangwu’s Victories Over Wei Ao and Gongsun Shu”

10:30-10:45 Break

10:45-11:10 Qu Bing-rui 曲柄睿, Beijing Normal University
“On the Image of Diwu Lun and Fan Ye’s Political Perception of the Eastern Han and Liu Song periods  第五伦形象建构与范晔对东汉、刘宋政治风格的认识”

11:15-11:40 Zhu Luchuan 朱露川, Ph.D. candidate, Beijing Normal University and University of British Columbia
“Historiographical Criticisms as Reflected in the Annotations of the Book of Han (Hanshu 汉书) by Yan Shigu 颜师古 (581-645) and the Book of Later Han (Houhanshu 后汉书) by Li Xian 李贤 (655-684)”

11:45-1:00 Lunch break

Panel 2, Classical Studies, Historiography, and Religion

1:05-1:30 Huang Zhen 黃楨, Sichuan University

1:30-2:00 Pauli Tashima, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
“The Illusion of “Unification” and “Synthesis”: Early Medieval Zuo Tradition Commentators in the Hands of the Wujing zhengyi Commission”

2:05-2:30 Maria (Masha) Kobzeva, Ph.D. candidate, University of Wisconsin, Madison
“Dreams by Others: Non-Han Traditions of Dream Interpretation”

2:35-3:00 Yang Wu, Ph.D. candidate, Arizona State University
“Devoting Filial Piety to Celestial Spirits: The Ritual Patterns of Paternity in the Prehistory of Daoist Lingbao Tradition”

3:00-3:15 Break

Panel 3, Communication and Literature

3:20-3:45 Meow Hui Goh, Ohio State University
“Intercepting Reality: The Power of Fake News in Early Medieval China”

3:50-4:15 Thomas Donnelly Noel 牛微爾, University of Vermont
“Searching for the Duke of Kangle: The Evocation of Xie Lingyun in the Poetry of the High Tang”

Business meeting

4:20-5:00 Early Medieval China Group business meeting, chaired by Keith Knapp

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