Sunday, September 23, 2018

劉向本戰國策の文献学的研究:二劉校書研究序説

Author:
秋山陽一郎 (Yoichiro Akiyama)

Publisher:
朋友書店

Publication date:
July 2018



Table of Contents:

序論
一 《戰國策》の史料的価値
二 劉向以前の《戰國策》の伝本
三 《戰國策》の資料的性格の問題

第一章 劉向校書以前における書物の通行形態
はじめに
第一節 問題の所在
第二節 篇章の混乱
第三節 書題・篇題の問題
第四節 出土文献における一書の範囲
第五節 劉向の校書以前から定着していた古文献の例
馬王堆三号漢墓出土帛書群の体裁的特徴
篇題木牘に見る劉向校書前本の実態
第六節 劉向新定本中に内在する先行著作群
小結
【附表】主要出土篇目一覧

第二章 劉向新定本の特徴と編集基準
はじめに
第一節 問題の所在
第二節 劉向書籍整理法検討の重要性
第三節 章學誠の劉向校讐説
以人類書説と互著・別裁説
九流出於王官説と古時官師合一説

第三章 姚本戰國策考
第一節 劉向本から曾鞏本までの諸問題
一 漢唐間の伝承過程
二 唐宋間の散佚と曾鞏本
三 鄭良樹氏の今本脱文説と何晉氏の批判
四 南宋の姚宏本と鮑彪本
第二節 劉向本と劉向以前本の特徴
一 《荀子》楊倞新目と劉向旧目にみる劉向本の構成上の特徴
二 《戰國縦橫家書》にみる劉向以前本《戰國策》の特徴
第三節 姚本《戰國策》の内部構造
結語

第四章 劉向以前本戰國策への復元
はじめに
第一節 三十三篇の分篇について
第二節 東周策・西周策(2篇4群)
第三節 秦策(5篇13群)
第四節 齊策(6篇11群)
第五節 楚策(4篇9群)
第六節 趙策(4篇17群)
第七節 魏策(4篇15群)
第八節 韓策(3篇10群)
第九節 燕策(3篇6群)
第十節 宋衞策(1篇2群)
第十一節 中山策(1篇3群+1章)
【附表】《戰國策》章目および内包故事群

第五章 「國別者八篇」考 劉向新定本《戰國策》の藍本
緒言
第一節 「國別者八篇」とは
第二節 「國別者八篇」中、七篇の比定
第三節 縦橫家と辞賦の関連性
第四節 合從連橫賦群の特徴
第五節 「國別者八篇」が作られた時と場
結語

結論

Saturday, September 22, 2018

The Grand Scribe's Records, Volume I The Basic Annals of Pre-Han China

Editor:
William H. Nienhauser, Jr.

Translators:
Weiguo Cao, Zhi Chen, Scott Cook, Hongyu Huang, Bruce Knickerbocker, Wang Jing, Zhang Zhenjun and Zhao Hua

Publisher: 
Indiana University Press

Publication date: 
October 2018




Table of Contents:

Introduction
On Using This Book
A Note on Chronology
Weights and Measures
List of Abbreviations

The Five Emperors, Basic Annals One
The Hsia, Basic Annals Two
The Yin, Basic Annals Three
The Chou, Basic Annals Four
The Ch’in, Basic Annals Five
The First Emperor of Ch’in, Basic Annals Six
Hsiang Yu, Basic Annals Seven

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Women in Early Medieval China

Author:
Bret Hinsch

Publication date:
October 1, 2018

Publisher: 
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers




Abstract:

This important study provides the only comprehensive survey of Chinese women during the early medieval period of disunion, which lasted from the fall of the Eastern Han dynasty in 220 AD to the reunification of China by the Sui dynasty in 581 AD, also known as the Six Dynasties. Bret Hinsch offers rich descriptions of the most important aspects of female life in this era, including family and marriage, motherhood, political power, work, inheritance, education, and religious roles. He traces women’s lived experiences as well as the emotional life and the ideals they pursued. Building on the best Western and Japanese scholarship, Hinsch also draws heavily on Chinese primary sources and scholarship, most of which is unknown outside China. As the first study in English about women in the early medieval era, this groundbreaking book will open a new window into Chinese history for Western readers.

Table of Contents:

Introduction 

1 Family 

2 Mothers 

3 Politics 

4 Work 

5 Religion 

6 Learning 

7 Virtue 

8 Ideals 

Conclusion: An Awakening of Female Consciousness 

Monday, September 10, 2018

The Homeric Epics and the Chinese Book of Songs: Foundational Texts Compared

Editor:
Fritz-Heiner Mutschler

Publisher:
Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

Publication date:
2018




Abstract:

The Homeric epics and the Book of Songs are not just the fountainheads of the Western and Chinese literary traditions; for centuries they played a central role in education and communal life, and thus exercised a lasting influence on both civilizations. This volume presents the first systematic comparison of the two corpora. Part One analyzes their genesis and their reception, while Part Two discusses their characteristics as poetic creations. The book brings together Chinese and Western sinologists and classicists, and so promotes significant interdisciplinary and intercultural dialogue. Though the contributors rank among the leading experts in their fields, the essays here are accessible not only to their peers, but also to the interested ‘general reader’, and so to all those who seek a deeper understanding of Chinese and Western civilizations, their common human basis and their characteristic differences.

Table of Contents:

Introduction 

PART I. THE HISTORY OF THE TEXTS AND OF THEIR RECEPTION

A. Coming into Being
1. The Formation of the Homeric Epics
Margalit FINKELBERG

2. The Formation of the Classic of Poetry
Martin KERN

3. Comparing the Comings into Being
of Homeric Epic and the Shijing
Alexander BEECROFT

B. “Philological” Reception
1. Homeric Scholarship in its Formative Stages 
Barbara GRAZIOSI

2. Odes Scholarship in its Formative Stage
Achim MITTAG

3. The Beginning of Scholarship in Homeric Epic and the Odes: a Comparison
GAO Fengfeng / LIU Chun

C. Cultural Role
1. Homer in Greek Culture from the Archaic to the Hellenistic Period
Glenn W. MOST

2. Cultural Roles of the Book of Songs: Inherited Language, Education, and the Problem of Composition
David SCHABERG

3. Canon, Citation and Pedagogy: the Homeric Epics and the Book of Poetry
 ZHANG Longxi 


Sunday, September 9, 2018

絲路、遊牧民與唐帝國 (シルクロードと唐帝国)

Author:
森安孝夫  (MORIYASU Takao) 

Translator:
張雅婷

Publication date:
April 2018

Publisher:
八旗文化 (gūsa publishing)



Table of Contents:

序章_何謂真正的「自虐史觀」?
◎ 本書的目的
被絲路與唐帝國吸引的日本人/現代日本人對歐美的自卑情結/先進的亞洲和落後的歐洲/從「國民史」邁向「全球通史」/歷史學的意義/本書的論述結構與目的
◎ 人種、民族、國民的根據何在?
人種並無優劣之別/民族與國民是近代的產物/土耳其民族的情形/唐代與現代的「回鶻族」/企圖混淆國民與民族/漢族的真相/勝利者的邏輯/何謂真正的愛國者?
◎ 打破西洋中心史觀
近代西歐文明的優越與侷限/理科類歷史學、文科類歷史學、歷史小說/何謂真正的「自虐史觀」/反思日本人的歷史意識

第一章_絲路與世界史
◎ 從中央歐亞的視角出發
何謂「中央歐亞」?/遊牧騎馬民族的故鄉/北中國和中亞/農牧接壤地帶
◎ 何謂絲路?
絲路的定義與變遷/東西南北的網絡/絲路貿易的本質/壁畫遺跡的涵義
◎ 絲路史觀論爭
抹煞「絲路」的行為/回鶻文書的反證/環境史的視點/在世界史的重要性/歐亞大陸史的時代區分/對強調伊斯蘭化的質疑/對世界史時代區分的新建議

第二章_粟特人的登場
◎ 絲路的主角
粟特研究小史/粟特人的故鄉──索格底亞那/粟特文字與粟特語
◎ 粟特人的社會與商業
粟特商人的記錄/從書簡看遠距商業/稱價錢文書與史料殘存的偶然性/商業立國的社會構成
◎ 粟特網絡
漢文史料中的粟特人的分辨法/粟特網絡的推測復原
◎ 前進東方
商人與武人的兩面性/在外交、政治上也很活躍/西魏的正式使節──安諾槃陀/虞弘墓出土的衝擊/作為國際通用語的粟特語
◎ 河西走廊的粟特人軍團
河西第一大都市──涼州/粟特人聚落的領導者──薩寶/關於粟特人與唐建國的新學說

第三章_唐朝的建立與突厥的興亡
◎ 多民族國家──唐帝國
唐朝不是漢族王朝/唐建國的功臣──鮮卑/鄂爾多斯地區的重要性/拓跋國家與突厥第一帝國/突厥的東西分裂/唐草創期的突厥優勢
◎ 太宗擊敗突厥
玄武門之變與太宗即位/唐的優勢與東突厥的歸順/如何處理突厥遺民?/冊封前王族──阿史那思摩
◎ 唐朝的極盛期
天可汗的稱號/從昭陵看北族的影響/漠北漠南的羈縻州與都護府/隋唐的踏足西域/西突厥的一時強盛/唐鼎盛期的西域支配/隋唐是「征服王朝」?


Friday, September 7, 2018

雲翔瑞像:初唐佛教美術研究 (初唐仏教美術の研究)

Author:
肥田路美 (Romi Hida)

Translators:
顏娟英, 張名揚, 郭珮君, 曹德啟, 曾堯民

Publication date:
September 2018

Publisher:
國立臺灣大學出版中心 (National Taiwan University Press)





Table of Contents:

導讀/顏娟英
中文版序
圖表目次

緒論 初唐佛教美術的議題
一、中國佛教美術的雙重性質
二、美術史的唐代四期以及初唐的時代

第一部 初唐佛教美術與印度
序 章
第一章 玄奘請回的七尊釋迦像
前言
一、請來目錄的記載
二、七尊佛像的主題與像容
三、記載順序與釋迦八相
四、在中國受到重視的佛蹟地及其意義
五、玄奘請回像的公開

第二章 西安出土磚佛的情況與意義
前言
一、「印度佛像」銘磚佛的圖樣
二、聖語藏所藏唐經與磚佛的製作狀況
三、「印度佛像」的意義
四、「大唐善業」銘磚佛的圖樣
五、大雁塔的建立與磚佛
六、磚佛的功能

第三章 唐代菩提伽耶金剛座真容像的流布
前言
一、「金剛座真容」與菩提伽耶的根本降魔成道像
二、圖像的請來與流行
三、觸地印像諸作例
四、圍繞裝飾觸地印像的前人研究
五、菩提瑞像與信仰的開展

第四章 優填王像的流行與意義
前言
一、優填王請來像的紀事
二、優填王像性格的開展
三、洛陽周邊地區的造像
四、優填王像流行的背景與意義

終章 初唐印度佛像的接受態度


Thursday, September 6, 2018

[Dissertation] Affordable Luxury: The Entanglements of Metal Mirrors in the Han Empire (202 BCE–220 CE)

Author:
Yanlong, GUO

School:
University of British Columbia

Defended:
2016

Abstract:

This dissertation is a relational study of the multiple entanglements of metal mirrors with consumers in the context of a monetized economy during the Han dynasty (202 BCE-220 CE). By looking at the triad of physical, economic, and semiotic interdependences, I trace the complex ways in which Han users shaped their mirrors and vice versa. Balancing transmitted and excavated sources, qualitative and quantitative methods, and physical sciences and art historical inquiries, I foreground an interdisciplinary understanding of the early imperial history of luxury consumption. This study follows these objects, from the accoutrements of mirrors such as ribbons, stands, pouches, and boxes, to all sorts of metal mirrors made from bronze, iron, lead, and those with additional ornaments, as they were purchased, then displayed and appreciated in the quotidian as well as mortuary settings of both wealthy and middle classes in Han China. I argue that these specular discs served as a dominant form of affordable luxury, signaling personal intimacies, monetary wealth, and aesthetic enjoyments.  

This study is divided into four chapters. Chapter 1, "Introduction," introduces the theoretical framework of entanglement and a perspective on the consumption of mirrors as luxuries. Chapter 2, “The Physical Entanglements,” explores the use value of Han mirrors, arguing for the portability and intimacy of the relations between these small yet intricate objects and their Han users as revealed through the holding, viewing, wearing, and burying practices. Chapter 3, “The Economic Entanglements,” investigates the market value of the mirrors, the socioeconomic status of consumers, and the gifting practices based upon such value. Chapter 4, “The Semiotic Entanglements,” highlights the physical, optical and symbolic interdependence between mirrors and the people of early imperial China. Moving beyond issues of representation, this chapter closely scrutinizes the aestheticization, symbolic correlations, and attainment of brightness in a variety of practices dependent upon the medium of Han mirrors. This study contributes to the field of early Chinese art with a nuanced examination of Han mirrors as treasured things that created systems of value, and with a reconstruction of lost linkages between the mirror as physical paraphernalia, source of value, and embodied aesthetic.  

TOC:

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Physical Entanglements of Mirrors: Portability, Intimacy, and Memory

Chapter 3: Economic Entanglements of Mirrors: Gifts, Commodities and Social
Distribution

Chapter 4: Semiotic Entanglements of Mirrors: the Sun, the Moon and the Great
Brightness

Chapter 5: Conclusion