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Veranstaltungen 2009

 
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Event
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  05.05.
 
Bernhard Scheid, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften
Schützenswerter Beschützer: "Martialische" und "pazifistische" Aspekte Hachimans
Abstract [pdf]
 

  16.06. Melissa McCormick, Harvard University
“Becoming a Woman” in Sixteenth-century Japan:
Overcoming the Buddhist Paradigm of Male Transformation (henjō nanshi 変成男子) through Text and Image
Abstract [pdf]

 

18.06.

Kiyoshi Miyake, Kyoto University
Formation of compulsory labour punishment with definite terms
Speaker CV
 

  25.06.
 
Yukio Lippit, Harvard University
Takahashi Yuichi: Towards a World History of Oil Painting

Abstract [pdf]
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  05.07.
 
Mark Lewis, Stanford University
Chronicles and the Invention of Time in Early China

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  21.09.-
23.09.
Takahashi Toru, Nagoya University
Textliche und visuelle Aspekte der "Geschichte des Prinzen Genji"
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  19.10.-
23.10.
Gregory Levine, University of California Berkeley
The Dilemma of Buddhist Images: Thoughts on Material, Site, and Reception
Abstracts
Speaker CV

  29.10.
 
John Clark, University of Sydney
The Elephant & the Ant: Chinese & Thai Art in the 1980's & 90's
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  12.10.

 
Sylvain Levy, dsl Collection, Paris
Collecting Contemporary Chinese Art in the 21st Century: the dsl Collection and its virtual Worlds - A Dialog between a Collector and the Academe
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  18.11. Evgeny Steiner, SOAS, University of London Abstract

  03.12.-
04.12.
Francesca Dal Lago, School of Asian, African and Amerindian Studies (CNWS)
From Modernism to Socialist Realism
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  07.12.-
11.12.
Toshio Watanabe, TrAIN, Chelsea College of Art and Design, London
Issues in the History of Modern Japanese Art
Abstracts
Speaker CV
Verantwortlich: SH
Letzte Änderung: 28.02.2012
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