Friday, October 7, 2011

UIUC Symposium Cultural Transmission in Medieval East Asia: A Workshop on East Asain Medievality

Symposium:  Cultural Transmission in Medieval East Asia: 
A Workshop on East Asian Medievality

Co-sponsored by the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures
Saturday, October 22
9:00am-4:00pm, 101 International Studies Bldg.
910 S. Fifth St.
University of Illinois
Champaign, IL 61820

Zong-qi Cai (UIUC), “The Early Philosophical Discourse on Language and Reality and Lu Ji’s and Liu Xie’s Theories of Literary Creation.” 

Hwisang Cho (Columbia Univ.), “The Expansion of Epistolary Space in Sixteenth-Century Korea.”

Naomi Fukumori (Ohio State Univ.), “The Kamo Festival: Reception and Transmission of Imperial Ritual in Heian-period Women-authored Texts” 

Meow Hui Goh (Ohio State Univ.), “Old Wine in New Bottles: The Compositional Process in Early Medieval Chinese Literature.” 

Alexander Mayer (UIUC), “Cultural Transmission: The Topology of Actor and Place in the Writings on Xuanzang’s Life.” 

Brian Ruppert (UIUC), “The Monk Saisen (1025-1115) and the Creation of the Medieval Kobo Daishi (Kukai).”

For more information, please contact: Elizabeth Oyler

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