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The Academy of Korean Studies(AKS), The 3rd World Congress of Korean Studies 2006

Cultural Interaction with Korea -From Silk Road to Korean Wave-
Cheju National University, October 27 - 30, 2006

Charlotte HORLYCK: Purity of thought and emptiness of the mind: The placing of mirrors in Korean relic deposits
KWANG Shik Choe 최광식: 고구려와 서역의 문화 교류 Cultural exchange of the Koguryo and Central Asia
Barbara SEYOCK: Jeju Island in the trade network of the ancient East China Sea
CHOI Yong Jin 최영진: 신라와 실크로드 Silla Korea and the Silk Road


Society for East Asian Anthropology (SEAA), 2006 American Anthropological Association Conference

Chinese University of Hong Kong, July 13-17, 2006

Sarah NELSON: Koguryo - Korean or Chinese?
 


Culture and Nature in Japanese and European archaeology: recent approaches and future directions.

McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge, UK (in conjunction with the Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures, Norwich, UK), 17 June 2006

Jane OKSBJERG (School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, UK): The shift towards culturalism within Yayoi period imagery
Ilona BAUSCH (University of Leiden, Netherlands, and Research Institute for Culture and Nature (Chikyuken), Kyoto, Japan): The perception and use of stone sources in the Jomon
Tristan ARBOUSSE-BASTIDE (University of Rennes, France): Yayoi period enclosed settlement structures
Barbara SEYOCK (University of Munich): Underwater archaeology and trade ceramics in the East Asian contex

 


New directions in landscape archaeology in Japan

Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures, Norwich, UK, 16 June 2006

Junzo UCHIYAMA (Research Institute for Humanities and Nature, Kyoto): Introduction to the NEOMAP Project
Simon KANER (Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures): Introduction to the Shinano River Project

 


INDO-PACIFIC PREHISTORY ASSOCIATION

18th Congress, University of the Philippines, Manila, 20-26 March 2006

The following papers on East Asian Archaeology were scheduled at the IPPA Congress in Manila 2006. Not all of them may have actually been presented at the conference due to last minute changes.
 

SESSION 1B: TECHNOLOGY, EXCHANGE, AND IDEOLOGY: NEW APPROACHES TO THE STUDY OF VOLCANIC GLASS (Robin TORRENCE)
J.C. KIM, Mi-Young HONG, S.C. LEE, M. ASHOK and M. YOUN: PIXE for the provenance study of obsidian artefacts from prehistoric sites in Korea
Nam-chul CHO, Kwang-yong CHUNG and Hyung-tae KANG: Characterization of obsidian found in the southern part of the Korean Peninsula
Nikolai KLUJEV and Igor SLEPTSOV: Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene uses of basaltic glass in Primorye, Far East Russia: a new perspective based on sites near the sources
Irina PANTYUKHINA: The role of raw material in the microblade complexes of Primorye, Russian Far East
Mi-Yong HONG: Obsidian tool production at the Palaeolithic site of Hopyeong-dong, Korea.
Nina KONONENKO and Mi-Young HONG: Use-wear analysis of obsidian artefacts from the Palaeolithic site of Hopyeong-dong, Korea

SESSION 2A: THE NATURE AND LIMITS OF HUNTER-GATHERER COMPLEXITY IN THE INDO-PACIFIC REGION (Mark Hudson)
Mark HUDSON: Postmarital residence and social complexity in the Jomon: cross cultural perspectives on Harunari’s hypothesis
Takamune KAWASHIMA: Salt production and complexity in the Jomon
Yudai ITAKURA: Plant utilization system and social complexity of the Late and Final Jomon periods in Western Japan
Yaroslav V. KUZMIN: Geoarchaeology of the Russian Far East prehistoric complexes: recent progress and problems

SESSION 3A: INTEGRATING "COMMERCIAL" ARCHAEOLOGY AND “ACADEMIC” RESEARCH (Richard ENGELHARDT)
David BLUNDELL, Jeanette ZERNEKE and Michael BUCKLAND: “A’li Bang Bang” Flying fish culture digital language and cultural mapping of Orchid Island of Taiwan and the Batanes of the Philippines
Kevin SUN: Contribution and experience: contract archaeology in Hong Kong

SESSION 3B: RELEVANCE OF UNDERWATER ARCHAEOLOGY IN THE INDO-PACIFIC REGION (Eusebio Z. Dizon and Maharlika CUEVAS)
Michael FLECKER: Shipwreck policies throughout Asia: a first-hand account

SESSION 4C: RECENT ADVANCES IN TAIWAN ARCHAEOLOGY (Tsang Cheng-hwa)
Ing-hau WANG, Tze-fu HSU, Cheng-hwa TSANG, Kuang-ti LI, Cheng-yi CHU, Yue-ie HSING and Jaw-shu HSIEH: Preliminary characterization of excavated rice kernels in Taiwan
Kuang-ti LI: Shellfish, subsistence and paleoenvironmental implications: isotopic study of shell remains lately unearthed from Tainan Science-based Industrial Park, Taiwan
Hsiu-Man LIN: Preliminary study of the human skeletal remains from the Wu-Chen-Tsu South site, Taiwan
HO, Chuan Kun and Whei-Lee CHU: New light on the prehistory of Taichung City
Scarlett CHIU, Yi-Chang LIU, and Aggie W-F LU: Technical style: a new way of looking at the Austronesian expansions
Cheng-hwa TSANG: Recent archaeological excavations on the Qimei Islands, Penghu

SESSION 4D: CURRENT RESEARCH IN CHINESE ARCHAEOLOGY (Li Liu)
LI Xinwei: The Xipo site and the emergence of social inequality in the middle Yellow River Valley
DAI Xingming: Pottery production and social complexity in the Yuanqu Basin, North Central China
ZHANG Chi: The excavations at Baligan, Dengzhou, Henan Province
QIAO Yu: GIS and settlement patterns in the Yiluo Area
LIU, Li and CHEN Xingcan, John Webb, LI Baoping: Craft production and the development of urbanism in China
LEE, Gyoung-Ah and Sheahan BESTEL: The political economy and staples during the Erlitou: a case study at the secondary centre of Huizui, Henan
SUN Zhouyong: Stone ornament production at Zhouyuan: craft production, consumption and productive organization of the Western Zhou Dynasty
Alice YAO: Precipitating change or sustaining traditions: Social patterns of a Bronze Age community from the Upper Pearl River drainage in Yunnan before the Han imperial period.
TzeHuey CHIOU-PENG: The Dian Bronze art: its source and formation
Sarah NELSON:  Identities in the Hongshan Culture

SESSION 4E: RECENT ADVANCES IN THE NEOLITHIC ARCHAEOLOGY OF SOUTHEAST CHINA
(Tianlong JIAO)
Tianlong JIAO: Population expansion and maritime adaptation on the coast of Southeast China during the Neolithic period
Haiming WANG: The Hemudu expansion: new archaeological evidence from the Zhejiang coast
Guoping SUN : New study of the Hemudu Culture: recent excavation of the Tianluoshan site, Zhejiang Province
Gongwu LIN: Investigating the middle Neolithic cultures on the Fujian coast: a new study of the Tanshishan site
Xuechun FAN: Examining the early Neolithic cultures on the west side of the Taiwan Strait: new evidence from the Keqiutou site
Zhengfu GUO & Tianlong JIAO: Tracking the Neolithic interactions in Southeast China: a sourcing study of the Damaoshan stone adzes
Judith CAMERON: The movement of textile technology from Southeast China into Southeast Asia during the prehistoric period

SESSION 5C: CURRENT RESEARCH ON THE DEVELOPMENT AND DISPERSAL OF NEOLITHIC CULTURAL ASSEMBLAGES IN ASIA (Peter BELLWOOD)
Peter BELLWOODand Bong DIZON: The Batanes Archaeological Project, and the current state of the “Out of Taiwan” debate with respect to Neolithic and Austronesian language dispersal.
HUNG Hsiao-chun and Yoshiyuki IIZUKA: Southeastern Taiwan, the Cagayan Valley, and the role of Fengtian nephrite in Neolithic dispersal and interaction
Barry V. ROLETT: Development and dispersal of Neolithic adze industries in Southeast China
G.R. SUMMERHAYES, A.ANDERSON, L. HJOSOYA, R. ONO, S. ASATO and S. SHIMOGI: Recent studies on the Neolithic colonisation of the Yaeyamas, southern Ryukyus
Dorian Q FULLER, Ling QIN, Emma HARVEY: Rice cultivation in a nut foraging economy: rethinking Hemudu and the archaeobotany of rice

SESSION 5J: EXPLORING POLITICAL ECONOMY FROM TRADE CERAMICS RECOVERED FROM CONTROLLED EXCAVATIONS: FROM DATING AND SOURCING TO CONSUMPTION AND MARKETS (Richard PEARSON)
John MIKSIC: Distribution of imported wares among different sites in Singapore, 14-16th centuries
Min LI: Fragments of globalization? blue-and-white porcelain trade in the Philippines in the Early Modern Period
Jian’an LI: Current issues for Fujian export porcelain during the Song-Yuan period
Sharon Wai Yee WONG: Case studies on the distribution of export ceramics in Guangzhou, Zhuhai and Hong Kong during the Song-Yuan Period
Takenori NOGAMI: On Hizen Ware and its transport around the South China Sea
Barbara SEYOCK, University of Munich: Trade ceramics from sites in western Japan, late 14th to 17th century
(in absentia): Aedeen CREMIN: Green porcelain from Quanzhou and Chuzhu: Yuan period wares at Angkor

 

 

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Lectures

 

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Sainsbury Institute, Norwich, UK
Third Thursday Lecture Series

December 21, 2006, 6pm
Junko HABU, University of California, Berkeley:
"Complex Hunter-Gatherers of Prehstoric Japan: The Case Study of Sannai Maruyama"


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Society for Asian Art
Arts of Asia Lecture Series

Jewish Community Center of San Francisco (JCCSF), Kanbar Hall located on the main floor, 3200 California Street at Presidio
Fee: $125 members; $160 general public; $50 active docent, $5 docent drop-in; $15 general drop-in per lecture

August 25, 2006
Kumja Paik Kim (Asian Art Museum), "Introduction and Pre-Buddhist Arts of Korea"

September 1, 2006
Lewis Lancaster (UC Berkeley), "Buddhism in Korea"

September 8, 2006
Junghee Lee (Portland State), "Major Trends in Korean Buddhist Sculpture"

September 15, 2006
Kumja Kim (Asian Art Museum), "Buddhism and Secular Paintings: Goryeo and Joseon"

September 22, 2006
Robert Mowry (Harvard), "Ceramics of the Goryeo and Joseon Dynasties"

September 29, 2006
Burglind Jungmann (UCLA), "Korean Painters and Envoys to Japan"

October 6, 2006
Sung Lim Kim (UC Berkeley), "Material Culture of the Nineteenth Century"

October 13, 2006
Kumja Paik Kim, "Joseon Paintings and Contemporary Ceramics"

October 20, 2006
Laura Allen (Instructor of Record), "Introduction to the Arts of Japan"

October 27, 2006
Laura Allen, "Early Ceramics and Bronzes: Art of the Jomon, Yayoi, and Kofun"

November 3, 2006
Duncan Williams (UC Berkeley), "Introduction to Japanese Buddhism"

November 10, 2006
Laura Allen, "Sculpture for Buddhist Temples, 6th-8th Centuries"

December 1, 2006
Laura Allen, "Buddhist Art of the Heian Period"

December 8, 2006
Chari Pradel (Cal State Poly Uni), "Japanese Buddhist Art in the Ritual Context"

December 15, 2006
Sherry Fowler (U of Kansas), "Buddhist Art of the Heian Period"


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Harvard East Asian Archaeology Seminar
East Asian Archaeology Seminar Series, Fall 2006

Harvard University, Department of Anthropology, Peabody Museum, Cambridge, MA
Thursday at 4.00 pm

October 5, 2006
Anthony BARBIERI-LOW, University of Pittsburgh
“A Computer-Assisted Reconstruction of the ‘Wu Family Shrines’”

October 12, 2006
WANG Binghua, People’s University of China
“Bronze Cultures in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region”

October 18, 2006
Richard PEARSON, emeritus professor, UBC in Vancouver
“Debating Jomon Social Complexity”
This presentation is in conjunction with the Anthropology Department Lunchtime Archaeology Lecture Series.
The lecture will be held at 12:00 pm in the Peabody Museum, Room 59D.

November 2, 2006
LU Yang, Harvard University
TBA

November 9, 2006
Lan-ying TSENG, Yale University
”Astrology and Brocade on the Frontier of Han China”

November 30, 2006
LIU Guoxiang, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
“The Role of the Xinglonggou Settlement in Northeastern Neolithic Culture”

December 7, 2006
Robert DRENNAN, University of Pittsburgh
“Community and Region in North China during the Neolithic and Bronze Age: Chifeng, Yiluo, and Rizhao”

December 14, 2006
Gary CRAWFORD, University of Toronto at Mississauga
“The Jomon in Agricultural Origins Discourse”


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Europe Japan Research Centre
Oxford Brookes University

November 23, 2006
Simon KANER, Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures
“Who’s tombs? William Gowland and the early history of Japanese archaeology”

 


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Center for Japanese Studies, UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI'I
CJS Seminar Series

November 16, 2006
Gina L. BARNES, Professorial Research Associate, Japan Research Centre & Department of Art and Archaeology, SOAS
"The Queen Mother Cult and Early Kofun Japan"

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Conferences

 

 

September 25–30, 2006
European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists
11th International Conference, Bougon, France

October 5-6, 2006
Symposium:
"China's New Archaeology: Reassessing the Liao Empire 907-1125 AD"

A symposium in conjunction with the exhibition: "Gilded Splendor: Treasures of China's Liao Empire (907-1125)"
Asia Society, New York

October 27 - 30, 2006
The Academy of Korean Studies(AKS)
The 3rd World Congress of Korean Studies 2006
"Cultural Interaction with Korea -From Silk Road to Korean Wave-"
Cheju National University

November 3-4, 2006
Symposium:
"Asia and Spanish America: Trans-Pacific Artistic and Cultural Exchange, 1500-1850"

Denver Art Museum, Asian Art Department

November 3-5, 2006
Symposium:
"Reinventing the Past: Antiquarianism in East Asian Art and Visual Culture---Part 2"

A symposium organized by the Center for the Art of East Asia University of Chicago
Art Institute of Chicago and University of Chicago

November 3-5, 2006
Japanese Archaeological Association (JAA)
Ehime Convention 2006, Ehime University in Matsumaya, Ehime Prefecture, Japan

November 15-19, 2006
American Anthropological Association (AAA)
105th AAA Annual Meeting, San Jose Convention Center, San Jose, CA

November 17-19, 2006
Symposium:
"Shinan Underwater Relics and 14th Century Asian Marine Trades"
International Symposium on the Shinan Wreck and Asian Ceramic Trades in Celebration of the 30th Anniversary of the Shinan Wreck Excavation
National Maritime Museum of Korea, Mokpo, Jeollanam-do, Korea in cooperation with ICOMOS-Korea
download: Program as .pdf-file

December 15-17, 2006
Theoretical Archaeology Group (TAG)  
Conference 2006, Department of Archaeology, University Exeter on its Streatham Campus

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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