第5回総合アジア圏域研究国際シンポジウム

「アーカイブの内と外─当代中国研究の新展開」

2016年9月24日(土)

会場:東洋文庫2階講演室

主催:公益財団法人東洋文庫

後援:NIHU現代中国研究 東洋文庫拠点


会場の関係で先着50名までです。メールあるいはファクスで申し込んでください。

参加は無料です。質疑のみ通訳あります。


10:00-10:15

開会あいさつ : 濱下 武志 (東洋文庫研究部長)

趣旨説明 : 村田 雄二郎 (東洋文庫研究員・東京大学教授)


10:15-11:30

基調報告 「アーカイブ・記録・記憶」

済順 : (華東師範大学教授)

「民間史料与中国当代史研究之人文取向―華東師範大学当代文献史料中心収蔵所見」

芳上 : (台湾中央研究院兼任研究員、国史館前館長)

「日記与中国近代史研究―以「蔣介石日記」為例的討論」


12:45-13:15

特別講演会 : 田仲 一成 (東洋文庫図書部長)

「東洋文庫所蔵の中国農村祭祀関係視覚資料」


13:15-14:45

第1セッション「戦後東アジアの国際関係と檔案(アーカイブ)」

司 会 : 毛里 和子 (東洋文庫研究員・早稲田大学名誉教授)

報告者 : 井上 正也 (成蹊大学准教授)

「日中平和友好条約と福田外交」

報告者 : 沈 志華 (華東師範大学教授)

「中朝関係新起点―労働党八月事件及其結果」

コメンテーター : 下斗米 伸夫 (法政大学教授)


14:55-16:25

第2セッション「大衆・集団・国家」

司 会 : 中兼 和津次 (東洋文庫研究員・東京大学名誉教授)

報告者 : 張 楽天 (復旦大学教授)

「当代中国人的集体記憶与個人記憶」

報告者 : 行 龍 (山西大学副学長)・馬 維強 (山西大学副教授)

「集体化時代農村基層檔案与山西社会研究」

コメンテーター : 内山 雅生 (東洋文庫研究員・宇都宮大学名誉教授)・祁 建民 (長崎県立大学教授)


16:35〜17:55

第3セッション「檔案資料から見る“中国”の内と外」

司 会 : 石川 禎浩 (京都大学教授)

報告者 : 潘 光哲 (台湾中央研究院研究員兼胡適記念館主任)

「研究胡適与現代中国知識人群体的新工具―簡介「胡適檔案検索系統」与『胡適蔵書目録』」

報告者 : 陳 学然 (香港城市大学副教授)

「檔案資料的内与外―以「五四」、「香港」為中心的探討」

コメンテーター : 菅野 敦志 (名桜大学上級准教授)


17:55-18:20

総括発言・討論 : 村田 雄二郎 (東洋文庫研究員・東京大学教授)


公益財団法人 東洋文庫

東京都文京区本駒込2-28-21

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The Fourth International Symposium of Inter-Asia Research Networks
Comparative Study of the Waqf from the East:
 Dynamism of Norm and Practices in Religious and Familial Donations

December 5-6 (Sat. & Sun.), 2015

Pre-registration Required
Entry Free of Charge

*Seating capacity is about 50. We will stop accepting registration once all the places are taken.
Registration is required by e-mail of Fax to the address at the end. 


The Toyo Bunko, Research Library for Asian studies in Tokyo, has been conducting a comparative study of waqf endowment, in collaboration with the CNRS International Research Group, TELEMME-MMSH, Aix-Marseille University (headed by Professor Randi Deguilhem) for five years since 2011, holding the workshops in Aix-en-Provence, Tunis, Birzeit/Palestine and Mascara/Algeria. We will hold an international symposium on this subject in Tokyo on December 5-6 2015 in order to clarify the socio-economic role of the waqf donation by cross-area comparisons among the waqf in the Middle East, Central Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia and similar endowments in China and Japan.
Our goal is to find and locate both regional features and historical changes of the waqf and similar donations within the sweep of human history, based on a common definition of the waqf below, by analyzing historical materials of each region from comparative perspectives on the topics such as purpose, management, profit and its distribution, transformation and abuse, etc., and searching for dynamism of the waqf and similar donations and their potential in the contemporary world.
Definition of the waqf for comparison: irrevocable property donation to distribute the profit to the donor’s family or other beneficiaries as well as for a charitable/philanthropic purpose, by creating a management body independent from the donor and the State.


Organizer:
MIURA Toru (Research Fellow, Toyo Bunko; Professor, Ochanomizu University)


December 5, 2015 (Sat.)

Opening Address
13:00-13:10    HAMASHITA Takeshi (Research Department Head, Toyo Bunko)   Opening Address
13:10-13:25    MIURA Toru   Keynote Speech

Session 1: Benefit
Moderator: OKAWARA Tomoki (Research Fellow, Toyo Bunko; Associate Professor, Graduate School of International Cultural Studies, Tohoku University)

13:30-14:10    KONDO Nobuaki (Research Fellow, Toyo Bunko; Professor, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa (ILCAA), Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
State and Shrine in Iran: Waqf Administration of the Shah ‘Abd al-‘Azim Shrine under the Qajars”

14:10-14:50    Musa SROOR (Director of History and Archaeology Department, Director of Master Program in Muslim and Arab History, Professor, Birzeit University)
The Waqf and Building the Cities: The Old City of Jerusalem as a Case Study”

(Break: 10 minutes)

15:00-15:40    ISOGAI Kenichi (Research Fellow, Toyo Bunko; Professor, Faculty of International Liberal Arts, Otemon Gakuin University)
Waqf as a Sustainer of Educational Activity: A Sixteenth Century Waqf for a Bukharan Madrasa”

15:40-16:20    Ouddène BOUGHOUFALA (Professor, Humanities Department, Mascara University)
  “Women’s Waqf and their Social Role in Ottoman Algeria”

Break: 10 minutes

16:30-17:00    Discussion

December 6, 2015 (Sun.)

Session 2: Networks
Moderator: Stefan KNOST (Lecturer, University of Halle-Wittenberg)

9:30-10:10    Joseph P. McDERMOTT (Fellow of St John’s College and Emeritus Reader of Chinese History, Cambridge)
Village Institutions: Their Development and Potential in China during the Ming and Qing Dynasties”

10:10-10:50   TAKAHASHI Kazuki (Professor, Musashi University)
Land Donation in Medieval Japan and its Social Function”

(Break: 10 minutes)

11:00-11:40   KHOO Salma Nasution (Author, Areca Books, Penang, Malaysia)
Waqf and Social Patronage among Tamil Muslim Diaspora in the Straits Settlements of Penang”

11:40-12:20   Nacereddine SAIDOUNI (Professor Emeritus, University of Algiers)
 
The Awqâf of Maghrebis in Cairo and Jerusalem: Spiritual Links, Cultural Exchanges, and Economic Necessities (Through a Sample of Maghrebis’ Waqfiyât in al-Azhar and al-Aqsa Mosques)”

12:20-12:40   Discussion

Lunch Time: 1 hour

Session 3: Transition
Moderator: Randi DEGUILHEM (Professor, CNRS, TELEMME-MMSH/AMU, Aix-en-Provence)

13:40-14:20    Saiyid Zaheer Husain JAFRI (Professor of Medieval Indian History, Department of History
Faculty of Social Sciences, Delhi University)
Familial Grants and Making of a Waqf: A Case Study of Khanqah-e Karimia, Salon (in Northern India) from Mughal to the Modern Times AD.1679-1953

14:20-15:00    Randi DEGUILHEM (Professor, CNRS, TELEMME-MMSH/AMU, Aix-en-Provence, Director of GDRI CNRS International Research Network on Waqf and codirector of IISMM-EHESS seminar on waqf)
Colonial States Claiming Waqf, A Transregional Approach: From the French and British Near East to British India”

(Break: 10 minutes)

15:10-15:50    Tunku Alina ALIAS (Adjunct Professor, University of Miami Law School; Adjunct Research Fellow, International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF) KL)
The Spread of Waqfs following British Colonial Trade in the Indian Ocean: A Comparison with the Atlantic Trade”

15:50-16:20    Discussion
(Break: 10 minutes)

 Closing Session:
16:30-16:45   Discussant Jean-Pierre DEDIEU (Senior Researcher (emeritus) CNRS, Framespa, Toulouse/IAO (Lyon)
16:45-17:15    General Discussion
17:15-17:20    Randi DEGUILHEM    Concluding Remarks


Location:
2nd Floor, Lecture Room, Toyo Bunko

For more information:
Toyo Bunko
2-28-21
 Honkomagome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
Fax:     81-(0)3-3942-0120
Add:  kouza@toyo-bunko.or.jp




The Third International Symposium of Inter-Asia Research Networks
Islamic and Chinese Studies and Inter-Asia Research Networks:
Integrated Study of Dynamism in the Supra-Regional Spheres of Islamic and Chinese Regions

RSVP Required
Entry Free of Charge

*Seating capacity is about 50. We will stop accepting registration once all the places are taken.
Registration required by e-mail of Fax. 

Date:
February 28 - March 1, 2015

Organizer:
HAMASHITA Takeshi
(Research Department Head, Toyo Bunko)

Session Coordinators:
Session 1:
SHIMBO Atsuko 
(Professor, Waseda University)
Session 2:
HACHIOSHI Makoto 
(Research Fellow, Toyo Bunko; Professor, Graduate School of Global Studies, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
Session 3:
HAMASHITA Takeshi


February 28 (sat)

13:30-13:45   
 HAMASHITA Takeshi    
Opening Address

13:45-16:50 (2/28 Sat.)
Session 1: Some Aspects of Chinese Muslim Society: Focusing on Migration, Network, and Gender

13:45-14:25    
WANG Jianxin 
(Professor, Cultural Anthropology at Ethnology Institute of Lanzhou University; Vice Director at Center for Studies of Ethnic Minorities in Northwest China of Lanzhou University)
“Sermon Poems in Uyghurs and Huis: A Comparison Approach toward the Socio-Religious Representations of Muslim Minorities in China”

14:25-15:05   
Maria JASCHOK 
(Director, International Gender Studies Centre; Research Fellow, Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford)
“Soundscape of a Women’s Mosque and Potency of Silence: Evocations of Islamic Faith, Ruptured Memory and Precarious Presence in Kaifeng, China”

15:05-15:45   
MATSUMOTO Masumi 
(Professor, Muroran Institute of Techology)
“Islamic Education for Women in China: Vocational or Ethical Schooling?”

16:00-16:20    
OKA Natsuko 
(Research Fellow, Institute of Developing Economies, Japan External Trade Organization)
“Comment”

16:20-16:50    
Discussion

March 1 (sun)

09:30-13:00 (3/1 Sun.)
Session 2: Parliamentalism and Constitutional Systems in Islamic and Chinese Regional Spheres

9:30-10:10    
Mohsen KHALILI 
(Associate Professor of Political Science, Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad)
“Two Dimensions of the Iran’s Constitutionalism: Familiar Notions, Lack of Theory”

10:10-10:50   
SASAKI Shin 
(Assistant Professor, Faculty of Humanities, Seikei University)
“After the ‘Second Empire’: New Horizons of the Ottoman Constitutional History”

10:50-11:30   
SUZUKI Emi 
(Research Fellow, Toyo Bunko; Fellow, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
“Notable Politics and Parliament in Modern and Contemporary Egypt”

11:40-12:20  
AJIOKA Toru 
(Professor, Faculty of Liberal Arts, University of the Sacred Heart)
“The Constitutional Government and the Local Administration System of Republican China”

12:20-12:35   
HACHIOSHI Makoto
“Comment”

12:35-13:00  
 Discussion

14:00-17:30 (3/1 Sun.)
Session 3: Local and Global Problems around Islamic and Chinese Regional Spheres

14:00-14:40   
MA Qiang 
(Professor, Institute for Western Frontier Region of China, Shaanxi Normal University)
“Middle Man: The Integrated Function of Hui among Ethnic Groups in Yining City of Xinjiang”

14:40-15:20    
KOH Keng We 
(Assistant Professor, Nanyang Technological University)
“Islam and the Chinese in Southeast Asia: A Historical Overview”

15:20-16:00   
XIANG Biao 
(Lecturer in Social Anthropology, University of Oxford)
“Economic Globalization, Population Mobility, and Islam in China: The Case of Yiwu”

16:10-16:30    
HAMASHITA Takeshi
“Comment”

16:30-17:30    General Discussion

Chairperson:
HAMASHITA Takeshi


Location:
2nd Floor, Lecture Room, Toyo Bunko
MAP

For more information:
Toyo Bunko
2-28-21
Honkomagome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
Fax:     81-(0)3-3942-0120
Add:  kouza@toyo-bunko.or.jp


The Second International Symposium of Inter-Asia Research Networks
State Formation and Social Integration in Pre-modern South and Southeast Asia:
A Comparative Study of Asian Society


RSVP Required
Entry Free of Charge


*Seating capacity is about 50. We will stop accepting registration once all the places are taken.
Registration required by e-mail of Fax.

Date:
March 8-9, 2014

Organizer:
HAMASHITA Takeshi
(Research Department Head, Toyo Bunko)
Coordinators:
KARASHIMA Noboru
(Research Fellow, Toyo Bunko; Professor Emeritus, The University of Tokyo),
HIROSUE Masashi
(Research Fellow, Toyo Bunko; Professor, College of Arts, Rikkyo University)

March 8 (Sat.)

13:15-13:20         
HAMASHITA Takeshi
Opening Address
13:20-13:40         
KARASHIMA Noboru
Keynote Address

13:45-17:45 (3/8 Sat.)
Session 1: The State and Society in the Islamicate World (13th -16th Centuries)

13:45-14:25
    
Sunil KUMAR
(Professor, Department of History, University of Delhi, India)
“Transitions in the Relationship between Political Elites and Sufis under the Delhi Sultanate”        

14:25-15:05         
HIROSUE Masashi
 “The Rise of Muslim Coastal States in North Sumatra”
15:05-15:45         
NISHIO Kanji
(Research Fellow, Toyo Bunko; Professor, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of Humanities, National Defense Academy of Japan)
Melaka: A Model of Malay Islamic States”
15:45-16:25      
Phillip B. WAGONER
(Professor of Art History and Archaeology, Wesleyan University, USA)
“Sanskritizing the Persian Cosmopolis:  A Case Study from the Monetary History of the Deccan”

16:35-16:55         
TANABE Akio
(Professor, Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies,
Director, Center for the Study of Contemporary India, Kyoto University)
“Comment”

16:55-17:45
Discussion

March 9 (Sun.)

09:00-10:20 (3/9 Sun.)
Session 2: Early Polity and Society as Revealed from Archaeological and Literary Evidence

09:00-09:40         
YAMAGATA Mariko
(Project Professor, Center for Cultural Resource Studies, Institute of Human and Social Sciences, Kanazawa University)
“Construction of Linyi Citadels: The Rise of Early Polity in Vietnam”
09:40-10:20     
Rajan GURUKKAL
(Professor, Centre for Contemporary Studies, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India)
“Antecedents of State (Polity) Formation in Early South India”

10:30-17:45 (3/9 Sun.)
Session 3: Formation of State and Society during the Period of the 5th - 14th Centuries

10:30-11:10          
FURUI Ryosuke
(Associate Professor, Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, The University of Tokyo)
Variegated Adaptations: State Formation in Bengal from the 5th to the 7th Century”

11:10-11:50          
NITTA Eiji
(Professor, Faculty of Law, Economics and Humanities, Kagoshima University)
“Formation of Cities and State of Dvaravati”
11:50-12:30      
Pierre-Yves MANGUIN
(Professor Emeritus, École Française d'Extrême-Orient (French School of Asian Studies), France)
“At the Origins of Srivijaya: The Emergence of State and Cities in Southeast Sumatra”

13:30-14:10      
R. CHAMPAKALAKSHMI
(Former Professor, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India)
“Ideology and the State under the Early Medieval Pallavas and Cholas: Puranic Religion and
Bhakti
14:10-14:50         
MATSUURA Fumiaki
(JSPS Research Fellow, Sophia University)
“Kingship and Social Integration in Angkor”
14:50-15:30         
AOYAMA Toru
(Professor, Institute of Global Studies, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
“Social Integration in Majapahit as Seen in an Old Javanese Court Narrative”
15:30-16:10

MITA Masahiko
(Research Fellow, Toyo Bunko; Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Letters, Nagoya University)
Sanskritized Imperialism and State Integration in Early Medieval North India (c. 950-1200)”

16:20-16:50         
Hermann KULKE
(Professor Emeritus, Chair of Asian History, Department of History, University of Kiel, Germany)
“Comment”

16:50-17:40          Discussion

17:40-17:45         
HIROSUE Masashi
Closing address


Location:
2nd Floor, Lecture Room, Toyo Bunko
MAP

For more information:
Toyo Bunko
2-28-21
Honkomagome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
Fax:     81-(0)3-3942-0120
Add:  kouza@toyo-bunko.or.jp




Central Asia Studies and Inter-Asia Research Networks: Integrated Study of Dynamism in the Central Asian Regional Sphere

CentralAsia

 

 

Bibliography

 

RSVP Required
Entry Free of Charge

 

*Seating capacity is about 50. We will stop accepting applications once all the places are taken.

 

Date:

March 2, 2013

 

Program:

13:30-13:45 KEYNOTE SPEECH

Organizer: Hamashita Takeshi (Research Department Head, Toyo Bunko)

 

13:45-16:45 SESSION 1:

The Multi-dimensional Character of Central Asian Cultures as Seen from the Variety of the Scripts and Languages of Excavated Texts

Coordinator:

   Umemura Hiroshi (Research Fellow, Toyo Bunko; Professor, Chuo University)

Speakers, Titles:

   Dohi Yoshikazu (Research Fellow, Toyo Bunko)

   “The Dynamism Inherent in Han Chinese Personal Names as Shown in Index of Chinese Surnames Appearing in the Dunhuang Chinese Documents Dating from the Late 8th to the Early 11th Century”

   Peter Zieme (Professor, Institute of Turcology, Free University, Berlin)

   “Personal Names of Central Asian Christians: Focusing on Old Uighur Manuscripts”

   Takeuchi Tsuguhito (Research Fellow, Toyo Bunko; Professor, Kobe City University of Foreign Studies)

   “Various Ethnic Groups with Tibetan Personal Names in the 9th-12th c. Texts and Inscriptions”

   Nicholas SIMS-WILLIAMS (Professor, SOAS, London University)

   “Personal Names in Bactrian Sources and Their Varied Ethnic Origins”

Commentators:

   Yoshida Yutaka (Research Fellow, Toyo Bunko; Professor, Kyoto University)

   Matsui Dai (Research Fellow, Toyo Bunko; Professor, Hirosaki University)

 

 

March 3, 2013

9:30-12:30 SESSION 2:

The Regional Image of Central Asia as Portrayed in 18th-20th Century Historiography:

Central Asian, Chinese and Russian Perspectives

 

    Coordinator:

Shinmen Yasushi (Research Fellow, Toyo Bunko; Professor, Chuo University)

Speakers, Titles:

Onuma Takahiro (Associate Professor, Tohoku Gakuin University)

“The Qing Dynasty and Its Central Asian Neighbors” 

Obiya Chika (Associate Professor, Center for Integrated Area Studies, Kyoto University)

Imperial Russia's Eyes on Central Asia: Turkestanskii Sbornik as a Set of Colonial Knowledge

 

Ablet Kamalov (Chief Research Associate, Institute of Oriental Studies named after R.B. Suleimenov under the Ministry of Education and Science of Republic of Kazakhstan, Almaty)

   “Xinjiang in the Focus of Uyghur Studies in Soviet Central Asia”

Commentator:

Nakami Tatsuo (Research Fellow, Toyo Bunko; Professor, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)

 

13:30-16:30 SESSION 3:

The Revival of Islam in Central Asia: Links with West and South Asia

Coordinator:

Komatsu Hisao (Research Fellow, Toyo Bunko; Professor, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)

Speakers, Titles:

Stephane Dudoignon (Senior Research Fellow, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris)

“Interactions between the Near and Middle East, Central and Inner Asia in the Muslim Religious Field”

Bayram Balci (Visiting Scholar at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington DC)

“The Jama’at al Tabligh in Kirghizstan and Kazakhstan and Its Contribution to the Recreation of Islamic Relations between Central Asia and Indian Subcontinent”

Yamane So (Professor, Osaka University)

“Think Umma, Use the Modern-Networks of Modern Muslim Intellectuals in South Asia, 1900-1930”

Commentator:

Uyama Tomohiko (Research Fellow, Toyo Bunko; Professor, Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University)

 

*Joint Hosting by The University of Tokyo Islamic Area Studies Center

 

Location:
2nd Floor, Lecture Room, Toyo Bunko
MAP

For more information:
Toyo Bunko
2-28-21
Honkomagome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
Fax:     81-(0)3-3942-0120
Add:  kouza@toyo-bunko.or.jp