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김영재 2005-03-18 (금) 12:15 14년전 3360  
http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~korea/koguryo/

이번에 하버드대학에서 고구려 컨퍼런스 합니다. 한중일 미국 호주 프랑스  등의 학자들이 자기들의 연구를 발표합니다. 펜실베니아대의 스타인하트교수님도 여기서 발표하신 다더군요. 그럼.. 참가하시는 분들은 다음과 같습니다. 북한학자분들이 초청되지 않은게 아쉽군요!

Participants

South Korea

Choi Jongtaik (Seoul National University)
Choe Kwangsik (Koryŏ University)
Noh Taedon (Seoul National University)
So Gilsu (Sŏgyŏng University)
Song Kiho (Seoul National University)
Yeo Hokyu (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)
Japan
Azuma Ushio (Tokushima University)
Saotome Masahiro (Tokyo University)
Lee Sungsi (Waseda University)
China
Jin Xudong (Jilin Kaogusuo)
Li Xinquan (Liaoning Kaogusuo)
Wei Cuncheng (Jilin University)
Australia
Kenneth Gardiner (Australia National University)
France
Ariane Perrin (Laboratoire d’Études coréennes UMR 8033)
United States
Mark Byington (Harvard University, Korea Institute)
Nancy Steinhardt (University of Pennsylvania)


The Harvard Conference of Koguryŏ History and Archaeology

Announcement

The Korea Institute at Harvard University will be hosting an international forum titled The Harvard Conference on Koguryŏ History and Archaeology, a two and one-half day symposium featuring presentations by Koguryŏ specialists from six countries. The conference will take place April 5-7, 2005 at the Harvard University Faculty Club, and will be a closed forum.

The primary purpose of this conference is to facilitate the introduction of Koguryŏ-based studies in the English language. Although there have been a few valuable scholarly articles on Koguryŏ in English, there are, to date, no comprehensive treatments on Koguryŏ or works that approach various aspects of Koguryŏ history and culture from multiple disciplines. This is a notable deficiency, not only for scholars of Korean history, but also for those who study and teach the history of East Asia as a whole. One of the long-term goals of this conference, therefore, is to help provide a foundation for Koguryŏ studies in the English language.

Koguryŏ’s prominence in newspaper headlines in recent months reminds us that even today, with nationalism on the rise in East Asia and elsewhere, the ancient past is still very much pertinent. The past is viewed in many different ways, and recent editorials and commentaries, including some in English, have inundated us with confused and contradictory information regarding Koguryŏ, much of it offered by writers with little actual knowledge of the fields of history and archaeology. This proliferation of misinformation regarding Koguryŏ threatens to compound the problems facing western scholars who wish to include Koguryŏ in their research or curricula. We have therefore invited Koguryŏ specialists trained in the fields of history and archaeology to present the material that is central to their own research. And though we anticipate differences of opinion and engaging academic debate, the presentations offered at the conference are expected to represent informed and balanced scholarship.

Presentations at the conference will include discussions of Koguryŏ’s origins and development, its inter-regional relations, its tomb structure and art, and its archaeological remains. Other presentations will focus on sources for Koguryŏ history and archaeology, Koguryŏ in historiography, and the modern history of scholarly work on Koguryŏ. Papers prepared for this conference will be compiled into an edited volume, so that they will be made more broadly available.


The Harvard Conference of Koguryŏ History and Archaeology


Schedule


April 5-7, 2005
Harvard University Faculty Club

DAY ONE (April 5, 2005, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm)
9:00 - 9:30 Opening Statements (Korea Institute)

9:30 - 11:10 Panel One: Koguryŏ Origins in History and Archaeology


Early Koguryŏ Remains in China
Li Xinquan, Liaoning Archaeology Institute
Han’s Xuantu Commandery and Koguryŏ State Formation
Mark Byington, Harvard University Korea Institute
11:10 - 12:30 Lunch Break

12:30 - 3:00 Panel Two: History and Historiography


Koguryŏ in Silla and Koryŏ Historiography
Noh Taedon, Seoul National University
On Parhae as a Successor to Koguryŏ
Song Kiho, Seoul National University
The Early History of Koguryŏ
Kenneth Gardiner, Australia National University
3:15 - 4:55 Panel Three: Koguryŏ and its Inter-regional Relations


East Asian International Order in the Fourth Century and Changes in Koguryŏ’s Foreign Policy"
Yeo Ho Gyu, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
Koguryŏ and Its Political and Cultural Influence on East Asia
Lee Sungsi, Waseda University
Evening Reception at Harvard Faculty Club


DAY TWO (April 6, 2005, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm)
9:00 - 9:15 Setup Time

9:15 - 11:30 Panel Four: Koguryŏ Tombs and Art


Koguryŏ Tombs and the Power of Kings
Azuma Ushio, Tokushima University
Resonance and Resplendence in the Twin Pillars Tomb
Nancy Steinhardt, University of Pennsylvania
A Re-assessment of the Emergence of the Images of the Four Animals of the Cardinal Directions in Koguryŏ Funerary Art
Ariane Perrin, Laboratoire d’Études coréennes UMR 8033
11:30 - 12:45 Lunch Break

12:45 - 3:00 Panel Five: Koguryŏ Archaeological Remains


Koguryŏ History and Archaeological Sites in China
Wei Cuncheng, Jilin University
Koguryŏ Archaeological Finds and Research in Jilin Province
Jin Xudong, Jilin Archaeology Institute
Studies on Koguryŏ Archaeological Remains in South Korea
Choi Jongtaik, Koryo University
3:15 - 4:55 Panel Six: Individual Topics


Koguryŏ Fortresses
So Gilsu, Sŏgyŏng University
Early Japanese Archaeological Work on Koguryŏ
Saotome Masahiro, Tokyo University
Dinner for Participants at Harvard Faculty Club


DAY THREE (April 7, 2005, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm)
9:00 - 10:00 Panel Seven: Special Slide Presentation on Koguryŏ Capitals


Koguryŏ Capitals
So Gilsu, Sŏgyŏng University
10:15 - 12:00 Panel Eight: The Future of Koguryŏ Scholarship in the West


The State of Koguryŏ Studies in East Asia: Directions for Future Studies
Ch’oe Kwangsik, Koryŏ University.
Koguryŏ in East Asian Studies in the West
Mark Byington, Harvard University Korea Institute
12:00 - 1:00 Open Discussion

1:00 Conference Closes


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