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2021年12月19日: Confucian Scholars in the Late Tokugawa Period

Updated: Dec 15, 2021


A Symposium organized by,

・JSPS KAKENHI Grant Number: JP19K00118 (Jūhasseiki kōhan ni okeru jusha no sōgōteki kenkyū: Rai Shunsui to sono shūhen 18世紀後半における『儒者』の総合的研究―頼春水とその周辺)

・Sophia University Institute of Comparative Culture Collaborative Research Unit "Network Studies" (Lead investigator: Bettina Gramlich-Oka)


Date: 19 December 2021 (Tokyo time)

Time: 13:00–16:30 (Tokyo time)

Place: Zoom

Join Zoom Meeting: Register from HERE (https://forms.office.com/r/DX59NjLaTS)


Program

13:00–13:05

WELCOME ADDRESS


13:10–13:30

Asai Miyabi (JSPS Research Fellow RPD)

“The Role of Confucian Scholars in the Establishment of Domain School in Hiroshima”

13:40–14:00

Motomura Masafumi (Okayama University):

“An Exploratory Study of Life and Death in ‘Shunsui Diary’”

14:00–14:20

Q&A

14:30–14:50

Shimizu Norio (Meiji University):

“Interactions among Confucian Scholars in the Late Eighteenth Century”


15:00–15:20

Takahashi Yasuhiro (Tama University):

“Reading Confucian Classics Together: Rai Shunsui and his Network”

15:20–15:40

Q&A

15:40–16:00

Bettina Gramlich-Oka (Sophia University):

“Visualizing the Network of Rai Shunsui”


16:00–16:30

CLOSING REMARKS

Leo Born (Heidelberg University):

“The Future of JBDB”


AND DISCUSSION


(Presentations are in English; Q&A sessions are both Jp. and En.)