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Seminar

Method of East Asian Classical Studies, 25th Seminar
A Platform for Rising Scholars (session 5)

Date
December 2nd (Friday), 2016, 2:00 pm
Venue
Kyoto University, Yoshida South Sōgō Building, south building, room 334
Speaker
Kristopher Reeves (National Institute of Japanese Literature) and Matthew Fraleigh (Brandeis University)

Basic Information

Summary

REEVES, Kristopher (National Institute of Japanese Literature, assistant professor)
“Comparing Edo, Ming, and European Picture Dictionaries: A Close Look at Sen’an’s Morokoshi kinmō zui”

FRALEIGH, Matthew (Brandeis University, associate professor)
“How Do Western Scholars Approach Japanese Sinitic Poetry?”

Coordinators:

HUANG Yiding 黄一丁 (Kyoto University, doctoral student)
SONG Han 宋晗 (Tokyo University, doctoral student)
ZHAO Zhenyu 趙偵宇 (Kyoto University, doctoral student)
TOBITA Hidenobu 飛田英伸 (Tokyo University, doctoral student)

Host

The Creation of a Next-Generation Hub for East Asian Classical Studies: Accelerating Research and Education through International Collaboration

About the Platform for Rising Scholars

The Platform for Rising Scholars was started in 2016 as part of the Creation of a Next-Generation Hub for East Asian Classical Studies: Accelerating Research and Education through International Collaboration (headed by Saitō Mareshi), with hopes of providing young researchers with an opportunity to share their research and communicate with one another. This platform encourages promising researchers, including graduate students, post-doctors, assistant professors, and lecturers, to present their research outside of their home institutions. Commentators are likewise selected from among young researchers for the purpose of promoting inter-institutional communication.