5th Annual International Conference — Siem Reap, Cambodia — December 6th to 8th, 2014
Colloque scientifique international
Organisé par le Centre de Recherche sur l’Extrême-Orient de Paris-Sorbonne (CREOPS)
au Musée national des arts asiatiques Guimet, 6 place d’Iéna 75016 Paris (4 septembre), à l’Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art (INHA) 2, rue Vivienne, 75002 Paris, (5 septembre), et au musée du quai Branly, 37, quai Branly, 75007 Paris (6 septembre)
Ce colloque est destiné à présenter l’avancée des connaissances dans le domaine des arts du Vietnam des périodes anciennes jusqu’à aujourd’hui. Cet événement rassemblera des spécialistes internationaux de ces questions (France et Vietnam, mais aussi Amérique du Nord, Europe et Asie) afin de stimuler des échanges interdisciplinaires tout en présentant la diversité et la richesse des arts vietnamiens d’une façon exigeante et accessible au grand public. C’est le premier colloque scientifique consacré aux arts vietnamiens organisé en dehors du Vietnam ». Continue reading “ARTS DU VIETNAM, NOUVELLES APPROCHES ARTS OF VIETNAM, NEW APPROACHES”
“One Asia Project” at The University of British Columbia
Project Director: Professor Nam-lin Hur
International relations in premodern East Asia were multidimensional, intersecting, and multilayered. The conventional framework of understanding, which has been represented by the tributary/investiture system or a system of controlled trade, is far short of being able to capture the complex flows of people, ideas/thoughts, goods/material objects, institutions, and emotions that constituted the fabric of border-crossing interactions between China, Korea, Japan, and other ethnic/political entities in the region. The current state of East Asian studies begs for a new paradigm of understanding that should be articulated through collaborative cross-border research and a multidisciplinary approach. Continue reading “Call for Papers on “International Relations in Premodern East Asia, 14th-19th Centuries””
• facilitated regional cooperation through the development of academic and governmental networks in the Asia-Pacific region;
• provided a forum for discussion of technical and ethical issues related to underwater cultural heritage and underwater archaeology;
• freely distributed information across the region and worldwide.
APCONF 2014 included three days of concurrent presentations, organized into 15 individual sessions. Eighty-four of the session presenters submitted papers for publication. APCONF papers were reviewed and edited by the committee and published in the hard copy of the conference proceedings (and available individually here). The study and preservation of underwater cultural heritage benefits directly from the knowledge shared here by these contributing authors, who are at the forefront of the UCH discipline across the Asia Pacific region. The Planning Committee would like to extend our gratitude to the authors and session organizers for making this publication possible. While copyright in the conference proceedings as a whole is vested in the 2014 Asia-Pacific Regional Conference Planning Committee, the copyright of the individual papers belongs to their authors.
While the presentations in Honolulu have ended the conference lives on in this digital collection on the Museum of Underwater Archaeology. The papers are presented here organized by session (see the links below). Most session pages include a video introduction with the session organizers. In addition visitors to this site can watch interviews with the keynote speakers (see below). By making this outstanding collection freely available online it is our hope that the conversations begun in Manila 2011 and held in Hawaii 2014 will continue into the future.
Funding for the publication of the conference proceedings was generously provided by: National Marine Sanctuary Foundation, University of Hawai‘i Marine Option Program, NOAA’s Office of National Marine Sanctuaries, Bureau of Ocean Energy and Management, the Wenner-Gren Foundation, UNESCO, the Ocean Foundation, University of Hawai‘i, The Field Museum, Ships of Discovery, Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology, Inc., SEAMEO SPAFA Regional Centre for Arts and Archaeology, Maney Publishing, and the Tokyo Institute of Marine Science and Technology.
-Dr. Hans Van Tilburg, Chair of the Conference Organizing Committee
Các link download tư liệu trong entry này được trích lấy từ website của Center for Research Libraries
The following items are available online:
- Year 1, no.1-12, Nov 1901 (48 scans)
- Year 1, no.13-24, Dec 1901 (48 scans)
- Year 2, no.25-36, Jan 1902 (48 scans)
- Year 2, no.37-44, Feb 1902 (32 scans)
- Year 2, no.45-54, Mar 1902 (40 scans)
- Year 2, no.55-66, Apr 1902 (48 scans)
- Year 2, no.67-78, May 1902 (48 scans)
- Year 2, no.79-90, June 1902 (48 scans)
- Year 2, no.91-103, July 1902 (52 scans)
- Year 2, no.104-115, Aug 1902 (48 scans)
- Year 2, no.116-127, Sept 1902 (48 scans)
- Year 2, no.128-140, Oct 1902 (52 scans)
- Year 2, no.141-152, Nov 1902 (48 scans)
- Year 2, no.153-164, Dec 1902 (48 scans)
The Siam Society, under Royal Patronage, is one of Thailand’s oldest and most active learned organization. The object of the Society is to investigate and to encourage the arts and sciences in Thailand and neighbouring countries. Since the Society established its Journal in 1904, it has become one of the leading scholarly publications in South-East Asia. The Journal is international in outlook, carrying original articles … Continue reading Journal of the Siam Society
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Departments and Units
Location: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, USA.
Time: April 14–July 27, 2014
This is the first international loan exhibition to explore the sculptural art produced in the earliest kingdoms of Southeast Asia. From the first millennium onward, powerful kingdoms emerged in the region, embracing much of Indic culture to give political and religious expression to their identities. Early Hinduism (Brahmanism) and Buddhism arrived early, first witnessed by Sanskrit inscriptions, and shortly thereafter by a proliferation of large-scale religious imagery. Continue reading “Exhibition: Lost Kingdoms Hindu-Buddhist Sculpture of Early Southeast Asia, 5th to 8th Century”
The British Library’s Endangered Archives Programme aims to contribute to the preservation of archival material that is in danger of destruction, neglect or physical deterioration world-wide. This is achieved principally through the award of grants in an annual competition. Last year, an award was granted to the Northern Illinois University, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, for a pilot project dedicated to the preservation of Cham manuscripts. The … Continue reading Cham manuscripts online