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Time-table of Conference “Issues of Far Eastern Literatures” and Sinological Workshop
“From National Tradition to Globalization,
from Realism to Post-modernism:
the Ttrends in Modern Chinese Literature”

Saint Petersburg State University
June 22-26, 2004

June 20-21, 2004 (Monday)

  • 08.00–22.00 – Transfer Pulkovo-2 International Airport – SPbSU Guest-house (Shevchenko Str., 25)

 

June 22, 2004 (Tuesday)

  • 07.00- 09.00 – Transfer from the “Moskovskiy vokzal” railway station to the Guest-house
  • 09.40 – Transfer from the Guest-house (Shevchenko Str., 25) to the conference venue
  • 10.00–11.00 – Registration (Universitetskaya emb. 11, ground floor, Faculty of Oriental Studies Building, Cinema Hall)
  • 11.00-12.00 – Opening ceremony (Universitetskaya emb. 11, ground floor, Faculty of Oriental Studies Building, Cinema Hall)
  • 12.00-14.00 – Panel N 1 “Ba Jin. The role of writer in Chinese society” (Universitetskaya emb. 11, ground floor, Faculty of Oriental Studies Building, Cinema Hall). Chairman – Riftin Boris

1) Serebryakov Yevgeniy. Quest for Goodness and Justice (SPbSU, Russia)
2) Wang Liye. Ba Jin and Russian Literature (Beijing Foreign Languages University, PRC)
3) Zakharova Natalia. Ba Jin’s Essays (Moscow State Linguistic University, Russia)
4) Zhelokhovtsev Alexei. Tradition of Ba Jin in Modern Chinese Literature (Institute of Far Eastern Studies RAS, Russia)

  • 14.00-15.00 – Lunch
  • 15.00-18.00 – Bus city-tour

 

June 23, 2004 (Wednesday)

  • 09.00 – Transfer from the Guest-house to the conference venue
  • 09.30-12.30 – Panel N 2 “Classical Chinese literature”
  • Session N 1 ”Poetry, Drama, Oral Literature” (Universitetskaya emb., 11, 1st floor, Faculty of Oriental Studies Building, Lecture Hall 201). Chairman –Storozhuk Alexander

1) Lomova Olga. The Theme of the Orange Tree in Early Chinese Poetry: From “Deep-rooted, Firm and Hard to Shift” to “Lacking Vigor” (Charles University, Czech Republic)
2) Mitkina Yevgenia. Several Poetry Schools of Qing Dynasty (18th century) (SPbSU, Russia)
3) Masalimova Darima. “Lun shi” – Literary Critics in the Poetic Form (Buryat SU, Russia)

  • 11.00–11.30 – Coffee-break

4) Berezkin Rostislav. The Development of the Genre Pao-chüan (Peculiarities of Composition of Two Pao-chüan About Mu-lien) (SPbSU, Russia)
5) Mayatskiy Dmitriy. Discussion in the Second Half of 50-es in the XX Century Over the Problem of Ideological Contents in the Famous Play “P’ip’a” by Chinese Dramatist Kao Ming (1304(?) – 1370(?))” (SPbSU, Russia)

  • 12.30-13.30 – Lunch
  • 13.30-16.00 – Workshop “From National Tradition to Globalization, from Realism to Post-Modernism: The Trends in Modern Chinese Literature”

Session N 1 “New Sources of Literary Inspiration” (Universitetskaya emb., 11, 1st floor, Faculty of Oriental Studies Building, Lecture Hall 201). Chairman – Speshnev Nikolay
1) Galik Marian. The Bible as a Source of Modern Chinese Poetry: From Zhou Zuoren to Haizi (Slovak Academy of Science, Slovakia)
2) Rodionov Alexei. Influence of Lewis Carroll on the works of Lao She (SPbSU, Russia)
3) Ding Fang. Chinese Modernist Poetry (Beijing Technology University, PRC)
4) Weightman Frances. Constructing an Authorial Persona — Some
Features of Early Twentieth Century Chinese Authorial Prefaces (University of Leeds, UK)

  • 16.00-16.30 – Coffee-break
  • 16.30-18.30 – Workshop “From National Tradition to Globalization, from Realism to Post-Modernism: The Trends in Modern Chinese Literature”

Session N 2 “Modern Literature and Cinema as an Exploration of Chinese Culture and Psychology” (Universitetskaya emb., 11, 1st floor, Faculty of Oriental Studies Building, Lecture Hall 201). Chairman – Galik Marian
1) Larson Wendy. Psychology, Jingshen, and Sex: Theories of the Self in Contemporary Chinese Literature (University of Oregon, USA)
2) Shi Liang. Defining Chinese Male Homosexuality on Screen: “Farewell My Concubine” and “Wedding Banquet» (Miami University, USA)
3) Rodionova Oxana. Searching for the Roots: Zhang Xianliang’s Family Portrait (SPbSU, Russia)
4) Shulunova Yevgenia. Wang Meng about Nature as a Symbolic Form (Institute of Far Eastern Studies RAS, Russia)
5) Lu Sheldon. Body Writing: Beauty Writers at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century (UC Davis, USA)

  • 18.30-19.00 – Coffee-break
  • 19.30-20.30 – Boat city-tour

 

June 24, 2004 (Thursday)

  • 09.00 – Transfer from the Guest-house to the conference venue
  • 09.30-12.00 – Panel N 2 “Classical Chinese literature”

Session N 2 “Prose and Culture” (Universitetskaya emb., 11, 1st floor, Faculty of Oriental Studies Building, Lecture Hall 201). Chairman — Lomova Olga
1) Riftin Boris. Epopee “Three Kingdoms” in Old Illustrations (Institute of World Literature RAS, Russia)
2) Ge Liangyan. A Rereading of Zhuge Liang in the Context of the Civil Service Examinations (University of Notre Dame, USA)
3) Storozhuk Alexander. Characters of Taoists in Tang literature (SPbSU, Russia)
4) Lian Xinda. Song Literati and Literary Snobbery (Denison University, USA)

  • 12.00-13.00 – Lunch
  • 13.00-14.30 – Panel N 3 “Methodological approaches and experience of Chinese literature studying and teaching” (Universitetskaya emb., 11, 1st floor, Faculty of Oriental Studies Building, Lecture Hall 201). Chairman – Menshikov Lev

1) Han Yong. The Purposes, Methods and Contents of Lecturing Chinese Literature at the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Kazan State University (Kazan SU, Russia)
2) Sieber Patricia. The Russian Connection: Print Culture, Chinese Literature, and the Formation of Sinology in Nineteenth-Century Europe (Ohio State University, USA)

  • 15.00-17.30 – Excursion to the Hermitage museum

 

June 25, 2004 (Friday)

  • 09.00 – Transfer from the Guest-house to the conference venue
  • 09.30-10.30 – Panel N 4 “Russians and Russian literature in China” (Universitetskaya emb., 11, 1st floor, Faculty of Oriental Studies Building, Lecture Hall 201). Chairman – Rodionov Alexei

1) Belozubova Natalia. Art field in A. Heidock’s stories (Story collection «Stars of Manchuria») (Amur SU, Russia)
2) He Donghui. How is Pavel Korchagin Postmodernized? The Chinese TV Adaptation of a Soviet Classic (University of Tennessee, USA)

  • 10.30-11.00 – Coffee-break
  • 11.00-12.30 — Panel N 5 “Literatures of Indonesia, Cambodia, Vietnam, Japan, Mongolia and India: past and present”

Session N 1 “Indonesian literature” (Universitetskaya emb., 11, 1st floor, Faculty of Oriental Studies Building, Lecture Hall 201). Chairman – Yelovkov Dmitriy

1) Ogloblin Alexander. Phases of Literary Activity in Ethnical Languages of Indonesia in the 20th and the Beginning of the 21st Centuries (SPbSU, Russia)
2) Boldyreva Maria. Revisiting the Problem of Javanese Tradition in Indonesian Poetry
(SPb Branch of Institute of Oriental Studies RAS, Russia)
3) Pozdniakova Yekaterina. The Reconstruction of the Traditional Female Image in the Modern Indonesian Novels of 70s-90s (SPbSU, Russia)

  • 12.30-13.30 – Lunch
  • 13.30-16.00 – Panel N 5 “Literatures of Indonesia, Cambodia, Vietnam, Japan, Mongolia and India: past and present”
  • Session N 2 “Literatures of Vietnam, Cambodia, India, Mongolia and Japan” (Universitetskaya emb., 11, 1st floor, Faculty of Oriental Studies Building, Lecture Hall 201). Chairman – Ogloblin Alexander

1) Bystrov Igor. Vietnamese Literature of “Renovation” and Its Reflection of War (SPbSU, Russia)
2) Osadcha Yuliya. Forms of Individualism’s Manifestation in Japanese Literature of the First Half of the XX Century (Shevchenko Institute of Literature NASU, Ukraine)
3) Yelovkov Dmitriy. Some Traits of Khmer Spiritual Culture (SPbSU, Russia)
4) Chelnokova Anna. The Poem in the Circle of Samsaara: Some Notes on the Ramacaritamanas Tradition in Modern India (SPbSU, Russia)
5) Ivleva Regina. Development of Epic Forms in the Mongolian Prose after 1985 (SPbSU, Russia)

  • 16.00-16.30 – Coffee-break
  • 16.30-18.30 – Workshop “From National Tradition to Globalization, from Realism to Post-Modernism: The Trends in Modern Chinese Literature”

Session N 3 “Literature and Revolution” (Universitetskaya emb., 11, 1st floor, Faculty of Oriental Studies Building, Lecture Hall 201). Chairman – Larson Wendy
1) Wang Rujie. Problems of the Revolutionary Literature: The Daemonic Spirit in Mara Poetry (College of Wooster, USA)
2) Lan Yang. A Forbidden Zone: Love in Official Chinese Literature of the Cultural Revolution (University of Leeds, UK)
3) Korobova Anastassia. “Cultural Revolution” in Prose by Feng Jicai (Institute of Far Eastern Studies RAS, Russia)
4) Yusupova Guzel. Glimpses of the “Cultural Revolution” in the Works of Can Xue (Kazan SU, Russia)

 

June 26, 2004 (Saturday)

  • 09.00 – Transfer from the Guest-house to the conference venue
  • 09.30-11.30 – Workshop “From National Tradition to Globalization, from Realism to Post-Modernism: The Trends in Modern Chinese Literature”
  • Session N 4 “Realism versus Old Prose versus Post-Modernism” (Universitetskaya emb., 11, 1st floor, Faculty of Oriental Studies Building, Lecture Hall 201). Chairman – Sorokin Vladislav

1) Agaronova Maria. The Influence of Foreign Literature on the Chinese Avant-Garde Fiction (1980s) (Saint Petersburg State University, Russia)
2) Khouziatiova Nadezhda. Literary Experiments in China of the 1980s in the Context of the Discussion on “Search for Cultural Roots” (Far Eastern State University, Russia)
3) Korets Galina. Tie Ning as a Typical Representative of Realism in Modern Chinese Literature. Main Ideas of Her Works (Institute of Far Eastern Studies RAS, Russia)
4) Zavidovskaya Yekaterina. Trends in Chinese Literature of Late 1980s — Late 1990s: Literary Postmodernism, Realism, Tradition (Institute of Far Eastern Studies RAS, Russia)

  • 11.30-12.00 – Coffee-break
  • 12.00-13.00 – Closing ceremony (Universitetskaya emb., 11, 1st floor, Faculty of Oriental Studies Building, Lecture Hall 201)
  • 13.30-16.00 – Farewell banquet at “Manyuanchun” Restaurant (1-st Line, 52)
  • 16.00-22.00 – Transfer Guest-house — Pulkovo-2 International Airport / Guest-house – “Moskovskiy vokzal” railway station

 

June 27, 2004 (Sunday)

  • 08.00-22.00 – Transfer Guest-house – Pulkovo-2 International Airport / Guest-house – “Moskovskiy vokzal” railway station