Программа III конференции

Time-table of The Third Conference “Issues of Far Eastern Literatures”, Dedicated to the 110th Anniversary of Zheng Zhenduo

St. Petersburg State University
Fudan University

Saint Petersburg, June 24-28, 2008

June 22-23, 2008 (Sunday-Monday)

  • 07.00–24.00 – Transfer Pulkovo-2 International Airport / Moskovsky vokzal Railway Station – SPbSU Guest-house (Shevchenko Str., 25) and “Prestige” Hotel (3d line, 52)

 

June 24, 2008 (Tuesday)

  • 07.00- 09.00 – Transfer Pulkovo-2 International Airport / Moskovsky vokzal Railway Station – SPbSU Guest-house (Shevchenko Str., 25) and “Prestige” Hotel (3d line, 52)
  • 09.30 – Transfer from the Guest-house to the conference venue
  • 09.45 — Transfer from the Hotel to the conference venue
  • 10.00–11.00 – Registration (Universitetskaya emb. 11, Faculty of Asian & African Studies Building, Auditorium 175)
  • 11.00-11.30 – Opening ceremony (Universitetskaya emb. 11, Faculty of Asian & African Studies Building, Auditorium 175)

Greetings:
1) Ilia Dementiev. Vice-rector of SPbSU
2) Gao Yuanbao. Head of DCLL delegation, Fudan University
3) Tian Erlong. Consul General of PRC in St.Petersburg

  • 11.30-13.30 – Panel N 1 “Zheng Zhenduo and the Birth of Modern Chinese Literature”, Session N 1 (Universitetskaya emb. 11, Faculty of Asian & African Studies Building, Auditorium 175). Chairman – Academician Boris Riftin (Institute of World Literature, Russia) (Working languages – Russian, Chinese, English)

1) Zhu Wenhua. Zheng Zhenduo and the Communication between Chinese and Foreign Literature from the May Fourth Movement (Fudan University, PRC)
2) Berezkin Rostislav. Zheng Zhenduo’s Contribution to the Study of Baojuan (Precious Scrolls): Problems of the Origin and Early History of the Genre (SPbSU, Russia / University of Pennsylvania, USA)
3) Chen Fukang. On Zheng Zhenduo’s Contribution to Sino-Russian Literary Communication: To Commemorate the 110th Anniversary of Zheng Zhenduo’s Birth (SISU, PRC)
4) Komissarov Sergei. Zheng Zhenduo as Archeologist (Novosibirsk State University, Russia)

  • 13.30-14.30 – Lunch
  • 14.30- 16.00 — Panel N 2 “The Trends in Modern Chinese Literature”, Session N 1 (Universitetskaya emb. 11, Faculty of Asian & African Studies Building, Auditorium 175). Chairman – Gao Yuanbao (Fudan University, PRC) (Working languages – Chinese, English)

1) Li Zhensheng. Retrace the Spiritual Sources of Modern Chinese Literature (Fudan University, PRC)
2) Chen Hsiang-Yin. The Initiation and Translation of ‘A Superfluous Man’ in China: Construction and Deconstruction of Early Qu Qiubai (Academia Sinica, China)
3) Wang Dongming. Tradition and Innovation-Circumstances of New Poetry (Fudan University, PRC)

  • 14.30-16.00 — Panel N 4 “Literatures of Far East & South East Asia: Past and Present”, Session N 1 (Universitetskaya emb. 11, Faculty of Asian & African Studies Building, Auditorium 167).Chairman – Rudolf Yanson (SPbSU, Russia) (Working languages – Russian, English)

1) Yelovkov Dmitry. Khmer Literature in the 20th Century (SPbSU, Russia)
2) Ogloblin Alexander. Structure and Message in Indonesian Short Stories (SPbSU, Russia)
3) Romanova Evgenia. The Mythological Images and Historical Figures in an Indonesian Poetry at the Beginning of the 20th Century (SPbSU, Russia)

  • 16.00 – 16.30 – Coffee-break
  • 16.30-18.00 — Panel N 2 “The Trends in Modern Chinese Literature”, Session N 2 (Universitetskaya emb. 11, Faculty of Asian & African Studies Building, Auditorium 175). Chairman – Alexey Rodionov (SPbSU, Russia) (Working languages – Chinese, English)

1) Senno Takumasa. Where are We Going Now? (Waseda University, Japan)
2) Yang Xiaobin. The Phantoms of Literary Subjectivity and Historical Reason (Academia Sinica, China)
3) Lau Paris Chi-chuen. Approaching Zhang Xianliang: From Historical Reality to the Political Unconscious (Hong Kong Polytechnic University, PRC)

  • 16.30 – 18.00 — Panel N 4 “Literatures of Far East & South East Asia: Past and Present”, Session N 2 (Universitetskaya emb. 11, Faculty of Asian & African Studies Building, Auditorium 167). Chairman – Anastassia Gurieva (SPbSU, Russia) (Working language – Russian)

1) Amanova Gulistan. The Role of “The News of Western Literature and Arts” in the Formation of Modern Korean Poetry (IOS RAS, Russia)
2) Korneeva Inna. Confucian Ideas of Education and Academic Learning in Korean Medieval Literature (Sakhalin State University, Russia)
3) Moskalenko Yulia. The Reception of French Literature in Korea (FESU, Russia)
4) Knorozova Catherine. Matter of the Background of Vietnamese Traditional Prose of Small Forms Revisited (Library of RAS, Russia)

  • 18.15– Transfer to the Guest-house and Hotel
  • 20.00-23.00 – Bus city-tour (foreign guests only, guided tour in Chinese, departure from the Guest-house and Hotel)
  • June 25, 2008 (Wednesday)
  • 09.30 — Transfer from the Guest-house to the conference venue
  • 09.45 – Transfer from the Hotel to the conference venue
  • 10.00-13.00 – Panel N 2 “The Trends in Modern Chinese Literature”, Session N 3 (Universitetskaya emb. 11, Faculty of Asian & African Studies Building, Auditorium 175). Chairman – Richard Trappl (University of Vienna, Austria) (Working languages – Chinese, English)

1) Zhang Yesong. The Aesthetics and Politics in the Late Lu Xun (Fudan University, PRC)
2) I Lofen. Ling Shuhua in Singapore Nanyang University and her Argument about Chinese Poetry (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
3) Li Nan. The Popular Tendency of Modern and Shanghai Literature in 1940s (Fudan University, PRC)

  • 11.30–12.00 – Coffee-break

4) Gao Yuanbao. “San Bu Zhuyi” of Sun Li’s “Kangri Fiction” (Fudan University, PRC)
5) Cui Feng. On Mao Dun’s Translation Activities from the Late 1920s to 1930s (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)

  • 10.00-13.00 – Panel N 4 “Literatures of Far East & South East Asia: Past and Present”, Session N 3 (Universitetskaya emb. 11, Faculty of Asian & African Studies Building, Auditorium 167). Chairman – Pavel Grokhovsky (SPbSU, Russia) (Working language – Russian)

1) Edleeva Kermen. Some Characteristic Features of the Mongolian Prays Performance (St.Petersburg Branch of IOS RAS, Russia)
2) Muzraeva Deliash. «The Sutra of the Wise and the Fool» among Oyirats and Kalmyks: To Comparative Research of Translations of Zaya-pandita Nam-mkha’ rgya-mtsho (1599-1662) and Thog-med bka’-bcu (1887-1980) (Kalmyk Institute for Humanities of RAS, Russia).
3) Menyaev Badma. The Parables in the «Nectar Teaching Legend» (Kalmyk Institute for Humanities of RAS, Russia).

  • 11.30–12.00 – Coffee-break

4) Petrova Maria. Ritual Poetry of D.Biambadorg (SPbSU, Russia)
5) Ivleva Regina. Mysticism in Mongolian Literature (SPbSMU. Russia)
6) Dayriyma Basanzhargal. The Mongolian Folk-tales in Researches of the Mongolian Scientists (SPbSU, Russia)

  • 13.00-14.00 – Lunch
  • 14.00-15.30 – Panel N 2 “The Trends in Modern Chinese Literature”, Session N 4 (Universitetskaya emb. 11, Faculty of Asian & African Studies Building, Auditorium 175). Chairman – Zhang Yesong (Fudan University, PRC) (Working language – Chinese)

1) Zang Dongchion. Viewpoints of Urbiculture in Riverside scenes by Park Taewon and Four Generation under One Roof by Lao She (Korea University, South Korea)
2) Fan Pik Wah. An Overview on the Changes of Chinese Society in Malaysia and Singapore through Chinese Fiction (1970-1989) (University of Malaya, Malaysia)
3) Rodionov Alexey. Russia and Russian Literature in the Mirror of Chinese Nationalist Journals in Early 1930s. (SPbSU, Russia)

  • 14.00-15.30 – Panel N 4 “Literatures of Far East & South East Asia: Past and Present”, Session N 4 (Universitetskaya emb. 11, Faculty of Asian & African Studies Building, Auditorium 167). Chairman – Tatyana Breslavets (FESU, Russia) (Working language – Russian).

1) Rybin Victor. Past and Present of Japanese Parody Poems. Their Universal and Specific Features (SPbSU, Russia)
2) Sadokova Anastassia. Japanese Legends and Folktales about Criptomerium as a Saint Tree (MSU, Russia)
3) Toropygina Maria. The Conception of Outer Worlds and Outer Lands in the Japanese Literature of Muromachi Period (14th – 16th cc.): Two Travels of the Hero of the Story “Bontenkoku” (IOS RAS, Russia)

  • 15.30–16.00 – Coffee-break
  • 16.00-18.00 – Panel N 3 “Problem of cultural heritage and new tasks in study of the classical Chinese literature”, Session N 1 (Universitetskaya emb. 11, Faculty of Asian & African Studies Building, Auditorium 175). Chairman – Alexander Storozhuk (SPbSU, Russia) (Working languages – Chinese & English)

1) Riftin Boris. Story about Wu Song and Folk Paintings (Institute of World Literature, Russia)
2) Choe Yongchul. Korean Translations of Hongloumeng (A Dream of the Red Chamber) and it’s Five Sequels (Nakseon-jae Manuscripts) in Joseon (or Chosun) Dynasty (Korea University, South Korea)
3) Liang Guizhi. Reflection on the Study of Dream of the Red Chamber (SPbSU, Russia / Liaoning Normal University, PRC)
4) Si Jia. Collecting and Collection: Protestant Missionaries and Local Chinese Vernacular Culture in the Early Nineteenth Century (Fudan University, PRC)

  • 16.00-18.00 – Panel N 4 “Literatures of Far East & South East Asia: Past and Present”, Session N 5 (Universitetskaya emb. 11, Faculty of Asian & African Studies Building, Auditorium 167). Chairman – Victor Rybin (SPbSU, Russia) (Working language – Russian).

1) Breslavets Tatyana. Russian Writers in Japan (FESU, Russia)
2) Osadcha Yuliya. The Conception of Narrative Prose in «The Essence of the Novel» Tsubouchi Shyoyo (T. Shevchenko Institute of Literature NASU, Ukraine)
3) Kupko Daria. Japanese “Atomic Bombing Literature” of the 2d Half of the 20th Century (National University of “Kyiv-Mohila Academy”, Ukraine)
4) Stanyukovich Maria. Jewelry, Betel Chewing and Musical Instruments. Procreative Semantics of Material Objects in Northern Luzon Oral Traditions (Philippines) (Kunstkamera RAS, Russia)

  • 18.30-20.00 – Boat city-tour (foreign guests only, guided tour in Chinese)

 

June 26, 2006 (Thursday)

  • 09.30 — Transfer from the Guest-house to the conference venue
  • 09.45 – Transfer from the Hotel to the conference venue
  • 10.00-13.00 — Panel N 2 “The Trends in Modern Chinese Literature”, Session N 6 (Universitetskaya emb. 11, Faculty of Asian & African Studies Building, Auditorium 175). Chairman – Liang Yong’an (Fudan University, PRC) (Working languages – Chinese, English)

1) Adlakha Hemant. Modernist Literary Currents in 20th Century Chinese Thinking: Eschewing or Chewing of Modernity (JNU, India)
2) Liu Zhirong. Absurd Realism: A Tendency of Chinese Fictions in the Past Two Decades (Fudan University, PRC)
3) Zhang Xinying. Internalization and Schizophrenia of the Time:
Examining the Current Literary Ideas from the Perspective of Brothers (Fudan University, PRC)

  • 11.30–12.00 – Coffee-break

4) Shapiro Roman. Traditional Motives in Yu Hua’s Prose (Russian State University for the Humanities, Russia)
5) Hladikova Kamila. Struggles in the Borderland: Representation of the Tibetan Self in Literary Work of Tashi Dawa, Alai and Sebo (Charles University, Czech Republic)

  • 10.00-13.00 — Panel N 3 “Problem of Cultural Heritage and New Tasks in Study of the Classical Chinese Literature”, Session N 2 (Universitetskaya emb. 11, Faculty of Asian & African Studies Building, Auditorium 167). Chairman – Li Yijin (Tianjin Normal University, PRC) (Working language — Russian)

1) Semenenko Ivan. Time and Space of “Changes” (MSU, Russia)
2) Shekera Jaroslava. The Spatial Concept in “Book of Songs”, the First Poetic Monument of Chinese Literature (National Taras Shevchenko University of Kiev, Ukraine)
3) Kolitenko Ekaterina. The Phenomenon of the Peach Tree Flowers and It’s Reflection in the Spiritual Life of Chinese Society (FESU, Russia)

  • 11.30-12.00 — Coffee-break

4) Doronin Boris. Historiography as a Phenomenon of Chinese Culture (SPbSU, Russia)
5) Vinogradova Tatiana. Chinese Visual Poetry: from Palindrome to Popular Prints (Library of RAS, Russia)

  • 13.00-14.00 – Lunch
  • 14.00-17.30 – Excursion to the Hermitage museum (foreign guests only, guided tour in Chinese)

June 27, 2008 (Friday)

  • 09.30 – Transfer from the Guest-house to the conference venue
  • 09.40 – Transfer from the Hotel to the conference venue
  • 10.00-13.00 – Panel N 2. “The Trends in Modern Chinese Literature” Session N 7 (Universitetskaya emb. 11, Faculty of Asian & African Studies Building, Auditorium 167). Chairman – Natalia Zakharova (MSLU, Russia) (Working language — Russian)

1) Lebedeva Natalia. The May Fourth New Cultural Movement in the North — East China (FESU, Russia)
2) Murashevich Ekaterina. Traditional and Author’s Symbols in the Poetry of Wen I-to (1899-1946) (National Taras Shevchenko University of Kiev, Ukraine)
3) Lvova Anastassia. Perception and Evaluation of Zhang Ziping’s (张资平) (1893–1959) Life and Works by Chinese Contemporary Literary Critics (SPbSU, Russia)

  • 11.30-12.00 — Coffee-break

4) Demido Nina. A Few Strokes to Self-portrait of a Writer: Zhang Jie’s Essays on Literature and Art (IFES RAS, Russia)
5) Korobova Anastassia. Things and Symbol in Stories by Feng Jicai (IFES RAS, Russia)

  • 10.00-13.00 — Panel N 3 “Problem of Cultural Heritage and New Tasks in Study of the Classical Chinese Literature”, Session N 3 (Universitetskaya emb. 11, Faculty of Asian & African Studies Building, Auditorium 175). Chairman – Zhang Xinying (Fudan University, PRC) (Working language – Chinese & English)

1) Storozhuk Alexander. Chan Master Chou. Praying for Strength in Tang Novel (SPbSU, Russia)
2) Li Jianzhong. Narrative Expression of Chinese Ancient Literary Theory (Wuhan University, PRC)
3) Ding Seong Lin. Enjoyment in Objects and Playful Tones in the Writings of Ouyang Xiu (University of Malaya, Malaysia)

  • 11.30-12.00 – Coffee-break

4) Li Yijin. Intercultural Interpretation of Chinese Classical Literary Thoughts from the Russian Study of Chinese Classical Literary Theory (Tianjin Normal University, PRC)
5) Zhang Jianhua. V.P.Vasiliev and First History of Chinese Literature in the World (Beijing Normal University, PRC)

  • 13.00-14.00 – Lunch
  • 14.00-16.00 Panel N 2. “The Trends in Modern Chinese Literature” Session N 8 (Universitetskaya emb. 11, Faculty of Asian & African Studies Building, Auditorium 175). Chairman – Senno Takumasa (Waseda University, Japan) (Working language – Chinese & English)

1) Yan Feng. The Story of Uncle and the Reorientation of Subjectivity (Fudan University, PRC)
2) Korets Galina. Are there any Characters of INDIVIDUALIZED SOCIETY in Modern China? What Contemporary Chinese Literature can Tell us about Changes in Modern Society (review of Tie Ning’s works) (IFES RAS, Russia)
3) Liang Yong’an. On Hong Ying’s Magician in Shanghai (Fudan University, PRC)

  •  14.00-16.00 — Panel N 3 “Problem of Cultural Heritage and New Tasks in Study of the Classical Chinese Literature”, Session N 4 (Universitetskaya emb. 11, Faculty of Asian & African Studies Building, Auditorium 167). Chairman – Elena Voytishek (Novosibirsk State University, Russia) (Working language – Russian)

1) Masalimova Darima. The Content and Structure of «Quan Tang shi»
(Buryat State University, Russia)
2) Hiltunova Renata. Women in Chinese Poetry (Buryat State University, Russia)
3) Mitkina Yevgenia. Traditional Motifs in Poetry of Huang Jingren (SPbSU, Russia)
4) Berwers Elena. Allusions and Reminiscences in Chinese Poetry (Poetic Heritage of Wu Weiye (1609-1672) Used as the Main Example) (Dongfang Co. Ltd, Russia).

  • 16.00-16.30 – Coffee-break
  • 16.30-18.30 Panel N 2. “The Trends in Modern Chinese Literature” Session N 9 (Universitetskaya emb. 11, Faculty of Asian & African Studies Building, Auditorium 175). Chairman – Demido Nina (IFES RAS, Russia) (Working languages – Russian & English)

1) Zakharova Natalia. Remarks on the Theory of Chinese Literature’s Translation (Moscow State Linguistic University, Russia)
2) Khuziyatova Nadezhda. The Modernist Trend in Chinese Prose of 1980s as a Negative Supplement to the Mainstream (FESU, Russia)
3) Kirnosova Nadezhda. New Tendencies in Contemporary Chinese Brief Prose (National Taras Shevchenko University of Kiev, Ukraine)
4) Voytishek Elena. Game Traditions in Chinese Culture and Literature (Novosibirsk State University, Russia)

  • 18.30 – 19.00 Closing ceremony (Universitetskaya emb. 11, Faculty of Asian & African Studies Building, Auditorium 175)

1) Adlakha Hemant (JNU, India)
2) Osadcha Yuliya (T. Shevchenko Institute of Literature NASU, Ukraine)
3) Zhang Yesong (Fudan University, PRC)
4) Yanson Rudolf (SPbSU, Russia)

  • 19.10 — Transfer to “Harbin” Restaurant (1-st Line, 52)
  • 19.30 — 21.30 – Farewell banquet at “Harbin” Restaurant
  • 21.30 – Transfer to the Guest-house and Hotel

 

June 28 – 29, 2008 (Saturday — Sunday)

  • 07.00-23.00– Transfer Guest-house / Hotel — Pulkovo Airport and Guest-house/Hotel – “Moskovskiy vokzal” railway station