Программа IV конференции

Time-table of the Fourth Conference “Issues of Far Eastern Literatures”, Dedicated to the Memory of Lu You

St. Petersburg State University
Fudan University
Saint Petersburg, June 29 — July 2, 2010

June 27-28, 2010 (Sunday-Monday)

  • Transfer Pulkovo International Airport / Moskovsky vokzal Railway Station – “Sokos Hotel Vasilievsky” (8th line, 11-13)(foreign participants only)

June 29, 2010 (Tuesday)

  • 09.30 – Transfer from the “Sokos Hotel Vasilievsky”to the conference venue
  • 09.30 — Transfer from the “Shanghai” hotel to the conference venue
  • 10.00–11.00 – Registration (Universitetskaya emb. 11, Faculty of Asian & African Studies Building, Auditorium 191)
  • 11.00-11.30 – Opening ceremony (Auditorium 191)

Greetings:
1) Yevgeniy Zelenev. Dean of the FAAS, SPbSU
2) Chen Shangjun. Head of DCLL delegation, Fudan University
3) Vladimir Myasnikov. Academician, Russian Academy of Sciences
4) Peng Xuegang. Consul for Education of PRC in St.Petersburg

  • 11.30-13.30 – Panel N 1 “Lu You and His Contribution to the Development of Chinese Literature”, Plenary Session (Auditorium 191). Chairman – Academician Boris Riftin (Institute of World Literature, Russia) (Working languages – Russian, Chinese, English)

1) Greatrex Roger. Lu You and the Role of Personal Experience in Southern
Song Dynasty Literary Journals (Lund University, Sweden)
2) Xiao Ruifeng. A Look at the Artistic Achievements in Lu You’s Poems from the Image Perspective (Zhejiang University of Technology, PRC)
3) Alexandre Journeau Véronique. The Subtle Connection between Text and Music in a Daoist 詞 ci written by 陸游 Lu You to the Tune of 鷓鴣天 Zhegutian (Sorbonne – Paris 4 University, France)
4) Doronin Boris. The Epoch of Lu You in Some Works by Contemporary Chinese Historians (SPbSU, Russia)

  • 13.30-14.30 – Lunch
  • 14.30- 16.30 — Panel N 1 “Lu You and His Contribution to the Development of Chinese Literature”, Session N 2 (Auditorium 175) Chairman – Chen Shangjun (Fudan University, PRC) (Working languages – Chinese, English)

1) Toroptsev Sergey. Visits to Shu in the XIIth and the XXIst Centuries with the Recollection of the VIIIth Century (IFES RAS, Russia)
2) Xue Tianwei. Textual Research on Luntai (Xinjiang Normal University, PRC)
3) Wang Hsiao-Wen. On the Significance of Lu You’s Poems in his Shu Stage (University of Edinburgh, UK)
4) Zhang Yi. The Influential Power of Liang Qichao in the History of Acceptance of Lu You’s Poetry (Shenyang Jianzhu University, PRC)

  • 14.30-16.30 — Panel N 7 “Literatures of Far East & South East Asia: Past and Present”, Session N 1 (Auditorium 167).Chairman – Alexander Ogloblin (SPbSU, Russia) (Working languages – Russian)

1) Banit Svetlana. Modern Female Literature in Indonesia: Crisis or Breakthrough (SPbSU, Russia)
2) Romanova Yevgenia The Symbolic Significance of the Names of the Characters in the Rustam Effendi’s Drama “Bebasari” (SPb SIC «CLS KD», Russia)
3) Atnashev Vadim. Indonesian and Cham Legends of the Conversion into Islam (North-West Academy of Public Administration, Russia)
4) Knorozova Yekaterina. Golden Turtle Vietnamese Kim Qui and Far Eastern Cultural Tradition (Library of RAS, Russia)

  • 16.30 – 17.00 – Coffee-break
  • 17.00-18.00 — Panel N 2 “The Prosperity of Literature in Tang Period and its Cultural Pluralism”, Session N 1 (Auditorium 175). Chairman – Zhu Gang (Fudan University, PRC) (Working languages – Chinese, English)

1) Storozhuk Alexander. “Four Outstanding” and Social Role of Tang Poet (SPbSU, Russia)
2) Li Hao. Barbarization, Sinization, Internationalization – Several Comments on Cultural Exchange between China and Abroad at the Tang Epoch (North West University, PRC)
17.00 – 18.00 — Panel N 7 “Literatures of Far East & South East Asia: Past and Present”, Session N 2 (Auditorium 167). Chairman – Rudolf Yanson (SPbSU, Russia) (Working language – English)
1) Suchitra Chongstitvantana. Nature Love and Enlightenment in Modern Thai Poetry (Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)
2) Siraporn Nathalang. Rice Lore: An Analysis of Asian Perception of Rice and Religion (Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)

  • 18.15–20.00 — Welcome banquet at «Manezh» restaurant (Universitetskaya emb., 13)
  • 20.00-23.00 – Bus city-tour (guided tour in Chinese and Russian, departure from «Manezh» restaurant, end of the route at the hotels).

June 30, 2010 (Wednesday)

  • 09.30 – Transfer from the “Sokos Hotel Vasilievsky”to the conference venue
  • 09.30 — Transfer from the “Shanghai” hotel to the conference venue
  • 10.00-12.00 – Panel N 2 “The Prosperity of Literature in Tang Period and its Cultural Pluralism”, Session N 2 (Auditorium 175). Chairwoman – Véronique Alexandre Journeau (Sorbonne – Paris 4 University, France) (Working languages – Chinese, English)

1) Dai Weihua. On primary selection of He Yue Ying Ling Ji -at the Time of the Later Kaiyuan when Chu Guangxi,who was a Poet in Tang dynasty, Decided to Live in Seclusion (South China Normal University, PRC)
2) Berezkin Rostislav. Bai Juyi’s Autobiography “Biography of Maestro of Mellow Versification” and the Formation of the Poet’s Image in the Historical Tradition (University of Pennsylvania, USA)
3) Qiu Luming. A New Study on Gao Shi’s Early Life and Family——Based on New Discovered Gao Chongwen’s and Gao Yi’s Epitaphs (Fudan University, PRC)
4) Tang Wen. The Sentimental Mood in the Early Tang Poetry (Fudan University, PRC)

  • 10.00-11.00 – Presentation of the books, published by the Institute of Far Eastern Studies RAS (Auditorium 167). Chairman – Boris Doronin (SPbSU, Russia) (Working language – Russian)

1) Sergey Toroptsev. Comprehensive Biography of Li Po – Heavens Angel and Poet. Moscow, 2009
2) Other books published by IFES RAS

  • 11.00-12.00 – Special session devoted to the Centennial of Prof. Lev Z. Eydlin (1910-1985) (Auditorium 167). Chairman – Ilya Smirnov (Russian State University for the Humanities, Russia) (Working language – Russian). Speakers: Ilya Smirnov, Boris Riftin, Nikolay Speshnev, Victor Rybin
  • 12.00–12.30 – Coffee-break
  • 12.30–14.00 – Panel N 3 “Transformation of Tang-Song Society and the Changes in the Literature of Song and Yuan Dynasties” Session N 1 (Auditorium 175). Chairman – Alexander Storozhuk (SPbSU, Russia) (Working languages – Chinese, English)

1) Chen Shangjun. Achievements in Adversity——Book Reviews on Notes for Quan Song Ci to Commemorate the Fortieth Anniversary of the Death of Wang Zhongwen (Fudan University, PRC)
2) Zhang Hongsheng. The QINYUAUCHUN Gongti Yongwu style by Liu Guo and the Development of the Ci Poetry in the Southern Song Dynasty (Hong Kong Baptist University,Hong Kong)
3) Zhu Gang. About “The Second Little Maid” —Reading Su Shi’s “Three Letters to Hu Renxiu” (Fudan University, PRC)
12.30–14.00 – Panel N 2 “The Prosperity of Literature in Tang Period and its Cultural Pluralism”, Session N 3 (Auditorium 167). Chairman — Sergey Toroptsev (IFES RAS, Russia) (Working language – Russian)
1) Masalimova Darima. Palatial Poetry of Tang Epoch «宫 詞» (618-907) (Buryat State University, Russia)
2) Khiltunova Renata. The Tang Poetry and the Chinese Reality (Buryat State University, Russia)
3) Vetluzhskaya Lidiya. Textual Corps of Vajrayana Buddhism in China at the Tang Epoch (Buryat State University, Russia)

  • 14.00-15.00 – Lunch
  • 15.00-17.00 – Panel N 2 “New Tasks in the Study of Classical Chinese Literature in the Age of Globalization and Informatization”, Session N 1 (Auditorium 175). Chairman – Xiao Ruifeng (Zhejiang University of Technology, PRC) (Working language – Chinese)

1) Luo Shijin. The Construction of Literary Familyology in Classical Chinese Literature Research (Soochow University, PRC)
2) Zhang Jinyao. Notes on “Literature” in Yanshijiaxun顏氏家訓 (Fudan University, PRC)
3) Zeng Xiangbo. A New Definition and Explanation for “JinDian” (China Youth University for Political Science, PRC)

  • 15.00-17.00 – Panel N 7 ““Literatures of Far East & South East Asia: Past and Present”, Session N 3 (Auditorium 167). Chairman – Victor Rybin (SPbSU, Russia) (Working language – Russian, English)

1) Toropygina Maria. The Legend “Komachi’s Skull” in Medieval Japanese Literature (IOS RAS, Russia)
2) Petkova Gergana. Ibunka communication: The Reception of the Japanese Folktales in Bulgaria — A Case-study of the Tale “The crane-wife” (“St Kliment Ohridski” University of Sofia, Bulgaria)
3) Khronopulo Liala. Heroine of the Japanese Stories of the End of XXth – beginning of the XXIst Centuries (SPbSU, Russia)
4) Ivanova Yuliana. Vital Problems in the Story “Night teller” by Ariyoshi Sawako (FENU, Russia)

  • 17.00–17.30 – Coffee-break
  • 17.30-18.30 – Panel N 4 “New Tasks in the Study of Classical Chinese Literature in the Age of Globalization and Informatization”, Session N 2 (Auditorium 175). Chairman – Zhang Jinyao (Fudan University, PRC) (Working language – Chinese, English)

1) Li Chunqing. Introspection of the Two Basic Study Methods in the Ancient Chinese Literature Theory Research (Beijing Normal University, PRC)
2) Huang Zhuoyue. Interaction of Stereotyped Writing and Ancient Prose: One of Way of Criticism of Stereotyped Writing in 14th-16th Century (Beijing Language and Culture University, PRC)
17.30-18.30 – Panel N 7 ““Literatures of Far East & South East Asia: Past and Present”, Session N 4 (Auditorium 167). Chairwoman – Liala Khronopulo (SPbSU, Russia) (Working language – Russian)
1) Osadcha Yuliya. Recommendations in Composing of Fiction in the Treatise «The Essence of the Novel» by Tsubouchi Shoyo (T. Shevchenko Institute of Literature NAS, Ukraine)
2) Kupko Daria. Constants and Differences of Military Man Image in Short Prose of Masuji Ibuse and Oles Honchar (Kyiv University “Eastern World”, Ukraine)

  • 18.45-20.00 – Boat city-tour
  • 20.00 – Transfer to the hotels

July 1, 2010 (Thursday)
09.30 – Transfer from the “Sokos Hotel Vasilievsky”to the conference venue

  • 09.30 — Transfer from the “Shanghai” hotel to the conference venue
  • 10.00-13.00 — Panel N 6 ““Far Eastern Literatures in Russia & Russian Literature in the Far Eastern & South-East Asian Countries: Translation, Perception and Interference; the Role of Comparative Literary Researches in Modern Asian Studies”, Session N 1 (Auditorium 175). Chairman – Alexey Rodionov (SPbSU, Russia) (Working language – Chinese, English)

1) Dong Xiao. Impact and Destiny of Russian and Soviet Literature in China (Nanjing University, PRC)
2) Xie Zhaoxin. Comment on the Influence of Russia-Soviet Literature on the Literary Works of Jiang Guang-ci (Anhui Normal University, PRC)
3) Zhu Hengfu. The Diffusion of Russian Plays in China (Shanghai University,PRC)

  • 11.30–12.00 – Coffee-break

4) Wang Ruqing. The Comparison between Ye Shengtao and Chekhov (Tianjin Normal University, PRC)
5) Stanchits Zoya. Postsocialist Nostalgia and Kitsch in Russia and China (UC Davis, USA)

  • 10.00-13.00 — Panel N 7 ““Literatures of Far East & South East Asia: Past and Present”, Session N 5 (Auditorium 167). Chairwoman – Maria Petrova (SPbSU, Russia) (Working language – Russian)

1) Amanova Gulistan. Korean Romantic Poetry of the 1920-1930s. (IOS RAS, Russia)
2) Choi Inna. Korean Prose of the 1920-1930s on the Example of Kim Dong-in (1900-1951)’s Short Story «The Resembling Toes»(1932) (SPbSU, Russia)
3) Moskalenko Yulia. Image of the “Bird” in the Poetry of Modern Korean Poet Ch’on Sang Pyong (FENU, Russia)

  • 11.30–12.00 – Coffee-break

4) Sinetskaya Elvira. Literary Work as a Source on Social History (IOS, Russia)
5) Sokolov Anatoly. The First Poems Written by the Russian Authors about Vietnam (IOS RAS, Russia)

  • 13.00-14.00 – Lunch
  • 14.00-17.30 – Excursion to the Hermitage museum (guided tour in Chinese)
  • 17.30 – Free-time in the centre of the city

 

July 2, 2010 (Friday)

  • 09.30 – Transfer from the“Sokos Hotel Vasilievsky”to the conference venue
  • 09.30 — Transfer from the “Shanghai” hotel to the conference venue
  • 10.00-13.00 – Panel N 7 ““Literatures of Far East & South East Asia: Past and Present”, Session N 6 (Auditorium 175). Chairman – Huang Zhuoyue (Beijing Language and Culture University, PRC) (Working language – Chinese, English)

1) Shapiro Roman. Chinese Puppet Drama in Malaysia (Russian State University for the Humanities, Russia)
2) Min Shen. Cultural Phenomenon and Difficulties in Southeast Asian Chinese Language Literature Development: A Case Study of Brunei Darussalam (University of Brunei Darussalam, Brunei)
3) Guryeva Anastasia. Chinese Personal Names in Korean Traditional Poetry in Vernacular-based on the “Namhun Taepyeong-ga” Poetical Anthology (SPbSU, Russia)

  • 11.30-12.00 — Coffee-break

4) Yin Yunzhen. On the Tang Dynasty Style in Goryeo Poet Kwookeong Kim’s Poems (Jilin University, PRC)
5) Wu Xiangshun. China’s Ethnic Korean Chinese (Chaoxianzu) Literature: Past and Present (Central University of Nationalities, PRC)

  • 10.00-11.30 — “New Tasks in the Study of Classical Chinese Literature in the Age of Globalization and Informatization” Session N 3 (Auditorium 167). Chairwoman – Darima Masalimova (Buryat State University, Russia) (Working language – Russian)

1) Shekera Jaroslava. The Reflection of Taoistic Postulates of Zhuangzi in the Works of Song Poetess Li Qingzhao (1084-1151) (National Taras Shevchenko University of Kiev, Ukraine)
2) Cherevko Marina. Poetry Shi of the Northern Song Literati Ouyang Xiu (Wuhan University, PRC)
3) Smirnova Natalia. Russian Translations of Medieval Chinese Lyrics of the Tang Dynasty (VII-X centuries) in the University Lecture Course “History of Asian and African countries in the Middle Ages” (Petrozavodsk State University, Russia)

  • 11.30-12.00 — Coffee-break
  • 12.00-13.00 Panel N 6 ““Far Eastern Literatures in Russia & Russian Literature in the Far Eastern & South-East Asian Countries: Translation, Perception and Interference; the Role of Comparative Literary Researches in Modern Asian Studies”, Session N 2 (Auditorium 167). Chairwoman – Yekaterina Zavidovskaya (SPbSU, Russia) (Working language – Russian)

1) Golovachev Valentin. Tsar’s Marriage, Substitution of Heir Apparent and “Death” of Tsarevna: Oriental Themes, Legends and Customs in Pushkin’s Tales (IOS RAS, Russia)
2) Grokhovsky Pavel. Contemporary Tibetan Literary Studies — A New Tibetological Field (SPbSU, Russia)

  • 10.00-13.00- Panel N 5. “The Trends in Chinese Literature of XX and XXI centuries” Session N 1 (Auditorium 186). Chairwoman – Svetlana Nikolskaya (MSU, Russia) (Working language – Russian)

1) Murashevych Katerina. Symbolizm of Dai Wanshu – the Revolution of Style and Substance in the Poetry (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyev, Ukraine)
2) Nasimova Saodatkhon. Ding Ling and the Basic Tendencies of Development of the Chinese Literature of the XXth Century (Tashkent State Institute of Oriental Studies, Uzbekistan)
3) Vorobey Olga. Stanislavsky’ System in Chinese Dramatics of the Middle of the 20th Century (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine)

  • 11.30-12.00 — Coffee-break

4) Protasova Natalia. Peculiarities of the Chinese Poetry at the end of XX-th Century: “Intellectual Creation” (Buryat State University, Russia)
5) Dondokova Maksara. The Problem of Traditionalism in Modern Chinese Poetry (Buryat State University, Russia)

  • 13.00-14.00 – Lunch
  • 14.00-16.00 Panel N 4. “New Tasks in the Study of Classical Chinese Literature in the Age of Globalization and Informatization” Session N 3 (Auditorium 175). Chairwoman – Irina Popova (Institute of Oriental Manuscripts, Russia) (Working language – Russian)

1) Riftin Boris. Yangliuqing, Center of Popular New Year Paintings in North China (Institute of World Literature RAS, Russia)
2) Semenenko Ivan. The Theory of Eloquence in “Mencius» (MSU, Russia)
3) Solovyova Alevtina. Gui and Guixue in China (Russian State University for the Humanities, Russia)
4) Vinogradova Tatyana. Orientalism – Occidentalism. Gustav Mahler’s “Das Lied von der Erde” Returning into Chinese Cultural Field (Library of RAS, Russia)

  • 14.00-16.00 — Panel N 5. “The Trends in Chinese Literature of XX and XXI centuries” Session N 2 (Auditorium 167). Chairman – Nikolay Speshnev (SPbSU, Russia) (Working language – Chinese & English)

1) Chen Jianhua. Zhou Shoujuan’s Novella The Intimate Beauty: Representational Subjectivity and Visual Apparatus in Early Republican China (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, PRC)
2) Rodionov Alexey. Relations between Lao She and и Right-Wing Journal “Wenyi Yuekan” before the War of Resistance (SPbSU, Russia)
3) Vuilleumier Victor. Xu Zhimo’s Encounter with «A Jewish Nightmare »: How Did a Chinese Symbolist Poet Review an Expressionist Performance of the Russian Theater from the 1920’s (University of Geneva, Switzerland)
4) Zavidovskaya Yekaterina. Taiwan Female Prose: Searching for Homeland and Ethnic Identity (SPbSU, Russia)

  • 16.00-16.30 – Coffee-break
  • 16.30-18.00 Panel N 4. “New Tasks in the Study of Classical Chinese Literature in the Age of Globalization and Informatization” Session N 4 (Auditorium 175). Chairman – Ivan Semenenko (MSU, Russia) (Working language – Russian)

1) Mayatskiy Dmitriy. Problems of Creation of the Scientific Biography of Yuan Playwright Gao Zecheng (1305? – 1360?) (SPbSU, Russia)
2) Pang Tatiana. Manchu and Chinese Versions of the «Ode to Mukden» by Qianlong (Institute of Oriental Manuscripts RAS, Russia)
3) Mitkina Yevgeniya. Huang Jingren in Opinions of the “May Fourth” Writers and Poets (SPbSU, Russia)

  • 16.30-18.00 Panel N 5. “The Trends in Chinese Literature of XX and XXI centuries” Session N 3 (Auditorium 167). Chairman – Roman Shapiro (Russian State University for the Humanities, Russia) (Working language – Russian)

1) Nikolskaya Svetlana. Modern Chinese Urban Prose (MSU, Russia)
2) Korovina Svetlana.“The Cultural Revolution” Theme in Contemporary Chinese Prose (Moscow City Normal University, Russia)
3) Tsybikova Valentina. Hai-zi’s Biography and Works of Verbal Art (Buryat State University, Russia)

  • 16.30-18.00 — Panel N 7 ““Literatures of Far East & South East Asia: Past and Present”, Session N 7 (Auditorium 186). Chairman – Vladimir Uspenskiy (SPbSU, Russia) (Working language – Russian)

1) Petrova Maria. City in Modern Mongolian Prose (Beginning of XXI Century) (SPbSU, Russia)
2) Ivleva Regina. Mongolian Literature about the History (St.Petersburg State Medical University, Russia)
3) Nosov Dmitriy. Cumulative Stories among Mongolian Folktales: Stating the Problem (Institute of Oriental Manuscripts RAS, Russia)

  • 18.10 – 18.40 Closing ceremony (Universitetskaya emb. 11, Faculty of Asian & African Studies Building, Auditorium 191)

1) Roger Greatrex (Lund University, Sweden)
2) Chen Jianhua (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, PRC)
3) Rudolf Yanson (SPbSU, Russia)

  • 19.00 — Transfer to “Harbin” Restaurant (Odoevskogo Str., 27)
  • 19.30 — 21.30 – Farewell banquet at “Harbin” Restaurant
  • 21.30 – Transfer to the Guest-house and Hotel

 

July 3 – 4, 2010 (Saturday — Sunday)
Transfer “Sokos Hotel Vasilievsky” — Pulkovo Airport and “Moskovskiy vokzal” railway station

 

The conference is supported by:

Confucius Institute Headquarters
Russian Fund for Humanities