Time-table of the 6th conference “Issues of Far Eastern Literatures”

“ISSUES OF FAR EASTERN LITERATURES”

Dedicated to the 115th anniversary of Lao She
(St.Petersburg, June 25–29, 2014)


Time-table

June 25, 2014 (Wednesday)

Transfer Pulkovo International Airport / St. Petersburg Railway Stations – “St. Petersburg Azimut Hotel” (Lermontovsky Ave., 43/ 1) (non-CIS foreign participants only)

 


June 26, 2014 (Thursday) 

09.15 – Transfer from Azimut Hotel to St.Petersburg State University (Universitetskaya emb., 7-9)

10.00–11.00Registration (Main Building of SPbSU, 2d Floor, Grand Hall)

10.00-11.00Photo-exhibition “The Life of Lao She”, designed by Beijing Lao She Museum (Main Building of SPbSU, 2d Floor)

10.00-11.00 – Visit to the University Museum (Main Building of SPbSU, 3d Floor)

11.00-12.30Opening ceremony & Plenary Session (Grand Hall) Chairman – Alexey Rodionov (SPbSU, Russia)

Greetings:

  1. Sergey Bogdanov. Vice-rector, SPbSU, Russia
  2. Ji Yanchi. Consul-General of PRC in St.Petersburg, China
  3. Guan Jixin. President of Society of Lao She Studies, China
  4. Shu Ji. Representative of Lao She Museum, China

Key-note speeches:

  1. Acad. Vladimir Myasnikov. Several Words about Lao She (Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia)
  2. Wang Weiping. Lao She’s Status in the 20th Century World Literary History (Liaoning Normal University, China)

 

12.30 – Transfer to Azimut Hotel

13.00-14.00– Lunch (Azimut Hotel, Self-service Restaurant, 1st floor)

14.00-15.30 Panel N 1 “Lao She and his Contribution to Chinese Literature”, Session N 1 (Azimut Hotel, 18th floor, Berlin Hall). Chairman – Pang Zengyu (China University of Communications, China) (Working languages – Chinese, English)

  1. Guan Jixin. On Lao She’s Viewpoint of Ethnicity (Society of Lao She Studies, China)
  2. Zhang Hongsheng. On the Paradox of the Expression of Urban Modernity:The Narration of Beijing in the Contemporary Works of Lao She (ChinaUniversity of Communications, China)
  3. Shi Chengjun. The Sense of Mission for the Epoch and the Consciousness of Crisis in Lao She’s Writings (Shanghai Normal University, China)
  4. Wang Qingquan. Upholding Mr. Lao She’s Humanistic Spirit, Strive to Carry Forward the National Culture and to Prosper the Literary Undertakings (Beijing Lao She Literary Foundation, China)

 

14.00-15.30 – Panel N 3 “New Tasks in the Study of Classical Chinese Literature in the Age of Globalization and Informatization”, Session N 1 (Azimut Hotel, 18th floor, Novosibirsk Hall). Chairman – Alexander Storozhuk (SPbSU, Russia) (Working languages – Russian, English)

  1. Ulyanov Mark. Structure and Contents of Narrations in Chun Qiu Zuo Zhuan (The Commentary of Zuo on the Spring and Autumn Annals): Characteristics of Historical Prose in the Ancient Chinese Literature (MSU, Russia)
  2. Park Soon. Digital Informatization in the Study of Classical Chinese Literature and the Semantic Web (Yonsei University, Korea)
  3. Gurevich Isabella. “The Sutra of the Sixth Patriarch”: Resources of the Grammatical Stylistics (IOM RAS, Russia)
  4. Ionov Alexey. The Theory of Sounds by Gu Yanwu (IFES RAS, Russia)

 

14.00-15.30 – Panel N 5 “Literatures of Far East & South East Asia: Past and Present”, Session N 1 (Azimut Hotel, 18th floor, Vladivostok Hall). Chairman – Alexander Fedotoff (Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski, Bulgaria) (Working languages – Russian)

  1. Ogloblin Alexander. Narrator’s Image in Nusantara Literatures (SPbSU, Russia)
  2. Banit Svetlana. On Definition of Genre of Hystorical Shairs (SPbSU, Russia)
  3. Romanova Yevgenia. The Contribution of Indonesian Poet of the Early Twentieth Century Rustam Effendi to the New Indonesian Poetry (SPb SBI «CLS PD», Russia)
  4. Filimonov Alexey. «Pilgrimage of the Father of the Hero of the Novel of Nabokov «The Gift» in China and Tibet» (Aurora Miscellany, Russia)

 

15.30 – 16.00 – Coffee-break

16.00-18.00 – Panel N 1 “Lao She and his Contribution to Chinese Literature”, Session N 2 (Berlin Hall). Chairman – Anne Witchard (University of Westminster, UK)

 (Working languages – Chinese, English)

  1. Shi Xingze. The Contrastive Study of Lao She Between China and Russia (Soviet Union)  (Liaocheng University, China)
  2. Naoko Fuse. How Is Lao She Accepted in Japan? (Kanagawa University, Japan)
  3. Wei Shaohua. Translation of Lao She in France (Qingdao University, China)
  4. Chen Jun, Cai Dandan. Reception of Teahouse in Foreign Countries (Yangzhou University, China)

 

16.00-18.00 – Panel N 3 “New Tasks in the Study of Classical Chinese Literature in the Age of Globalization and Informatization”, Session N 2 (Novosibirsk Hall). Chairman – Ilya Smirnov (RSUH, Russia) (Working languages – Russian)

  1. Shekera Yaroslava. Tao of Song Poet Lu Yоu: the Philosophy of Peace (TarasShevchenkoNationalUniversity of Kyiv, Ukraine)
  2. Dashchenko Anna. Biographical, Political and Genre Constructions of 梅in Chinese Poetry (based on one ci written by Li Qingzhao) (Ukrainian Academy of Customs, Ukraine)
  3. Berwers Elena. Reconsideration of Classic Fables and its Role in the Self-identification of the Writer. (On the Example of Poetry of Wu Weiye (1609-1671))  (Science-ProductionCenter “Dongfang”, Russia)
  4. Trunova Anna. The Classical Novel “Dream of the Red Chamber” Completed at the Beginning of the 21st century (“Continuing dream of the red chamber” by Liu Xinwu) (IOS RAS, Russia)
  5. Golovachev Valentin. Unprescribed Marriages and the Suicide as a Tool to Regulate Intra-family Relations in Traditional China (based on the “Wild Swans” novel) (IOS RAS, Russia).

 

16.00-18.00 Panel N 5 “Literatures of Far East & South East Asia: Past and Present”, Session N 2 (Vladivostok Hall). Chairman – Alexander Ogloblin (SPbSU, Russia) (Working languages – Russian)

  1. Afanasieva Elena. The Sources of “Taketori Monogatari” Plot in Lao Folklore (Institute of World Literature RAS, Russia)
  2. Smirnova Natalia. Samurai’s Honor and Loyalty in “The Tale of the Great World” in Translation by V.N. Goreglyad  (Petrozavodsk State University, Russia)
  3. Sokolov Anatoly. Japanese Literature in Vietnam (IOS RAS, Russia)
  4. Knorozova Yekaterina.  Image of the Thánh Gióng in the Traditional Literature of Vietnam (SPbSU, Russia)
  5. Atnashev Vadim. Two Stories of Chams: Old Testament and Quranic Narratives (North-West Institute of Civil Service, Russia)

 

18.00 – 19.00 Dinner (Self-service Restaurant, 1st floor, non local participants only)

19.15 – 23.00 “White nights” city bus tour (non local participants only).

 


June 27, 2014 (Friday)

10.00-18.00 Photo-exhibition “The Life of Lao She”, designed by Beijing Lao She Museum” (Azimut Hotel, 18th floor, Berlin Hall)

10.00-12.30 Panel N 1 “Lao She and his Contribution to Chinese Literature”, Session N 3 (Berlin Hall). Chairman – Marián Gálik (Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia) (Working languages – Chinese, English)

  1. Hao Changhai. On Western Influence over Lao She’s Literary Works (Jilin University, China)
  2. Cheng Mei. Relationship between Lao She’s Fiction and Foreign Literatures from the Angle of Bible Allusion (Zhengzhou Zhongyuan Engineering Institute, China)
  3. Luo Ming. Lao She Xiao Po’s Birthday Explores the Multi-national Scenes and his Concerns for Overseas Chinese (Singapore)
  4. Witchard Anne. Lao She, Traditional Tang Tales and Anglo-American Modernist Narrative (University of Westminster, UK)
  5. Chen Xingxin. Humanism of European and Chinese Culture in the Novels of Lao She (Kazan Federal University, Russia)
  6. Yu Haoyan. Lao She’s Love and Marriage: Integration of Modern Culture and Classical Culture (Dali University, China)

 

10.00-12.30 – Panel N 6 Modernizing the Tibetan Literary Tradition”, Session N 1 Modernizing Expression(Novosibirsk Hall). Chairman – Françoise Robin (INALCO, France)  (Working language – English)

  1. de Heering Xenia. Breaching and Bridging Literary Traditions? A Few Observations about a Text “Written in kha skad” and Its Translation into Literary Tibetan (EHESS-CECMC, INALCO-ASIEs, France)
  2. Garri Irina. Tibetan Writer Tsering Woeser: Literary and Political Activity (Institute of Mongolian, Buddhist and Tibetan Studies, SB RAS, Russia)
  3. Hladikova Kamila. The Exotic Other and Negotiation of Tibetan Self: Representation of Tibet in Chinese and Tibetan Fiction of the 1980s (PalackyUniversityOlomouc, Czech Republic)
  4. Robin Françoise. Self-anthologizing Tibetan Literature (INALCO, France)
  5. Virtanen Riika. Views on Literary Characters in Contemporary Tibetan Critical Writings (University of Helsinki, Finland)

 

10.00-12.30 – Panel N 5 “Literatures of Far East & South East Asia: Past and Present”, Session N 3 (Vladivostok Hall). Chairman – Tatyana Breslavets (FEFU, Russia) (Working languages – Russian)

  1. Rybin Victor. Contribution of E. M. Pinus (1914 – 1984) to Study of Japanese Literature in Russia (SPbSU, Russia)
  2. Dyakonova Yelena. Evolution of Traditional Genres in Japanese Literature (RSUH, Russia)
  3. Motrokhov Alexander. On the Interpretation of the Myth about a Divine Origin of the Imperial Power in Poems of the Japanese Poetic Anthology “Man’yoshu” (V.N.Karazin Kharkov National University, Ukraine)
  4. Mishukova Olga. Place Names in Lyrics of a Medieval Japanese Poet Saigyo (FEFU, Russia)
  5. Fedyanina Vladlena. Jien’s Poems on Themes of  “The Lotus Sutra”  (Moscow City Teachers’ TrainingUniversity)

 

12.30-13.30 – Lunch (Self-service Restaurant, 1st floor)

13.30-15.30 – Panel N 1 “Lao She and his Contribution to Chinese Literature”, Session N 4 (Berlin Hall). Chairman – Wei Shaohua (Qingdao University, China)  (Working language – Chinese)

  1. Shu Ji. Lao She’s Literary Language in his Late Years (Lao She Museum, China)
  2. Wang Benchao. Lao She and Chinese Literature Language in 1950-60s (Southwest University, China)
  3. Yang Yingping. On the Creation of Stylized Characters in Lao She’s  Teahouse (Nanjing Xiaozhuang Institute, China)
  4. Fan Yihao. Savoring Lao She (Nankai University, China)

 

13.30-15.30 – Panel N 6 “Modernizing the Tibetan Literary Tradition”, Session N 2 “Modernizing Sciences (Novosibirsk Hall). Chairman – Vladimir Uspensky (SPbSU, Russia) (Working language – English)

  1. Repo Joona. Twentieth-century Texts of the Ganden Hearing Lineage (University of Helsinki, Finland)
  2. Sabernig Katharina Anna. Development of Tibetan Anatomical Literature (Medical University of Vienna, the Institute of Social Anthropology of the Austriaacademy of Sciences, Austria)
  3. Vasko Yekaterina. Authoritative Treatises in the Development of the Tibetan Medical Literature (SPbSU, Russia)
  4. Lebedeva Yuliya, Smirnova Mariya, Grokhovskiy Pavel. Modern Tibetan Grammars (SPbSU, Russia)
  5. Butsyk Polina. Tradition and Innovation: Tibetan Treatises on Music (SPbSU, Russia)

 

13.30-15.30 – Panel N 5 “Literatures of Far East & South East Asia: Past and Present”, Session N 4 (Vladivostok Hall). Chairman – Yelena Dyakonova (RSUH, Russia) (Working languages – Russian)

  1. Breslavets Tatiana. Japanese Writer Enchi Fumiko’s «Enchantress» (FEFU, Russia)
  2. Khronopulo Liala. The Doppelgänger: Doubles in Contemporary Japanese Prose (SPbSU, Russia)
  3. Suleymenova Aida. War Diaries of Hayashi Fumiko (FEFU, Russia)
  4. Ivanova Iuliana. Gender in the Ariyoshi Sawako`s Works about the Problems of Postwar Generation (FEFU, Russia)
  5. Lee San Youn. Common Themes in Modern Literature of Korean Republic, Japan, and China (Russian State Normal University, Russia )

 

15.30 – 16.00 – Coffee-break

16.00-18.00 – Panel N 1 “Lao She and his Contribution to Chinese Literature”, Session N 5 (Berlin Hall). Chairman – Wang Weiping (Liaoning Normal University, China)  (Working language – Chinese)

  1. Wu Xiaomei. My Thoughts of Lao She’s “An Old Tragedy in A New Age” (Lanzhou University, China)
  2. Chen Jianhua. Lao She’s Fury: A Reading of “The Firing Train”. (Shanghai Jiaotong University, China)
  3. Pang Zengyu. The Narrative Perspective and Feature of Short Stories by Lao She (ChinaUniversity of Communications, China)
  4. Xia Yuji. Lao She, A Distinguished Novelist for the Commoners (Japan)
  5. Xu Deming. The Study of the Images of Lotus in Lao She’s Works from the Perspectives of Comparative Poetics (Yangzhou University, China)

 

16.00-18.00 – Panel N 6 “Modernizing the Tibetan Literary Tradition”, Session N 3 “Modernizing Resources (Novosibirsk Hall). Chairman – Michael Balk (Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin — Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Germany) (Working language – English)

  1. Kramskova Anna. Tibetan Graphological Tradition: Tradition and Modernization (SPbSU, Russia)
  2. Balk Michael. Tibetan Literature on the Rise: a Bibliographic Survey of Recent Publications (Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin — Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Germany)
  3. Grokhovskiy Pavel. A Corpus of Modern Tibetan Literature (SPbSU, Russia)
  4. Hartley Lauran. Resources for the Study of Modern Tibetan Literature at ColumbiaUniversity (Columbia University, USA)

 

16.00-18.00 – Panel N 5 “Literatures of Far East & South East Asia: Past and Present”, Session N 5 (Vladivostok Hall). Chairman – Inna Tsoy (SPbSU, Russia) (Working languages – Russian, English)

  1. Petrova Maria. Historical and Biographical Novel “Gegeenten” by Gmend-Ooyo (SPbSU, Russia)
  2. Nosov Dmitry. On the Narrative Structure Type of Mongolian Fairy- and Heroic Folktales (IOM RAS, Russia)
  3. Gribkova Alina. Mongolian Versions of Commentaries on the Vajracchedika Prajnaparamita (SPbSU, Russia)
  4. Ikonnikova Elena, Korneeva Inna. Sakhalin in Modern Korean Literature: Original Literary Works and Translations (Sakhalin State University, Russia)
  5. Haeussler Sonja.  Son-Mother relationships in Yi Ch’ŏngjun’s Collection of Short Stories “Snowy Road (Nun’gil)” (Stockholm University, Sweden)

 

18.00-19.00 – Dinner (Self-service Restaurant, 1st floor) (non-local participants only)

19.15-20.30 – Boat trip along St.Petersburg canals (non-local participants only)

 


June 28, 2014 (Saturday)

10.00-18.00Photo-exhibition “The Life of Lao She”, designed by Beijing Lao She Museum ” (Azimut Hotel, 18th floor, Berlin Hall)

10.00-12.30 Panel N 1 “Lao She and his Contribution to Chinese Literature”, Session N 6 (Berlin Hall). Chairman – Yang Jui-sung (Taiwan National Chengchi University)  (Working language – Chinese)

  1. Tang Zhesheng. Zhang’s Philosophy; Zhaozi Yue; Mr. Ma and Son:Three Early Novels of Lao She  (Soochow University, China)
  2. Ma Hui, Wang Wanpeng. 《Duanhun Gun》:A Fable of Chinese Cultural Transformation

    ——Both Talk about Lao She’s CulturalCharacter(LanzhouUniversity, China)
  3. Chen Hongqi. A Criticism of Lao She’s “Doctrine of New Violence” and the “Specter of Materialist Dialectics”—A Reanalysis of Lao She and Chinese Left-wing Literature (Jiaying University, China)
  4. Meng Qingshu. Anti- Bildungsroman and the Idea of “Sin”: On Two Questions about Camel Xiangzi  (Henan University, China)
  5. Zhang Guixing. Correction on Original Publishing Time of Rickshaw Boy (Minnan Normal University, China)

 

10.00-12.30 – Panel N 6 “Modernizing the Tibetan Literary Tradition”, Session N 4 “Modernizing Media(Novosibirsk Hall). Chairman – Pavel Grokhovskiy  (SPbSU, Russia) (Working language – English)

  1. Engelhardt Isrun. The Perils of Innovation: Tharchin’s Troubles Arising from his Tibet Mirror and Other Publications (Germany)
  2. Sawerthal Anna. The Round World in Early Tibetan Language Newspapers (University of Heidelberg, Germany)
  3. Mikhaylova Natalia. Formation of Tibetan Political Discourse in Yul phyogs so so’i gsar ‘gyur me long (SPbSU, Russia)
  4. Zavarzina Vera. Activities of the 9th Panchen Lama during 1925–1937 (according to the newspaper “Yul phyogs so so’i gsar ‘gyur me long”) (SPbSU, Russia)
  5. Rikey Thupten K. Internet and Tibetan Language: the Role of Technology in Modernising Tibetan Language (University of Helsinki, Finland)
  6. Toloknov Vyacheslav. The Role of the Literary Tradition in Preserving of Ethnic Identity of the Tibetans in the Diaspora (Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia)

 

10.00-12.30 – Panel N 5 “Literatures of Far East & South East Asia: Past and Present”, Session N 6 (Vladivostok Hall). Chairman – Tatiana Pang (IOM RAS, Russia) (Working languages – Russian, English)

  1. Hur, Kyoung-jin, Sung, A Sa. The Reference Value and Significance of Möllendorf Bangkakbon owned by the St. Petersburg Branch of the Institute of Oriental Studies  (Yonsei University, Korea).
  2. Fedotoff Alexander. On the Water Symbolism in the Yun Sǒn-do’s The Fisherman Calendar (Sofia University St.Kliment Ohridski, Bulgaria)
  3. Guryeva Anastasia. Poetry of the Far East in the Anthology by a French Turkologist A.-M. Thalasso (with a focus on Chinese and Korean poems). (SPbSU, Russia)
  4. Tsoy Inna. ‘Unearthly love’ in the World of Everyday Life (SPbSU, Russia)
  5. Moskalenko Yuliana. Religious Views in the Works of Modern Korean Poet Chong Sang-Byong (FEFU, Russia)
  6. Kuznetsova Maria. The Writer from South Korea, Lee Seung Woo. The World of the Author’s Writing through the Example of the Novel “The Secret Life of Plants” (Russia)

 

12.30-13.30 – Lunch (Self-service Restaurant, 1st floor)

13.30-15.30 Panel N 1 “Lao She and his Contribution to Chinese Literature”, Session N 7 (Berlin Hall). Chairman – Ma HuiLanzhou University, China (Working language – Chinese)

  1. Zeng Guangcan. Lao She and Anti-Japanese War Literature and Art (Nankai University, China)
  2. Wang Yuqi. An Overview of Lao She’s Popular Literary Creation in Anti-Japan War – Based on the Perspective of Literature Communication Theory (Jiangxi University of Economics and Finance, China)
  3. Mo Qiao, Wang Long, Zou Yan. City and Citizen ——A Study on Beipei’s Cultural Circle and Lao She’s Literary Writing and Cultural Thought During His Stay at Beipei (Chongqing Beipei Museum, China)
  4. Yang Jui-sung. From Living “Under the Red Banner“ to Living under the Red Flag: Lao She’s Love of “Zuguo”(Fatherland)  (TaiwanNationalChengchiUniversity)
  5. Zhang Lijun. Change of Dress and the Cultural Conflict in Lao She’s Mind after the Foundation of the PRC (Shandong Normal University, China)

 

13.30-15.30 – Panel N 2 “The Trends in Chinese Literature of XX and XXI centuries” Session N 1 (Novosibirsk Hall). Chairman – Svetlana Nikolskaya (MSU, Russia) (Working languages – Chinese, English, Russian)

  1. Gálik Marián. Wang Meng’s On the Cross (1988) After 25 Years (Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia)
  2. Song Binghui. The Modernity in Lu Xun’s “The Diary of a Madman” from the Perspective of Literary Communication between Russia and China (SISU, China)
  3. Khuziyatova Nadezda, Plyasenko Natalia. Contemporary Chinese Essay Writing as the Search for Identity and “Russian” Harbin in Zhang Kangkang’s Essays (FEFU, Russia)
  4. Korobova Anastassia. The Tradition on the Folk Narrative in Contemporary Chinese Literature (the case of prose by Feng Jicai) (IFES RAS, Russia)
  5. Nikitina Alexandra. The Discourse of Road and Journey in Chinese Short Stories of Early 1980s (SPbSU, Russia)
  6. Scherbakova Maria. The Basic Characteristics of Shi Tiesheng’s Literary Works by the Example of “My Faraway Qingpingwan” (SPbSU, Russia)

 

13.30-15.30 Panel N 4.Far Eastern Literatures in Russia & Russian Literature in the Far Eastern & South-East Asian Countries: Translation, Perception and Interference” Session N 1 (Vladivostok Hall). Chairman – Anatoly Sokolov (IOS RAS, Russia) (Working languages – Russian, English)

  1. Dong Xiao. On Influence of Chekhov`s Drama in China (Nanjing University, China)
  2. Momiuchi Yuko. The First Complete Japanese Translation «Resurrection» of Tolstoy (Waseda University, Japan)
  3. Baloyan Marianna. The Motivation of «Self-Punishing» in Works of Dostoevsky and Akutagava (Yerevan Aibusak University, Armenia)
  4. Tang Meng-wei. The Taiwanese Literature in the 1950-60’s and the Literature of First ”Wave” of Russian Emigration – Common and Particular Features in the Destiny of Divided Literatures in the XXth Century (MSU, Russia)
  5. Grigoryan Naira. China as an Idea in the Works of the Biggest Poets of Armenia in XX Century (CI at YSLU, Armenia)

 

15.30 – 16.00 – Coffee-break

16.00-17.00 – Panel N 1 “Lao She and his Contribution to Chinese Literature”, Session N 8 (Berlin Hall) and Panel N 2 “The Trends in Chinese Literature of XX and XXI centuries”, Session 2. Chairman – Alexey Rodionov (SPbSU, Russia) (Working language – Chinese)

  1. Nikolskaya Svetlana. Miniatures of Lao She and Wang Xiaobo: Common and Peculiar features (MSU, Russia)
  2. Sinetskaya Elvira. New Life of My Life by Lao She (IOS RAS, Russia)
  3. kritutskaya Valeria. Philosophical Ideas of Xu Dishan Revealed in “The Spider’s Web” (V.N.Karazin Kharkov National University, Ukraine)
  4. Obykhvist M.S. Autobiographism in the Story Beautiful Sister by San Mao (V.N.Karazin Kharkov National University, Ukraine)

 

16.00-17.00 – Panel N 2 “The Trends in Chinese Literature of XX and XXI centuries”, Session N 3 (Novosibirsk Hall). Chairman – Anastassia Korobova (IFES RAS, Russia) (Working language – Russian)

  1. Tugulova Olga. “Baiyangdian Poetic Group”: the Science of Being Alive (Buryat State University, Russia)
  2. Dreyzis Yulia. Modern Chinese Experimental Poetry and the Development of the Concept of Poetic Language (MSU, Russia)
  3. Shulunova Olga. The Concept Sphere of Han Dong’s Love Lyrics (Buryat State University, Russia)
  4. Tsybikova Valentina. Death in Haizi’s poetry (Buryat State University, Russia)

 

16.00-17.00 – Panel N 3 “New Tasks in the Study of Classical Chinese Literature in the Age of Globalization and Informatization” (Novosibirsk Hall). Session N 3. Chairman – Mark Ulyanov (MSU, Russia) (Working language – Russian)

  1. Storozhuk Alexander. Infernal Guards in Traditional Chinese Short-stories (SPbSU, Russia)
  2. Vinogradova Tatiana. Between the Lines: What can Tell us Inscriptions on the  Popular Chinese Prints and Watercolors (RASL, Russia)
  3. Zakharova Natalia. Christian Missionaries and Translations of English Fiction in China (Institute of the World Literature RAS, Russia)

 

17.10 – 18.00 Closing ceremony (Berlin Hall)

  1. Grokhovsky Pavel (SPbSU, Russia)
  2. Ulyanov Mark (MSU, Russia)
  3. Galik Marian (Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia)
  4. Fan Yihao (Nankai University, China)
  5. Storozhuk Alexander (SPbSU, Russia)

 

18.15 – Transfer to “Harbin” Restaurant (Odoevskogo Str., 27)

19.00 – 21.00 – Farewell banquet at “Harbin” Restaurant (Odoevskogo Str., 27)

21.00 – Transfer to “St.Petersburg Azimut Hotel”

 


June 29, 2014 (Sunday)

Transfer “St.Petersburg Azimut Hotel” – PulkovoAirport and St.Petersburg railway stations (non-CIS foreign participants only)

 


USEFUL INFORMATION:

 

Location of the conference hall at St.Petersburg University:

  • Grand Hall – MainBuilding, 2d floor, entrance from Mendeleevskaya Line

 

Location of the conference halls at “Azimut” Hotel:

  • Berlin Hall – 18th Floor
  • Novosibirsk Hall – 18th Floor
  • Vladivostok Hall – 18th Floor

 

Timing:

  • Each presentation is expected to last 15 minutes, discussion – 5-10 minutes

Access to meals:

  • Breakfast – against room card (participants, who stay in Azimut only)
  • Lunch – against conference badge (all registered participants and volunteers)
  • Dinner – against conference badge (non-local registered participants only)
  • Farewell banquet – against conference badge (all registered participants and volunteers)

Access to Internet:

  • St. Petersburg University – free Wi-Fi, no password needed
  • Azimut Hotel – free Wi-Fi, no password needed

Contacts:

  • Transfers: Dmitry Mayatsky +7-921-3324272
  • Meals: Yekaterina Guseva +7-921-4272525
  • Other Issues: Alexey Rodionov +7-921-7425148
  • Taxi: 3333233
  • Azimut Hotel: 740 26 40 (Address – Lermontovsky Ave., 43/1)