Annonce : journées d’étude – 3, 4 et 5 novembre 2011

Eloquence of the Text
Images in Dialogue

The Shuhanron emaki : Literary genres and representations in medieval Japan

  International Workshop
 3-5 November 2011

Download programme : Programme-SHR-ENG

The Bibliothèque nationale de France, the Japanese studies Center (Inalco) and the Research Center on East Asian Civilization in Paris organize together an International Workshop about the Illustrated Scroll of the Sake and the Rice debate (Shuhanron emaki), on the 3-5 November 2011.

This workshop was created in the scope of the Research program entitled “Japanese manuscripts and narrative paintings of the Edo Period owned by the Manuscripts Department or the public collections inFrance”. This program is a part of the Research triennial program of the Library for 2010-2012.

This Workshop aims to present the results of these two year of collective research, centered on the Shuhanron emaki and the question of the text (3-4 November) and the images (5 November).

The original manuscript of the Shuhanron emaki dates back to the 16th century, and the huge amount of extant copies from late Muromachi toEdo periods suggests this work to have been quite popular. During this workshop, specialists of Literature and History of Art will examine the multiples significations of those representations.

Informations : shuhanron(at)gmail.com

Access

Bibliothèque nationale de France

Salle des Commissions
5, rue Vivienne
75002 Paris

Salle de formation
61, rue Richelieu
75002 Paris

Métro : Ligne 3, station Bourse ; Lignes 1 et 7, station Palais-Royal ; Lignes 7 et 14, station Pyramides
Bus : Lignes 20, 29, 39, 67, 74, 85

Musée Cernuschi

7 avenue Vélasquez
75008 Paris
Tél: 01 53 96 21 50

Métro : Ligne 2, station Villiers ou Monceau ; Ligne 3, station Villiers
Bus : Lignes 30, 94 – stations Malesherbes / Courcelles ; Ligne 84 – station Ruysdaël /Parc Monceau.
Vélib: 75, rue de Monceau 8e

International Workshop organized by :
– the Bibliothèque nationale de France
–  Rikkyô University (Tôkyô)
– the Centre d’études japonaises (CEJ), Inalco
– the Centre de recherche sur les civilisations de l’Asie orientale (CRCAO, UMR 8155 : CNRS / EPHE / Université Paris Diderot / Collège de France)
With the collaboration of the musée Cernuschi and the Fondation de France

Programme :

 Thursday 3 november 2011
Bibliothèque nationale de France

14h30
Salle des Commissions

« The text of the Shuhanron emaki »
Workshop on the text led by Claire-Akiko Brisset (U. Paris-Diderot)

 With the collaboration of:
– Terada Sumie (Inalco)
– Komine Kazuaki (U. Rikkyô, Tôkyô)
– Kim Moomkyong (U. Kyôto)
– Masuo Shin.ichirô (U. Tôkyô Seitoku)
– Itô Nobuhiro (U.Nagoya)
– Watanabe Takeshi (Connecticut College, U.S.A.)

 Language: Japanese

 17h30: closing 

Friday 4 November
Bibliothèque nationale de France

9h30
Salle de formation

« Students’ workshop »

 9h45: Antonin Ferré (Inalco): « Controversy and parody: variants of the text in the Shuhanron emaki » (in French)

10h45 : break

11h: Delphine Mulard (Inalco / Ecole du Louvre) and Sophie Piauger (BnF / Inalco): « Ogers and warriors in the Muromachi period as seen in three scrolls: the Shutendôji emaki, the Shakadô engi emaki and the Tsuna emaki » (in French)

12h: lunch

14h30
Salle des Commissions

« The Shuhanron emaki : text and context »

14h30: Kim Moomkyong (U. Kyôto): « The parodical controversy in Oriental Asia literature »

15h15: Masuo Shin.ichirô (U. Tôkyô Seitoku): « The Shuhanron emaki and classical culture: annual celebrations, Chinese literature and Japanese poetry »

16h: break

16h15: Komine Kazuaki (U. Rikkyô, Tôkyô): « The genesis of the Shuhanron emaki and the Yama no kami emaki »

Language: Japanese

17h30: closing 

Saturday 5 november
Musée Cernuschi, Conference Hall

9h15 : Greetings

« Images in dialogue » 

10h: Tsuchiya Maki (U. Gakushûin): « The situation of the Shuhanron emaki in the works of Kanô Motonobu »
(in Japanese with French translation)

12h30: lunch

14h30: Takagishi Akira (Tôkyô Institute of Technology): « The Shuhanron emaki in the illustrated scrolls of the Middle Ages: between heritage and renewal »
(in Japanese with French translation)

16h00: break

16h15: Estelle Leggeri-Bauer (U. Heidelberg) and Alice Bianchi (Inalco): « The human Figures in the Shuhanron emaki: fantasia, caprices and Sino-japanese variations »

17h-18h: debate