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Faculty Research Day 2014

Faculty Research Day - 2014

Monday, 19th May, 2014

Rooms 8 & 9, Faculty of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies

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Morning SessionsAfternoon Sessions

09:00 - Geoffrey Khan: opening Remarks

09:10 - Imre Galambos
Tangut Translations of Chinese Texts Found in Khara-khoto

09:30 - Christine van Ruymbeke
Kashefi’s Provocative Contrapunctual Game with Prosimetrum

09:50 - Deokhyo Choi
The Korean War and the Korean Minority in Japan

10:10 - Michael Chaim Rand
Jewish Liturgy in the Cairo Genizah

10:30 - Coffee Break

11:00 - Aaron Hornkhol
The Textual Value of the Biblical Dead Sea Scrolls in the Light of their Linguistic Profile

11:20 - Adam Chau
Modularity as a Principle of Social Organization: Chinese Religious Life

11:40 - Eivind Kahrs
Philology as a means of understanding early India

12:00 - Laura Moretti
The Everyman’s Library of Seventeenth-century Japan

12:20 - Buffet Lunch

13:30 - Elisabetta Ragagnin
Oghuz Turkic Varieties in the Caucasus and Iran

13:50 - Hugo David
Indian Theories of Language in the 5th-7th Centuries: Between Grammar and Exegesis

14:10 - Rebekah Clements
Translation and Japanese Early Modernity

14:30 - Shady Hekmat Nasser
The transmission of the Qur'an

14:50 - Coffee Break

15:20 - Michael Shin
Korea and Visual Orientalism

15:40 - Annabel Keeler
Rehabilitating Potiphar's wife: a changing paradigm in Sufi exegesis

16:00 - Geoffrey Khan: closing remarks

16:10 - Ends