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Date:2019.03.15[Fri]- 03.17[Sun]

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The Second International Symposium on Current Situation of Contemporary Tibetan Literature and Film Making

Posted:2019.02.25

*This event has already been held.

 

You can get “SERNYA” 6 in this event.

https://tibetanliterature.blogspot.com/p/sernya.html

Date/Time

15 March, 2019 (Fri.), 17:00–19:30
16 March, 2019 (Sat.), 10:50–18:00
17 March, 2019 (Sun.), 10:50–18:00

Venue

Room 303, 3F, ILCAA, TUFS

Program

15 March

Screening of Tibetan Short Films (17:00–19:30)

  1. “The Knot” (Directed by Loten, 20 min., 2018, w/ English subtitles)
  2. “Blackboard” (Directed by Yonden, 27 min., 2018, w/ English subtitles)
  3. “The Hunter and the Skeleton” (Directed by Bin Bai, 26 min., 2012, w/ English subtitles)

Another short film will be shown.
Commentary: Wandaike (Minzu University of China) , Izumi HOSHI (ILCAA)

16 March

Current Situation of Contemporary Tibetan Literature and Film Making: Reports from Tibetan perspectives

10:50–12:40

  1. Izumi HOSHI (ILCAA)
    Opening Remarks
  2. Laxianjia (ILCAA Visiting Professor, China Tibetology Research Center)
    “Boundedness of Modern Tibetan Literature”

    (Dr. Laxianjia cannot attend the symposium for some reasons.) (11 March, 2019 Updated)
  3. Zengbaodangzhou (Minzu University of China)
    “Characteristics of the Tibetan Literature of the Past Decade”

12:40–13:40
Lunch time

13:40–15:45

  1. Jia Buqing (Tibetan Literature Net)
    “Thinking of Tibetan Literature Based on the Experience of Tibetan Literature Net”
  2. Wandaike (Minzu University of China)
    “About Tibetan Films”
  3. Q&A Session
    Commentators: Maya HAMADA (Kobe University), Miki KAWAMOTO (Fukuoka University)

SERNYA Special Session 1 “Drawing Tibet: Perspectives of Japanese Artists” (16:00–17:00)

Kuranishi (Cartoonist), Eiko ANRAKU (Artist), Chizuko (Artist)
Moderator: Izumi HOSHI (ILCAA)

SERNYA Special Session 2 “Looking back on the Six Year History of SERNYA” (17:00–18:00)

Kazue AOKI (Book designer), Izumi HOSHI (ILCAA), Shiho EBIHARA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, ILCAA Research Fellow), Junko MIURA (translator), Keisuke IWATA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, JSPS/Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)

17 March

Current Situation of Contemporary Tibetan Literature and Film Making: Reports from Japanese perspectives

10:50–12:40

  1. Izumi HOSHI (ILCAA)
    Opening Remarks
  2. Shiho EBIHARA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, ILCAA Research Fellow)
    “Literatures in Ladakh and Sikkim”
  3. Izumi HOSHI (ILCAA)
    “English Tibetan literature and its related topics”
  4. Satoshi UDO (Kagoshima University)
    Exploring for a new “language”––Challenges and Possibilities of Small Literatures

12:40–13:40
Lunch time

13:40–15:45

  1. Junko MIURA (translator)
    “Tibetan Ghosts and Demons”
  2. Keisuke IWATA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, JSPS/Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
    “Curse in the History of Tibet”
  3. Q&A Session
    Commentators: Yoko TAMURA (Kinjo Gakuin University), Hiroshi NEMOTO (Hiroshima University), Yuri KOMATSUBARA (Meiji University)

SERNYA Special Session 3 “What is your favorite story?” (16:00–17:00)

Poetry Reading by Jia Buqing

SERNYA Special Session 4 “Joy of Tibetan Music” (17:00–17:50)

Miwa NAKAHARA (Performer of Tibetan Music)
Moderator: Shiho EBIHARA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, ILCAA Research Fellow)

17:50–18:00
Closing Remarks

Language

Japanese, Tibetan (with Japanese interpretation)

Admission

Free

Pre-registration

If you would like to attend the event, please fill out the application form below.

Sponsored by

  • Core Project “Linguistic Dynamics Science3 (LingDy3)”, ILCAA, TUFS

General Inquiries

E-mail: info-lingdy[at]aacore.net (Please replace [at] with @)
Phone: 042-330-5543

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