Events

New SEAA website

The Society for East Asian Archaeology has a renewed website with a new look and features - please click https://seaa-web.org to see it.

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Call for Submissions: The 12nd International Symposium on Hanzi Shufa (Chinese Calligraphy) Education

Call for Submissions Submission deadline: February 28, 2020 The 12nd International Symposium on Hanzi Shufa (Chinese Calligraphy) Education will be held on June 18th-20th, 2020 in the city of Shaoxing,…

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CIMAM Annual Conference 2019

15.–17. November 2019 Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia The Annual Conference is CIMAM’s most important meeting throughout the year. It is attended by directors and curators of modern and…

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CfA: Asia and Europe – Discourse, Circulation and Representation (Autumn School 2019)

Call for Aplications: Autumn School "Discourse, Circulation, and Representation" 30.09. - 04.10.2019 at Zurich University Organized by the Doctoral Program Asia & Europe Application deadline: August 16, 2019 The Interdisciplinary…

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Workshop: Getty-Heidelberg Dissertation Workshop 2020 (Year 2)

Heidelberg Dissertation Workshops and European - U.K. Research Travel Stipends Workshop Year 2: July 26 - August 15, 2020 Call for Applications: Deadline September 30, 2019 Heidelberg University, Institute for…

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Artistic Production and Circulation of Objects in Northern Asia (China, Korea), 1st–7th Centuries AD (Dr. Ariane Perrin)

A series of lectures by Dr. Ariane Perrin (Catholic University of Paris) at Ludwig Maximillian University of Munich: July 9–11, 2019 Programme:  Tuesday 9 July 2019, 2–4 PM: Kaulbachstraße 53, E03…

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Publications

Asian Studies: Meaning and Transformation of Chinese Funerary Art during the Han and Wei Jin Nanbei Periods

Edited by: Nataša Vampelj Suhadolnik Published by: Ljubljana University Press, Faculty of Arts Asian Studies Volume 7, issue 2 (2019) This special issue of the journal Asian Studies is dedicated…

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Han Dynasty Stone Carved Tombs in Central and Eastern China (by Chen Li)

Han Dynasty (206 BC–AD 220) stone carved tombs were constructed from carved stone slabs or a combination of moulded bricks and carved stones, and were distributed in Central and Eastern…

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The Steppe and the Sea: Pearls in the Mongol Empire (by Thomas T. Allsen)

In 1221, in what we now call Turkmenistan, a captive held by Mongol soldiers confessed that she had swallowed her pearls in order to safeguard them. She was immediately executed…

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