The Tang Dynasty Glories Left in Shoso-in, Japan
Lecturer:Lyu Jing（professor at Department of Cultural Heritage and Museology, Fudan University, doctoral supervisor, and she received her doctoral degree in literature from the University of Tokyo.）
Academic chair:Hu Bin（the executive deputy director of the Art Museum of Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts and professor at Art Management Department of Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts.)
Time: 15:00, Saturday, April 10, 2021
Location:Academic Hall, First Floor of Art Museum of Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts, No. 257, Changgangdong Road, Haizhu District, Guangzhou
会议 ID ：782 224 028
ID：782 224 028
Organizer:Art Museum of Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts, Graduate School of Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts
Hundreds of authentic Tang Dynasty artifacts are collected in Shosoin at the foot of Wakakusa Hill in Nara, Japan, bringing the world a visual and perceptive view of the glorious Tang Dynasty. The reappearance of Tang Dynasty treasures also makes us aware of the responsibility of protecting the cultural heritage of mankind.
Lyu Jing, professor at Department of Cultural Heritage and Museology, Fudan University, doctoral supervisor, and she received her doctoral degree in literature from the University of Tokyo.
And she is also a researcher at the Center for Japanese Studies of Fudan University, a collaborative researcher at the Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia of the University of Tokyo, Japan, and a researcher at the Institute for Studies on Ancient Chinese Material Culture of Hosei University.
The vice chair of Shanghai Association of History of Overseas Chinese, a member of the 7th congress of Shanghai Federation of Social Sciences Associations, an evaluation communication expert of National Social Science Fund Project Achievement, an evaluation expert of Academic Degree Center of Ministry of Education, an evaluation communication expert of Major Project of Key Research Base of Humanities and Social Sciences of Ministry of Education, a member of council of Chinese Association for Japanese Studies, the vice chair of Lacquer Art Committee of Shanghai Arts and Crafts Association, etc.
She specializes in the history of Pre-Qin, Qin and Han Dynasties, Eastern Asia Ancient Society and Cultural Heritage. She is dedicated to the research of unearthed materials of the Pre-Qin, Qin, Han, Sui and Tang Dynasties, and especially focuses on oracle bones, bronze, bamboo slips, lacquerwares, intangible cultural heritage and the history of cultural and academic exchanges between China and Japan, she is well known in the academic circles of China, Japan and South Korea. Her dissertation is Research on the Oath of Alliance in the Spring and Autumn Period: Re-construction of Social Order under the Worship of Gods, and she is the translator of Societies and States in Ancient China and one of the translators of Beijing Yamamoto Photo Studio: Japanese Photographer and His Lens of Modern China, and she is the editor in chief of Oracle Bone Collection of Fudan University (two volumes), and she is also the author of more than 70 academic papers. She has won the Outstanding Achievement Award of Philosophy and Social Sciences of Shanghai, Excellent Paper Award of Academic Annual Conference of Shanghai Federation of Social Sciences Associations, and her papers were included in the Japanese academic yearbook Articles on the Relations of China and other publications.