2ème colloque international des études académiques sur les Ouighours

Dates :
Jeudi 19 novembre 2015 - 09:00
Lieu :
Inalco - Salons d'honneurs

Second International Conference on Uyghur Studies: History, Culture, and Society

du mardi 17 novembre au vendredi 20 novembre 2015

Ce colloque est organisé par le Central Asia Program (CAP) de la George Washington University. Les journées des 17 et 18 novembre auront lieu à l'Université libre de Bruxelles en Belgique, les journées des 19 et 20 novembre à l'Inalco.

Programme du jeudi 19 novembre

Le colloque se tiendra en anglais et en russe, avec traduction simultanée

9:00-11:00 Reassessing the Role of Russia in 19th and 20th centuries Xinjiang
Chair: Catherine Poujol (INALCO)
 
  • Alexsander Vasilyev (Central Eurasian Research Center of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia): Alternate Approaches in the Russian Policy to Yakub-beg’s State in the 1870-1880s
  • Nabijan Tursun (Independent Scholar, USA): Uyghur Sources and Soviet Archival Documents on the Early 20th Century Uyghur History
  • Vladimir Boyko (Altai State Pedagogical Academy; Research Associate at Altai State University, Barnaul, Russia): Conflicting Governance/Statehood Schemes in Xinjiang 1940s: An Ethno-Political Dimension
  • Valerii Barmin (Altai State Pedagogical Academy, Russia): The role of the Soviet Union in the establishment and operation of the unrecognized Republic of East Turkestan and the position of the United States (1944-1945)

11:30-13:00 Multiplicity of Religious Practices in the Uyghur Culture through Centuries
Chair: Rémy Dor (INALCO)
 
  • Dmitri Vasilyev (Institute of Oriental Studies, Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia): Traces of Uyghur - Manichean Culture in Rock Drawings in Middle Yenisei Basin
  • Arienne Dwyer (University of Kansas, USA): Good and Evil Spirits in the late 19th Century Tarim Basin
  • Sabine Trebinjac (Laboratory of Ethnology and Comparative Sociologie (LESC), CNRS and Nanterre University, France): Loplik Living Souls: What Revival?

14:00-17:30 New Scholarship on Uyghur Sources
Chair: Dilnur Reyhan (INALCO, Paris)
 
  • Dinara Dubrovskaia (Institute of Oriental Studies, Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia): Sui China and Xi-Yu: Pei Ju's Perspective
  • Dolkum Kamberi (Radio Free Asia, Washington, D.C.): Unearthed Täklimakanian Civilization & Uyghur Urbiculture
  • Aleksandr Kadyrbaev (Institute of Oriental Studies, Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia): Uighur medieval written in China during the reign of the Mongol: Yuan Dynasty - Uyghurs as the bearers of the Mongols
  • Sergey Dmitriev (Institute of Oriental Studies, Academy of Sciences, Moscow; Institute of Asian and African States, Moscow State University, Russia): Some sources about Boquq Khan (epigraphy, numismatic and anthropology)
  • Ablet Semet (Georg-August-University Goettingen, Germany): A Brief Study of Late Ottoman Sources on the Uyghurs
  • Erkin Emet (Ankara University, Turkey): General Overview of Scientific Studies Conducted in Turkey in Relation to East Turkistan and Uighurs from the end of 1920s up to Today

 
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Type : 

  • Colloques et journées d'étude