FAH-DHIST Guest Lecture – “The Role of the Korean Peninsula in the Culture of the East Asian Bamboo and Wooden Texts 東亞簡牘文化圈中韓半島的位置


Speaker:

Prof. Yun Jae Seug

Date:

7 Jan 2020

Time:

16:30

Venue:

E21-G002

Description:

漢字作為古代「東亞儒家文化圈」的通行文字,簡牘作為古代「東亞記錄文化圈」的共同文字載體,在韓、中兩國的文化交流方面起到了十分重要的作用。本講座主要分析韓、中、日三國共同出土的《論語》簡、戶口簿木牘、習字簡、九九表木牘以及書寫工具(毛筆、書刀),查明東亞簡牘記錄文化圈中韓半島佔有的位置,而且了解古代東亞地區文化的傳承關係與其歷史意義。

春秋戰國到秦漢時期是典型古代中國文化的形成、發展時期,這一時期的文化資料均書寫於簡牘。自前108年在韓半島設置楽浪郡以來,韓半島中北部地區直接吸收漢朝簡牘記錄文化;韓半島中南部地區通過樂浪郡接觸吸收簡牘記錄文化。韓半島的簡牘記錄文化再傳播到於日本列島,可知近期日本列島發現的公元8-9世紀的木簡,在形制、用途以及書寫格式方面都類似於韓半島發現的6-7世紀木簡。

對東亞簡牘文化的深入研究是了解東亞地區歷史文化核心主幹的基礎,通過東亞簡牘文化的共同研究,可以宏觀地擴大東亞文化視野,進而達到三國間的互相了解,以及和平發展的共同目標。

The Korean Peninsula had played a significant role in the cultural interaction among China, Korea, and Japan. Starting from 108 BCE, when Emperor Wu of Han established Lelang Commandery, the northern Korean Peninsula was incorporated into the Han Empire. The notable amount of bamboo and wooden texts excavated in mainland China, Korea, and Japan in recent decades attest that a cultural sphere was formed among the three countries between the 2nd century BCE and 9th century CE in which they shared similar written and material culture. Drawing lights from these newly excavated texts, this lecture will explore the role of the Korean Peninsula in the culture of the East Asian bamboo and wooden texts.

 

Audience:

All are welcome

Language:

Mandarin

Enquiry:

Department of History
Tel: (853) 8822 8801 / 8822 8821
Email: fah.history@um.edu.mo