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Indological Connections between Paris and Chicago

10 mars 2016

Lieu / Venue
The University of Chicago (Center in Paris)
6, rue Thomas Mann, Paris 13e

Organisation
Whitney Cox (University of Chicago)
Isabelle Ratié (Université Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3)

9h25-9h30 – Welcome address

Panel 1 : Histories

9h30-10h15

  • Whitney COX (University of Chicago)
    Three ways to read Coḻa inscriptions : apropos of the succession crisis of 1070-74

10h15-11h

  • Emmanuel FRANCIS (CNRS – CEIAS)
    Praśasti to Meykkīrtti : Royal Eulogy in Ancient Tamil Nadu

11h00-11h15 – Coffee break

11h15-12h

  • Arlo GRIFFITHS (EFEO)
    Towards the publication of a corpus of the Pyu inscriptions of ancient Burma and the decipherment of the Pyu language (Tibeto-Burman)

Panel 2 : Speculative Thought

12h00-12h45

  • Gary TUBB (University of Chicago)
    Revisiting the dream metaphor in early Vedānta

Lunch break

14h15-15h

  • Isabelle RATIÉ (Université Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3)
    In search of Utpaladeva’s lost Īśvarapratyabhijñāvivṛti : an account of the latest discoveries

Panel 3 : Textual cultures

15h-15h45

  • Jérôme PETIT (BNF)
    For a history of the catalogues of Indian manuscripts in Paris

15h45-16h – Coffee break

16h-16h45

  • Nalini BALBIR (Université Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3)
    The Paris Jain manuscripts in context : collectors and collections

16h45-17h30

  • Thibaut D’HUBERT (University of Chicago)
    The Jesuits and the Interpreter : Studying languages in 18th-century Bengal

17h30-18h – Final discussion

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