was held on Dec 8, 2018 at the Center.
“The Formation and Development of Music Genre in the Republic of Turkey”
Mitsuru SAITO（Professor, Faculty of Education, Yamaguchi University）
Chairperson: Kozo Itani（Professor, Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University）
“Meiji Japan seen from IranianTtravelers’ Viewpoints”
Takashi Kuroda (Professor, Graduate School of International Cultural Studies, Tohoku University)
Chairperson: Toru Onozawa（Professor, Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University）
was held on June 30, 2018 at the Center.
On the Middle Turkic translations from Persian Sources
（Professor, Institute of Global Studies, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies）
Chairperson: Setsu FUJISHIRO
（Professor, Department of Human Studies, Kobe City College of Nursing）
Daśakarmapathāvadānamālā Central Asian Collection of Buddhist Tales New results from research of the St. Petersburg fragments
（Prof. Dr., Toyo Bunko and Freie Universität Berlin）
Chairperson: Tooru HAYASI
（Specially Appointed Professor, The Open University of Japan）
Converts or Jadid al-Islam in Early Modern West Asia.
Tomoko MORIKAWA（Associate Professor, Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, University of Tokyo）
Chairperson: Shinya SHIONOZAKI（Associate Professor, Faculty of Letters, Ryukoku University）
The Manchu Pentaglot Dictionary (Wi-ti Qing-wen-jian) and the Written Mongolian Language.
Hitoshi KURIBAYASHI （Emeritus Professor, Tohoku University）
Chairperson: Takashi MATSUKAWA（Professor, Faculty of Letters, Otani University）
Recent Discoveries Relating to Syriac Christianity in China and Neighbouring Areas
Hidemi TAKAHASHI (Professor, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo)
Chairperson: Yutaka YOSHIDA (Professor, Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University)
Some remarks on the early Mongol Empire: Chinggis Khan, Keshig, and Muslim merchant
Framing the Timurid Aristocratic Order
Professor John WOODS (Chicago University)
The Matter of Mamluk Copper Coins in the Year 806 H: A New Look
Professor Warren Schultz (DePaul University)
[Part 1] The so-called ‘Portuguese’ of the Coromandel Coast and Early Madras
Ikuko WADA (Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Okayama University)
Chairperson: Masaki SUGIYAMA (Assistant Researcher, Center for Eurasian Cultural Studies, Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University)
[Part 2] The Madrasas in Damascus under the Mamluks
Manami KONDO (Associate Professor, Faculty of Letters, Ryukoku University)
Chairperson: Goro YOKOUCHI (Lecturer, Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University)
The Tale of Zalpa: Ask Not What It Means but How It Works
(Associate Professor of University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Chairperson: Kazuhiko YOSHIDA
(Professor of the Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University)
How had the Chinese officials used the statute files under Mongol rule?
(Graduate School of Letters, OsakaUniversity)
Chairperson: Yuko MATSUKA
(Professor of Graduate School of Letters, Otemon Gakuin University)
The Mosque of Sultan Hasan: Pious Patronage or Extravagance
Doris Behrens-Abouseif (Emeritus Professor of the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London)
Ottoman Imperial Ceremonial:
Why it Matters for the Sultan’s Legitimacy?
Hakan Karateke（Professor of Ottoman and Turkish Culture, Language and Literature,
The University of Chicago）
AOYAMA, Kazuki. Case Uses in Turkish Headlines.
EBATA, Fuyuki. A brief comparison of Sakha and Tyvan: Regularity and obligatoriness.
FUJISHIRO, Setsu. A Turkic text of a Shaman’s song found among the materials of Tungus language at the beginning of 20th century.
HAYATA, Suzushi. Shunzhi-period Manchu Recorded by Japanese Speakers: A Preliminary Study.
HAYATA, Teruhiro. A preliminary report on word-internal spaces in old Manchu writing.
HAYATSU, Emiko. How Japanese Causative Sentences Correspond to Non-causative Sentences.
KAKUDO, Masayoshi. Conjunct/Disjunct in Monguor.
KISHIDA, Yasuhiro. Some remarks on the genitive case.
KOGURA, Norikazu. A preliminary study on agentivity and knowledge management in Sibe.
KUBO, Tomoyuki. Reading pronunciation of Manchurian in Xinjiang Sibe.
KURIBAYASHI, Yuu. Issues in V+V compound verbs in Turkish.
MATSUMOTO, Ryo. The verbal suffix –v in Evenki.
OHSAKI, Noriko. Voice suffixes and Verb-Verb Complexes in Kyrgyz used in the Epos Manas.
OKU, Masahiro. Finite verb forms in Turkmen.
SAWADA, Hideo. Constituency tests for the complex verb structure in Lhaovo language.
ARAKAWA, Shintaro. On the recent studies of the Tangut texts written in the cursive style.
SUGAHARA, Mutsumi. Persian loan syntax in Chaghatay.
SUGANUMA, Kentaro. Preliminary study on the Modern Uyghur accent: A comparison with Turkish.
UETA, Naoki. A Perceptual Experiment on Vowel Duration in Khalkha Mongolian.
UMETANI, Hiroyuki. Phonological characteristics of Khalkha Mongolian personal possessive particles.
WANG, Haibo. The phonological alternation and the boundary of stem in spoken Manchu
YAMADA, Yohei. When is a verbal noun used for sentence finals in Khalkha Mongolian?
YOSHIDA, Hiromi. A short report from my recent fieldwork on Basque language.
HAYASI, Tooru. Total Comments.
Some Notes on the Arabic Manuscript Ahmet III 3057 (TSMK, Istanbul)
Takao ITO (Associate Professor of the Graduate School of Humanities, Kobe University)
Chairperson: Shinya SHIONOZAKI (Assistant Researcher of the Center for Eurasian Cultural Studies, Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University)
Municipal Districts and Officials in Tabriz in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century
Masashi MIZUTA (Professor of the Department of Commerce, Osaka University of Commerce)
Chairperson: Toru ONOZAWA (Associate Professor of Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University)
Organizers: Satoshi OGURA (JSPS), Akane SAITO (JSPS)
Co-Organizers: CECS, Kyoto University and RINDAS
The First Day (13:00-17:40)
Alexis SANDERSON (Professor Emeritus, Oxford University)
Yasuke IKARI (Professor Emeritus, Kyoto University)
Bill MAK (Hakubi Center, Kyoto University)
Kiyokazu Okita (Hakubi Center, Kyoto University)
The Second Day (10:00-16:45)
Yuko YOKOCHI (Kyoto University)
Satoshi OGURA (JSPS)
Yuki TOMONARI (JSPS)
Akane SAITO (JSPS)
Satoshi NAIKI (Kyoto University)
Yohei KAWAJIRI (Chikushi Jogakuen University)
Somdev VASUDEVA (Kyoto University)
Supported by: The Department of Indology, Kyoto University and RINDAS (NIHU Program of Contemporary India Area Studies)
Administrative System and Official Documents of the Old Tibetan Empire
Kazushi IWAO (Visiting Researcher of Kobe City University of Foreign Studies)
Chairperson: Tatsuya NAKANISHI (Program Specific Assistant Professor of The Hakubi Center for Advanced Research)
The Earliest Japanese Traveler through the so-called Outer-Mongolia Region
Akira HARAYAMA (Graduate School of Letters, Momoyama Gakuin University)
UETA, Naoki (Graduate School, Kyoto Univ.) Word-initial r in Mongolian.
UMETANI, Hiroyuki (Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo Univ. of Foreign Studies) Invariable words modifying adjectives in Mongolian.
KAKUDO, Masayoshi (Osaka Univ.) Intonation of the Huzhu Dongshan Dialect in Mongghul.
YAMAKOSHI, Yasuhiro (Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo Univ. of Foreign Studies) Sentence-final Personal Possessive Particles in Buryat.
YAMADA, Yohei (Graduate School, Tokyo Univ. of Foreign Studies) Reflexive possessive markers in Qiqihaer Dagur.
AOYAMA, Kazuki (Graduate School, Tokyo Univ.) Turkish aorist forms in terms of “property description” ‒through the analysis of impersonal passives.
DIRIK, Seval (Graduate School, Okayama Univ.) On the predicate form -(y)IK in Çanakkale dialect of Turkish.
EBATA, Fuyuki (Niigata Univ.) A preliminary study on Sakha auxiliary verbs.
OHSAKI, Noriko (Kyoto Univ.) A preliminary study on verb-complexes in Kyrgyz.
KURIBAYASHI, Yuu (Okayama Univ.) Khalaj ‒A Turkic language spoken in Iran‒.
SATO, Kumiko (Nagasaki Univ. of Foreign Studies) On pitch compression phenomenon in Turkish.
SUGAHARA, Mutsumi (Tokyo Univ. of Foreign Studies) ‘Oblique base’ in the Turkic nominal morphology.
SUGANUMA, Kentaro (Graduate School, Kyushu Univ.) The Core-Periphery Structure of Modern Uyghur Phonological Lexicon: A Study on r-insertion.
FUJISHIRO, Setsu (Kobe City College of Nursing) A scene from a linguistic history in the 20th century: Dolgan met Yakut again.
KISHIDA, Yasuhiro (Osaka Univ.) A remark on the semantics and morphology of indirect evidentiality.
SAWADA, Hideo (Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo Univ. of Foreign Studies) Plain-causative verb pairs in languages of Burmish group.
YOSHIDA, Hiromi (Kobe City Univ. of Foreign Studies) A preliminary study on the postpositions and case-markers in Basque.
KAJI, Hiromi (Tokyo Univ.) Irregularity in Ewen morphology.
KOGURA, Norikazu (Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo Univ. of Foreign Studies) Vowel stems and consonant stems in Tungusic verbal morphophonology.
KUBO, Tomoyuki (Kyushu Univ.) Some remarks on the numerals of Manchu and Sibe.
MATSUMOTO, Ryo (Kyoto Univ.) Compounding in modern Evenki.
WANG, Haibo (Graduate School, Tokyo Univ.) On the compilation of a cognate dictionary of Manchurian dialects: The state of progress and its application to diachronic research of phonology.
General Review Hayasi, Tooru (Tokyo Univ.)
“Dirhams for Slaves, Furs and Amber: Islamic Trade with Europe and the Northern Lands in the 9th and 10th Centuries”
Dr. Luke Treadwell (Oriental Studies Department, University of Oxford)
Opening Speech: Kozo Itani (Professor: Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University; Director, Center for Eurasian Cultural Studies, Kyoto University)
Kazuya Maekawa, Iran-Japan Project of Ancient Texts: A Brief History
Shunsuke Watanabe ─ Hirofumi Teramura, 3D Modelling of the Cuneiform Tablets and the Bricks Possessed by the National Museum of Iran
Sharareh Farokhnia ─ Katrien De Graef, The Emergence of Early Complexity in Tape Hissar
Sedigheh Piran, Seal Impressions from Tal-i Malyan (The Collection of Inscription Department of the National Museum of Iran)
Yasuyoshi Okada, Archaeology of Chogha Zanbil and its Conservation in the World Heritage Context
Florence Malbran-Labat, Elamite, An Unnamed Language: Current Status
Wakaha Mori ─ Kazuya Maekawa, A Sumerian Royal Inscription and a Sumerian Administrative Record from Ur III Anšan
Piotr Steinkeller, The Role of Elam in the Inter-Regional Exchange of Metals: Tin, Copper, Silver, and Gold in the Second Half of the Third Millennium BC.
Kazuya Maekawa, Susa and Girsu-Lagaš in the Ur III Period
Katrien De Graef, A Game of Thrones? The Institutionalization and Political Structure of the Sukkalmah Regime (1930-1450 BC)
Akiko Tsujita, Divine Names in the School Texts from Susa
Eiko Matsushima, A Royal Inscription of Huteldush-Inshushinak from Tall-i Malyan
Yoko Watai, Transfer of Statues of the Divinities and Worship from Babylonia to Elam in the First Millennium BCE
Toyoko Kawase, Masons and Quarries in the Persepolis Royal Economy
Seiro Haruta, Historical Importance of the Izeh Plain: Viewed from Later Periods
Kazuya Maekawa, Closing Speech
This meeting was held as a part of the program of the International Colloquium, Ancient Iran: New Perspectives from Archaeology and Cuneiform Studies (organized by Iran-Japan Project of Ancient Texts), which was held on December 6th and 7th at the Center.
■ Part I “Seal Impressions from Tell Malyan in the Collection of Inscription Department of the National Museum of Iran (Iran-Japan Project of Ancient Iran)”
Ms. Sedigheh Piran （Inscription Department of National Museum of Iran）
■ Part II “Archaeology of Chogha Zanbil and its Conservation in the World Heritage Context”
Prof. Yasuyoshi OKADA （Kokushikan University, Institute for Cultural Studies of Ancient Iraq）
■ Part I “Mīr ‘Alī Šīr’s Ancestry and the Post-Mongol Era”
KUBO, Kazuyuki (Associate Professor of Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University)
Chairperson: SUGIYAMA, Masaki (Assistant Researcher at the Center for Eurasian Cultural Studies)
■ Part II ”Twenty years of exploration of stone inscriptions in Mongolia from 1994 to 2014: Tracing the steps of Chinggis Khan and his descendants”
MATSUDA, Koichi (Emeritus professor of Osaka International University)
Chairperson: TSUTSUMI, Kazuaki (Professor of Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University)
Nine classes were given between July 7th and August 1st.
The course has been held almost every summer since 2010.