An interesting half day this Saturday, 4 February:
Study Day on the Archaeology of Early States on the Korean Peninsula
AT THE McDONALD INSTITUTE FOR ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH
UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE
SATURDAY 4TH FEBRUARY 2012
Organised by Professor Kim Jong-Il (Seoul National University and Department of Archaeology, University of Cambridge) and Dr Simon Kaner (Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures and the University of East Anglia)
13:00: Kim Jong-Il and Simon Kaner
Introduction and welcome
13:15: Prof. Kwon Oh-young (Hanshin University).
Ancient East Asia and the Silk Road
13:45: Dr. Seong Jeong-ryong (Chungbuk National University).
The Three Kingdoms Period: pottery, technology, horse riding and harness in East Asia
14:15: Dr. Lee Han-Sang (DaeJeon University).
Golden treasures from a brilliant period. The Silla Kingdom: a way of materialising and symbolising power
15:00 -15:30: Dr. Park Cheon-Soo (Kyeongbuk Nat’l Univ. )
A new perspective on the cultural relationship between Korea and Japan in the 5th – 8th centuries
15:30 – 16:00: Dr. Jo Yun-Je (Inje University)
Cultural exchange between Southern Dynasties (China) and Central Asia in the 5th and 6th centuries
16:00 – 17:00: Discussion and close