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Icons Charts and Talismanic Scripts: Daoist Visual Culture

A Workshop and Conference at Dartmouth College May 22 - May 24, 2012

Workshop Schedule- Haldeman 246

Tuesday May 22, 2012

Doaist Icon Schedule photo8.30am -Mini Van to Campus
9.00am - 9.45 am -Welcome breakfast with participants and invited guests
10.15am - 12.30pm -Paper 1 and Discussion
Poul Andersen, Professor, Department of Religion, University of Hawaii - Title: "Daoist Iconography"
12.30pm - 2.00pm - Lunch
2.15pm - 3.30pm - Paper 2 and Discussion
Hsie Shu-wei, Assistant Professor, Religion Department, National Chengchi University, Taipei.
Title:"True Form, Divine Diagram, and Luminous Talisman: Visual Culture in the Three Sovereigns Tradition"  
3.30pm - 5.00pm  - Paper 3 and Discussion
Chang Chao-jan, Associate Professor, Fujen University, Taiwan
Title: "The Method for Visualizing and Revering the Masters: an examination of visualizing and contemplating the Three Masters in Daoist ritual.
5.30pm - Mini Van to Norwich Inn 
6.00pm- Dinner

Wednesday May 23, 2012

7.30am - Breakfast
8.30am - Mini Van to Campus
9.00am - 11.00am - Paper 4 and Discussion
Maggie Chui Ki WAN, Associate Professor, Department of Fine Arts, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Title: "Icons, Texts and Rituals: Frontispieces of the Yushu  jing in the Ming Dynasty "
11.15am - 12.30pm - Paper 5 and Discussion
Mark Meulenbeld, Assistant Professor, Department of East Asian Languages & Literature, University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Title: "Of Statues and the Local Soil:How Village Gods in Hunan Speak Daoist Theology "
12.30pm 1.45pm - Lunch
2.00pm - 3.30pm - Paper 6 and Discussion
Noelle Giuffrida, Assistant Professor of East Asian Art, Case Western Reserve University
Title: "Numinous Responses, Celestial Registers and Visualization Journeys: Exploring Daoist Visual Experiences of Zhenwu, the Perfected Warrior, in Ming China"
3.30pm - Free time to prepare for ppublic lecture at the Hood Museum of Art.
4.45pm- Tech Check for participants of public presentation at the Arthur M. Loew Auditoriium
5.30pm - 6.30pm- Presentation by Mark Meulenbeld, Maggie Wan and David Mozina.  Moderator: Gil Raz.
6.30pm - 7.30pm -Reception in Kim Gallery
7.30pm - Dinner in Hanover
9.30pm - Mini van to Norwich Inn

Thursday May 24, 2012

7.30am - Breakfast
8.30am -Mini van to campus
9.00 - 10.30-Paper 7 and Discussion
David Mozina, Assistant Professor, Department of Religious Studies, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Title: "Danqing 丹青 and the Production of Ritual Images in Hunan Province"
11.00am- 12.30pm - Paper 8 Gil Raz
12.30pm - 5.30pm - Roundtable discussion and spill over.
5.30pm - Mini van to Lyme Inn for Farewell Dinner
6.00pm - Dinner
10.30pm - Mini Van to Norwich Inn

This conference is sponsored by The Leslie Center for the Humanities, John Sloane Dickey Center for International Understanding, Department of Religion at Dartmouth and Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Program at Dartmouth and The Office of the Provost.

Last Updated: 5/14/12