CONFERENCE PAPERS AND OTHER PRESENTATIONS

 

2014 “Ceramics as an indicator for far distance trade in (South) East Asian waters”
The 20th Congress of the Indo-Pacific Archaeology Association
12-18 January 2014, Siem Reap, Cambodia
http://ippa.weblogs.anu.edu.au/communications-and-membership/siem-reap-conference-january-2014/
  “Memories from abroad – Han-Chinese and epi-nomadic heritage in Korean and Japanese archaeological contexts”
Sixth Worldwide Conference of the Society for East Asian Archaeology (SEAA)
6-10 June 2014, Ulaanbaatar [Улаанбаатар], Mongolia
http://www.seaa-web.org/conf14-pre.htm
  (Barbara Seyock/ Baoquan Song (IAW Bochum):
Archäologie Ostasiens (East Asian Archaeology)
Lecture series at the Ruhr-University Bochum (Germany)
Institute for Archaeological Sciences (IAW), Spring semester 2014.
2013 “Japan’s premodern maritime trade in ceramics”
Dep. for Archaeology of East and Southeast Asia, Universität Leiden, Netherlands.
2012 On the Archaeology of Korean Pottery Workmanship in former Hizen Province (Japan)
Fifth Worldwide Conference of the Society for East Asian Archaeology (SEAA), Kyushu University (Fukuoka, Japan).
  (panel chair)
Contacts, Trades and Acculturations
Fifth Worldwide Conference of the Society for East Asian Archaeology (SEAA), Kyushu University (Fukuoka, Japan).
2011 On the Legacy of Korean Potters in former Hizen Province (Japan)
International Workshop: Tribute, Trade, and Smuggling – Commercial and Scientific Interaction in the Middle Period and Early Modern World, Gent University (Belgium).
  The Pottery town of Arita (Japan) in landscape perspective
NEOMAP General Meeting at the Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (RIHN), Kyoto (Japan).
  Networks of ceramic trade in premodern (South) East Asia
Lectures & Panel Discussions: Asia and Europe in a Global Context, Heidelberg University (Germany).
  (with Baoquan Song (IAW Bochum):
Archäologie Ostasiens (East Asian Archaeology)
Lecture series at the Ruhr-University Bochum (Germany)
Institute for Archaeological Sciences (IAW), Fall semester 2011/2012
2010 Imaging the Ceramic Landscape of Premodern Japan
NEOMAP General Meeting at the Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (RIHN), Kyoto (Japan).
  Ceramic Trade and Traditions in Premodern Japan – A Maritime Perspective
Conference: Japan‘s Time Now Past, Ruhr University Bochum, Dep. for East Asian Studies (Germany).
  Ceramic Trade and Traditions in East Asia, 16th to Early 17th Century, and its Impact on Japan
FOURTEENTH ASIAN STUDIES CONFERENCE JAPAN (ASCJ 2010), Waseda University, Tokyo (Japan).
  Ceramic Trade and Traditions in East Asia, 16th to Early 17th Century, and its Impact on Japan
2nd Landscape Seminar, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (RIHN), Kyoto (Japan).
  Archäologie Ostasiens (East Asian Archaeology), (Baoquan Song (China) / Barbara Seyock (Japan, Korea)), Lecture series at the Ruhr-University Bochum (Germany), Dep. of Archaeological Sciences 2009/2010, Seyock:
 - Einführung in die Archäologie Japans und Koreas (Introduction to the archaeology of Japan and Korea)
 - Archäologische Kulturen 1: Paläolithikum,Ch’ulmun, Mumun, Jomon  (Archaeological cultures 1: Palaeolithic, Ch’ulmun, Mumun, Jomon)
 - Archäologische Kulturen 2: Proto-Drei-Reiche, Yayoi  (Archaeological cultures 2: Proto-Three Kingdoms, Yayoi)
 - Archäologische Kulturen 3: Drei-Reiche, Kofun (Archaeological cultures 3: Three Kingdoms, Kofun)
2009 On mirrors, swords and jewels — Early Japan’s relations to mainland East Asia, conference on Ancient Japan – Origins and Formation, University of Bochum, Department for East Asian Studies.
  Archäologie Ostasiens (East Asian Archaeology), (Regine Mathias/Baoquan Song/Barbara Seyock), Lecture series at the Ruhr-University Bochum (Germany), Dep. of Archaeological Sciences:
  · Archäologie Koreas: Einführung in die Archäologie Koreas

    (Archaeology of Korea: Introduction to the archaeology of Korea)
  · Archäologie Koreas: Vom Paläolithikum zur Mumun-Kultur
    (Archaeology of Korea: From Palaeolithic to Mumun culture)
  · Archäologie Koreas: Von der Bronzezeit bis zu den Drei Reichen
    (Archaeology of Korea: From Bronze Age to the Three Kingdoms)
2008 Seascapes, sherds and kilns — Ceramics as a key to Japan’s premodern maritime exchange, keynote speech, workshop: Neolithization and Landscape, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (RIHN), Kyōto, Japan. abstract
  Island Archaeology in East Asia — Interaction and Isolation (Panel organization and chair), Fourth Worldwide Conference of the SEAA, Beijing, P.R. China.
  Introductory Remarks, Panel: Island Archaeology in East Asia — Interaction and Isolation, Fourth Worldwide Conference of the SEAA, Beijing, P.R. China.
  Cheju Island as a Case Study in Ancient Island — Mainland Interaction, Panel: Island Archaeology in East Asia–Interaction and Isolation, Fourth Worldwide Conference of the SEAA, Beijing, P.R. China. abstract
  Himiko und ihre Welt: Zu den protohistorischen Kulturen in Japan und Korea (Himiko and her world: on protohistoric cultures in Japan and Korea), Institute for the Cultural and Intellectual History of Asia of the Austrian Academy of Sciences (IKGA) in Cooperation with the Institute for East Asian Studies, University of Vienna, venue: Institute for East Asian Studies, Japanese Studies Dep., University of Vienna, Austria. abstract
2007 Japans Beziehungen zum asiatischen Festland in protohistorischer Zeit (Japans mainland relations in protohistoric period), guest lecture, East Asian History Section, History Seminar, Erfurt University, Germany.
  Maritime and coastal archaeology in East Asia as a key to the perception of pre-modern international trade, The East Asian Mediterranean – Maritime Crossroads of Culture, Commerce, and Human Migration, Department for Asian Studies, Sinology, Munich University, Germany.
  Zum Stellenwert der Archäologie in Japan (On the significance of archaeology in Japan), 9. Treffen der Initiative zur Historischen Japanforschung (05.-06.05.2007), History of Japan Section, Faculty for East Asian Studies, Bochum University, Germany.
  The maritime trade in ceramics in 15th to 17th century Japan, The East Asian "Mediterranean" c. 1400–1800: Maritime Crossroads of Culture, Commerce, and Human Migration, Konfuzius Institut, ELTE University, Budapest, Hungary.
  Aspekte des maritimen Handels mit Keramik in Japan im 14. bis 17. Jahrhundert (Aspects of maritime trade with ceramics in 14th to 17th century Japan), Workshop: Das Ostchinesische "Mittelmeer" um 1400-1800: Maritime Schnittpunkte von Waren, Personen, Wissen und Kultur, Department of Chinese Studies, Marburg University, Germany.
2006 Jeju Island in the Trade Network of the Ancient East China Sea, The 3rd World Congress of Korean Studies: Cultural Interaction with Korea - From Silk Road to Korean Wave -, Cheju National University, Cheju, South Korea. abstract
  Underwater Archaeology and Trade Ceramics in the East Asian Context, Culture and nature in Japanese and European archaeology – Recent approaches and future directions, Seminar of the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Cambridge University, UK.
  Trade Ceramics from Sites in Western Japan — Late 14th to 17th Century, 18th Congress of the The Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association (IPPA), Session: Exploring political economy from trade ceramics recovered from controlled excavations: from dating and sourcing to consumption and markets (Richard Pearson, Vancouver, Canada / John Miksic, Singapore), University of the Philippines, Manila, Philippines. abstract
2005 Archäologische Quellen Japans als ein Schlüssel zum Verständnis der spätmittel-alterlichen und frühmodernen Handelsbeziehungen um das ostchinesische Meer (Archaeological sources as a key to the perception of the late medieval and early modern trade relations in the East China Sea region), Das 'ostchinesische Mittelmeer': Zwischenbilanz eines Forschungsprojekts, Institute of Chinese Studies, Munich University, Germany.
  Neue Themen in der Archäologie Japans – 'neolithische' Kulturen und vormoderner Handel (Organization: Barbara Seyock), guest lectures by Phillipe Dallais and Barbara Seyock, Japan Center of Munich University, Germany. abstract
  Archäologische Quellen zum maritimen Handel von der Muromachi bis zur Tokugawa-Zeit (Archaeological sources relating to the maritime trade of the Muromachi to Tokugawa periods), Neue Themen in der Archäologie Japans – 'neolithische' Kulturen und vormoderner Handel (Organization: Barbara Seyock), Japan Center of Munich University, Germany.
2004 Piraten und Händler auf der Insel Tsushima im 15.-17. Jh. — Historische und archäologische Quellen zur Geschichte der wakō (Pirates and traders on Tsushima Island, 15-17C: historical and archaeological sources on wakō history), 29. Deutscher Orientalistentag (DOT): "Barrieren - Passagen", Halle/Saale, Germany. abstract
  The Wei-chih Tung-i-chuan as a Source for the Perception of the Metal Age Cultures in the Korean Straits Region, Che 6 hoe Cheju munhwajae yŏn’guso haksul palp’ohoe (6th Colloquium of the Cheju Cultural Research Institute), Cheju, Culture and Art Foundation, Cultural Properties Section, in Cheju City, ROK.
  Aspekte japanischer Archäologie und Frühgeschichte (Aspects of Japanese archaeology and early history), guest lecture, Japan Center, Munich University, Germany.
  Archäologie und Frühgeschichte Japans (Archaeology and early history of Japan), guest lecture, Japan Center, Munich University, Germany.
  Archaeological Sites from Middle Age and Early Modern Tsushima Island: The Significance of Trade Ceramics in the Korean Straits, Che 6 hoe Cheju munhwajae yŏn’guso haksul palp’ohoe (6th Colloquium of the Cheju Cultural Research Institute), Cheju, Culture and Art Foundation, Cultural Properties Section, Cheju City, ROK.
  The Wei-chih Tung-i-chuan as a Source for the Perception of the Metal Age Cultures in the Korean Straits Region, Third International Congress of the Society for East Asian Archaeology 2004, Chungnam-University, Taejŏn, ROK. abstract
2003 Izumos archäologisches Erbe — Zur Vorgeschichte einer Kulturregion am japanischen Meer (Izumo's archaeological heritage: on the prehistory of a culture region at the Japan Sea), Workshop: Izumo – Frühgeschichtliche Kontakte zum Kontinent, Tuebingen University (Germany), Department for Japanese Studies.
  From Yangdongni to Yoshinogari — Sources of Han and Wa Culture around the Korean Straits, Higashi Ajia to Nihon kōryū to hen’yō (East Asia and Japan, Exchange and Changed Appearance), Department of Archaeology, Kyūshū University, Fukuoka, Japan.
2002 Die Ostbarbaren in archäologischer Perspektive (The Eastern Barbarians in archaeological perspective), 12. Deutscher Japanologentag, Bonn University, Germany. abstract
  Zur Periodisierung der koreanischen Vor- und Frühgeschichte —  Materielle Kultur und Mythos (On the periodization of Korean pre- and protohistory material culture and myth), Department of Chinese and Korean Studies and Department of Japanese Studies, Tuebingen University, Germany.
2001 Iron Age Burials around the Korean Straits — The Culture of Han and Wa, Keimyung International Conference for Korean Studies (KICKS) 2001, Keimyung-University, Taegu, ROK. abstract
  Eisenzeitliche Kulturen in Japan und Korea (Iron Age cultures in Korea and Japan), Mittagsforum der Fakultät für Ostasienwissenschaften, Faculty of East Asian Studies, Bochum University, Germany.
  Archäologie Koreas (Korean archaeology), guest lecture, Korean Studies Section, Faculty of East Asian Studies, Bochum University, Germany.
  Frühgeschichte Koreas (Early history of Korea), guest lecture, Korean Studies Section, Faculty of East Asian Studies, Bochum University, Germany.
  Geschichte oder Vorgeschichte? Quellen zum yayoizeitlichen Japan (History or prehistory? Sources of Yayoi period Japan), Forschungskolloquium des Ostasien-Institutes, East Asia Institute, Duesseldorf University, Germany.
1999 Japan und Korea in protohistorischer Zeit (Japan and Korea in proto-historic ages), Tuebingen University, Department of Japanese Studies.
1997 Hirabaru iseki to Ito-koku (Hirabaru site and the land of Ito), in English with Japanese translation by Matsumoto Naoko), Department of Archaeology, Kyūshū-University, Fukuoka, Japan. abstract
  Hirabaru Site and Wajinden Research, Joint East Asian Studies Conference 1997, Durham (England). abstract
1993 The Residence of Queen Himiko — The Historical News of the Wajinden in Comparison with the Yoshinogari Site Archaeological Findings, ERASMUS Workshop "Ideology and Institution in Japan", Leiden University, Netherlands. abstract

 

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