lundi 25 février 2013

Kacem Zoughari à Kyoto

Je recopie un message de la liste H-Japan:

Ecole Francaise d’Extreme-Orient EFEO
Scuola Italiana di Studi sull'Asia Orientale ISEAS
(European Consortium for Asian Field Study, ECAF)
Wednesday, February 27th, 18:00h
co-hosted by the International Research Center (Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University)
This lecture will be held at the Institute for Research in Humanities (IRH), Kyoto University (seminar room 1, 1st floor)
The Modes of Transmission in Japanese Classical Fighting Arts: A Study of Transmission Scrolls
Speaker: Kacem Zoughari
On account of the political power bushi enjoyed from the 10th to the 19th century, it is impossible to ignore the importance of a certain frame of mind and attitude on every aspect of cultural behavior in Japanese life. The ways of fighting, sitting, walking or using various tools were heavily influenced by views developed within the warrior class, and their impact has also been important in traditional arts such as no, sado, shodo, and the like. All these disciplines have in common an economy of movement in the use of the body, a fundamental awareness that is concealed from everyday view. Furthermore, they are handed down with special attention to one basic tenet, i.e the “way of transmission” (den).
  At the core of all master-disciple relationships, the issue of transmission has shaped perspectives on knowledge and its transfer for centuries. The talk will be based on the analysis of primary sources such as the so-called “transmission scrolls” (densho) and the “attestations of transmission” (inka-jo). It will primarily deal with the nature of this transmission as well as with the relation between master and disciple in the classical fighting arts known as bujutsu, heiho, and budo.
Kacem Zoughari is currently a research fellow at the International Research Center for Japanese Studies (Nichibunken). He holds a PhD in Japanese studies from the Institut national des langues et civilisations orientales (INALCO) in Paris. His main area of research is the history of classical martial arts in Japan, especially ninjutsu’s fighting methods and history. He has published on military and warriors’ history, on the relationship between master and disciple, transmission modes, weaponry and bio-mechanics. He is the author of Ninp
: Ninjutsu, l’Ombre et la Lumire (Guy Tredaniel, 2003) and The Ninja: Ancient Shadow Warriors of Japan (Tuttle, 2010), which has been translated into Portuguese, Russian and Romanian.
For detailed directions:
Ecole Francaise d’Extreme-Orient (EFEO)
Italian School of East Asian Studies (ISEAS)
Phone: 075-761-3946
Fax: 075-761-3947
Phone: 075-751-8132
Fax: 075-751-8221


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