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単著『インダス文明の社会構造と都市の原理』(同成社、2016年9月)を何卒よろしくお願い申し上げます!

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ナマスカール!Indus-Saraswatiです!

昨日の朝カル「インドの歴史(第3回)」も、とても楽しい時間でした。いつも本当にありがとうございます!次回は、11月12日(日)。詳細は、また改めて宣伝させていただきます!

さて来週頭から10日間ほど、マディソン旅行です。目的は、米国のボス詣で。ついでに、Annual Conference on South Asia(http://southasiaconference.wisc.edu/index.htmで発表もしてきます。僕が発表するパネルは以下の通り(↓)。

とても楽しみです!

それではまた!

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Inscribed materials from the IndusCivilization: new perspectives on writing, iconography, style & technology

Panel Group

Location
Session: Session 3: Friday, 1:45 PM - 3:30PM
Room: Senate Room A
Floor: Floor 1

Discussant / Chair Gregg M. Jamison -gregg.jamison@gmail.com (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Abstract
Inscribed materials are importantcomponents of Indus material culture assemblages, often used to identify theHarappan character of a site. The discovery of inscribed seals at Harappa andMohenjo-daro heralded the announcement of a new ancient civilization onehundred years ago, and studies of inscribed materials and the script have beenprevalent ever since. The papers in this session highlight current research oninscribed materials from the Indus civilization. New analytical approaches andinterpretations of the writing system and its function challenge earlier modelsthat need to be revised. Comparative analyses of iconography on inscribedmaterials emphasize their aesthetic value and provide new insights into spatialand temporal patterns that reflect larger cultural trends. Studies of stylisticand technological aspects of inscribed materials focus on patterned variationand diachronic changes that support earlier research by Kenoyer and others,strengthening inference that writing in the Indus did not appear rapidly andremain static throughout its use. This session combines diverse research foci,novel and established methodological approaches, and underscores the diversitypresent in an important class of Indus material culture. It also emphasizes theutility of analyzing existing data sets to learn more about the organization ofone of the world’s earliest urban societies. Even without a deciphered script,there is much to be learned by studying inscribed materials from the Induscivilization.

Presenter 1  Daniel Quigley (University of Wisconsin - Madison)
The Indus Valley Script: a CorpusCompilation and Statistical Analysis of Pottery Inscriptions Found in the Indusand Adjacent Regions

Presenter 2  Gregg Jamison (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Variability in Indus Seal Inscriptions: astylistic and metric approach

Presenter 3  Marta Ameri (Colby College)
Seals, Sealings, and Tablets: Imagery andMaterial Choice in the Glyptic Arts of the Harappan World

Presenter 4  Dennys Frenez (University of Bologna)
Indus Civilization administrativetechnologies. New data and novel interpretations of Indus stamp seals fromtheir impressions on clay tags

Presenter 5  Indus-Saraswati (Kyoto University)
Some unique features of Indus Sealsdiscovered in the Ghaggar Basin in light of their writing, iconography, styleand technology

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