8 & 9 décembre 2021 : Workshop “Mongol studies at the Crossroads: Korean-French Perspectives” – Campus Condorcet & Online

Nous sommes heureux de vous convier au Workshop of the Franco-Korean Research Network le 8 et le 9 décembre 2021, 09:00-13:00 (Paris), 16:00-20:00 (Seoul)

Zoom Online : https://jnu-ac-kr.zoom.us/j/98233200433?pwd=M1RuSmVGTEwwS3BPZ0cwMW5QajNoQT09
ID:                 982 3320 0433
Pin Number: 841285

Sites :
France: Campus Condorcet, Centre de colloques, salle 3.03
Korea: Room NO. 107, Building NO. 1, the College of Humanities, CNU


France: Group Sociétés, Religions, Laïcités (GSRL), Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS), École pratique des hautes études (EPHE), Université PSL (Paris Sciences & Lettres), Université Paris Nanterre, Centre d’histoire des sociétés médiévales et modernes (MéMo)

Korea: Research Center of History and Culture (RCHC), Chonnam National University (CNU), Institute of Korean Archaeology and Ancient History (IKAAH), Kyunghee University (KU) 

Programme & Schedule :

December 8, 2021

09:00-13:00 (CEST)           16:00-20:00 (KST)
Registration              08:30-09:00 (CEST) 15:30-16:00 (KST)
Welcome Speech      09:00-09:20 (CEST) 16:00-16:20 (KST)
Chairperson    Wonhee Cho (Academy of Korean Studies)
Isabelle Charleux (Director of researches, GSRL, CNRS)
In Uk Kang (Director of IKAAH, KU)
Sang Chul Park (Director of RCHC, CNU)

Session 1                    09:20-10:20 (CEST) 16:20-17:20 (KST)
Chairperson           Wonhee Cho (Academy of Korean Studies)
Marie Favereau (Université de Paris-Nanterre), The Horde: New Research Perspectives on the Mongol Empire
Paehwan Seol (Chonnam National University), Legal Ambiguity and the Power of Great Khans in the Mongol Empire
Simon Berger (EHESS-CETOBAC), The Merkids’ Flight to the West. Political Linkages between the Eastern and Western Steppes on the Eve of the Mongol Conquest
Soyoung Choi (Dongguk University), Transporting Monks and Offerings for the Khan: The Postal System in Central Tibet during the Mongol Empire Period
Discussion                  10:20-11:00 (CEST) 17:20-18:00 (KST) 
Chairperson           Wonhee Cho (Academy of Korean Studies)

Break             11:00-11:20 (CEST) 18:00-18:20 (KST)

Session 2                    11:20-12:20 (CEST) 18:20-19:20 (KST)
Chairperson    Grégory Delaplace (EPHE)
In Uk Kang (Kyunghee University),  Heavenly Son or Scourge of God: The origin of Xiongnu on the Crossland of Eurasian steppe and China
Isabelle Charleux (CNRS), Buddhist monasteries on the move: Ikh khüree/Urga and other mobile monasteries of Mongolia, 16th-20th century
Sunah Choi (Myongji University), The Legacy of the True Visage: The Manjusri Statues at Zhenrong yuan and Shuxiang si of Mount Wutai
Matthieu Chochoy (Rhine Frederick William University), The French Genghizcan. Perception of the “Tartare emperor” in the Early Modern France’s historiography (16th-18th century)
Discussion                  12:20-13:00 (CEST) 18:20-20:00 (KST) 
Chairperson    Grégory Delaplace (EPHE)

December 9, 2021

09:00-13:00 (CEST)           16:00-20:00 (KST)

Session 3                    09:00-10:00 (CEST) 16:00-17:00 (KST)      
Chairperson    Marie Favereau (Université de Paris-Nanterre) 
Gulsen Kilci (Université de Paris), Yuan-Koryŏ Relations seen through Intermarriage: The Theory of the “One Way, Two-way Marriage” between Kublai Khan’s Descendants in the 13th and 14th Century”
Donghun Jung (Seoul National University of Education),  ,From Eastern Princes’ Business to Qubilai’s: The Rise of Qubilai as a Turning Point in the Koryŏ-Mongol Relations
Frédéric Constant (Université Nice Sophia Antipolis – Ermes), On the Elements of Mongolian Law found in the Law of the Chôson Dynasty via the Ming Legislation
Jubong Choi (Seoul National University), The Last Great Khan’s Whereabouts, 1632-1634
Discussion                  10:00-10:40 (CEST) 17:00-17:40 (KST) 
Chairperson    Marie Favereau (Université de Paris-Nanterre) 

Break             10:40-11:00 (CEST) 17:40-18:00 (KST)

Session 4                    11:00-12:00 (CEST) 18:00-19:00 (KST)
Chairperson    Hosung Shim (Kyunghee University)
Kyongna Kim (Dankook University), The Treatment and Folklore of Infectious Diseases in Mongolian Nomadic Society in the 17th to 19th Centuries
Grégory Delaplace (EPHE), Dwelling and the Dead in Mongolia
Seonhwa Lee (Shandong University), Chicken and Woori (Coop/Us): The Habituation of Animals and Eco-politics of grassland in Inner Mongolia
Isaline Saunier (EPHE-GSRL) Is an anthropology of archeology possible in contemporary Mongolia?
Discussion                  12:00-12:40 (CEST) 19:00-19:40 (KST)
Chairperson    Hosung Shim (Kyunghee University)

Closing Remarks      12:40-13:00 (CEST) 19:40-20:00 (KST)
Chairperson    Hosung Shim (Kyunghee University)
Marie Favereau (Université de Paris-Nanterre)
Paehwan Seol (Chonnam National University)