Monday, November 5, 2018

International Academic Conference, “Historical Monuments and Modern Society” December 1-2, 2018, Shanghai University

International Academic Conference, “Historical Monuments and Modern Society”
, “迹与近代社会
December 1-2, 2018, Shanghai University上海大学, 2018121-2

Preliminary Program
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 30 Registration, 10:00 am-8:00 pm
7:30 am-8:30 am:
Breakfast and Registration
Location: Xuehai Auditorium 学海, 2nd Floor, No. 2 Building, Lehu Hotel:
8:30 am-9:00 am: Opening Remarks and Official Launching of Wellington Koo Institute 9: 00 am-10:45 am: Keynotes—Chaired by Timothy Wright (University of Sheffield)
Dr. Tak-Wing Ngo (University of Macau), Variegated Capitalism and Varieties of Modernity”
Dr. Rupert Arrowsmith (University College London), “Cosmopolitanism: European Museums and the Piracy of Exhibit Acquisition”
Dr. Xiaoqun XU (Christopher Newport University), “Reinterpretations of China's Cultural Legacies in the Early 20th Century: The Enterprise of 'Reorganizing National Heritage'”
Dr. Michael Falser (University of Heidelberg), Asia and Europe in a Global Context. The Dynamics of Transculturality”
10:45 am-11:00 am: Coffee/Tea Break

11:00 am-12:30 pm: Parallel Panels 1-2
Panel 1: Historical Objects and New Meanings (11:00 am-12:30 pm)

Location: Xuehai Auditorium 学海, 2nd Floor, Lehu Hotel No. 2 Building; Chair: TAO Feiya; Discussant: Antonio Zapata & Michael Falser
Dr. Rostislav Berezkin (Fudan University), “Chinese Art Objects as Diplomatic Gifts of the Late 17th-Early 18th Centuries in Russian Collections”
Dr. Yishi LIU (Tsinghua University): “Re-planning and Rebuilding Tiananmen Square in the 1950s and 1960s”
Ms. Kenny Jessa Vem C. Abelleria, Ms. Christine Mae Dahili Villajuan and Dr. Jamelyn B. Palattao (Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology, the Philippines), “The Changing Faces of A Century-Old Church: Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary Cathedral of Dipolog City”
Ms. Daniela Filipa dos Santos PEREIRA (Shanghai University), “Portuguese Cultural
Associations and the Revitalization of Archaeological Sites”
Panel 2: Law and Historical Monuments (11:00 am-12:30 pm)
Location: Xuesi Hall 学思, 2nd Floor, No. 2 Building, Lehu Hotel; Chair: Jin Guangyao; Discussant: Timothy Wright & Rajiv Ranjan
Dr. Kai LIU (Jiangsu Normal University), “The Role of Good Faith in International Law Concerning the Reparation of Missing Artifacts: Implications from the Case of Zhang Liuquan Buddha Mummy”
Dr. Dong WANG (Shanghai University), “Ransacking or Safeguarding Longmen? Law and Chinese Artifacts”
Mrs. VENKATESWARI, MOGANTI, and Mr. SRIDHAR, T.K. (High Court of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, India), “Historical Monuments and Legal Protection: An Indian Perspective”
Mr. Mirosław Michał SADOWSKI (University of Wrocław), “Law, Memory, and Lieux de Mémoire: The Role of Monuments in Constructing National Identity”
12:30 pm-2:00 pm: Lunch
2:00 pm-3:30 pm: Parallel Panels 3-4
Panel 3: Managing Heritage and Cities (2:00 pm-3:30 pm)

Location: Xuehai Auditorium, 2nd Floor, No. 2 Building, Lehu Hotel; Chair: Dong WANG; Discussant: Rupert Arrowsmith & Rainer Feldbacher
Mr. Alexander MAJOR (Université de Montréal), “The French Concession of Shanghai: The Cornerstone of the Modern Metropolis”
Ms. Qiuzi GUO (Heidelberg University), Photography in the Forbidden City: Power, Surveillance and Monumentality”
Dr. Mark LINCICOME (Kyoto Consortium for Japanese Studies), “A Tale of Two Cities: Nara, Kyoto and the Bonds of Heritage”
Dr. Linh D. VU (Arizona State University), “A Tale of Three Cities: Monumentality and Historicity in Twentieth-Century China”
Panel 4: Roundtable: M.A. and Doctoral Thesis Forum (2:00 pm-3:30 pm)
Location: Xuesi Hall
学思, 2nd Floor, No. 2 Building, Lehu Hotel; Chair: Timothy Wright &
Jianbiao MA
Luxia GUO; Yaoming CAI; Roland Livens; Xiaoyun SHI; Shan LIANG; Bunlay SUY
3:30 pm-3:45 pm: Coffee/Tea Break
3:45 pm-5:30 pm: Parallel Panels 5-6
Panel 5: Architecture and Conservation: Asian and European Experiences (3:45 pm-5:15 pm)
Location: Xuehai Auditorium, 2nd Floor, No. 2 Building, Lehu Hotel; Chair: Tugrul Keskin; Discussant: Michael Falser & Jianchang LÜ
Dr. Tamara GELLA, Ph.D. (Orel State University), “Historical Monuments in Modern Russia: a Regional Aspect”
Dr. Lars RHODIN (Sun Yat-Sen University), “Landscape in Sámiland: A Revered Monument for the Sámi Community and its Modern Fate”
Dr. Rukhsana IFTIKHAR (University of the Punjab), “Lahore Fort: A Mughal Monument on the Verge of Decline”
Panel 6: Reconfiguring Religion and Heritage (3:45 pm-5:15 pm)
Location: Xuesi Hall 学思; Chair: Rajiv Ranjan; Discussant: Linh Vu & Rainer Feldbacher
Ms. Pascale BUGNON (University of Geneva), “Reflecting on Religious Heritage Monuments: The Case of Patrimonialization of Muslims Shrines in Southern China”
Dr. Rup Narayan DAS (Indian Parliament House), “The Enduring Legacy of Nalanda in the Narrative of India-China Relations”
Dr. Ritika SAHU, Ph.D. (University of Delhi), “Re-creating the Past in the Present Monuments: A Case Study of the Sites Associated with the Ahoms of Assam”
Ms. Yasmin KOPPEN (AREA Ruhr, Germany), “Between Revisionism and Localization: Unfolding Ideological Reconfigurations in Chinese Temples”
5:30 pm-7:30 pm Dinner and Musical Performance
8:15 am-9:45 am: Parallel Panels 7-8
Panel 7: Community, Identity-Building, and Colonialism (8:15 am-9:45 am)
Location: Daxue Hall大学, No. 2 Building, Lehu Hotel; Chair: XXX; Discussant: XXX
Ms. Manolita Olores REGALADO and Mr. Bulkhia U. PANALONDONG (Mindanao State University–Iligan Institute of Technology), “The Rizal Monuments in GIS Maps and its Historical Significance in Iligan City”
Dr. Devika SETHI (Indian Institute of Technology Mandi), “Monument to Transition: A Colonial and Post-Colonial History of India Gate”
Mr. Oinam Ranjit SINGH (Bodoland University), “Historical Monuments of Medieval Assam-Rang Ghar: A Critical Study”
Panel 8: Indian Historical Monuments (8:15 am-9:45 am)
Location: Xuesi Hall学思, No. 2 Building, Lehu Hotel; Chair: XXX; Discussant: Catherine
Dr. PUSHPA SHARMA (Kurukshetra University), “Unique Water-Body Systems of Bewaris,
Rajasthan: A Critical Study”
Dr. RAVINDRA KUMAR SHARMA (Kurukshetra University), “Oasis of Architecture:
Monuments of Jodhpur States”
Dr. VIJAYAKUMAR BABU, AVADHANULA, Ph.D. and Mr. Nemania MONJUNADH (Osmania University; Priest & Freelancer), “Historic Monuments of India: Medieval Forts of Telangana; Bhuvanagiri Fort: Spatial and Strategic Planning for Legacy and Heritage”
9:45 am-10:00 am: Coffee/Tea Break with Snacks
10:00 am-11:30 am: Parallel Panels 9-10
Panel 9: Monuments, War, Commemoration, and Preservation (10:00 am-11:30 am)
Location: Daxue Hall 大学, 2nd Floor, No. 2 Building, Lehu Hotel; Discussant: Rostislav Berezkin & Mark Lincicome
Dr. James BONK, Ph.D. (The College of Wooster; Case Western University), “Already Modern? War Commemoration in 18th Century China”
Mr. Kevin S. MALMQUIST (Florida State University), “Sacred Stones: Cultural and Historic Monuments in Modern Warfare”
Dr. Mordechai ZALKIN (Ben-Gurion University), “The Great Synagogue of Vilnius: Glorious Past, Traumatic Present and Uncertain Future”
Dr. Sabine BERGER, Ph.D. (Sorbonne University), “Preservation and Enhancement of Monastic Heritage: the Case of the Former Abbey of Moncel”
Panel 10: Appropriating the Past: Tourism, the Media, and Virtual Reality (10:00 am-11:30 am)
Location: Xuesi Hall学思, 2nd Floor, No. 2 Building, Lehu Hotel; Chair: Tak-Wing Ngo;
Discussant: Rainer Feldbacher & Mordechai Zalkin
Mr. Anubhav PRADHAN (Jamia Millia Islamia, India), “Buildings-Monuments-Bodies Affect,
heritage, and identity in Contemporary Delhi”
Ms. Bandana UPADHYAY (Jawaharlal Nehru University), “Historical Monuments from the
Locales of Nation Building to the Sites of Tourism Promotion in the Modern Era: An Analysis” Dr. Catherine BECKER, (University of Illinois at Chicago), “‘An Endless Tale of Uprooting
and Resurrection:’ Animating monuments and revising the past in India’s sound and light shows” Mr. Abdur RAZZAK (Shanghai Jiaotong University), “Facebook Funnel Famous
Archeological Monument: A Reel of Ramu Rally”
11:35 am: Departing for Lunch in Downtown Shanghai
12:30 pm-2:30 pm: Lunch and Closing Remarks; Chair: Rupert Arrowsmith