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The Red Sea from the Perspectives of New Universal History -25-26-27/05/2018, Shanghai (China)

19.05.2018

 

FECHA/DATE/DATA: 25-26-27/05/2018

 

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Shanghai International Studies University (Shanghai, China)


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25 May 2018
Registration

Program

26 May 2018
Meeting Room 212, International Education Center, Songjiang Campus

09:20-09:40
President LI Yansong, Shanghai International Studies University

Welcome

09:40-10:10 Tea Break and Photograph

10:10-11:00
GUO Li, University of Notre Dame
Reflections on the Study of Red Sea Trade Networks in Medieval Times

11:00-11:50
David WARBURTON, Northeast Normal University
The Red Sea and the Persian Gulf: A Long-Term Perspective

14:00-14:25
QIU Yihao, Fudan University
The Horse Riders Involved in the Maritime Trade: Continuities and
Changes of the Indian Landscape under the Invasions of the Mongols

14:25-14:50
CHENG Tong, Shanghai International Studies University
The Conflict between the Romans and the Sassanids in Yemen—Based on
“The History of Bala’mi” and “The History of Tabari”

14:50-15:15
HAN Xuefei, Sun Yat-sen University
The Historical Evolution of the Eastern Trade Routes to Ptolemaic and
Roman Egypt

15:15-15:45 Tea Break

15:45-16:10
ZHANG Hongwei, University of Chicago
SHEN Yuning, Universität Hamburg
Synchronic and Diachronic Linguistics as Textual Archeology Oriented
Approaches — Examples from Tigrinya and Classical Ethiopic

16:10-16:35
CHEN Yongsheng, Ocean University of China
Prototypical Determinatives in Chinese and Ancient Egyptian Scripts:
Function and Cultural Implications

16:35-17:00
WANG Xianhua, Shanghai International Studies University
The Geography of the Lower Sea in Early Mesopotamian Sources

27 May 2018
Meeting Room 212, International Education Center, Songjiang Campus

09:00-09:50
GAO Rongsheng, Nanjing University
From Aydhab to Tur: Transoceanic Connections between the Red Sea and
the Indian Ocean, 800-1400CE.

09:50-10:20 Tea Break

10:20-11:10
Itzchak SHAI, Ariel University
The Red Sea: A Gate to Africa and South East Asia in the Bronze Age

11:10-12:00
ZENG Qiong, Beijing Foreign Studies University
Guests from the Sea: Bengali Muslims in the 14th Century

14:00-14:25
CHEN Liang, Sun Yat-sen University
Social and Faith Changes among the Pastoralist Afar in Ethiopia

14:25-14:50
TANG Jun, Southwest Jiaotong University
Lion Appellatives of the Afroasiatic Peoples across the Red Sea

14:50-15:15
BAI Gang, Fudan University
The Names of the Red Sea and the Black Sea: Reflections on their Greek Origins

15:15-15:45 Tea Break

15:45-16:10
Emmanuel UMAR, Sichuan University
The Mediterranean Sea, the Sea of Sheol

16:10-16:35
Henok NEGUSE NEGASH, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law
ONE BELT ONE ROAD: Overview of Its Expected Impact to the Red Sea
Region and Eritrean Economy

16:35-17:00 Summations
GUO Li, University of Notre Dame
David WARBURTON, Northeast Normal University
GAO Rongsheng, Nanjing University
WANG Xianhua, Shanghai International Studies University

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