2nd International Conference of Roma Sinica Studies "Empire and Politics: in the East and West
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: The Institute of Humanities, Seoul National University; The Institute of Greco-Roman Studies, Seoul National University; Société Internationale des Amis de Cicéron.
5th September 09:00 Opening address & Official presentation 1st Session 09:30 Keynote Lecture 1: Maurizio Riotto (Anyang University, Korea) “Empires, Kingdoms and Nomads: Real and Imaginary Characters between Ancient Korea and the Silk Road” 10:20 Gościwit Malinowski (Uniwersytet Wrocławski, Poland) “Imperator, huang di, cakravartin – The Idea of the Highest Universal Divine Ruler in the West, China and India” 11:00 Pause 11:20 杨巨平 (Yang, Juping) (Nankai University (南开大学), China) “The Coexistence of Four Empires and the Opening of the Maritime Silk Road” 12:00 Discussion 12:30 Lunch 2nd Session 14:00 Stéphane Mercier (Brussels International Catholic School, Belgium) “To Serve or Not to Serve? Seneca and Confucians between Involvement in Politics and Scholarly Retreat” 14:40 Andrea Balbo (Università di Torino, Italy) “Politics in Ancient Rome and its Reception. Cicero, Seneca and the Words of Politics in the Confucius Sinarum Philisophus”) 15:20 – Pause 15:40 Philippe Rousselot (The President of SIAC, France) “Ubi solitudinem inveniunt, imperium appellant: The French Empire in Rome’s Mirror” 16:20 Ermanno Malaspina (Pontificia Academia Latinitatis, Italy) “From “Zero Tolerance” to “Turn the Other Cheek” and back: the Graeco-Roman Roots of a Modern Transcultural Dilemma” 17:00 Discussion 6th September 3rdSession 09:00 Keynote Lecture 2: Mortimer Sellers (University of Baltimore School of Law, USA) “Empire and Politics in Eastern and Western Civilizations” 09:50 Michele Ferrero (Beijing Foreign Studies University (北京外国语大学), China) “The Latin Translations of Confucian Terminology on Government and Rule in Early Jesuit's Manuscripts” 10:30 Pause 10:50 安西眞 (Anzai, Makoto) (Hokkaido University (北海道大学), Japan) “Socrates’ Dream and His Decision in Plato’s Crito” 11:30 Aldo Setaioli (Università degli Studi di Perugia, Italy) “Androcles in China” 12:10 Discussion 12:40 Lunch 4th Session 14:00 Francesco Stella (Università degli Studi di Siena, Italy) “Empire and politics in Carolingian Poetry” 14:40 안재원 (Ahn, Jaewon) (Seoul National University, Korea) “Does pax mean truly peace?: focusing on The Declaration for Eastern Asian Peace of Ahn Jungeun(안중근)” 15:20 Pause 15:40 Keynote Lecture 3: 이성원 (Lee, Sung-Won) (Seoul National University, Korea) “Liberal Imperialism Reconsidered” 16:30 Discussion 17:00 Closing of the Conference