First 2011 semester program
SEECHAC organizes conferences for its members
as well as colloquies. Only members may attend conferences.
All conferences are held in the conference room
on the first floor of Musée Cernuschi at 6 pm.
Thursday, January 20th
Padmasambhava, an enigmatic figure
by Madame Anne-Marie Blondeau, Directeur d'Etudes, EPHE.
Thursday, February 17th
Khotan: artistic evidence 8th-11th c. CE
by Madame Erika Forte, Chercheur, Université de Vienne.
Thursday, March 24 th
Funerary Rituals, on women side, at Samarkand
by Madame Anne Ducloux, Maître de conférences, EHESS
Thursday, April 28 th
Gilgit and the art of Kashmir
by Monsieur Gérard Fussman, Professeur au Collège de France.
Thursday, May 12 th
Buddhist inscriptions in the tomb of the Qianlong Emperor (r.1736-1796): funerary ritual and virtual stupa
by Madame Françoise Wang Toutain, Chercheur, CNRS.
Thursday, June 16th
Thangkas from Bhutan, 17th-19 th centuries
by Madame Nathalie Bazin, Conservateur au Musée Guimet.