Colloque international de la SEECHAC 2011

Rome, Museo Nazionale d’Arte Orientale « Giuseppe
Tucci » – 10 et 11 octobre 2011

Politique et religions en Himalaya et Asie Centrale.
L’expression politique et religieuse de la souveraineté en Himalaya et en Asie Centrale : rituels, textes,
représentations, institutions, de l’antiquité à nos


(programme susceptible de changements de dernière minute)

Lundi 10 octobre 2011

9h00-9h15 Accueil des participants, remise des badges et documents.
9h15- 9h 40 Ouverture du colloque. Allocutions d’accueil par Dr Luigi La Rocca, Superintendent of MNAO, Dr Massimiliano A. Polichetti, Prof. Gerard Fussman et Prof. Anna Maria Quagliotti.
9h40-10h Jacques Giès (Paris): Translation, bouddhisme en Asie Centrale, IVe-IXe siècles.
10h-10h25 Deborah Klimburg-Salter (Wien): Visual Rhetoric: the Kashmiri style in Tibetan Art.
10h35-11h00 Pause
11h-11h25 Harry Falk (Berlin): The chronologies used in Indo-Scythian,
Indo-Parthian and Kushan times in Greater Gandhara: a synopsis with new
11h35-12h00 Giovanna Lombardo (Roma): At the origins of power and sovereignty: the
Late Bronze Age necropolis of Kangurttut (Southern Tadjikistan).
12h10-12h35 Zafar Paiman (Kabul and Paris): Le monastère de Tepe Narenj: un
témoignage de l’art “hephthalo-bouddhique”.
12h45-14h30 Pause déjeuner
14h30-14h55 Katsumi Tanabe (Tokyo) : Iconographical study of a limestone
Buddhist relief allegedly unearthed in Northern Afghanistan
15h05-15h30 Erika Forte (Wien): Ensuring sovereignty: the Buddhist legitimization
of the Kingdom of Khotan
15h40-16h05 Ciro Lo Muzio (Roma): Bird symbolism in Central Asian
16h15-16h40 Pause
16h40-17h05 Arcangela Santoro (Roma): The universal sovereignty of the Buddha in
17h15-17h40 Lore Sander (Berlin): Donors in Kizil caves.
17h50-18h15 Anna Filigenzi (Napoli, Wien): Praxis and orthopraxis in pre-medieval Buddhism: a glimpse into the relationship between lay and religious power.
18h25-18h50 Margherita Mantovani (Roma): La Religione della Luce nelle lettere ebraiche del prete Gianni.

Mardi 11 octobre 2011

9h00-9h25 Bruno Genito (Napoli): Scythic kurgans and kingship.
9h35-10h10 Isabelle Charleux (Paris): Rois et reines dans les portraits des
souverains mongols du XIIIe au XVIIIe
10h15-10h40 Patrizia Cannata (Roma): Religions as a tool for political control and
national identity’s statement in the Uyghur empire
10h50-11h15 Pause
11h15-11h40 Paola Mortari Vergara Caffarelli (Roma): Pelden Lhamo, The
protective goddess of the Dalaï  Lamas in Tibetan architecture and
11h50-12h10 David Pritzker (Oxford): Rin chen bzang po and the treasures of
mKha rtse
12h10-12h35 Charles Ramble (Paris): How to be a good king: Tibetan treatises on monarchy and statecraft.
12h45-14h30 Pause déjeuner
14h30-14h55 Hubert Feiglstorfer (Wien): Architectural concepts, layout and structure of religio-political centres in historical Western Tibet.
15h05-15h30 Christiane Kalantari (Wien): Iconography of sovereignty and
religio-political power in early Western Tibet.
15h40-16h05 Christian Jahoda (Wien): Festival and ritual tradition in key
religio-political centers of historical Western Tibet (mNga’ris skor
16h15-16h40 Pause
16h40-17h05 Marialaura Di Mattia (Roma) : The religious factor as a political tool in the establishment of the Western Himalayan kingdoms.
17h15-17h40 Erberto Lo Bue (Bologna): The main image in Gtsug lag khang of Rgyal rtse
and its religious and political meaning.
17h50-18h10 Laura Giuliano (Roma): Oēšo and the King.
18h20-18h50 Discussion générale et clôture du colloque.