53rd Meeting St. Petersburg, 2010

The 53rd Annual Meeting of the PIAC, held in Saint Petersburg in 2010, had its own web page at the Institute of Oriental Manuscripts at the Russian Academy of Sciences: http://www.orientalstudies.ru/eng/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=2530&Itemid=48

The following programme and list of participants is gleaned from that page, with only minimal corrections.


Permanent International Altaistic Conference

53rd Annual Meeting

July 25–30, 2010

Saint Petersburg

Russia

Unknown treasures of the Altaic world in libraries, archives and museums

PROGRAMME

Sunday, July 25, 2010

16.00 – 18.00

Registration in the lobby of the hotel “Saint-Petersburg”

18.00 – 20.00

Dinner in the restaurant of the hotel “Saint-Petersburg”

Monday, July 26, 2010

9.00

Transfer from the hotel to the conference venue (The Hermitage theater)

10.00 – 11.00

Opening ceremony

Chairperson: Dr. Tatiana Pang, President of the 53rd Meeting of the PIAC

Greetings by:

1. Prof. Mikhail Piotrovsky – Director of the State Hermitage Museum

2. Prof. Irina Popova – Director of the Institute of Oriental Manuscripts, RAS

3. Prof. Barbara Kellner-Heinkele – Secretary general of the PIAC

4. Dr. Mehmet Çinar – Consul General of the Republic of Turkey

5. Dr. Vladimir Blondin – Director of the Fund of Oriental Cultures

11.00-13.00

Confessions

Chairperson: Prof. Barbara Kellner-Heinkele, Secretary General of the PIAC

13.00 – 14.30 Lunch

14.30 – 16.00

Green hall. PANEL 1

Chairperson: Alice Sárközi

Beliefs, Religion

TRYJARSKI Edward (Warsaw, Poland). The Buriat Shamanism and Buddhism in Agaton Giller’s Memoirs

STARY Giovanni (Venice, Italy). The Mistery of Coloured Vapours as Good Omina of the Manchu Khan Nurhaci’s Empire-building

FUNK Dmitry (Moscow, Russia). Heroic Epics of the Shors: In Search for Epic Texts Self-written by Storytellers T

URAN Fatma Ahsen, ŞAMAN DOĞAN Nermin (Turkey). Cosmic Thee and its Reflections on Anatolian Turkish Art

14.30 – 16.00

Sutra hall. PANEL 2

Chairperson: Albina Girfanova

Historiography

KELLNER-HEINKELE Barbara (Berlin, Germany). Green Knowledge. Ottoman Manuscripts on Botany and Agriculture

DENİZ Bekir (Antalya, Turkey). An Insufficiently-Know-Structure in the Çu-Basin (Kazakhstan): Ak Kesene

BOZKURT İsmail (Mercin, Turkey). An Archive Treasure in Cyprus: The Ottoman Şer’i and Evkaf Registry of Cyprus

NERIMANOGLU Kamil Veli (Istanbul, Turkey). Map Treasure in Archives from the Visual Altaistic Point of View

16.00 – 16.15

Coffee-break

16.15 – 17.30

Green hall. PANEL 1

Chairperson: Rodica Pop

Mongolian Studies

CAMPI Alicia (Bloomington, USA ). Unique Diplomatic Correspondence and Reports Concerning Mongolia and the United States in Washington D.C. Archival Libraries

BOYKOVA Elena (Moscow, Russia). Materials on Mongolia in the Khmyrov’s Collection

LEGRAND Jacques (Paris, France). Paper to be announced

16.15 – 17.30

Sutra hall. PANEL 2

Chairperson: Hugjiltu

Uighur, Runic Studies

KLYASHTORNY Sergei (Saint Petersburg, Russia). Sogdian Noblemen in the Yenisei Kyrgyz State

KORMUSHIN Igor (Moscow, Russia). About the Choir Runic Inscription at the End of VII Century A.D. from Mongolia

RASHMANN Simone (Berlin, Germany). The Pre-eminent sūtra. New Traces of the Altun Yaruk Sudur

ZIEME Peter (Berlin, Germany). Some Notes on an Uigur Poem Concerning an Encounter of a Monk and a Laywoman

18.00 – 20.30

Dinner on board the ship (embarking on the Dvortsovaya embankment, opposite the main entrance of The State Hermitage Museum, disembarking near hotel “Saint-Petersburg”)

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

9.00

Transfer to the conference venue (Institute of Oriental Studies, Dvortsovaya nab., 18)

10.00 – 11.30

Green hall. PANEL 1

Chairperson: Elena Boykova

Mongolian Studies

NAKAMI Tatsuo (Tokyo, Japan). Wang Guojin and Lobsangčoyidan: A Forgotten Mongolian Manuscripts of the Erdeni-yin tobči

ULAAN BORJIGIJIN (Bejing, China). On Some Manuscript Copies of the Secret History of the Mongols Collected in the Chinese National Library

POP Rodica (Bucharest, Romania). Mongγol uran zokijal-un degezi zaγun bilig orusibai, an Invaluable Treasure by its Concept and History

HIGUCHI Koichi (Matsuyama, Japan). Unknown Treasures Hidden in Lines of Mongolian Buddhist Literature in the Case of Mongolian Versions of the Lotus Sutra

10.00 – 11.30

Sutra hall. PANEL 2

Chairperson: Mihály Dobrovits

Linguistics

ALPATOV Vladimir (Moscow, Russia). Significance of S.A. Starostin works for the Altaic Studies

BALK Michael (Berlin, Germany). Consten’s Universal Dictionary

CORFF Oliver (Berlin, Germany). Some Notes on the Pentaglot Manuscripts

SÁRKÖZI Alice (Budapest, Hungary). The Dictionary of Sumatiratna

DING Shiqing (Bejing, China). A Tentative Study on the Language Maintenance Model of Ewenki Speaking People in China

11.30 – 12.00

Coffee-break

12.00 – 13.40

Green hall. PANEL 1

Chairperson: Hartmut Walravens

Collections, Archives, Archeology

SAGASTER Klaus (Bonn, Germany). The International Archive of Oral Folk Literature at the Northrhine-Westfalian Academy of Sciences, Humanities and Arts, Düsseldorf/Germany

FEDOTOFF Alexander (Sofia, Bulgaria). On the Oriental Collection in the National Library of Bulgaria

ANAYBAN Zoya (Moscow, Russia). Barrow “Arzhaan-2” Unique Findings in the National Museum of the Tuva Republic

NEVSKAYA Irina (Novosibirsk, Russia / Frankfurt, Germany). The Returned Heritage: a Cooperative Russian-German Project on Publishing Dyrenkova‘s Archive

GIRFANOVA Albina (St. Petersburg, Russia). Linguistic and Ethnographic Materials of E.R. Schneider in Archives of St. Petersburg

12.00 – 13.40

Sutra hall. PANEL 2

Chairperson: Peter Zieme

Uighur Studies

Hugjiltu (Hohhot, China). On the Document of Qubilay’s Imperial Edict Written by “Phags-pa and Uyghur Scripts”

HSIAO Su-ying, HUNG Chin-fu (Taipei, Taiwan). On a Rubbing with an Uighur-like Script in the Fu Ssu-nien Library of Academia Sinica

TUGUSHEVA Lilia (St. Petersburg, Russia). On a Case of the Influence of the Written Form of the Word on its Pronunciation (According to the Early Medieval Uighur Texts)

LIU Ge (Shaanxi, China). Čïn bitig in Uighur Script is Qin-Qs in Han Language

TURAN Refik, KIRPIK Güray (Ankara, Turkey). As a Turkish Hegemonic Symbol “TUĞ” from the Altays to the Alp Mountains

13.00 – 14.30

Lunch

14.30 – 15.45

Green hall. PANEL 1

Chairperson: Alicia Campi

Mongolian Studies

NOSOV Dmitry (St. Petersburg, Russia). Description of Mongolian Speaking Peoples Folktales, Kept in Institute of Oriental Manuscripts of Russian Academy of Science

KULGANEK Irina (St. Petersburg, Russia). The Mongolian Aphorisms in the Institute of Oriental Manuscripts (Russian Academy of Sciences)

YAKHONTOVA Natalia (St. Petersburg, Russia). New Arrivals to the Mongolian Manuscript Collection at the IOM RAS

PETROVA Maria (St. Petersburg, Russia). To one Manuscript by D.Ravjaa

14.30 – 15.45

Sutra hall. PANEL 2

Chairperson: Vladimir Alpatov

Linguistics

TOHTI Litip (TUOHUTI Litifu) (Beijing, China). On the Syntactic Status of the Uyghur

WU Yingzhe (Hohhot, China). Deciphering Some Demonstrative Pronouns in Khitan Small Script

GORELOVA Liliya, ORLOVSKAYA Mariya (Moscow, Russia). The Proximity between the Middle Mongol and Classical Manchu Languages as Typologically, Ethnohistorically and Areally Motivated

GUAN Xinqiu (Beijing, China). On the Consonant Phonemes of Standard Manchu Language from 18th to 19th Century

15.45 – 16.00

Coffee-break

16.00 – 17.00

Green hall. PANEL 1

Chairperson: Giovanni Stary

Collections

PCHELIN Nikolai, RUDOVA Maria (St. Petersburg, Russia). The Problem of the Portrait Art in Mural Painting of Central Asia in the 10-11th cc.

WALRAVENS Hartmut (Berlin, Germany). The Meritorius Officers of the Qianlong Period – Revisited

MENSHIKOVA Maria (St. Petersburg, Russia). The Unknown Portrait of the Member of the Qing Imperial Family in the Collection of the Hermitage

16.00 – 17.00

Sutra hall. PANEL 2

Chairperson: Jacques Legrand

Historiography

GÜNER DİLEK Figen (Ankara, Turkey). A Study About Altai Turkish Which Has an Archive Value: V. İ. Verbitskiy “Altayskie İnorodtsı”

KHODARKOVSKY Michael (Chicago, USA). The Role of the Kalmyk Cavalry in the Northern War, 1700-1721

GERASIMOV Igor (St. Petersburg, Russia). Islam in Mongolian Peoples Republic and Inner Mongolia

17.00

Transfer to the House of Friendship (Liteinyj pr., 60). Buses leave from Millionnaya street)

18.00 – 20.00

Reception given by the Consul General of the Republic of Turkey

20.00 Transfer to the hotel

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

9.00 – 13.00

Transfer from the hotel to the Russian Ethnographic Museum (Inzhenernaya str., 4/1)

13.00 – 14.30

Lunch

14.30 – 16.00

Green hall. PANEL 1

Chairperson: Michael Khodarkovsky

Archeology, collections

TAUBE Erika (Leipzig, Germany). Archaeological Finds reflecting Folklore-Motivs from Central Asia

DYAKOVA Olga (Vladivostok, Russia). Archeological Dimension of the Xianbei Problem

ÇAKAN Varis (Istanbul, Turkey). An Assessment on Archeological Works at the Tarim Basin and Historical Artifacts Worth of Museum

OGUT EKER Refia Gülin (Ankara,Turkey). The Venue in which the Tangible Cultural Heritages of Both, The Turks and The World is Protected: Çengelhan Rahmi M. Koc Museum

14.30 – 16.00

Sutra hall. PANEL 2

Chairperson: Barbara Kellner-Heinkele

JANKOWSKI Henryk (Poland). Karaim mejumas in Eupatoria

KARAHAN Leyla (Ankara, Turkey). One of the oldest Resources of Anatolian and Rumanian Dialects: Grammar Books

KASAPOĞLU Çengel Hülya (Ankara,Turkey). On Translation of the Bible in Kipchak

DOBROVITS Mihály (Budapest, Hungary). Some Remarks on the Oghuz Kaghan Epics

HAN Sherman (Hawaii, USA). Emperor Kangxi ‘s Poetical Reflections on Russia

16.00 – 16.30

Coffee-break

16.30 – 18.00

Green hall. PANEL 1

Chairperson: Irina Nevskaya

TEKCAN Münevver (Istanbul,Turkey). Cleaning Manuscripts Using Image Processing Software To Reveal Hidden Texts

ELIKHINA Julia (St. Petersburg, Russia). Clothes and Ornaments of Xiongnu from the Barrows of Noin-Ula (Northern Mongolia) in the Collection of the State Hermitage Museum

TATÁR Maria Magdolna (Oslo, Norway). Soyot Shaman Costume, Headgear and Drumstick in the Ethnographic Museum, Oslo

TATÁR Sarolta (Budapest, Hungary). Images of the Goddess Tara in the Private Collection of a Hungarian Collection

16.30 – 18.00

Sutra hall. PANEL 2

Chairperson: Igor Kormushin

Linguistics

ZHANG Dingjing (Beijing, China). Double Marks for Identity of Nouns in Kazak Language

SECHENCHOGT (Bejing ,China). Comparative Analysis of the Five Livestock Names of the Altaic Language Family

SAITÔ Yoshio (Tokyo, Japan). Terminative Case in Mongolian

18.30 – 21.00

Reception by the Institute of Oriental Manuscripts RAS (House of Scholars, Dvortsovaya nab., 26)

21.00

City tour by bus. Buses leave from Millionnaya, 19

Thursday, July 29, 2010

9.00

Transfer from the hotel to the conference venue (Institute of Oriental studies, Dvortsovaya nab, 18)

10.00 – 11.00

Business meeting. Green hall

11.00 -11.15

Coffee-break

11.15 – 13.00

Green hall. PANEL 1

Chairperson: Fatma Ahsen Turan

ATA Aysu (Ankara, Turkey). Prof. Saadet Çağatay: “My articles by the nickname Kutlu S.Ç.”

RECKEL Johannes (Göttingen, Germany). The Special Collection of Altaic Literature in Göttingen

YAKOVLEV Victor (Moscow, Russia). Unknown Source of a Familiar Story

RAGAGNIN Elizabetta (Frankfurt, Germany). A “Forgotten Edition” of Odorichus de rebus incognitis

DUGAROV Bair (Ulan-Ude, Russia). “NAMTAR” by Milaraiba in Buryatia

13.00-14.30

Lunch

14.30

Excursion to the Hermitage Exhibition center and the Buddhist temple Busses leave from Millionnaya street

19.00 – 21.30

Dinner at the restaurant of the hotel “Saint-Petersburg”

Friday, July 30, 2010

Departure after breakfast

LIST OF PARTICIPANTS OF THE 53rd MEETING OF THE PIAC

  1. Alpatov Vladimir Mikhailovich. Institute of Oriental Studies, RAS
  2. Anayban Zoya Vasilievna. Institute of Oriental Studies, RAS
  3. Ata Aysu. Ankara University, Turkey
  4. Balk Michael. Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, Germany
  5. Bell Christine. Berlin, Germany
  6. Borjigijin Ulaan. Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, PRC
  7. Boykova Elena Vladimirovna. Institute of Oriental Studies, RAS
  8. Bozkurt Ismail. Cyprus-Balkans-Eurasia Turkish Literatures Foundation
  9. Campi Alicia Jean. Indiana University, USA
  10. Chao Chi. Taiwan
  11. Corff Oliver. Independent scholar, Germany
  12. Çakan Varıs. Gazi University, Turkey
  13. Çengel Hülya. Gazi University, Turkey
  14. Deniz Bekir. Akdeniz University, Turkey
  15. Dilek İbrahim. Gazi University, Turkey
  16. Ding Shiqing. Minzu University of China, PRC
  17. Dobrovits Mihály. Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary
  18. Dugarov Bair Sonomovich. Institute of Mongolian, Buddhist and Tibetan Studies, Russia
  19. Dyakova Olga Vasilievna. Institute of History, Archaeology and Ethnography, Far Eastern Branch of the RAS
  20. Elikhina Julia. The State Hermitage Museum, Russia
  21. Erdal Marcel. Goethe University, Germany
  22. Fedotoff Alexander. Sofia University, Center for Oriental Languages and Cultures, Bulgaria
  23. Florian Raluca Maria. Bucharest Center for Oriental Studies, Romania
  24. Funk Dmitry Anatolievich. Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, RAS
  25. Gerasimov Igor Vyacheslavovich. Saint Petersburg State University, Russia
  26. Gierlichs Hanns Maria Joachim. Museum of Islamic Art, Doha, Qatar
  27. Girfanova Albina Hakimovna. Saint Petersburg State University, Russia
  28. Gorelova Liliya Mikhailovna. Institute for Oriental Studies, RAS
  29. Guan Xinqiu. Minzu University of China, PRC
  30. Gulin Eker. Gazi University, Turkey
  31. Güner Dilek Figen. Gazi University, Turkey
  32. Han Sherman Hsiao. Brigham Young University, Hawaii, USA
  33. Higuchi Koichi. Ehime University, Japan
  34. Hsiao Su-ying. Institute of Linguistics, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
  35. Hugjiltu. Inner Mongolia University, PRC
  36. Hung Chin-fu. Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
  37. Jankowski Henryk. Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland
  38. Karahan Leyla. Gazi University, Turkey
  39. Karkucinska-Legrand Jadwiga Maria. France
  40. Karlsson Moukhanova Anastasia. Lund University, Sweden
  41. Kellner-Heinkele Barbara. Freie Universität, Germany
  42. Khodarkovsky Michael. Loyola University Chicago, USA
  43. Kirpik Güray. Gazi Unıversıty, Turkey
  44. Klyashtorny Sergei Georgievich. Institute of Oriental manuscripts, RAS
  45. Kobayashi Yoko. Ehime University, Japan
  46. Kulganek Irina Vladimirovna. Institute of Oriental manuscripts, RAS
  47. Legrand Jacques Jean Yves. Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales, France
  48. Liu Ge. Shaanxi Normal University, PRC
  49. Menshikova Maria Lvovna. The State Hermitage Museum, Russia
  50. Nakami Tatsuo. Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan
  51. Nerimanoğlu Kamil Veli. Yeditepe University, Turkey
  52. Nevskaya Irina Anatolievna. Institute of Philology (Novosibirsk) / Frankfurt University
  53. Nidyulina-Honikel Gilyana. University of Bonn, Germany
  54. Nosov Dmitry Alekseevich. Institute of Oriental manuscripts, RAS
  55. Ogut Eker Refia Gulin. Hacettepe University, Turkey
  56. Pang Tatiana Alexandrovna. Institute of Oriental manuscripts, RAS
  57. Pchelin Nikolay Georgievich. The State Hermitage Museum, Russia
  58. Petrova Maria Pavlovna. St. Petersburg State University, Russia
  59. Pop Rodica. The Mircea Eliade Center for Oriental Studies, Romania
  60. Popova Irina Fedorovna. Institute of Oriental manuscripts, RAS
  61. Ragagnin Elisabetta. Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Germany
  62. Raschmann Simone-Christiane. Turfanforschung, Germany
  63. Reckel Johannes Friedrich Wilhelm. Georg August University Goettingen, Germany
  64. Rudova Maria Leonidovna. The State Hermitage Museum, Russia
  65. Sabernig Katharina Anna. Medical University of Vienna, Austria
  66. Sagaster Klaus Karl Josef. University of Bonn, Germany
  67. Saitô Yoshio. Tokyo Gakugei University, Japan
  68. Şaman Doğan Nermın. Hacettepe Unıversıty, Turkey
  69. Sárközi Alice. Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary
  70. Sechenchogt. Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, PRC
  71. Stary Giovanni Enrico. University of Venice, Italy
  72. Sukhachev Nikolay Leonidovich. Institute of Linguistics, RAS
  73. Tatár Maria Magdolina. Oslo University, Norway
  74. Tatár Sarolta. Peter Pazmany Catholic University of Hungary, Hungary
  75. Taube Erika. Leipzig University, Germany
  76. Tekcan Münevver. Kocaeli University, Turkey
  77. Tohti Litip. Minzu University of China, PRC
  78. Tryjarski Edward Ignacy Klara. Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
  79. Tugusheva Lilia Yusufzhanovna. Institute of Oriental manuscripts, RAS
  80. Tudor Ciprian. Bucharest Polytechnics Institute, Romania
  81. Tuohuti Litifu. Minzu University of China, PRC
  82. Tuohutu Haseyeti. PRC
  83. Turan Fatma Ahsen. Gazi Unıversity, Turkey
  84. Turan Refık. Gazi Unıversıty, Turkey
  85. van Meel Daniël Adriaan. Holland
  86. Walravens Hartmut Heinrich. Statsbibliothek zu Berlin, Germany
  87. Winkelhane Gerard Klaus Ulrich. Klaus Schwarz Verlag, Germany
  88. Wu Yingzhe. Inner Mongolia University, PRC
  89. Wuyuntana. Inner Mongolia Normal University of China, PRC
  90. Yakhontova Natalia Sergeevna. Institute of Oriental manuscripts, RAS
  91. Yakovlev Victor Michailovich. Society of Orientalists, Russia
  92. Zhang Dingjing. Minzu University of China, PRC
  93. Zieme Peter. Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen, Germany