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ZHONG Liang

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ZHONG Liang

zhonglaohua@gmail.com

Dissertation Title La religion de Chu d’après les manuscrits divinatoires et sacrificiels du IVe siècle avant notre ère (The Chu religion according to the divinatory and sacrificial manuscripts)

Education
From 2012 École Pratique des Hautes Études
Dissertation prepared in Religious Sciences Section
(Supervisor : M. Marc KALINOWSKI)

2008 – 2012 École des Hautes études en sciences sociales, Alexandre Koyré Center
Master of History of Science, Technology and Society
(Supervisor : Jean-Louis FISCHER)

2000-2004 Nanjing Normal University
Bachelor of Educational Computing Science and Technology

Research interests
• The Chu divinatory and sacrificial manuscripts
• The affection given to the dog in ancient China

Teaching experience
Oct. 2012 – Juin 2016 Lecturer at Nanterre Paris X University (“Chinese” for undergraduates, 96 hours)

Scientific activities
Member of the CRCAO (UMR 8155) research groups « Le chien et son image dans la Chine ancienne » (Dog in Ancient China).

Publications
Articles in peer-reviewed journals
“Les ancêtres dans les manuscrits divinatoires et sacrificiels de la tombe n°2 de Baoshan” (The ancestors in the Baoshan divinatory and sacrificial manuscripts), for Études chinoises, 36-1 (2017).
“2015 nian xiwen jiandu yanjiu gaiyao 2015 年西文簡牘研究概要” (Western language studies of ancient Chinese manuscrits in 2015), Jianbo 簡帛, 13, 2016, p. 213-235.
Book Chapters
[in progress] “Le prince qui aimait trop son chien” (The prince who loves too much his dog), in Li Guoqiang (dir.), L’homme et le chien en Chine dans l’Antiquité (Human and dog in Ancient China)

Presentation
“La société de Chu au 4e siècle avant notre ère d’après les manuscrits de Baoshan (Hubei, Chine)” (The Chu society of fourth century B.C.E. according to Baoshan manuscripts), Workshop of the CRCAO Doctorate candidates, Paris, March 25, 2015.
“La question des transfuges dans la Chine ancienne” (The question of defectors in Ancient China), National conference Frontières et mobilités des hommes et des idées en Asie (GIS Asie, Université de Bordeaux), Bordeaux, May 26, 2015.
“La religion de Chu d’après les manuscrits sacrificiels du IVe siècle avant notre ère” (The Chu religion according to the sacrificial manuscripts of 4th cerntury B.C.E.), Workshop of the CRCAO Doctorate candidates, Paris, November 13, 2015.
“La représentation des membres de famille : d’après les manuscrits divinatoires et sacrificiels du 4e siècle avant notre ère à Chu” (The representation of family members according to divinatory and sacrificial manuscripts in 4th B.C.E. Chu), National Workshop Portraits de familles (AFEC, INALCO), Paris, June 4, 2016.
“Les manuscrits de Chu du 4ème siècle avant notre ère en tant qu’objets funéraires dans les vestiges (Hubei, Henan) ” (The 4th B.C.E. Chu manucripts as funeral object in the archeological vestige), Workshop of the CRCAO Doctorate candidates, Paris, November 10, 2016.
“Le prince qui aimait trop son chien” (The Prince who loves too much his dog), in international conference : L’homme et le chien en Chine dans l’Antiquité — Études pluridisciplinaires (Human and dog in Ancient China : a multidisciplinary study), Paris, November 28 and 29, 2016.

Scientific visit
Wuhan University Manuscripts Research Center, China, April 23 to May 13, 2015.
Paleographic training formation, Fudan University and Qinghua University, China, August 13 to 28, 2016.

Translations
Marc Kalinowski, Qin jiandu heji shuping 《秦簡牘合集》書評, (Book reviews of compendium of Qin manuscripts) [French to Chinese]
Five summaries of number 71 Arts Asiatiques, 2016 [French to Chinese]
Five summaries of number 72 Arts Asiatiques, 2015 [French to Chinese]
Five summaries of number 71 Arts asiatiques, 2014 [French to Chinese]