東西方學術中的詩經──日譯陳致《從禮儀化到世俗化：詩經的形成》的感受 Eastern and Western Scholarship on The Book of Songs: Reflections on Translating Chen Zhi’s From Ritualization to Secularization: The Shaping of the Book of Songs into Japanese
Professor Chen Zhi’s From Ritualization to Secularization: The Shaping of the Book of Songs takes palaeography and linguistics as its starting points and draws in focus on musical archaeology and ethnomusicology. It makes fresh explanation of the multi-faceted origins and historical evolution of The Book of Songs in all their aspects. The compilation of The Book of Songs stems from conflict and compromise between Shang and Zhou culture, which experienced a complex and lengthy journey from ritualization to secularization and from standardization to regionalization. Taking inspiration from the process of translating from Chinese into Japanese, Professor Yoshinobu Yuki, in addition to introducing how to deal with issues including those of cultural adaption, will also discuss how historically the Japanese have treated Chinese culture and characters, and in the future, how matters of cultural exchange between the Japanese and Chinese could be addressed. [Go to the full record in the library's catalogue]
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