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Sources of Ryūkyūan History and Culture in Europe

5th Anniversary Meeting of EAJRS


Koordination: Josef Kreiner; European Association of Japanese Resource Specialists (EAJRS)


1st Session: European Contacts with the Kingdom of Ryūkyū from the 16th to the 19th Century
The Kingdom of Ryūkyū and its Overseas Trade (in Japanese)
Takara Kurayoshi, Naha

Dutch Encounters with the Ryūkyū Kingdom and Ryūkyū Collections in the National Museum of Ethnology, Leiden
Ken Vos, Leiden

Knowledge and Sources on Ryūkyū in Germany and Austria
Peter Pantzer, Bonn

France and Ryūkyū: Scholarly, Governmental and Missionary
Patrick Beillevaire, Paris

2nd Session: Historical Sources from Libraries and Museums
Materials on the Ryūkyū Islands in St. Petersburg
Alexander Kabanoff, St. Petersburg

Ryūkyūan Resources in Japan and Database Projects in Progress (in Japanese)
Yokoyama Manabu, Okayama

Ryūkyūan Resources in Britain: An Introductory Survey
Yu-Ying Brown, London

Contact thought Collectibles: Scandinavia and the Ryūkyū Islands
Arne Røkkum, Oslo

3rd Session: Museum Collections of Ryūkyūan Art
Ryūkyū Lacquer Ware in Europe - Focusing on hakue Technique (in Japanese)
Arakawa Hirokazu, Tokyo

On Ryūkyūan Dyeing and Weaving Art - Focusing on the Collections at the Museum of Ethnology Berlin (in Japanese)
Shukumine Kyōko, Naha

Historical Contacts between Europe and Ryūkyū as seen through Museum Collections
Josef Kreiner


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