Epigraphic and Archeological Materials as Sources for Daoist Lived Religion
Saturday, July 31, 9am EST (9pm HKT)
This multi-year project, funded by the Luce Foundation, aims at advancing the study of Daoism through the use of archaeological and epigraphic materials, including statues, stele inscriptions, cave shrines, temple inscriptions, and inscribed tomb epitaphs. We hope to introduce and use these understudied material sources to augment the canonical textual sources in understanding the social history of Daoism and to explore developments and changes in ritual practices that are often invisible in the written records.
Gil Raz 李福 (Dartmouth College): Introduction to Project
Stele-Statues and Texts: Two Examples
Bai Bin 白彬 (Sichuan University): Survey of Sources
Host: Richard Wang 王崗 (University of Florida)
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