FAU
Center for Body, Mind, and Culture

The Center for Body, Mind, and Culture
of the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters, Florida Atlantic University
presents a two-day international conference March 20-21, 2009

Art and Ritual in Asian Cultures
Click here for the conference schedule.

Speakers at Art and Ritual in Asian Cultures

Roger Ames, University of Hawaii, USA " Confucian Role Ethics: Family Feeling as the Entry Point for Moral Competence"

Aoki, Takao, Hiroshima University, Japan "The Japanese Art of Noh Theater"

Daniel Bass, Lynn University, USA   " Dying Traditions and   Living Culture in the Up-country of Sri Lanka "

Brian J. Bruya, Eastern Michigan University, USA   " T he Somatic Arts in China and their Conceptual Basis in Ritual "

Michael Fuller, University of California, Irvine " 'I stand alone:' Historical Grounds for the Role of Corporeal Selfhood in the Classical Chinese Poetic Tradition"

Paul Goldin, University of Pennsylvania, USA " Why Mozi Is Included in the Daoist Canon    Or, Why There Is More to Mohism Than Utilitarian Ethics

Tomie Hahn, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA- " Performing Biracial   Embodying Ritual"        

Kambayashi, Tsunemichi, Ritsumeikan University, Japan "The Floral Aesthetics in the Middle Ages of Japan"     

Krystyna Wilkoszewska, University of Krakow, Poland "Woman's Body in the Japanese Aesthetics. The transcultural approach."

Travel and  Hotel Accommodations

We have arranged a special rate of $129.00 per night at the Fairfield Inn & Suites just mention “FAU Asian Arts & Ritual” or group code FAR when making your reservation. This rate is good from 3/17/2009-3/23/2009. Please make your reservations before 2/20/2009 to guarantee a room at this price.

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