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Champa Studies Programme 11-06-2012

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CONFERENCE ONNEW RESEARCH IN HISTORICAL CAMP
Ā
STUDIES
Maison de l’Asie, 22 avenue du président Wilson, Paris18–19 June 2012
(
With a public lecture hosted by the Musée Guimet on the evening of June 18
)
 
PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME as of June 11, 2012Monday, 18 June 2012
08:30 09:15 Registration09:15 – 09:30
Welcome and Opening Remarks
 Franciscus VERELLEN 
Director, École française d’Extrême-Orient
Tansen SEN 
Head, Nalanda-Sriwijaya Centre, Institute of SoutheastAsian Studies (ISEAS), Singapore
PANEL 1: EARLY SETTLEMENT AND CENTERS
Chairperson:
William SOUTHWORTH 
 09:30 – 10:00
 LÂM TH 
 Ị 
Ỹ 
DZUNG
 University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University, Hanoi
Champa Settlements from the First Millennium AD(New Archaeological Studies)
10:00–10:30
 Mariko YAMAGATA
Showa Women’s University, Tokyo
 NGUY 
 Ẽ 
 N KIM DUNG
, Institute of Archaeology, Hanoi
 BUI CHI HOANG
, Southern Institute of SustainableDevelopment, Ho Chi Minh City
The Development of Regional Centers in AncientChampa: Viewed from Recent ArchaeologicalAdvancements in Central Vietnam
10:30–11:00 Coffee
c
 
ole française d’Extrême-Orient (EFEO)
 
2
PANEL2: CAMP
Ā
TERRITORIES REVISED
Chairperson:
 Pierre-Yves MANGUIN 
 11:00–11:30
 NGUY 
 Ễ 
 N TI 
 Ế 
 N 
 Đ
ÔNG & Federico BAROCCO
  both Institute of Archaeology, Hanoi
The Champa Archaeological Territories in Qu
ngNam and Phú Yên Provinces
11:30–12:00
 Andrew HARDY & NGUY 
 Ễ 
 N TI 
 Ế 
 N 
 Đ
ÔNG
 EFEO/Hanoi Institute of Archaeology, Hanoi
Evidence for a Hypothesis About the ChampaTerritory of 
 
Qu
ng Ngãi
12:00–14:00 Lunch
PANEL 3: SCULPTURE
Chairperson:
 Patrizia ZOLESE 
 14:00–14:30
 Pierre BAPTISTE 
 Musée Guimet, Paris
A propos de l’iconographie du temple de
Ðồ
ngD
ươ 
ng : Un piédestal sensé représenter le démonM
ā
ra
14:30–15:00
 Parul Pandya DHAR
 University of Delhi
Pride and Penitence of an Anti-hero: The
ā
va
ṇā
nugraham
ū
rti in India and Camp
ā
 
15:00–15:30
 John GU
 The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York 
Ś
aivism and the evidence of 
li 
 gako
ś 
ap
ū
 j 
ā 
in earlyChampa
 
(with a short contribution by Anne-ValérieSchweyer)
 
15:30–16:00 Coffee
PANEL 4: SITES &ARCHITECTURE
Chairperson:
Geoff WADE 
 16:00–16:30
 Julian R. BROWN 
 School of Oriental and African Studies, London
Unravelling the Visual Archive of Ancient Champa:The Architectural Line-Drawings of HenriParmentier
 
3
16:30–17:00
 Mara LANDONI 
 Scientific University “Politecnico di Milano”, Italy
Study on Cham construction techniques andmaterials at the M
S
ơ 
n Site
17:00 – 17:30
 Anne-Valérie SCHWEYER
 Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris
Des lieux puissants au Campa
18:30–20:00
PUBLIC LECTURE
Speaker: Patrizia
 ZOLESE 
 Lerici Foundation
Temple, Power and Policy: Historical Implications of Archaeological and Conservation Work at M
S
ơ 
n
Venue
: Auditorium Musée Guimet
 
Tuesday, 19 June 2012PANEL 5: ANCIENT CAMP
Ā
AND ITS NEIGHBOURS
Chairperson:
 Pierre BAPTISTE 
 08:30–09:00
Stephen A. MURPHY 
 The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York 
Cultural Connections and Shared Origins betweenChampa and Dvaravati: A comparison of commonartistic and architectural motifs, ca. 8
th
 –10
th
centuriesCE
09:00–09:30
William A. SOUTHWORTH 
Rijksmuseum, Netherlands(and,
in absentia
, Tr 
n K 
Ph
ươ 
ng)
On the movement and interrelationship of Cham andKhmer sculpture during the Angkorian Period: inregard to the overland trade routes between Champaand Cambodia
09:30–10:00
 Amandine LEPOUTRE 
 Center for Khmer Studies, Siem Reap
Le Haut Camp
ā
en Asie du Sud-Est Au XII
e
siecle :l’apport des inscriptions de Jaya Harivarmadeva
10:00–10:30 Coffee

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