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On Indian Philosophy and Buddhist Studies

Śāradā: Goddess, Learning, Script.

堀内さんが誘ってくれたので,あまり内容も確認せずに,「行かせていただきます」と応じたのが結構前ですが,プログラムを見て仰天.

えらく充実したワークショップ.

しかも,あのひともこのひとも,友人知人が大集合.

行くことにしてよかったです.

ハルは主催者側ですから当然として,ドミニクにサンダーソン,さらに,アレッサンドロまでいます.

ルーサーも久しぶりです.

イザベルは,イェールで会ったのが最後でしょうか.

ヴァンクーヴァーかもしれません.

この後に,加納さんが準備したテキストを読むらしいので,出かけて行ってぶらぶらとサンスクリットを読めれば幸い,という心持だったのですが,このメンバー見たら,行っとかねばならないWSでした.

声をかけてくれた堀内さんに感謝.

着いて早々私だけ二週間隔離されないことを祈ります.

https://www.manuscript-cultures.uni-hamburg.de/cal-details/2020_3_6-2020_3_7%20WS%20Sarada%20manuscripts%20title%20and%20programme.pdf

The Centre for the Study of Manuscript Cultures (CSMC)
cordially invites you to a workshop on

Śāradā: Goddess, Learning, Script.
On the Sanskrit manuscript culture of Kashmir

Śāradā, the name of the script that was used in Kashmir to write down Sanskrit, is also
one of the names of the goddess Sarasvatī, the goddess of Arts and Letters, of Learning
and of Speech. The Sanskrit manuscript culture of Kashmir is characterized by
distinguishing features such as the use of the Śāradā script (from around the 11th
century), the use of birch-bark as a writing support (at least until the 17th century) and
the bound book format. It raises specific issues for scholars who study these features
and edit the texts they transmit, and for library curators who describe the manuscripts
and are responsible for their preservation. The challenging issue of dating the
manuscripts is the starting point of this first workshop devoted to Śāradā manuscripts.
The topics of the papers, presented by scholars who have worked intensively with Śāradā
manuscripts, will include the evolution of scribal and orthographic practices, the
changes of format from the pothi to the bound book, the introduction of binding, as well
as the layout and content of paratexts and marginalia. Śāradā manuscripts are mostly
either on birch-bark or on paper but Proto-Śāradā palm-leaves are preserved in Tibet.
Some papers will focus on the diachronic study of Kashmirian manuscript culture and
some will tackle issues raised while studying specific manuscripts for the purpose of
editing texts. The presentation of the material aspects will be enriched by historical
information about the scribes, as well as studies on the genealogy of annotated
manuscripts.
Friday, 6 March 2020, 9 am – 5 pm
Saturday, 7 March 2020, 9:30 am – 4 pm
Warburgstraße 26, room 0001
20354 Hamburg

Programme
Friday, 6 March 2020
9:00-9:30 Welcoming words and introduction
Michael Friedrich (Hamburg)
Harunaga Isaacson (Hamburg)
Iris Iran Farkhondeh (Paris)
9:30-10:15 Camillo Formigatti (Oxford): Judging a Book by Its Cover. A
Codicological Approach to Dating Kashmirian Manuscripts
10:15-11:00 Alexis Sanderson (Oxford/Portland): Observations on the book in preIslamic Kashmir and the history of Kashmirian Sanskrit orthography
11:00-11:15 Coffee break
11:15-12:00 Walter Slaje (Halle), in absentia: Two less considered points in the field
of Śāradā textual criticism
12:00-12:45 Luther Obrock (Toronto): Śāradā Miscellanies: Manuscript culture and
book technologies
12:45-13:45 Lunch
13:45-15:00 Lab tour by Sebastian Bosch (Hamburg) and Ivan Shevchuk (Hamburg)
15:00-15:15 Coffee break
15:15-16:00 Kazuo Kano (Tokyo): Proto-Śāradā Materials in Tibet
16:00 -16:45 Jürgen Hanneder (Marburg): From cloth to birch bark and other
oddities in Śāradā paleography

Programme

Saturday, 7 March 2020
9:30-10:15 Isabelle Ratié (Paris): On editing fragments from marginal annotations
in Śāradā and Nāgarī manuscripts
10:15-11:00 Stanislav Jager (Marburg): The Author's Redaction or a Copyist's
Reworking? Remarks on the Transmission of the Cittānubodhaśāstra
11:00-11:15 Coffee break
11:15-12:00 Alessandro Graheli (Vienna): History and Transmission of the
Nyāyamañjarī : the Śāradā Autograph of Śitikaṇṭhasvāmin
12:00-12:45 Dominic Goodall (Pondicherry): Some observations on Kashmirian
scribal practices derived mostly from study of manuscripts
transmitting the Raghuvaṃśa
12:45-14:15 Lunch
14:15-15:30 Final discussions
15:30-16:00 Coffee
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