OKI Yasushi 大木 康 is Professor of Chinese Literature at Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, University of Tokyo. The main subject of his research is Chinese Literature of the Ming and Qing Dynasties. He has long been interested in Feng Menglong (1574-1646, born in Suzhou), who is well known as a compiler of the vernacular short stories "San-yan". He has been researching various aspects of culture and society in late Ming Jiangnan, such as popular literature, civil service examinations, publishing businesses, intellectual friendships and courtesan culture, approaching these topics as different facets of Feng Menglong's work and life. He received his Doctor of Literature degree (1998) from University of Tokyo. His publications include Publishing Culture in late Ming Jiangnan (2004), A Study of Feng Meng-long's Shange (2003), Chinese Gay Quarters, the World of Courtesans in Nanjing in the Ming and Qing (2002) and so on.
OKI Yasushi participe au Programme Professeurs invités de l'EHESS, sur proposition de Xavier Paulès (CCJ UMR 8173 EHESS/CNRS - CECMC). Il séjournera en France du 22 novembre au 21 décembre 2023.
Conférences de OKI YASUSHI
Spread of the Thread Stitched Book Binding and its Background in Chinese Book History
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“Golden mansions are to be found in books” — On “The Encouragement of Learning” by Emperor Zhenzong of the Song
An Index to Memories of the Ming: Poetic Exchanges on Early Qing Female Entertainers
Shantang Street in Suzhou, 820-1910 — An Attempt to Show the Fixed-point Observation of Literature