MIYAKE Kiyoshi

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Name
MIYAKE Kiyoshi
Affiliation
Kyoto University
Section
Institute for Research in Humanities, Institute for Research in Humanities Cultural Composition
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
Ph.D(Kyoto University)

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1997
Oriental History, Graduate School, Division of Letters, Kyoto University
 
 
 - 
1992
History, Oriental History, Faculty of Letters, Kyoto University
 

Committee Memberships

 
2001
 - 
2006
The Society for Research of the Qin Han Dynasties  Director
 
2003
   
 
The Society of Historical Research  
 

Published Papers

 
Crime and Impurity in Early China
Kiyoshi Miyake
Public Notion of Crime and Law in East Asia-Crime and Society in East Asia      Mar 2013

Misc

 
試論秦漢刑罰體系的形成史―以腐刑作爲線索―
宮宅潔
中国中古史学会(韓国)      Jul 2007

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Formation of Compulsory Labour Punishments with Definite Terms
18 Jun 2009   Universität Heidelberg
Crime and Impurity in Early China
MIYAKE Kiyoshi
International Conference, “Public Notion of Crime and Law in East Asia”   3 Sep 2012   
The various strata of the Ernian lüling manuscript and the distribution of the legal code to local offices in Han times [Invited]
MIYAKE Kiyoshi
International EASCM-Conference 2014,“Orthopraxy, Orthography, Orthodoxy: Emic and Etic Standards and Classifications of Chinese Manuscripts”   12 Jul 2014   
"Dashing forward without helmets"? : The Qin Expeditionary Force and its Constitution [Invited]
MIYAKE Kiyoshi
International Forum for the Study of Chinese Excavated Texts 2014   25 Oct 2014   
Literacy and Oral Communication in Early China. A View From the Excavated Manuscripts of the Qin and Han Periods
MIYAKE Kiyoshi
Literacy in Antiquity and the Medieval Ages: What Inscriptions and Manuscripts Can Tell Us   3 Aug 2015   
Crime and the Place of Execution: The Symbolic Meaning of the Place of Execution in Early China
MIYAKE Kiyoshi
22 Mar 2016   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Institutional History of Qin and Han Dynasties
Excavated Materials with Letters of Sanguo Period
Project Year: 2000