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Wilson Presents Paper at Taiwan Conference


Thomas Wilson
Thomas Wilson
Professor of History Thomas Wilson presented a paper, "Sacrifice and Confucian Conceptions of Gods and Spirits," at a conference in Taipei, Taiwan. Fifteen scholars from China, Taiwan, Japan, Korea and the U.S. were invited to present papers at the International Conference on the Global Confucius: Sacrifice and the Confucius Temple, which was sponsored by the Taipei Municipal Government and the Taipei Confucius Temple Association. The conference was covered by the local media. This link to the main story in the China Times describes (in Chinese) the first day of the conference.

The photograph shows Thomas Wilson listening to the discussant of this paper, HuangG Chin-hsing, director of the Institute of History at Academia Sinica in Taiwan. Wilson also served as a discussant on the paper by Lim Tae-seung, professor of the humanities at Sungkyunkwan University in Seoul. His paper was titled "Semiotic Power and the Body of Confucius."

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