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Name: Takao MORIYASU

Born: 11 February 1948 at Fukui, JAPAN

Official address:
Prof. Dr. Takao MORIYASU
Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University
Machikaneyama-chô 1 - 5; Toyonaka-shi, Osaka-fu
560-8532  JAPAN
 E-MAIL.  moriyasu@let.osaka-u.ac.jp
 TEL. & FAX.  06-6850-5103

Education:
Undergraduate:
Tokyo University, 1967-1972
Bachelor of Arts in Oriental History, March 1972
Graduation thesis: “A Study on the History of Manichaeism in the East Uighur Khanate.”
Postgraduate:
Tokyo University, Master’s degree course, 1972-1975
Master of Arts in Oriental History, March 1975
Master’s dissertation: “Studies on the History of Central Asia in the Tang Period.”
Tokyo University, Doctor’s degree course, 1975-1981
Boursier du Gouvernement Franais, recherches libres, Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (4e section), 1978-1980
Doctor of Literature at Osaka University, July 1992
Doctoral thesis: “A Study on the History of Uighur Manichaeism.”

Professional experience and posts:
1981-1982: Researcher, The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
1982, April-September: Lecturer, Kanazawa University, Faculty of Letters
1982-1984: Associate Professor, Kanazawa University, Faculty of Letters
1984-1994: Associate Professor, Osaka University, Faculty of Letters
1994-1998: Professor, Osaka University, Faculty of Letters
1998-present: Professor, Osaka University, Graduate School of Letters
1997-present: Visiting Researcher, Tôyô Bunko

Academic Honors:
1975: 8th Ryûsha Kaisei Shôgakukai Prize
1988: 7th Tôhô Gakkai (= Institute of Eastern Culture) Prize

Academic Service:
Member of the board of trustees of the Tôhô Gakkai
Member of the board of trustees of the Nairiku Ajia-shi Gakkai
Member of the board of trustees of the Mongoru Gakkai
Council of the Tôyô-shi Kenkyûkai
Chief editor of Nairiku Ajia gengo no kenkyû (Studies on the Inner Asian Languages)
Judge of articles for Tôhô-gaku & Shigaku zasshi


Bibliography of Takao MORIYASU

I - a

1. “Uiguru to Toban no Hokutei sôdatsu-sen oyobi sonogo no Saiiki jôsei ni tsuite.”
“The Uyghur - Tibetan Struggle for Beshbalygh and the Subsequent Situation in Central Asia.”
Tôyô gakuhô 55-4, 1973 March, pp. 60-87, (English summary) pp. ii-iii.
2. “Uiguru Bukkyô-shi shiryô to siteno bôgui monjo.”
“Three Stake Inscriptions as Source Materials for the History of Uighur Buddhism.”
Shigaku zasshi 83-4, 1974 April, pp. 38-54, (English summary) pp. 124-123.
3. “Uiguru no seisen ni tsuite.”
“Nouvel examen de la migration des Ouïgours au milieu du IXe siècle.”
Tôyô gakuhô 59-1/2, 1977 October, pp. 105-130, (French summary) pp. v-vi.
4. “Tibetto-go siryô chû ni arawareru hoppô minzoku --- DRU-GU to HOR ---.”
“À propos des tribus de l’Asie Centrale qui se trouvent dans les sources tibétaines : DRU-GU et HOR.”    
Journal of Asian and African Studies 14, 1977 December, pp. 1-48, (French summary) pp. 1-2.
5. “Zôho: Uiguru to Toban no Hokutei sôdatsu-sen oyobi sonogo no Saiiki jôsei ni tsuite.”
“The Uyghur - Tibetan Struggle for Beshbalygh and the Subsequent Situation in Central Asia : An Enlarged Edition.”
Ryûsha Kaisei Shôgakukai (ed.), Ajia bunka-shi ronsô = Contributions to West, Central and North Asian Studies. Collected Papers of Ryû-sha Kai-sei Scholarship Prize Winners, Vol. 3, Tokyo, Yamakawa shuppansha, 1979 August, pp. 199-238.
6. “Uiguru to Tonkô.”
“The Uighurs and Tun-huang.”
Enoki (ed.), Tonkô no rekishi = History of Tun-huang, (Kôza Tonkô = Collected Papers on Tun-huang, Vol. 2), Tokyo, Daitô shuppansha, 1980 July, pp. 297-338.
7. “La nouvelle interprétation des mots Hor et Ho-yo-hor dans le manuscrit Pelliot tibétain 1283.”
Acta Orientalia Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 34-1/3, 1980, pp. 171-184.
8. “Qui des Ouigours ou des Tibétains ont gagné en 789-792 à Be∑-balïq?”
Journal Asiatique 269-1/2, Numéro spécial Actes du Colloque international (Paris, 2-4 octobre 1979): Manuscrits et inscriptions de Haute Asie du Ve au XIe siècle, 1981, pp. 193-205.
9. “An Uigur Buddhist’s Letter of the Yüan Dynasty from Tun-huang --- Supplement to “Uigurica from Tun-huang”---.”
Memoirs of the Research Department of the Tôyô Bunko 40, 1982, pp. 1-18.
10.“Gendai Uiguru Bukkyô-to no ichi shokan --- Tonkô shutsudo Uiguru-go bunken hoi ---.”
“An Uigur Buddhist’s Letter of the Yüan Dynasty from Tun-huang. Supplement to my previous work : “Uigurica from Tun-huang”.”
M. Mori (ed.), Nairiku Ajia & Nishi Ajia no shakai to bunka = Society and Culture of Inner Asia and the Muslim World, Tokyo, Yamakawa shuppansha, 1983 June, pp. 209-231.
11. “Toban no Chûô Ajia shinshutsu.”
“L’expansion des Tu-fan (Tibétains) en Asie Centrale.”
Kanazawa daigaku bungakubu ronshû (Shigakuka hen) = Studies and Essays of the Faculty of Letters, Kanazawa University (Section of History) 4, 1984 March, pp. 1-85, +2 pls.
12.“Uiguru-go bunken.”
“Uigurica from Tun-huang.”
Z. Yamaguchi (ed.), Tonkô Kogo bunken = Literature in Central Asian Languages from Tun-huang, (Kôza Tonkô = Collected Papers on Tun-huang, Vol. 6), Tokyo, Daitô shuppansha, 1985 August, pp. 1-98, incl. 4 pls.
13.“Tibetto moji de kakareta Uiguru-bun Bukkyô kyôri mondô (P.t. 1292) no kenkyû.”
“Études sur un catéchisme bouddhique ouigour en écriture tibétaine (P.t. 1292).”
Õsaka daigaku bungakubu kiyô = Memoirs of the Faculty of Letters, Osaka University 25, 1985 March, pp. 1-85, +1 pl.
14. “Tonkô to Nishi-Uiguru ôkoku --- Turufan kara no shokan to okurimono wo chûshin ni ---.”
“Tun-huang and the West Uighur Kingdom : The Historical Background of the Letter, P.3672 Bis, Sent from Turfan.”
Tôhôgaku 74, 1987 July, pp. 58-74, (English summary) pp. 5-6.
15. “Tonkô shutsudo Gendai Uiguru monjo chû no Kinsai donsu.”
“Damask (Silk) Appearing from Kinsai as Seen in the Yüan Period Uighur Documents Unearthed in Tun-huang.”
Enoki hakushi shôju kinen Tôyô-shi ronsô = Studies in Asian History Dedicated to Prof. Dr. Kazuo Enoki on His Seventieth Birthday, Tokyo, Kyûko shoin, 1988, pp. 417-441, incl. 2 pls.
16. “Uiguru monjo sakki (sono 1).”
“Notes on Uigur Documents (1).”
Nairiku Ajia gengo no kenkyû = Studies on the Inner Asian Languages 4 (1988), 1989 March, pp. 51-76.
17. “Toruko Bukkyô no genryû to ko-Toruko-go butten no shutsugen.”
“L’origine du Bouddhisme chez les Turcs et l’apparition des textes bouddhiques en turc ancien.”
Shigaku zasshi 98-4, 1989, pp. 1-35, (French summary) pp. 152-150.
18. “L’origine du Bouddhisme chez les Turcs et l’apparition des textes bouddhiques en turc ancien.”
A.Haneda (ed.), Documents et archives provenant de l’Asie Centrale. Actes du Colloque Franco - Japonais organisé par l’Association Franco - Japonaise des Études Orientales, Kyoto, Dôhôsha, 1990, pp. 147-165.
19. “Uiguru monjo sakki (sono 2).”
“Notes on Uigur Documents (2).”
Nairiku Ajia gengo no kenkyû = Studies on the Inner Asian Languages 5 (1989), 1990 March, pp. 69-89.
20. “Uiguru monjo sakki (sono 3).”
“Notes on Uigur Documents (3).”
Nairiku Ajia gengo no kenkyû = Studies on the Inner Asian Languages 7 (1991), 1992 May, pp. 43-53.
21. “Uiguru monjo sakki (sono 4).”
“Notes on Uigur Documents (4).”
Nairiku Ajia gengo no kenkyû = Studies on the Inner Asian Languages 9, 1994 June, pp. 63-93.
22. “Notes on Uighur Documents.”
Memoirs of the Research Department of the Tôyô Bunko 53 (1995), 1996 March?, pp. 67-108.
23. “Uiguru moji shinkô --- Kaikai meishô mondai kaiketsu he no ichi soseki ---.”
“A New Study of the Uighur Script : A Foundation for Solving the Problem of the Designation Hui-hui.”
Tôhôgaku ronshû. Eastern Studies Fiftieth Anniversary Volume, Tokyo, The Institute of Eastern Culture, 1997 May, pp. 1238-1226, (English summary) pp. 96-97.
24. “Daiei-toshokan shozô Rûn moji Mani-kyô monjo Kao. 0107 no shin kenkyû.”
“A Manichaean Runic Manuscript with Miniature (Kao.0107) Housed in the British Library.”
Nairiku Ajia gengo no kenkyû = Studies on the Inner Asian Languages 12, 1997 July, pp. 41-71, +4 pls.
25. “Shiruku-rôdo no Uiguru shônin --- Sogudo shônin to Orutoku shônin no aida ---.”
“The Uighur Merchants on the Silk Road. From the Sogdian Merchants to the Ortoq Merchants.”
Iwanami World History, Vol. 11, Tokyo, Iwanami shoten, 1997 November, pp. 93-119.
26. “Uiguru-bun keiyaku  monjo hokô.”
“Supplement to Sammlung uigurischer Kontrakte.”
Machikaneyama ronsô (Section of History) 32, 1998 December, pp. 1-24, incl. 2 pls.
27. “Shine-Usu hibun & iseki.”
“Site and Inscription of Shine-Usu.”
T. Moriyasu / A. Ochir (eds.), Provisional Report of Researches on Historical Sites and Inscriptions in Mongolia from 1996 to 1998, Toyonaka, Faculty of Letters of Osaka University, The Society of Central Eurasian Studies, 1999 March, pp. 177-195.
28. “On the Uighur chxshapt ay and the Spreading of Manichaeism into South China.”
R. E. Emmerick, W. Sundermann and P. Zieme (eds.), Studia Manichaica. IV. Internationaler Kongress zum Manichäismus, Berlin, 14.-18. Juli 1997, (Berichte und Abhandlungen der Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Sonderband 4), Berlin 2000 August?, Akademie Verlag, pp. 430-440.
29. “The Sha-chou Uighurs and the West Uighur Kingdom.”
Acta Asiatica 78, 2000 March, pp. 28-48.
30. “Sa-shû Uiguru shûdan to Nishi-Uiguru ôkoku.”
“The Sha-chou Uighurs and the West Uighur Kingdom.”
Journal of Inner Asian History 15, 2000 March, pp. 21-35.
31. “Kasai Kigi-gun setsudoshi no shuin to sono hen-nen.”
“Chronologie des sceaux officiels employés par les commissaires impériaux de l’Armée Revenue au Devoir (Kouei-yi kiun).”
Nairiku Ajia gengo no kenkyû = Studies on the Inner Asian Languages 15, 2000 October, pp. 1-121, +1 table, +10 pls. in color & 5 pls. in black and white.
32. “The West Uighur Kingdom and Tun-huang around the 10th-11th Centuries.”
Berichte und Abhandlungen der Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften 8, Akademie Verlag: Berlin, 2000 August?, pp. 337-368, incl. many pls. (pp. 358-368).
33. “Uighur Buddhist Stake Inscriptions from Turfan.”
L. Bazin / P. Zieme (eds.), De Dunhuang à Istanbul. Hommage à James Russell Hamilton, (Silk Road Studies 5), Turnhout (Belgium): Brepols, 2001 April?, pp. 149-223.
34. ”On the Uighur Buddhist Society at Chiqtim in Turfan during the Mongol Period.”
Mehmet Ölmez / Simone-Christiane Raschmann (eds.), Splitter aus der Gegend von Turfan, Festschrift für Peter Zieme anläßlich seines 60. Geburtstags, (Türk Dilleri Arashtirmalari Dizisi 35), Istanbul / Berlin, 2002 April?, pp. 153-177.
35. “Uiguru kara mita Anshi no ran.”
‘The Rebellion of An Lu-shan (755-763) from the Uighurs’ Viewpoint. -- With Special Reference to an Uighur Document Mainz 345 --.”
Nairiku Ajia gengo no kenkyû = Studies on the Inner Asian Languages 17, 2002 September, pp. 117-170.
36. “Uighur Inscriptions on the Banners from Turfan Housed in the Museum für Indische Kunst, Berlin.”
Chhaya Bhattacharya-Haesner, Central Asian Temple Banners in the Turfan Collection of the Museum für Indische Kunst, Berlin, Berlin, Dietrich Reimer Verlag, 2003 January, pp. 461-474.
37. “Four Lectures at the Collège de France in May 2003. History of Manichaeism among the Uighurs from the 8th to the 11th Centuries in Central Asia.”
 I.  Introduction à l’histoire des Ouïghours et leur relations avec le Manichéisme et le Bouddhisme. (pp. 24-38.)
 II.  Manichaeism under the East Uighur Khanate with Special References to the Fragment Mainz 345 and the Kara-Balgasun Inscription. (pp. 49-62.)
 III.  The Flourishing of Manichaeism under the West Uighur Kingdom. New Edition of the Uighur Charter on the Administration of the Manichaean Monastery in Qocho. (pp. 63-83.)
 IV.  The Decline of Manichaeism and the Rise of Buddhism among the Uighurs with a Discussion on the Origin of Uighur Buddhism. (pp. 84-100.)
T. Moriyasu (ed.), World History Reconsidered through the Silk Road, Osaka University The 21st Century COE Program Interface Humanities Research Activities 2002*2003, Vol. 3), Osaka, Osaka University, Graduate School of Letters, 2003 December, pp. 23-111, +15 pls. in colour, 8 maps, 3 figs.
38. “Currencies on the Eastern Part of the Silk Road.”
T. Moriyasu (ed.), Papers on the Pre-Islamic Documents and Other Materials Unearthed from Central Asia, Kyoto, Hôyû shoten, 2004 March, pp. 1-40.
39. “From Silk, Cotton and Copper Coin to Silver. Transition of the Currency Used by the Uighurs during the Period from the 8th to the 14th Centuries.”
D. Durkin-Meisterernst / S. Raschmann / J. Wilkens / M. Yaldiz / P. Zieme (eds.), Turfan Revisited - the First Century of Research into the Arts and Cultures of the Silk Road, Berlin 2004, pp. 228-239, incl. 2 pls.

I – b (joint work)

1. Y.Yoshida / T. Moriyasu
“Kiku-shi Kôshô-koku jidai Sogudo-bun onna dorei baibai monjo.”
“A Sogdian Sales Contract of a Female Slave from the Period of the Gaochang Kingdom under the Rule of Qu Clan.”
Nairiku Ajia gengo no kenkyû = Studies on the Inner Asian Languages 4 (1988), 1989 March, pp. 1-50.
2. Dolkun Kämbiri / H. Umemura / T. Moriyasu
“Uiguru-bun Bukkyô sonzô juryô meirei monjo kenkyû ---USp. No. 64 nado ni mieru ‘chuv’ no kaishaku wo kanete ---.”
“A Study on the Uyghur Order Document of Receiving Buddhist Portraits : Interpretation of the Word ‘chuv’ Seen in the USp. No. 64 and Others Combined.”
Journal of Asian and African Studies 40, 1990 September, pp. 13-34, incl. 2 pls., (English summary) pp. 13-14.
3. K. Iwami / T. Moriyasu
“Chinese Epitaph of a Turkish Lady of Ashina Clan from the Tang Period Found in Mongolia.”
Nairiku Ajia gengo no kenkyû = Studies on the Inner Asian Languages 13, 1998 September, pp. 93-110, +2 pls.
4. Y. Yoshida / T. Moriyasu
“A Preliminary Report on the Recent Survey of Archaeological Sites and Inscriptions from the Turkic and Uighur Period in Mongolia.”
Nairiku Ajia gengo no kenkyû = Studies on the Inner Asian Languages 13, 1998 September, pp. 129-170.
5. T. Moriyasu / Y. Yoshida / A. Katayama
“Qara-Balgasun Inscription.”
T. Moriyasu / A. Ochir (eds.), Provisional Report of Researches on Historical Sites and Inscriptions in Mongolia from 1996 to 1998, Toyonaka, 1999 March, pp. 209-224.
6. T. Moriyasu / Peter Zieme
“From Chinese to Uighur Documents.”
Nairiku Ajia gengo no kenkyû = Studies on the Inner Asian Languages 14, 1999 September, pp. 73-102, +7 pls.
7. Y. Yoshida / T. Moriyasu
“Bezekuriku shutsudo Sogudo-go Uiguru-go Mani-kyôto tegamibun.”
“Manichaean Sogdian and Uighur Letters Recently Unearthed in Bezeklik, Turfan.”
Nairiku Ajia gengo no kenkyû = Studies on the Inner Asian Languages 15, 2000 October, pp. 135-178.


II - a

1. Uiguru Mani-kyô-shi no kenky.
A Study on the History of Uighur Manichaeism. --- Research on Some Manichaean Materials and Their Historical Background ---.
Õsaka daigaku bungakubu kiyô = Memoirs of the Faculty of Letters, Osaka University 31/32, 1991 August, 248 p., +34 pls., 23 figs., 2 maps. (Separate issue with hard cover: Kyoto, Hôyû shoten, 1991.)

II – b (joint work)

1. Sh. Kuwayama (ed.),
Huichao’s Wang wu-Tianzhu-guo zhuan. Record of Travels in Five Indic Regions. Translation and Commentary. Kyoto, Kyôto daigaku jinbun kagaku kenkyûsho, 1992 March. (Reprint: Kyoto, Rinsen shoten, 1998 January.)
2. N. Yamada; edited and revised by J. Oda, P. Zieme, H. Umemura & T. Moriyasu
Sammlung uigurischer Kontrakte. 3 vols., Suita (Osaka), Osaka University Press, 1993 December. (This work is written both in Japanese and in German.)
3. T. Moriyasu / A. Ochir (eds.),
Provisional Report of Researches on Historical Sites and Inscriptions in Mongolia from 1996 to 1998, Toyonaka, Faculty of Letters of Osaka University, The Society of Central Eurasian Studies, 1999 March.
4. Xinjiang Tulufan diqu wenwuju (ed.),
Tulufan xinchu Monijiao wenxian yanjiu, Beijing (Peking), Wenwu chubanshe, 2000 January.


III

1. T. Moriyasu / A. Ochir (eds.), Provisional Report of Researches on Historical Sites and Inscriptions in Mongolia from 1996 to 1998, Toyonaka, Faculty of Letters of Osaka University, The Society of Central Eurasian Studies, 1999 March.
2. T. Moriyasu (ed.), World History Reconsidered through the Silk Road, (Osaka University The 21st Century COE Program Interface Humanities Research Activities 2002*2003, Vol. 3), Osaka, Osaka University, Graduate School of Letters, 2003 December.
3. T. Moriyasu (ed.), Papers on the Pre-Islamic Documents and Other Materials Unearthed from Central Asia, Kyoto, Hôyû shoten, 2004 March.
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