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1633003インド古典学(特殊講義)

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科目ナンバリング
  • G-LET13 61633 LJ36
開講年度・開講期 2020・前期
単位数 2 単位
授業形態 特殊講義
対象学生 大学院生
使用言語 英語
曜時限 月2
教員
  • KLEBANOV, Andrey(文学研究科 特定外国語担当講師)
授業の概要・目的 In this course, we will read and analyse the Vakroktijiivita by Kuntaka (fl. 10th century AD in Kashmir), an influential and yet largely unstudied representative of the Kashmiri alamkaara"saastra-tradtition.

During the first term, we will concentrate on Kuntaka's examination of the basic concepts of the concerned field, which is found in the first chapter (unme.sa) of his work. Among several discussions of great historical relevance, we will encounter Kuntaka’s deliberations about the nature and the classification of “vakrokti” and “vakrataa”, two core concept of the proposed literary theory, and explore his lengthy accounts of such terms as “maarga-” and “gu.na-”.

From the linguistic point of view, the Vakroktijiivita can be read in order to develop one’s skills in reading both technical (“saasrtric) as well as fine (kaavya) literature. The majority of discussed examples are provided with a short commentary, so that the text also provides an opportunity to sharpen one’s skills in reading Sanskrit commentaries.
到達目標 ― to develop understanding of the literary theory proposed by Kuntaka
― to develop understanding of the core concepts of the ala.mkaara"saastra-
― to develop skills in reading, understanding and translating "saastric literature in Sanskrit
― to develop skills in reading and understanding Classical Sanskrit kaavya
― to develop skills in reading and understanding of Sanskrit commentaries on kaavya
― to develop skills in reading and interpreting Sanskrit kaavya literature on the basis of its commentaries
授業計画と内容 After an introductory lecture (week 1), during the remaining weeks 2 to 15, we will read, translate and analyse the Vakroktijiivitam by Kuntaka.
成績評価の方法・観点 Preparation of translations of Sanskrit text at home, active participation in the classroom.
履修要件 This course is primarily directed at students starting from the third year of Sanskrit and above.
No prior exposure to Indian literary theories is necessary.
Classes will be held in English.
授業外学習(予習・復習)等 The students will need to prepare English (or any language) translations of Sanskrit texts.
教科書
  • The reading materials will be distributed during the class.