Seminars

 

2003-2004

 

7th Global History Seminar
15 December 2004 at Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University
co-organized by Economic History Research group of Osaka
 
Patrick K. O'Brien ( London School of Economics , UK )
Colonies in a Globalizing Economy 1815-1948
Comment by Shigeru Akita (Osaka University)
6th Global History Seminar
1 November 2004 at Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University
 
Leos Muller (Sodertorn University College, Sweden)
Swedish East India Company and trade in tea, 1731-1813
Comment by Toshiaki Tamaki (Kyoto Sangyo University)
 
5th Global History Seminar
23 July 2004 at Graduate School of Economics, Osaka University
co-organized by Economic History Research group of Osaka
Bruce Cumings (University of Chicago, USA)
The Korea-Centric Japanese Imperium and the Transformation of the International System from the 1930s to the 1950s
Comments by Shigeru Akita (Osaka University) and Toru Kubo (Shinshu University)

 
23 July  2004  at Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University
Katsuhiko Kitagawa (Kansai University)
The Problem for the revision of the Treaty of Congo-basin and Japan in the 1930s
4th Global History Seminar
8 June 2004 at Graduate School of Economics, Osaka University
co-organized by Economic History Research group of Osaka

 
John Brewer (California Institute of Technology, USA)
Fiscal Military State and After
Comment by Takuo Dome (Osaka University)

 9 June 2004 at Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University
John Brewer (California Institute of Technology, USA)
Historians and the Study of Everyday Life
Comment by Shigeru Akita (Osaka University)
3rd Global History Seminar
7 May 2004 at Graduate School of Economics, Osaka University
co-organized by Economic History Research group of Osaka
 
Jack Goldstone (George Mason University, USA)
Efflorescences and Economic Growth in World History: Rethinking the ‘The Rise of the West' and the Industrial Revolution
Comment by Kaoru Sugihara (Osaka University)
 
8 May 2004 at Nakanoshima-center, Osaka University
 
Jack Goldstone (George Mason University, USA)
It's all about State Structure? New Findings on Revolutionary Origins from Global Data
Comment by Norihisa Yamashita (Hokkaido University)
2nd Global History Seminar
16 April 2004 at Graduate School of Economics, Osaka University,
co-organized by Economic History Research group of Osaka
 
David Washbrook (St Antony's College, University of Oxford)
South Asia in World Capitalism
 
17 April 2004 at Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University
David Washbrook (St Antony's College, University of Oxford)
Colonialism and the Economy of South-East India , c.1700-1900
 
Tsukasa Mizushima (University of Tokyo)
South India between 1770s and 1880s: a view from the bottom
1st Global History Seminar
 8-9 November 2003 at Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University
Brian R. Tomlinson (SOAS, University of London)
South Asia in Global History
 Book Review: Norihisa Yamashita, Sekaishisutemu-ron de yomu Nihon [Japan seen from the Modern World-System] (Tokyo: Kodansha, 2003).
Comments by Yujiro Aga (Osaka University of Foreign Studies), Masashi Haneda (University of Tokyo), Shigeru Akita (Osaka University) and Toshiaki Tamaki (Kyoto Sangyo University)
 

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