Seminars

 

2005

 

13th Global History Seminar
8 December 2005 at Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University
 
Toshiaki TAMAKI (Kyoto Sangyo University)
Shift of the Core of European World Economy 1500-1815: The Dutch Produced British Hegemony
 
Anthony C. Howe (University of East Anglia)
Free Trade and Global Order: the rise and fall of a Victorian Vision
 
Peter J. Cain (Sheffield Hallam University)
Bayly's new Global History and Traditional theories of European Imperialism

 

 

12th Global History Seminar
4 October 2005 at Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University
co-organized by Economic History Research group of Osaka
 
Shigeru Akita (Osaka University)
International Economic Order of East Asia in the 1950s - focusing on the sterling area and Japan
 
David Washbrook (St Antony's College, University of Oxford)
The British Community in India

                                                                                                                                            

 

11th Global History Seminar
27 September 2005 at Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University
 
Walter Demel (Universitat der Bundeswehr Munchen)
Nobility in a Global Perspective
 
Atsushi Aoki (Osaka University)
Local Elites in Medieval China
 

 

 

10th Global History Seminar
16-17 July 2005 at Kitakyushu City University
co-organized by Research group of Prof. Kan on American diplomatic history
 
Jun Furuya(Hokkaido University)
New Historiography for the study of American Empire
 
Takeshi Igarashi (University of Tokyo)
Informal type of the Republic of America and the Present World
 
Yuta Sasaki (Aichi Prefectural University)
Political and Social factors of Imperialistic interventions and their logic: British case in post-Second World War era
 
Bruce Cumings (University of Chicago)
Westward Expansion and the Pacific in American Global Power
 
Norihisa Yamashita (Hokkaido University)
Empire as a Mode of Globality: Rethinking the Early Modern Globality and Alternation of‘Long Centuries'
 

 

 

9th Global History Seminar
7 May 2005 at Graduate School of Economics, Osaka University
co-organized by Economic History Research group of Osaka
 
Patricia Hudson (Cardiff University, UK)
Everyday Life in Textile manufacturing communities
Comments by Tomoko Hashino (Kobe University) and Yoshihiko Okabe (Osaka University)

 

 

 

8th Global History Seminar 
7 February 2005 at Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University
 
Dennis Flynn (University of Pacific, USA)
Globalization Began in 1571
 
9 February 2005 at Graduate School of Economics, Osaka University
co-organized by Economic History Research group of Osaka
 
Dennis Flynn (University of Pacific, USA)
Silver Circulation in Early Modern Asia
 
10 February 2005 at Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, University of Tokyo, co-organized by Japan Association for South Asian Studies
 
Dennis Flynn (University of Pacific, USA)
Silver Circulation and South Asia in the 17-18 centuries
Comment by Tsukasa Mizushima (University of Tokyo)
 

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