Seminars

 

2006

The Second Korean-Japanese Conference of British History

Intellectual Framework, Education and a Birth of 'History' in Modern Britain

 

Novemberr 23 ,2006  Nakanoshima Center, Osaka University

Sponsored by: Haskins Society Japan

 

Korean-Japanese Forum for the Study of British History

The 21st Century COE Project of Osaka University: “Interface humanities” And Grant-in Aid (B) on Global History Project, Osaka University

 

Introduction: Hirokazu Tsurushima  (Kumamoto University Kumamoto University & Haskins Society Japan)

 

Session One: Intellectual framework

 

Seungrae Cho (Chongju University)

Two Rival Views of Liberty in Early Modern Britain

 

Rie Tomita (Tokai Women’s University)

Seventeenth Century Revolutions in Scottish Parliamentary Acts

 

Tarou Inai (Hiroshima University)

The King’s two bodies in Tudor Monarchy

 

Woon-Ok Yeom (Hanyang University)

Making a ‘Social Body’ and Gender: Edwin Chadwick's 1842 Sanitary Report

  

 

Session Two: Institutionalization of Education

 

Young-Suk Lee (Gwangju University)

Disputes on Examination and Intellectuals in the Late Victorian Age

 

Yoshihito Yasuhara (Hiroshima University)

The Social Origins and Post-Graduate Careers of Cambridge Senior Wranglers 1748-1909

 

Joong-Lak Kim ( Kyungpook National University)

The Institutionalization of Higher Education for Women in Cambridge,1870-1948

 

Sung-Sook Lee (Hanyang Univ.ersity)

Education and Gender Equality in Britain, 1840-1902

 

 

Session Three: A birth of ‘History’

 

William M. Aird (University of Cardiff)

Edward A Freeman's Methods of Historical Study

 

Comment by Hirokazu Tsurushima  (Kumamoto University)

Mr John Horace Round (1854-1928) and his attack against Professor Freeman; Science or Description

 

Sangsoo Kim (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)

The Relationship between History and Literature: Intertextuality and Agency

 

 

20th Global History Seminar

'Time, Space, and Economic Institutions of Early-Modern Maritime Asia'
30 October 2006 at Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University
co-organized by the Department of World History

 

R. Bin Wong (UCLA Asia Institute)

Maritime Asia in the Longue Duree: Institutional Change in Regional Focus

 

George Bryan Souza (National University of Singapore)

A Global History of the Political Economy of Commerce and Commodities in Asia and the Early Modern World? An Introduction

 

 

19th Global History Seminar

6 October 2006 at Kyoto Sangyo University

co-organized by Faculty of Economics, Kyoto Sangyo University
 
Lars Magnusson (Upsala University, Sweden)
Proto-industrialization in Sweden: Context and consequences
Comment by Osami Saoto (HitotsubashiUniversity) ‘Proto-industrialization’ in the light of a recent debate in global economic history

 

 

 

18th Global History Seminar

21 September at Nakanoshima-center, Osaka University

co-organized by Research group of Prof. Kan on American diplomatic history

 

 

Ilya V. Gaiduk (Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of World History)

The Cold War: New Approaches, New Documents

Comment by Hideki Kan (Seinan Jo Gakuin University)

 

 

 

17th Global History Seminar

15 July 2006 at Nakanoshima-center, Osaka University 

 

Antony G.Hopkins (University of Texas, Austin)

Interactions between the Universal and the Local

Comment by Shigeru Akita (Osaka University)

 

 

16th Global History Seminar
20 May 2006 at Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University
 
Pierrick Pourchasse (University of Bretagne, France)
The Consulates, an essential Service for the World of Trade: A Comparative Approach between France and Scandinavia
Comment by Toshiaki Tamaki (Kyoto Sangyo University)
 
Wolfgang Schwentker (Osaka University)
Globalization and Historiography: Themes, Methods and the Critique of Global History
Comment by Shigeru Akita (Osaka University)

 

 

15th Global History Seminar

20 April 2006 at Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University

co-organized by the Department of World History

 

 

Harriet T. Zurndorfer (University of Leiden)

Science without Modernization: China’s First Encounter with Useful and Reliable Knowledge from Europe

Comment by Tsuyoshi Katayama (Osaka University)

 

 

14th Global History Seminar

28 March 2006 at Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University 

 

Paul Kratoska (National University of Singapore)

How the British altered the ecology of Irrawaddy Delta

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