Seminars

 

2016

 

 

58th Global History Seminar

16:30-18:30   22 December 2016

Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University

 

 Makimura, Yasuhiro (Associate professor, Iona College, USA)

"How 10 Trade Goods Moved World History:  An Analysis of the Global Trades
in Silk, Porcelain, Spices, Cotton, Guns, Slaves, Sugar, Silver, Tea, and
Opium from the 15th Century to the 19 Century."

 

57th Global History Seminar

16:30-18:30   21 December 2016

Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University

 

Arun Bandopadhyay ((Retired) Nurul Hasan Professor of History,University of Calcutta)

​Technical Education, Swadeshi and Development in Bengal:

  The Story of Engineering in the Global Context of the Early Twentieth Century

56th Global HIstory Seminar

16:30--18:30   2 November 2016

Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University

 

A. G. Hopkins (Emeritus Smuts Professor of Commonwealth History at the University of Cambridge, and an Emeritus Fellow of Pembroke College)

American Empire’ in the twentieth century

55th Global History Seminar 

10:30-     28 October 2016

Graduate School of Foreign Studies(Minoh Campus), Osaka University, Bldg B, Presentation room

Harmen Beukers (Leiden University)

Tekijuku's crucial role in the transmission of European medicine

54th Global History Seminar 

6 October 2016

Graduate School of Foreign Studies(Minoh Campus), Osaka University, Bldg B, Presentation room

Keat Gin Ooi (University Sains Malaysia)

An Imperial Vision and New World Order Imperial Japan’s Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere

​​53th Global History Seminar

15:30-17:30  24 July 2016 

Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University

Sun Laichen  (California State Univesity, Fllerton, Visiting Professor)

Asian Warships during the Century of Warfare in Eastern Eurasia, c. 1550-1683

52th Global History Seminar

16:30-18:30  22 July 2016 

Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University

Dr. Moritz von Brescius (University of Konstanz) 

The German and Japanese Empires: Great Power Competition and the World Wars

 

 

51th Global History Seminar

Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University, 1st June 2016

 

Richard Drayton (Rhodes Professor of Imperial History, King’s College London)

European empires and the origins of modern inequality

 

 

 

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