Seminars

 

2017

 

 

65th Global History Seminar

 

18:00-20:00  20 December 2017

Shigakukyodo kenkyushitsu, Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University

 

Tomoko Akami (School of Culture, History and Language, ANU College of Asia & Pacific)

 

Lateral empires in modern global history and Asia

64th Global History Seminar

 

17:30-19:30   8 August 2017

Shigakukyodo kenkyushitsu, Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University

 

Sun Laichen (California State University, Fullerton /  Osaka University)

 

“Early modern translation in eastern Eurasia from a global perspective."

 

 

 

​63th Global History Seminar

 

16:30-18:00  25 July 2017

Daikaigishitsu, Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University

 

Bao Maohong  (Peking University, China)

 

“Environmental History and world History” 

 

commentator: Shoko Mizuno  (Komazawa University)  

62th Global History Seminar

 

16:30-18:30    7 June 2017

Machikaneyama-Kaikan, Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University

 

Jana K. Lipman(Tulane University)

 

Confinement and Mobility: The Paradox of the Refugee Experience

 

 

 

61th Global History Seminar

16:00-18:00  11 May 2017

Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University

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Prof. Robert H. Taylor


South East Asian Affairs Consultant,
Member, Immigration Appeals Tribunal, Department of Constitutional Affairs,
Associate Senior Fellow, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (Singapore)

​Professor emeritus, School of Oriental and African Studies,  University of London

 

Comparing the Role of the Military in the Politics of Southeast Asia:

Controlling or Playing Politics?

 

60th Global History Seminar

 

16:00-18:30  7 April 2017  

Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University

(1)Daisuke Furuya(Graduate School of Language and Culture)

Intermediators who connected between Europe and Asia:

“Swedish” experiences in the early modern East Asia

 

(2) Masashi Okada (Graduate School of Letters)

Highlanders’ Network in the Early Modern Sino-Vietnamese Borderlands:

New Aspects of Southeast Asian Upland History

 

(3) Hiroo Nakajima(Osaka School of International Public Policy)

From Inter-Imperial Relations to Transnational Connections:

A Case of Japan’s Intellectual Interchange

 

 

 

59th Global History Seminar

Joint seminar “Southeast Asia: Eyes from Outside and on the Internal Borders”

 

Date/Time: February 24, 2017, 14:30~17:00

Place: Osaka University, Minoh campus Bld. B Fl. 1 Presentation room

http://www.osaka-u.ac.jp/ja/access

http://www.osaka-u.ac.jp/ja/access/minoh/minoh.html

 

 

 

Program:

14:30~15:30

Dr. Momoki Shiro(Professor, Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University)

 

“Japanese Perception of Southeast Asia, Past and Present:

①How Did Japanese People Perceive Southeast Asia During the 18th to 19th Centuries?

②Southeast Asian History in Japanese High Schools: A Pessimistic”

 

15:45~16:45

Dr. Farish Ahmad-Noor

 (Associate Professor, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies Nanyang Technological University)

 

“Across borders in Southeast Asia Today: Envisioning future ASEAN integration based on the complex reality of people’s life.”

 

Organizer: Osaka University Forum of Area Studies(OUFAS), Research Group of Maritime Asian   History, Global History Seminar

 

Collaborator: Japan Foundation Asia Center

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