​Discussions Papers

 

2018

Devid S. Painter  (Georgetown University,  USA)

The Oil Crises of the 1970S and the Cold War

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2016

Yasuhiro Makimura (Iona College, USA)

How Ten 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 Fifteenth Century to the Nineteenth Century

 

                                                                                                                                                                   

2015

The Movements of the People, Goods, Culture under the Political Situation in Eurasia

 

Maruyo Kawakami (Nara Women's University)

Buddhism and Diplomacy in Tang China

 

Phạm Thị Thanh Huyền – Phạm Lê Huy (Vietnam National University, Hanoi)

Contacts with the Islamic World in Northern Vietnam from 7th century to 13th century

 

Kazuma Ito (Osaka City University, Research Fellow of JSPS)

Military Policy during the Northern Song Dynasty in Eastern Eurasia

 

Tsubasa Nakamura (Osaka University)

The Maritime East Asian Networks in the Song-Yuan Period

 

Kazuki Yoshikawa (Osaka University, Graduate student )

The Presence of Chinese Merchants in the Lạng Sơn Region of Vietnam during the Seventeenth Century

 

Mari Ozaki (Osaka University, Research Fellow of JSPS)

Local Officials of the Edo Shogunate during the Late Early-Modern Period

-The Case of the Second Conquest of the Choshu Domain-

                                                                                                                                                                   

2014

Dane Kennedy (George Washington University)

Imperial Parasitism: British Explorers and African Empires

 

                                                                                                                                                                                        

2010

Klaus Weber (The Rothschild Archive, the United Kingdom; Institut für Geschichte der deutschen Juden, Germany)

Germany, the Atlantic Slave Trade, and the New World Plantation Economies, 15th to 18th Centuries

 

Kazuo Kobayashi (Osaka University, JAPAN;JSPS Research Fellow)

British Atlantic Slave Trade and East Indian Textiles, 1650s-1808

 

Norifumi Daito (Kobe University, JAPAN)

An Iranian Port City of Bandar Abbas in the 18th Century: A Case Study of the East India Company‟s Brokers

 

Masaki Mukai (Osaka University, JAPAN)

Regenerating Trade Diaspora: Supra-regional Contacts and the Role of “Hybrid Muslims” in the South China Sea since the late 10th to mid-13th Century

 

Prasenjit Duara (National University of Singapore)

The Cold War as Historical Period: An Interpretive Essay

 

Tomotaka Kawamura (University of Toyama, Japan)

The British Empire and Asia in the Long Eighteenth Century

 

H.V. Bowen (Swansea University)

Re-imagining, reconstructing, and re-estimating British trade with Asia, c. 1750–1830 

 

                                                                                                                                                                   

 

2009

Takao Moriyasu (Osaka University)

The Discovery of Manichaean Paintings in Japan and their Historical Background

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Masaharu Arakawa (Osaka University)

The aspects of Sogdians' trading activities under the Western Turkic state and the Tang Empire

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Dai Matsui (Hirosaki University)

Mongol Globalism Attested by the Uigur and Mongol Documents from East Turkestan

 

Yoichi Kibata (Seijo University)

World/Global History from a Japanese Perspective

 

Hiroyuki Kotani (Professor Emeritus, Tokyo Metropolitan University)

Land-System-Centred Perspective of History: A Citicism

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Anthony Reid (Singapore/ Canberra/ Kyoto)

World History for our Time and Place: The Historian's contemporary Responsibility

 

Shiro Momoki (Osaka University)

Revitalizing Historical Research and Education: A Challange from Osaka

 

Isao Ishibashi (Kanagawa Prefectural Fujisawasogo High School)

Crisis facing the world history at Japanese high school

 

Yang Biao (楊 彪) (East China Normal University Shanghai)

Teaching World History in China: Patterns in Changing

 

Kazuhiko Kondo (University of Tokyo)

Invention of ‘world history’ in 1949 and globalizations since the sixteenth century

 

Shigeki Yoshimine (Hokkaido Sapporo Kita High School)

Japanese “Northern History” and World History in High School Education: Commodities and Everyday Life in the Okhotsk Coastal Areas in the 1850s

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Meugn-Hoan NOH, (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul)

The Need for Education in Korean History as International History: Centered on the historical illustration of the mutual impacts and comparative aspects between Korea and Germany under the influence of the foreign policy of the USA from 1945 to 1990

 

Shigeru Akita (Osaka University)

The International Order of Asia in the 1930s and 1950s'

 

B.R. (Tom) Tomlinson (SOAS, University of London)

Colonialism, Decolonisation and State-Buiding in India, 1930-1960: A Global History Perspective

 

Yu-Ping Lee (Institute of Modern History Academia Sinica, Taiwan)

Two Kinds of Imperialism and the Asian Economic Order: British and Japanese Maritime Competition during the Late 1930s

 

Colin M.Lewis (London School of Economics and Political Science)

Between "Informal Empire" and "Good Neighbor": Latin America in an age of shifting global polarity,

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Ichiro Maekawa (Soka University)

Not Dependency, But Complementary: Still How Can the Independent State be Strong Enough

to Manage both both Internal and External Relations?

 

                                                                                                                                                                   

 

2008

Patrick Karl O’Brien (London School of Economics)

Global History for Global Citizenship

 

Roy Bin Wong (Asia Institute & Department of History, 
University of California, Los Angeles, USA)

East Asia in the Longue Durée: Regions in World History 

 

George Bryan Souza

Agency, Monopoly,  and Commerce: The Administrators of the Junta do Tobaco in Asia and the Atlantic, Indian Ocean, and Global Economies, 1674 to 1774

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2007

Kent G. Deng (London School of Economics)

Foreign Silver, China’s Economy and Globalization of Sixteenth to the Nineteenth Centuries

 

Susanne Weigelin-Schwiedrzik (University of Vienna)

World History and Chinese History: 20th Century Chinese Historiography between Universality and Particularity

 

Kent G. Deng (London School of Economics)

The State and Market in China’s Traditional Maritime Sector

 

Michael North (Department of History, Ernst Moritz Arndt University Greifswald)

The Baltic Region in the World Economy

 

 

2006

Juergen Osterhammel (University of Constanz)

Approaches to Global History and the Question of the "Civilizing Mission"

 

Jan Luiten van Zanden(Utrecht University, The Netherlands)

Wages, Prices, and Living Standards in China, Japan, and Europe, 1738-1925

 

Jan Luiten van Zanden (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)

Girlpower: The European Marriage Pattern (EMP) and labour markets in the North Sea region in the late medieval and early modern period

 

 

2005

Dennis Flynn (University of Pacific, USA)

Globalization Began in 1571

[翻訳]平山篤子訳「グローバリゼーションは1571年に始まった」『パブリック・ヒストリー(大阪大学西洋史学会)』第3号(2006年)、19-33頁

 

David Wolff (Woodrow Wilson Center, USA and Seikei University)

From Regional to Global: The 20th Century History of Soy as a Commodity

[翻訳] 左近幸村訳「地域から地球的規模へ:商品としての大豆の20世紀史」

※ 英文原稿にかんしては、中国現代史研究会編『現代中国研究』第18号(2006年)、64-76頁をご参照下さい。

 

Walter Demel (Universität der Bundeswehr München)

Nobility in a Global Perspective

 

Aoki Atsushi (Osaka University)

Local Elites in Medieval China

 

 

2004

John Brewer (California Institute of Technology, USA)

Microhistory and the Histories of Everyday life

[翻訳] 水田大紀訳「ミクロヒストリーと日常生活の歴史」『パブリック・ヒストリー(大阪大学西洋史学会)』第2号(2005年)、19-37頁

 

Leos Müller (Sodertorn University College, Sweden)

Swedish East India Company and trade in tea, 1731-1813

[翻訳] 玉木俊明訳「スウェーデン東インド会社と茶貿易 1731-1813」『パブリック・ヒストリー(大阪大学西洋史学会)』第2号(2005年)、60-72頁  

 

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