Workshops 11-17

17th Global History Workshop

AAS (Association Asian Studies), ENIUGH (European Network in Universal and Global History) 研究報告の予備発表

March 2- 4 , 2011  Matsuyama University

 

DAY 1,  March 2: ENIUGH Session

Historical Origins of  'East Asian Resurgence': Economic nationalism, developmentalism and the International Order of Asia,

c. 1950s-1970s

 

(1) Ichiro Maekawa (Soka University)

      'British Aid and Decolonization 1950s-1970s' [LSE Epstein Lecture 2011]

 

(2) Shigeru Akita (Osaka University)

      'The Aid-India Consortium and the International Order of Asia, 1958-1965'

 

(3) Toru Kubo (Shinshu University)

     'Chinese policies on textile industries in the 1950s and 1960s'

 

(4) Kaoru Sugihara (kyoto University)

     'Developmentalism, Intra-Asian Trade and Asia's Regional Economic Order, 1945-1979'

 

(5) General Discussion I

      Including Paper by Gerold Krozewski, 'Aid-and the post-colonial world: British overseas development, economic nationalism, 

     and colonial legacies after 1964'

 

DAY 2 , March  3: Morning Session-Reconsideration of the 19th century

(6) Osamu Saito (ex-Hitotsubashi University and Keio University)

    'Early Meiji Japan: a developmental state?'

 

(7) Takeshi Nishimura (Matsuyama University)

    'London Silver Market and international silver circulation' 

 

(8) Mark Mezler (University of Texas, Austin)

    'Indonesia in the Great Depression of the Late Nineteenth Century'

  

 

Afternoon AAS Hawaii Congress Session (The Long Eighteenth Century)

Maritime Asian Merchants and the Asian Economy and Society in Transition, 1750-1900:

Global Economic Changes and Local Responses

 

(9) Tsukawa Mizushima (University of Tokyo)

     'Linking the Rural Society with the Global Economy: the Role of the Nattukottai Chettiyars'

 

(10) Tomotaka Kawamura (University of Toyama)

      'Merchants and Mercantile Community in Early Singapore'

 

(11) Atsushi Ota (Academia Sinica, Taipei) 

       'Harvest from Tropical Seas and Jungles: Trade of Non-colonial Products in the Outer Island, c. 1850-1890

 

(12) George Bryan Souza (University of Texas, San Antonio)

      'Marginalized Competitors: Portuguese Shipping, Merchants, and China's Maritime Trade, c. 1750- to C.1835'

 

DAY 3,  March 4 : AAS Hawaii Congress Session

(13) Ryuto Shimada (Seinan Gakuin University)

      'Reconsideration of the Dutch-Japan Trade in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century'

 

(14) General Discussion II

        Including Paper by Liu Yong (University of Xiamen, China)

       'The Sino-Western Maritime Trade in the Era of Global Commercial Expansion, 1750-1850'

 

(15) General Discussion for Japanese Publication

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

 

 

16th Global History Workshop

Global History and Maritime Asia Workshop :

Exploring global linkages between Asian Maritime World and Trans-Atlantic World

 

April 9, 2010   Nakanoshima Center, Osaka University

 

Kimiaki TAKAHASHI (Nagoya University)

Distance Matters ? : Human Trafficking in Maritime East Asia

 

Masaki MUKAI (Osaka University)

Regenerating Trade Diaspora:Supra-regional contacts and the role of “hybrid muslims” in the South China Sea during the 10-15th centuries

 

Klaus Weber (Former the Rothschild Archives, UK and University of Hamburg, Germany)

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

 

Kazuo KOBAYASHI (Osaka University)

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

 

Norifumi DAITO (Kobe University)

An Iranian Port City of Bandar Abbas in the 18th Century: A case study of the East India Company’s Brokers

                                                                                                                                          

 

15th Global History Workshop

12-13 December , 2009 Nakanoshima Center, Osaka University 

 

DAY 1  December 12

The British Empire and Asia in the Long Eighteenth Century

 

Anthony Webster (Liverpool John Moors University, UK)

A New View of Gentlemanly Capitalism: British Economic Interests and Colonial Policy in Asia 1790-1860

 

Chairperson: Shigeru Akita (Osaka University)

 

Ryuto Shimada (Seinan Gakuin University)

Dutch Commercial Networks in Asia in transition, 1740-1830

 

Yukihisa Kumagai (Kyoto Seika University)

Scottishness and the British Empire: The Glasgow East India Association and the East India trade, 1829-1833

 

Atsushi Ota (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)

'Illicit'Networks and Empire Formation in the Straits of Malacca, 1820-1840

 

Commentator: Tomotaka Kawamura (University of Toyama)

 

DAY 2  December 13

Book Review: Yoichi Kibata   『イギリス帝国と帝国主義』 書評会

 

Comments by Ichiro Maekawa (Soka University)   Katsuhiko Kitagawa (Kansai University)

【Author response】 Yoichi Kibata (Seijyo University)

            

                                                                                                                                         

 

14th Global History Workshop

グローバルヒストリー研究の新展開と近現代世界史像の再考

24- 25 October , 2009  University of Tokyo

 

DAY 1 24 October,2009

Session 1「東アジアの奇跡」(20世紀)班

Shigeru Akita (Osaka University)  

「総論:アジア発のグローバルヒストリー研究の探求 新たな近現代世界史像の模索、1950-60年代アジア国際経済秩序」

Yuji Nishimura (Mtsuyama University) 

「新産金と国際金本位制」

Ichiro Maekawa( Soka University)

An interim Report: 2008-2009 Preparation for Political Economy of African Independence

Toru Kubo (University of Tokyo) 

「戦後東アジア綿業の展開」

 Kaoru Sugihara (CSEAS, Kyoto University)

「東アジアの奇跡と世界経済秩序」

 

Session 2 「長期の18世紀」

Tsukasa Mizushima (University of Tokyo)

「後背地と港市とのつながりの密接化がもたらすもの」

Ryuto Shimada (Seinan Gakuin University)

「長期の18世紀におけるアジアの経済データについて」

Tomotaka Kawamura (Toyama University)

「ペナン・シンガポール・マラッカの人口」

Atsushi Ota (Academia Sinica、Taipei)

「長期の18世紀、ジャワにおける価格データについて」

Mamoru Murakami (Yokohama National University)

「近代華南宴会の社会経済変動」

Kayoko Fujita (RitsumeikanAsia Pacific University)

「長い18世紀における港市長崎と後背地」

 

DAY 2 25 October, 2009

Session 3  Dicussion

 

Session 4  長期アジア経済統計をめぐって

Konosuke Odaka (Professor emeritus,Hitotsubashi University)

「Asian Historical Statistics Project の背景と将来」

 

Commentator: Osamu Saito (University of Cambridge)

General Discussion 

 

                                                             

 

13th Global History Workshop

Eurasian History and Global History

September 14. 2009   Nakanoshima Center, Osaka University

 

Maxine Berg (University of Warwick, UK)

Trading Eurasia: the Asian export ware sector and European industrialization

Commentator: Atsushi Ota (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)

 

Huw Bowen (Swansea University, UK)

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

Commentator: Ryuto Shimada (Seinan Gakuen University, Japan)

 

John Darwin (University of Oxford, UK)

The British empire as a global system 1830-1970

Commentator: Shigeru Akita (Osaka University, Japan)

                                                   

 

12th Global History Workshop

May 28, 2009    Nakanoshima Centre, Osaka University

 

Maritime Trade and Hinterland in Eighteenth Century Asia

organaized by T. Mizushima, George Souza and Dennis Flynn

Commentators: Dennis Flynn (University of The Pacific, USA)

 

Osamu Saito (Emiritus Professor, Hitotsubashi University)

Tsukasa Mizushima (University of Tokyo)

Ryuto Shimada (Seinan Gakuin University)  

South-East Asian Tin Production and its Export Trade in the Eighteenth Century

Atsushi Ota (Academia Sinica, Taipei)

Kayoko Fujita (Ritsumeikan Asia-Pacific University)

Maritime trade and the shogunal port of Nagasaki in early modern Japan

Tomotaka Kawamura ( Toyama University)

Maritime Asian Trade and Colonization of Penang,c.1780-1830

                                                                                                                                           ​

 

11th Global History Workshop

科研「グローバルヒストリー研究の新展開と近現代世界史像の再考」

2008年度・第三回淡路研究会

1-3 March, 2009    Awaji Yumebutai International Conference Center

 

DAY 1 1 March, 2008

Session I:外部招聘者講演

①Masahiro Furukawa (Doshisha University)

「イギリスの奴隷貿易・奴隷制廃止運動とシエラ・レオネ植民地」

 

Session II:「東アジアの奇跡とグローバルヒストリー研究」班【日本語】

②Shigeru Akita(Osaka University)

「東アジアの「奇跡」から東アジアのルネサンスへ:世界銀行のアジア世界認識とグローバルヒストリー」

③Toru Kubo(Shinshu Universit)

「戦後東アジア綿業の展開」

④Katsutomo Sakurai ( Ex-employee , Itochu Corporation / Doshisha University)

「合成繊維の出現が変えた繊維産業および業界構造の一面について」

 

DAY 2 2 March, 2008

⑤Yuji Nishimura(Matsuyama University)

「20世紀初頭のインド省における銀購入の一事例:サミュエル・モンタギュ商会との関係を通して」

 

Session III:「長期の18世紀とグローバルヒストリー研究」班

(Pre-Conference for 2009 World Economic History Congress: Maritime Trade and Hinterland in Eighteenth Century Asia, organized by T.Mizushima, George Souza and Dennis Flynn)

Commentator: George B. Souza (University of Texas, St. Antonio and Macao Historical Archives)

 

⑥Tsukasa Mizushima (University of Tokyo)

Aims of the Session and “Linking Hinterlands with Colonial Port Towns: Madras and Pondicherry in Early Modern India”

 

⑦Ryuto Shimada (Seinan Gakuin University)

“South-East Asian Tin Production and its Export Trade in the Eighteenth Century”

 

⑧Atsushi Ota (Academia Sinica, Taipei) 

“Pepper for Power: Impact of Maritime Trade on Rural Baten, c.1760-1790”

 

⑨Kayoko Fujita (Ritsumeikan Asia-Pacific University) 0

“The Socio-cultural and Economic Impacts of Textile Imports: the case of Japan in the Long-18th Century”

 

⑩Tomotaka Kawamura (Toyama University)

“Maritime Trade and the British settlements in the Straits of Malacca, 1780-1830”

 

⑪ General Discussion for Session 3 (Pre-Conference)

 

DAY3    3 March, 2008

Session IV:Global Economic History and World History

⑫Osamu Saito (Hitotsubashi University)

“Forest History and the Great Divergence: China, Japan and the West”

 

⑬Kaoru Sugihara (Kyoto University)

“The Emergence of a Fossil-fuel-driven World Economy”

 

Session V:General Discussion

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