6月 282017
 

2017年7月4-5号,回根特大学参加了一个国际会议。详情如下:

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

 Seafaring, Trade, and Knowledge Transfer: Maritime Politics and Commerce in Early Middle Period to Early Modern China and Beyond

Culture and Convention Center Het Pand,

Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium

July 4-5, 2017

Conference Schedule


Tuesday, 4 July

08:15    Registration

08:50    Opening Remarks by Angela SCHOTTENHAMMER


09:00   Session 1: Administration and Politics (Chair: Angela Schottenhammer)

09:00-09:30    Paola CALANCA (EFEO, France): Family Strategies during the Ming-Qing Transition: Focus on Sea Coastal’s Minnan Region

09:30-10:00    Robert J. ANTONY (Guangzhou University, China): Mountains, Rivers, and Sea: Canton and the Lianyang Trading System in Historical Perspective

10:00-10:30    Coffee break

10:30-11:00    John CHAFFEE (Binghamton University, NY, USA): Song and Yuan Maritime Administration Compared: Implications for Knowledge Transfer

11:00-11:30    Tansen SEN (Baruch College, NY, USA, National University of Singapore, Director of the Nalanda-Sriwijaya Centre, SG): The Mongols and the Changing Patterns of Indian Ocean Connections

11:30-12:00   Leonard BLUSSÉ (Leiden University, The Netherlands): Shreds of Chinese Business Correspondence: a Collection of Letters sent by the Yang Hangof Xiamen

12:00-12:30    Discussion

12:30-13:30    Lunch break


13:30       Session 2: People and their Environment (Chair: Leonard Blussé)

13:30-14:00    Ellen Xiangyu CAI (Guangzhou University, China): On the Negotiation on the Translation of the Dutch Letter of Credence to the Qianlong Emperor in 1794

14:00-14:30    Patrizia CARIOTI (Università di Napoli l’Orientale, Italy): The Intriguing World of the Tōjin in Nagasaki in the 16th-18th centuries

14:30-15:00    Coffee break

15:00-15:30   MA Guang (Shandong University, China): Free Market, Natural Disasters, Climate Change, and the Wokou in Yuan China

15:30-16:00   Mathieu TORCK (Ghent University, Belgium): Qi Jiguang and the Defense of China’s Sea Border during the Ming Dynasty

16:00-16:30    XU Zhexin (Salzburg University, Austria): Publication of Medical Texts in Fujian During the Ming Dynasty

16:30-17:00    Discussion


Wednesday, 5 July

08:30-09:00    Coffee


09:00       Session 3: Transfer of Knowledge and Technologies: Cartography and Nautics (Chair: Timothy Brook)

09:00-09:30    Radu LECA (Leiden University, The Netherlands): Imaginary Islands on East Asian Cartographic Sources from 15th  to 17th Centuries

09:30-10:00    Timothy BROOK (University of British Columbia, Canada): Mapping from the Water: Navigation and Global Cartography in the Ming

10:00-10:30    Coffee break

10:30-11:00    CHENG Weichung (Academia Sinica, Taipei): The VOC Nautical Investigations and Hydrographical Charting on China Coast and Taiwan between 1652 and 1668

11:00-11:30    Elke PAPELITZKY (Salzburg University, Austria): Seafaring Knowledge of Ming Literati: the Scholarly Dissemination of Sea Route Descriptions

11:30-12:00    Discussion

12:00-13:00    Lunch break


13:00       Session 4: Trade with the Indian Ocean World (Chair: Manel Ollé)

13:00-13:30    UbaldoI ACCARINO (Università di Napoli l’Orientale, Italy): The Sino-Japanese Trade in the Philippines and its actors between the 16th and 17th Centuries

13:30-14:00    Manel OLLÉ (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain): Transformation in the Commercial Projection of Manila in East Asia throughout the 17th Century

14:00-14:30    LI Man (independent scholar): Southern Han’s “Bad Money” in the Java Sea: Possible Logic for the Southward Money Flow in Early 10th Century

14:30-15:00    Coffee break

15:00-15:30    KIMURA Jun (Tokai University, Japan) and Mark E. STANIFORTH (Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia): Maritime Archaeological Evidence of the Early and Medieval South China Sea’s Commerce and Political Events in Vietnam

15:30-16:00    John GUY (Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY, USA): Crossroads of Asian Long Distance Exchange: Shipwreck Evidence of the 9th and 10th Centuries in the Java Sea Realm

16:00-16:30    Wim DE WINTER (Ghent University, Belgium): The Ostend Company and its Worlds: Trading Communities and Courtly Authority in 18th Century Canton and Bengal

16:30-18:00    Global Comparisons

Angela SCHOTTENHAMMER (Salzburg University, Austria): Was Traditional China’s Maritime Politics (Proto-) Colonialist?

Koen VERBOVEN (Ghent University): Imperial Seas: Rome, the Mediterranean and Seas Beyond, from Augustus (27 BC – AD 14) to Justinian I (AD 527 – 565)

Michael LIMBERGER (Ghent University): China’s antipode?: Seafaring, Trade and Maritime Connections in the North Sea area in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Period

Jean BOURGEOIS (Ghent University): Geoarcheological Research in the Turfan Oasis

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