Thứ Sáu, 27 tháng 4, 2012

Đại hội lần thứ hai: Hiệp hội Châu Á các nhà sử học thế giới (AAWH)

The Second Congress: Asian Association of World Historians (AAWH)* 


Hôm nay ngày 27/4/20I2, Đại hội lần thứ hai Hiệp hội châu Á các nhà Sử học thế giới được tổ chức tại Viện Lịch sử thế giới và Lịch sử toàn cầu Đại học Nữ Ewha, Seoul Hàn Quốc (The Institute of World and Global History, Ewha Womans University ). Hội thảo sẽ diễn ra trong 3 ngày từ ngày 27-29/4. Dưới đây là chương trình chi tiết.**

 Friday, April 27th
  09:00-10:30     Registration 
  10:30-11:00        Opening Ceremony   
  11:00-12:00        Keynote Address I (Professor Tae-jin YI) 
  Lunch    12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. 



SESSION A.                                                                  
4/27/2012, 1:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.    
▶A1.    Thinking for the 21st Century: Big History as a First Year Experience 
- Organizer/ Chair: Mojgan BEHMAND (Dominican University of California, USA) 
(1) Mojgan BEHMAND (Dominican University of California, USA):“Envisioning and Creating an Inclusive Big History-Based First Year Experience”   
(2) Cynthia BROWN (Dominican University of California, USA):“Constructing the Core Big History Course”   
(3) Thomas BURKE (Dominican University of California, USA): “Big History: A Tool for Critical and Creative Engagement in Pedagogy”   
(4) Lynn SONDAG and Judy HALEBSKY (Dominican University of California, USA): “Visualizing and Writing Big History: Teaching Creative Disciplines through Big History”   
 ▶A2. Colonial Education, Colonial Management and Modernities 
- Chair: Chad DENTON (Yonsei University, Korea) 
(1) Ichiro SUGIMOTO (Soka University, Japan):“Colonial Budget Management and Portfolio Investment in British Malaya prior to World War II”   
(2) YiRang LIM (Ewha Womans University, Korea):  “The Bureau of Educational Affairs of the Japanese Government General of Joseon and the   Character of Colonial Education”   
(3) Thi Van Chi DANG (Vietnam National University, Hanoi, Vietnam):  “Education Policy of France and the Changes of Women in Vietnam before 1945  ( Bài này chỉ mới đăng ký tên bài, sau đã được rút lại ko tham gia Hội thảo vì tác giả không thể đến Hội thảo được)
(4) Wan Suhana WAN SULONG (International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia): “Women‟s Issues in Malay Society, 1906-1941” 
 ▶A3. Teaching World History in Asian Countries   
- Organizer/Chair: Sunjoo KANG (Gyeongin National University of Education, Korea) 
(1) Eunsook KIM (Korea National University of Education, Korea): “The Perceptions of Modernities in Korean History Education”   
(2) Masanobu UMENO (Joetsu University of Education, Japan) : “Education of Japan-Korean Modern History: The Exhibition of the Historical Museum and the Description of the History Textbook”   
(3) Gülçin DILEK (Sinop University, Turkey):  “East Asian History and Culture in the Turkish Social Studies/History Curricula and Textbooks:  Perspectives, Perceptions and Discourse”   
(4) Dursun DILEK (Sinop University, Turkey) :  “Teaching World History in Turkey”   
(5) Hye-Sim NA (Sung Kyun Kwan University, Korea):  “Coping with Eurocentrism by the Korean World History Textbook: An Analysis from a  Perspective outside Europe”  
 ▶A4.    Long-Term Commercial Patterns, Environment and Population in the Indian Ocean Zone   
- Organizer: Anthony REID (Australian National University, Australia) 
- Chair: Geoff WADE (Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore)   
(1) James WARREN (Murdoch University, Australia): “Typhoons, Climate and Population in the Philippines”   
(2) Tana LI (Australian National University, Australia):  “Epidemics, Climate and Commerce in Early 19th Century Vietnam”   
(3) Anthony REID (Australian National University, Australia):  “The Relation of Tsunamis and Human Settlement in Sumatra and Java”   
- Commentator: Alfons van der KRAAN (Murdoch University and University of New England, Australia) 
▶A5. The Silk Roads, the Mongols, and Cultural Connections    
- Chair: Shigeru AKITA (Osaka University, Japan) 
(1) Paul D. BUELL (Charité Medical University, Germany) : “The Mongols and the International Trade in Medicinals: Dawn of a New Era?”   
(2) Weiwei ZHANG (Nankai University, China):  “The Silk-road and the Columbian Exchange: Global Exchange Networks of Asia in a  Noncentric and Holistic Perspective”   
(3) Soo Youn KIM (Ewha Womans University, Korea) : “Comparison of Abhisecani Ritual [灌頂道場] between Goryeo Dynasty and China”   
(4) Roxann PRAZNIAK (University of Oregon, USA):  “Tabriz on the Silk Roads: Fourteenth-Century Eurasian Cultural Connections” 
▶A6.[Roundtable] Meet the Author: Dominic Sachsenmaier, Global Perspectives on Global History 
- Organizer/ Chair: Hye Jeong PARK (Kyonggi University, Korea) 
Dominic SACHSENMAIER (Duke University, USA) 
Patrick MANNING (University of Pittsburgh, USA) 
Cheehyung KIM (Hanyang University, Korea) 
Kyunghwan OH (Sungshin Women‟s University, Korea) 
Yang BIAO (East China Normal University, China) 
Hye Jeong PARK (Kyonggi University, Korea) 
Afternoon Break           4:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. 
Keynote Address II       4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m: Professor Dennis FLYNN   
Keynote Address III      6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m: Professor Arif DIRLIK 
Opening Reception        7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. 
Free admission for all registered conference attendees   
Saturday, April 28th                                                                
SESSION B.                                                                
4/28/2012, 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.   
▶B1. How to Design World History Learning/Teaching in the Era of Globalization, ICT, and 
Post Modernism   
- Organizer: Shiro MOMOKI (Osaka University, Japan) 
- Chair: Meung-Hoan NOH (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Korea) 
(1) Minkyu KIM (Northeast Asian History Foundation, Korea): “The „East Asian History‟ Course in South Korean High Schools: Historical Background, Purposes and Content”   
(2) Atsuko OHASHI and Puspamawarni AMALIA (Nagoya University, Japan): “From Comparative History toward World History: Through an International Project for Producing E-learning Contents”   
(3) Quang Ngoc NGUYEN (Vietnam National University, Hanoi, Vietnam): “The Compilation of the Textbook of the History of Vietnam in Vietnam National University,  Hanoi, in the First Decade of the 21st Century”   
(4) Kristine DENNEHY (California State University, Fullerton, USA) : “Moving Beyond „the West and the Rest‟”   
▶B2.  Modernities, Alternative or Western? 
- Chair: TBA   
(1) Manh Dung NGUYEN (Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences, Vietnam): “An Early Modernity from the 16th to the 18th Century in Vietnam?: A Reappraisal on  Economic Social Development of Cochinchina”   
(2) Yoko NAMIKAWA (Kobe City University of Foreign Studies, Japan): “The Christian Missionary Activities and the Emergence of the Modern Family Idea in Early Meiji”   
(3) Alexandra PFEIFF (European University Institute, Italy): “Gender and Transnationalism in China during the Early 20th Century”   
▶B3.  State Control of Textual Production in China: The Ambiguity of “Modernity”   
- Organizer: Sei Jeong CHIN (Ewha Womans University, Korea) - Chair/Commentator: Michael KIM (Yonsei University, Korea) 
(1) Jesse D. SLOANE (Yonsei University, Korea): “Nationalizing Religious Canon Printing in Late Imperial China”   
(2) John DELURY (Yonsei University, Korea): “Post-Ming & Pre-Qing: Statecraft Writing before the Late 17th Century „Nationalization‟ of  Discourse”   
(3) Sei Jeong CHIN (Ewha Womans University, Korea):“Historical Origins of Nationalization of Newspaper Industry in Modern China”   
▶B4.The Use of Historical “Boundary Objects” As Sites of Global and Regional Exchange in East Asia   
- Organizer/Chair: Colin Howard TYNER (University of California, Santa Cruz, USA)
(1) Greg DVORAK (Hitotsubashi University, Japan): “Chasing the Chieftain‟s Daughter: Commodifying Japan‟s Imperial Desires in Micronesia”   
(2) Hijoo SON (Sogang University, Korea) : “Art, Diaspora, and a Social Theory of Art”   
(3) Colin Howard TYNER (University of California, Santa Cruz, USA): “A History of the„Naturalization‟ of Goats on the Ogasawara (Bonin) Islands”   
▶B5.  Migration and Diaspora 
- Chair: Rila MUKHERJEE (Institut de Chandernagor, India) 
(1) Satyanarayana ADAPA (Osmania University, India): “Rangoon (Yangun) and Dubai: Intra-Asian Migrations”   
(2) Eunhye KWON (Hanyang University, Korea):“Experiencing and Representing an Interracial Marriage and Transnational Family Life in the Early Twentieth Century China: Mae Franking‟s My Chinese Marriage”   
(3) Joan S.H. WANG (National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan): “New  Aspects of  Looking  at  Modern  World  History:  Tracing the  Trajectory of Chinese Emigration Abroad”    
(4) Kyungboon LEE (Seoul National University, Korea): “Europe to Asia: Musical Emigration in East Asia during WWII”   
▶B6. The World History Seen from Small Nations in the Nineteenth Century: The Case of Tokai Sanshi’s Kajin no Kiguu (Fancy Meetings of Three Beauties) 
 - Organizer/Chair: Hideaki KIMURA (Research Institute for World History, Japan
(1) Hideaki KIMURA (Research Institute for World History, Japan): “Small Nations in the Kajin no Kiguu: Historical Background of the Novel"
(2) Naoki SAKIYAMA (Chiba University, Japan):  “The Leading Role of Ireland in Kajin no Kiguu”   
(3) Lu Shou ZHU (Shanghai University of Foreign Studies, China):  “How the Kajin no Kiguu Was Read and Introduced in China?”   
(4) Seman PYO (Kunsan National University, Korea):  “Sanshi‟s Ambiguous Attitude toward Korea”   
-Commentator: Yudai ANEGAWA (Chiba University, Japan) 
 ▶B7.  From Uni-Modernity to Multi-Modernity in Asia   
- Organizer/Chair: Sungho KANG (Sunchon National University, Korea) 
(1) Sungho KANG (Sunchon National University, Korea): “From Euro-centric and Chino-centric Asia to Multi-Asia”   
(2) Taehun JEONG (Korea University, Korea): “Is Any New Alternative Modernity in Joseon Dynasty and Korea?”   
(3) Taekhyeon KIM (Seong Kyun Kwan University, Korea): “Subalturnity and Modernity in India”   
(4) Naoki MIZUNO (Kyoto University, Japan): “Colonialism and Modernity in Modern Japan”   
▶B8.   US Constitutionalism in Asia   Did " pax Mongolica" Emerge from Nothing?: The Inter-regional Exchange Network before the I3 th Centuary
- Organizer/Chair: Songho HA (University of Alaska Anchorage, USA) Masaki MUKAI ( Osaka Uiversity, Japan
(1) Donglai REN (Nanjing University, China) “The US Constitutionalism in the Chinese Eyes: Taking Three Newly-Published Books As  Example” / Mi-gyung Kim ( Tsinghua University, China):" Ritual System of Di Barbarian Tribe in Western Zhou Dynasty"
(2) Thomas H. COX (Sam Houston State University, USA): “The Founding Fathers in the Middle Kingdom: Teaching the U.S. Constitution in Chinese Higher Education” /  Kazuma ITO (Osaka Uiversity, Japan): " Militariy Policy and the International Situation in Northern Song: Eastern Eurasia in I0 I0-I3" centuary. "
(3) Songho HA (University of Alaska Anchorage, USA): “US Constitution in the Land of the Morning Calm: Teaching the American Constitution in South Korea”/Tsubasa NAKAMURA (Osaka Uiversity, Japan) : The Development of Song-Japan Tradew and the Buddhism Network in Maritinine Asia"
(4)Y)oujia TIAN (Osaka Uiversity, Japan: Revisiting Fujian in the Late-Song Dynasty Period:a study of the Coastal Area in Fujian as a  Boundary That did Not Became a walled City Until the Early Ming Dynasty.
▶B9.  Transition and Continuity in Global Trade from the Eighteenth to the Early Nineteenth Centuries   
- Organizer/Chair: Kazuo KOBAYASHI (London School of Economics, UK) 
(1) Gareth AUSTIN (Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, UK): “African Causes in the Decline of the Atlantic Slave Trade? Commercial Agriculture and Slave Trading in West Africa in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries”   
(2) Kunihisa FUKUSHIMA (Osaka University, Japan) :“The Dutch East India Company and the Asian Trade Network in the 18th Century: Focusing on Indian Textile Trade”   
(3) Kazuo KOBAYASHI (London School of Economics, UK): “Indian Cotton Textiles in Atlantic Africa, 1700-1850: Another Pillar of Atlantic Trade”   
(4) Klaus WEBER (Europa-Universität Viadrina, Germany): “Linen, Calicoes and Slaves: Central European and (East) Indian Implications with the Atlantic Slave Trade, 1700-1860”   
-Commentator: Patrick MANNING (University of Pittsburgh, USA) 
 Lunch    12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.       
 SESSION C.                                                                  
4/28/2012, 1:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.   
▶C1. [Roundtable] Crime and Punishment: How Early Modern Harbours Dealt with Justice in a Multinational Environment   
- Organizer/Chair: Lisa HELLMAN (Stockholm University, Sweden) 8 
Yoko MATSUI (Tokyo University, Japan) 
Birgit M. TREMML (Vienna University, Austria) 
Ryoto SHIMADA (Seinan Gakuin University, Japan) 
▶C2.Jasmine Revolutions: The Experiences of Japan, South Korea, China, Thailand and Arab World 
- Organizer/Chair: Hiroshi MITANI (University of Tokyo, Japan)
 (1) Hun PARK (Seoul National University, Korea): “Formation of Public Opinion Politics and Democracy in Nineteenth Century Japan”   
(2) Yasuhito ASAMI (Hitotsubashi University, Japan):  “Thailand: Turbulent Democratization and the Emergence of a New Welfare Regime”   
(3)Ahmed Ibrahim ABUSHOUK (International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia): “The Arab Awakening: Motives, Features and Expected Consequences”  
(4)   Satoshi IKEUCHI (University of Tokyo, Japan) : “Arab Regimes in Transitions”   
(5)   Young Nam CHO (Seoul National University, Korea) : “Democracy with Chinese Characteristics?: A Critical Review from a Developmental State Perspective” 
-Commentator: YoungJak KIM (Kookmin University, Korea) 
▶C3.   Comparative Study of “Annexation” in the Modern World 
Organizer: Shingo MINAMIZUKA (Hosei University, Japan)   
- Chair: Sei Jeong CHIN (Ewha Womans University, Korea) 
(1) Masaru BABA (Ritsumeikan University, Japan):  “The Annexation of Bosnia”   
(2) Hiroyuki OGAWARA (Doshisha University, Japan): “
(3) Sang Chan LEE (Seoul National University, Korea):  “The Annexation of Korea by Japan from a Korean Point of View”    
▶C4.  The Kangnido: Mapa Mundi of the Global Exchange Networks   
- Organizer/ Chair: Ji-Hyung CHO (Ewha Womans University, Korea) 
(1) Yoshihiro OKADA (Ryukoku University, Japan): “Digital Conservation for the Kangnido, an Old World Map”   
(2) Chang-Mo CHOI (Konkuk University, Korea): “Reflection on Arabia in the Mappa Mundi of the Chosŏn Dynasty: A Study Based on the Honil kangni yŏktae kukto chido or The Unified Map of Territories and Capitals of the States of 1402”   
(3) Qianjin WANG (Chinese Academy of Science, China): “The Kangnido and the Da Ming Hun Yi Tu: A Comparison” 
(4) Ji-Hyung CHO (Ewha Womans University, Korea):“The Kangnido and the World Map of Fra Mauro: Mapae Mundi in the Fifteenth Century”  
 ▶C5.  Modern Asian Visual Cultures in the World: Exceptions or New Rules?   
- Organizer: Atsuko UKAI (University of Tokyo, Japan) 
- Chair: Masashi HANEDA (University of Tokyo, Japan) 
(1) Yuki TERADA (University of Tokyo, Japan): “Museums and Exhibitions of Modern Art in Iran Since the 1960s”   
(2) Atsuko UKAI (University of Tokyo, Japan): “Rethinkin "Japonisme‟: Problematic of Cross-Cultural Study from a Global Historical Point  of View”   
(3) Olivier KRISCHER (Art Asia Pacific, Hong Kong): “Hayasaki Kokichi: How to Situate Modern Japan‟s Aesthetic Encounter with China in the World”  
(4)Seunghye Sun ( Sungkyunkwan University, Korea:" French Gazing in Asia: The Humanism  of Paul Jacoulet (I896-I960)
 ▶C6.  Representation of Asia and Contractual Experience: History and Photography   
- Chair: TBA   
(1) Xupeng ZHANG (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China): “Postmodernism, Postcolonialism and the Question of Chinese Modernity”   
(2) Young-Suk LEE (Gwangju University, Korea) :“Arnold Toynbee and China”   
(3) Ataullah Bogdan KOPANSKI (International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia):“The Asians Hand-Colored and in Sepia: The Pacific Rim and Indian Subcontinent in the  Colonial Photography of the 19th Century” 
▶C7. Food Ethics and the Problems of Motivation: A Cultural Dialogue 
- Organizer: Raymond ANTHONY (University of Alaska Anchorage, USA) 
- Chair: Songho HA (University of Alaska Anchorage, USA) 
  (1) Raymond ANTHONY (University of Alaska Anchorage, USA) “Wide Reflective Equilibrium and the Ethics of Food Consumption” 
  (2) Kwon Jong YOO (Chung-Ang University, Korea) :“On the Historical Background of Korea‟s Food Culture and Its Meaning” 
(3) Doug RYAN (University of Alaska Anchorage, USA):“Moral Judgment, Food Ethics and Future Generations” 
 ▶C8.[Roundtable] Coping with the Legacy of the Past: The German Experience and Perspectives for Korean Unification   
- Organizer/Chair: Bernhard SELIGER (Hanns-Seidel-Foundation Korea, Korea)     
(1) Anna KAMINSKY (German Federal Foundation for the Reappraisal of Communist   
 Dictatorship, Germany):  “German and European Experience with Coping with the Legacy of the Past”   
(2) Bernd SCHÄ FER (Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, USA): “Archival Research in Former East German and East European Archives and the Task of  Coping with the Legacy of the Past”   
(3) Peter BECK (Asia Foundation, Korea):  “The Northeast Asian Experience of Coping with the Past”   
(4) Doug Joong KIM (Kyunggi University, Korea):  “Archival Research and the Task of Coping with the Legacy of the Past after Korean Unification”   
 ▶C9.  Teaching Asian History in the 19th Century: Practices in High Schools in Japan   
- Organizer: Osamu SAWANO (Kanagawa Prefectural Kawasaki High School of Science & Technology, Japan)   
- Co-Organizer: Isao ISHIBASH (Kanagawa Prefectural Fujisawa Sohgoh High School, Japan) 
- Chair: Kristine DENNEHY (California State University, Fullerton, USA) 
(1) Motoshige KANDA (Kamakura Gakuen High School, Japan): “South Asia in the 19th  Century”   
(2) Yasuto SHIBA (Toin Gakuen High School, Japan): “Teaching West Asia in the 19th Century: An Attempt to Overcome Orientalism”   
(3) Hiroshi SASAGAWA (Tennoji Senior High School, Japan): “Manchester Never Imitated Osaka: Similarities and Differences of Cotton Industry between Japan and England”   
(4) Seiji GOTO (Hiyoshigaoka High School, Japan) : “The Changing International Relationship in 19th
 Century East Asia: Conflicts between Tradition and Modernity”   
- Commentator: Minkyu KIM (Northeast Asia Foundation, Korea) 
Afternoon Break    4:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.       
  SESSION D.                                                                      
4/28/2012, 4:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
▶D1.Commercial Networks in Premodern Asia and Transformations of Material Culture:   Commodities in Everyday Life 
- Organizer: Kayoko FUJITA (Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Japan) 
- Chair: Anthony REID (Australian National University, Australia) 
(1) Shinji YAMAUCHI (Kobe Women‟s University, Japan) :“Global Distribution of Japanese Sulfur and World History from the 10th to the 16th Centuries”   
(2) Richard von GLAHN (University of California, Los Angeles, USA): “The Yongle/Eiraku Coin and Changes in Monetary Preferences in East Asia in the 15th - 16th Centuries”   
(3)Hanna UCHINO and Masashi OKADA (Osaka University, Japan): “The Trade in Vietnamese Cinnamon and the Circulation of Herbs in Japan during from the 17th to the 19th Centuries” 
(4) Kayoko FUJITA (Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Japan) “The Maritime Trade in Daily Foods by Europeans and Chinese Merchants  and Its Effects on Consumption: The Case of Japan from the 16th
 to the 19th Centuries”   
-Commentator: Anthony REID (Australian National University, Australia) 
▶D2.   Did “Pax Mongolica” Emerge from Nothing?: The Inter-regional Exchange Network before the 13th Century   
- Organizer: Masaki MUKAI (Osaka University, Japan) 
- Chair: Geoff WADE (Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore) 
(1) Mi-gyung KIM (Tsinghua University, China): “Ritual System of Di[狄] Barbarian Tribe in Western Zhou Dynasty”   
(2) Kazuma ITO (Osaka University, Japan) : “Military Policy and the International Situation in Northern Song: Eastern Eurasia in the 10th - 13th Century”   
(3) Tsubasa NAKAMURA (Osaka University, Japan): “The Development of Song-Japan Trade and the Buddhism Network in Maritime Asia”  
 (4) Youjia TIAN (Osaka University, Japan): “Revisiting Fujian in the Late Song Dynasty Period: A Study of the Coastal Area in Fujian as a Boundary That Did Not Become a Walled City until the Early Ming Dynasty”
 ▶D3.  Modernization on Asia and “Political Space” 
- Organizer: Atsushi GOTO (Osaka University, Japan) 
- Chair: James WARREN (Murdoch University, Australia) 
(1) Kiyohiko HASEBE (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Japan):  “The Process of Political Decision in the Ottoman Empire: In the Case of Tanzimat Period  (1839-1876)”   
(2) Hiroshi KAWAGUCHI (Nagoya University, Japan): “Politics and the „Political Space‟ in Siam during the Early Rattanakosin Period (1782-1868)”   
(3) Atsushi GOTO (Osaka University, Japan: “The Tokugawa Shogunate Policy and „Political Space‟   
(4) Yoshiyuki OTSUBO (Mie University, Japan): “The Policy Making and „Policy Space‟ in the Late Qing Dynasty”   
- Commentator: Sunwoo LEE (Osaka University, Japan)
▶D4. Central Government and Local Rule in Medieval East Asian “Charter Polities”   
- Organizer: Shiro MOMOKI (Osaka University, Japan) 
- Chair: Insun YU (Seoul National University, Korea) 
(1) Le Huy PHAM (Vietnam National University, Hanoi, Vietnam): “On Some Jimi Provinces from the Tang Dynasty to the Ly Dynasty during the 9th -11th Century”   
(2) Yuki SATO (University of Tokyo, Japan): “Territorial Rule and the Rule of Kenmon in Early Medieval Japan”   
(3) Kang Hahn LEE (Academy of Korean Studies, Korea): “Changes in the Sub-provincial" Mok[牧]‟  Units of the Goryeo Local Administrative System: Examination of the Reigns of Kings Chung‟seon-wang and Chung‟suk-wang in the 14th Century”   
(4) Shiro MOMOKI (Osaka University, Japan): “Changing Local Administrative Units in Đại Việt under the Trần Dynasty (1226-1400):  A  Process of Localization of the Tang-Song Modeled Administrative System in an East Asian „Charter Polity‟”   
  ▶D5.  The Divergent Paths of Modern Engineers   
- Organizer/Chair: Deok-Ho KIM (Korea University of Technology and Education, Korea) 
(1) Deok-Ho KIM (Korea University of Technology and Education, Korea): “Frank J. Sprague and the Inventor-Entrepreneur Model for American Engineers”   
(2) Eunkyoung LEE (Chunbuk National University, Korea): “Telegraph and the Development of Electrical Engineering in Britain”   
(3) Kwan Soo LEE (Dongguk University, Korea): “When" Technology‟ Got Currency: The Change of Science-Technology Relationship in  the U.S.A. before World War I”   
(4)Jin Hee PARK (Dongguk University, Korea):“Engineers for Industry: The Identity Politics of Electrotechnical Engineers in Germany 1893- 1930”   
 ▶D6.  Transmission of Scientific Knowledge through Asia: Alternative Concepts and Methods   
- Organizer: Yoichi ISAHAYA (University of Tokyo, Japan) 
- Chair: Masashi HANEDA (University of Tokyo, Japan) 
(1) Meng JI (University of Tokyo, Japan): “Translation of Evolution into Chinese and Japanese in the Nineteenth Century”   
(2) Osamu OTSUKA (University of Tokyo, Japan) :“Transmission of Geographical Knowledge from „Europe‟ to "Islamic World‟   
(3) Yoich ISAHAYA (University of Tokyo, Japan): “Negotiating with Modernity: Transmission of „the History of Science‟ into Nineteenth Century Iran”   
(4) Wulan REMMELINK (University of Tokyo, Japan): “Botanical Illustrations: Transmitting Scientific Knowledge in Edo Japan” 
▶D7. Comparative Examinations of Approaches for Teaching Maritime Asian History: Focusing on Maritime Regions 
- Organizer: Hiromichi OKAMOTO (Osaka University, Japan) 
- Chair: Kenneth R. ROBINSON (Northeast Asian History Foundation, Korea) 
(1) Kazuyuki NAKAMURA (Hakodate National College of Technology, Japan): “Ainu in the Mongol Period and the Sea”   
(2) Nobuyuki ONISHI (Chuo University Suginami High School, Japan):  “East Asia‟ and the "Investiture System‟ in Japanese History Teaching”  
 (3) Hiromichi OKAMOTO (Osaka University, Japan) “The Ryukyu Islands in the Protohistoric Era and the Teaching of Maritime Asian History”   
(4) Jinhong ZHANG (Fujian Normal University, China): “Fukien and the Maritime Asian History: An Approach of Missology”    
▶D8.  The Reform of Tradition and the Long Term Trend of Urbanization   
- Chair: TBA   
(1) Masami KITA (Soka University, Japan):  “The Impact of Western (British) Powers on Asia in the Late 19th Century and the Response of  China, Korea and Japan”   
(2) Arshad ISLAM (International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia): “Shah Wali Allah Dehlavi (1703-1762): Philosophical, Meta-pragmatism”   
(3) Reiko HAYASHI (Linz Co. Ltd., Japan): “Long Term Population Trend and Urban Structure in East Asia”  
▶D9. Impact of Asian Knowledge and Ideas on African Societies 
- Organizer/Chair: Peter F. ADEBAYO (University of Ilorin, Nigeria) 
(1) Peter F. ADEBAYO and Ismaila Oteikwu Onche AMALI (University of Ilorin, Nigeria): “The Role of Indian Teachers in the Educational Development of Nigeria” 
(2) R.A.OLAOYE (University of Ilorin, Nigeria):  “Technology across Borders: Lessons from Asians” 
(3) Bashir Olaitan IBRAHIM (University of Ilorin, Nigeria):  “Asians and Industrial Development in Nigeria: A Case of Kwara State, 1967-1999” 
(4) Lemuel E. ODEH (University of Ilorin, Nigeria): “Cultural Similarity between Asia and Africa: A Study of the Chinese Influence on the Nigerian  Society”   
(5) Mary Alaba Yetunde LEWU (University of Ilorin, Nigeria):  “United Nations High Commission for Refugee (UNCHR) Funding: A Comparative Study of  African and Asian Refugees 1960-2010” 

Board of Directors Meeting  7:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.     
  Sunday, April 29th                                                                  
 SESSION E.                                                                      
4/29/2012, 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 a.m.   
▶E1.   [Roundtable] Creating a Global Historical Data Resource   
- Organizer: Patrick MANNING (University of Pittsburgh, USA) 
- Chair: Bin YANG (National University of Singapore, Singapore) 
Patrick MANNING (University of Pittsburgh, USA) :“The Collaborative on World-Historical Information & Analysis: A Plan of Action”   
- Commentators: Bin YANG (National University of Singapore, Singapore) 
               Shigeru AKITA (Osaka University, Japan) 
               Sang-Hyun KIM (Hanyang University, Korea) 
               Anthony REID (Australian National University, Australia) 
▶E2. The Evolution of Big History   
- Organizer/Chair: David CHRISTIAN (Macquarie University, Australia and Ewha Womans  University, Korea) 
(1) David CHRISTIAN (Macquarie University, Australia and Ewha Womans University, Korea):“Big History in High Schools: The Big History Project”   
(2) Rane JOHNSON (Microsoft Research Connections, USA):“Chronozoom: A Timeline for Big History”   
(3) Seohyung KIM (Ewha Womans University, Korea): “Teaching Big History in Korea”   
(4) Craig BENJAMIN (Grand Valley State University, USA): “The Historiography of Big History”  
E3.The Roles of Trading Diasporas Combined with World Religions in the Proto-global Exchange Network of Pre-modern Eurasia   
 - Organizer: Eivind Heldaas SELAND (University of Bergen, Norway) 
- Chair: Bo JIANG (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China)   
(1) Eivind Heldaas SELAND (University of Bergen, Norway): “Christianity and Diaspora Trade on the Indian Ocean before Islam”   
(2) Mie NAKATA (Kansai University, Japan): “The Creation of  New Buddhism  Principle in Tang China and the  Diaspora of Central Asians during the Latter Half of the Eighth Century”   
(3) Bo JIANG (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China): “Mazu: The Goddess of Maritime Trade in Eastern Asia”   
(4) Masaki MUKAI (Osaka University, Japan):  “Supra-regional Contacts and the Diaspora of Hybrid Muslims in the South China Sea during the 10th -15th Century” 
-Commentator: Wu GUO (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China) 
▶E4.The Diversity of Interregional Exchanges in Southeast and East Asia during the Age of  Commerce   
- Organizer: Kenji IGAWA (University of London, UK) 
- Chair: Birgit M. TREMML (University of Vienna, Austria) 
(1) Kazuki YOSHIKAWA (Osaka University, Japan): “Foreign Trade of Vietnam during the 15th -17th
 Century”   
(2) Kenji IGAWA (University of London, UK)   /Proxy Reader: OLAH Csaba (University of Tokyo, Japan): “The Conditions of Regional Exchanges between Southeast and East Asia in the 16th -17th Century”   
(3) Birgit M. TREMML (University of Vienna, Austria): “Spanish Manila in Interregional Relations in Southeast Asia in the 17th Century”   
(4) Susumu AKUNE (Kyoto University, Japan): “The Society of Jesus and the Kingdom of Laos”   
▶E5. Transactions and Cross-Cultural Understanding 
- Organizer: Meung-Hoan NOH (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Korea) 
- Chair: Hyong-In KIM (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Korea)   
(1) Hyong-In KIM (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Korea):“Differences and Similarities in Cultural Patterns of Korea and U.S.”   
(2) Ji-Young KIM (Sogang University, Korea): “The Activity and Situation of the Ethnic Germans in Hungary during the  First Half of the Twentieth Century” 
(3) Ji-Bae PARK (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Korea): “Russian Trade with Western Europe and Its Acceptance of Western Culture and Material in the Early Modern Period” 
(4) Klaus DITTRICH (Korea University, Korea) :“Europeans and Americans in Korea, 1882-1910: A Contribution to a Social History of Globalisation” 
(5) Meung-Hoan NOH (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Korea): “Exchanges and Cooperations between West Germany and South Korea on Unification Policy: Centered on the Cultural Differences and Understandings”  
▶E6.    Practicing Colonialism   
- Organizer/Chair: Michael KIM (Yonsei University, Korea) 
(1) Michael KIM (Yonsei University, Korea): “The  Census Registration of Koreans in Manchuria: The Politics of Porous Borders and Overlapping Sovereignties”   
(2) Paul TONKS (Yonsei University, Korea):“Colonial Knowledge and the Writing of World History: Patrick Colquhoun‟s  Treatise on the Wealth, Power and Resources of the British Empire”   
(3) Chad DENTON (Yonsei University, Korea): “Japanese Colonization à la française: Building a „Model Village‟ in New Caledonia, 1892-1941” 
-Commentator: Sei Jeong CHIN (Ewha Womans University, Korea)   
▶E7. Frontier, Ports and the Space of Interaction 
-Chair: TBA   
(1) Emmanuel Olaniyi IBILOYE (Osun State University, Nigeria): “The Dynamism of African/Asian Interactions on the East Coast of Africa in Historical Perspectives”   
(2) Jianxiong MA (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong):  “Rising of Gentry Power on the China-Burma Frontier  since the 1870s: The Case of the Peng Family in Mianning, Southwest Yunnan”   
(2) Syed MINHAJ-UL-HASSAN (Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong):“Holy or Unholy Trinity: Pakistan-China-India Relations”   
(3) Bébio Vieira AMARO (University of Tokyo, Japan):“The Contribution of Japanese and Westerners to the Urban Genesis of Nagasaki”   
 ▶E8.   The Chinese Overseas Communities in East Asia and Japanese Modernity, 1895-1945 
- Organizer: Leo DOUW (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands) 
- Chair: Caroline Hui-yu TS‟AI (Academia Sinica, Taiwan) 
(1) Leo DOUW (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands):“The Soft Power of Japanese Colonial Power across the Strait of Taiwan (1895-1945)”   
(2)Junling HUANG (Xiamen University, China):“An Analysis of Fujian Province‟s Immigrants to Taiwan during the Period of Japanese Imperialism”   
(3) Hyejung CHUNG (Ewha Womans University, Korea): “The Chinese Community in Incheon under Japanese Colonialism”   
 ▶E9. Comparative Research on the World History Teaching in Asian Countries   
- Organizer/ Chair: Shingo MINAMIZUKA (Hosei University, Japan) 
(1) Shingo MINAMIZUKA (Hosei University, Japan): “General Survey of the Comparative Research on the World History Teaching in Asi Countries”   
(2) Shigeki YOSHIMINE (Hokkaido-kita High School, Japan): “World History Teaching in Japan”   
(3) Sunjoo KANG (Gyeongin National University of Education, Korea): “World History Teaching in Korea”   
(4) Weiwei ZHANG (Nankai University, China): “World History Teaching in China: Past, Present and Future”   
(5) Satyanarayana ADAPA (Osmania University, India): “World History Teaching in India”  
  
Lunch Buffet       
  12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.       
Free admission for all registered conference attendees 



General Assembly     1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.          


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