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Thursday 27 August afternoon: IAO1, IAO2, IAO5----IAO15, IC1
DateandTime: 2015-08-24 09:41:26

IAO 1  Commission Internationale d'Histoire et d'Études du Christianisme
 

2 PM-5:15 PM 

Shandong High Speed Hall, Shandong Hotel


Organizers: Yves Krumenacker (Université de Lyon)

                     Hugh McLeod (University of Birmingham)

                     Raymond Mentzer (University of Iowa)

                     Anton M. Pazos (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas – CSIC, Santiago de Compostela)

                     Robert N. Swanson (University of Birmingham)


Session 1: Indigenisation
Chair : Hugh McLeod (University of Birmingham, Vice-President of CIHEC)


- R.N.Swanson (University of Birmingham, Member of the Board of CIHEC):

   Indigenisation and the longue durée: The English Medieval Experience

- Christine Dulnuan (National Historical Commission of the Philippines):

   The Filipinization of the Methodist Mission in the Philippines, 1899-1948

- Kjell Lejon (Linköping University):

   The Role of the Church in Making a Neighbouring Enemy a Loyal Citizen. How Danes were turned into Swedes after the Peace Treaty in 1658: An Example of “Pseudo-Indigenisation” of Fellow Lutherans

- Gloria Tseng (Hope College, Michigan):

   The Indigenization of Christianity in Twentieth-Century China

- Willie Samuel Zeze (Theological Education by Extension, Malawi):

   Confrontation, Syncretism or Christianization? The Attitude of the CCAP-Nkhoma Synod toward Pre-Christian Religious Beliefs and Practices in Malawi

- Michael Gladwin (Charles Sturt University, Canberra):

   The "Aussification" of Christianity




IAO 2  International Commission for the History of Representative and Parliamentary Institutions/Commission Internationale pour l’Histoire des Assemblées d’Etats (ICHRPI)

 

LXVIIth Conference

Parliamentarisms: Theories and Practices (13th-20th cent.)

2 PM-5:15 PM  

Lu Xin VIP Hall, Shandong Hotel


Organizer: Maria Sofia Corciulo (President of ICHRPI, University « La Sapienza », Rome)


Session 1: Models of Parliamentary Representation
Chair: Maria Sofia Corciulo


- Flavio Silvestrini (University « La Sapienza », Rome):

   Towards a Status Siciliae. Parliament and Sovereign from the Liber Augustalis to the Constitutiones regales (1231-1296)

- Francesco Bonini (University LUMSA - Rome):

   How long should last Legislatures. Choices and Models at the Origin of Modern Constitutional Models (1716-1814)

- Mario Di Napoli (Italian Chamber of Deputies):

   The Parliamentary Language between Tradition and Innovation

- SHEN Han (University of Nanjing):

   Influences of Western Parliamentary and Constitutional ideas from 19th to early 20th centuries in China


IAO 5  International Commission on the History
of the French Revolution
 

New Directions of Research in French Revolutionary History,
25 Years after the Bicentenary
 

2 PM-5:15 PM  

Jinan Hall, Shandong Hotel 


Session 1: Transnational Influences, Transnational Connections
Chair: Alan Forrest (President of the ICHFR, University of York)


- Francesco Benigno (Università degli studi di Teramo):

   Through the Broken Past: Historical Repetition in Western Revolutionary Experience

- Simon Burrows (University of West Sydney):

   Forgotten Bestsellers of Pre-revolutionary France

- Antonio Lerra (Università degli studi della Basilicata, Potenza): 

   Revolutionary Constitutions in France and Italy

- Fergus Robson (Trinity College, Dublin):

   The Soldiers of the Revolution as Travellers, Tourists and Transmitters of Tropes: the campaigns of Italy and Egypt as Sites of cultural encounters


Session 2: New Research on Revolutionary France
Chair: Pierre Serna (Vice-President of the ICHFR, University of Paris-1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)


- Tim Tackett (University of California, Irvine):

   The Role of Emotions in the French Revolution

- Amy Milka (University of Adelaide):

   Federative Feeling: Emotion, Festival and the Language of Unity in the Early 1790s

- Peter McPhee (University of Melbourne):

   Old Wine in New Bottles? Understanding the Terror of the Year II



IAO 6  International Commission for the History
of Travel and Tourism
 

The Uses of History in Tourism
(continuation of the Specialised Theme 27

 

2 PM-5:15 PM  

Linyi Hall, Shandong Hotel


Organizer: Bertram M. Gordon (Mills College, Oakland, California)


Session 1: Usages of History for Tourism in the Past
Discussant: Laurent Tissot (University of Neuchâtel)


- Tammy S. Gordon (University of North Carolina Wilmington):

   “Wandering Among the Crumbling Wonders”: American Tourists, Photography, and the Usable Past in the Late Nineteenth Century

- Brian J Griffith (University of California, Santa Barbara):

   Bringing Bacchus to the People: Viticulture, Autarky, and Domestic Tourism in Fascist Italy

- Richa Malhotra (University of Delhi):

   Mobilizing History: Tourism in Bhopal 1947-2013

- Marxiano MELOTTI ("Niccolò Cusano" University of Human Sciences, Rome and Bicocca University, Maldives):

   History and Tourism. The Emergence of a New Paradigm

- Stefanie Ohnesorg (University of Tennessee):

   From Wild Imaginations to Unleashed (Female) Desires: Tracing Western Projections of the ‘Bedouin’ from 19th Century Travel-Writing into Modern Tourist Practices

- Sune Bechmann Pedersen (Lund University):

   Tourist Guidebooks “Examined and Approved”: Communist Censorship and the Uses of History in West European Cold War Guidebooks to Eastern Europe

- Philip Whalen (Coastal Carolina University):

   Gastronomic Tourism and Heritage in Modern Burgundy




IAO 7  International Society of History Didactics (ISHD)

 

2 PM-5:15 PM  

Energy Hall, Shandong Hotel


Organizer: Susanne Popp (University of Augsburg)


Session 1 : New Media and Teaching History
Chair: Joanna Wojdon (University of Wrocław and Institute of National Remembrance)

            Oldimar Cardoso (Anima Media Rua Sucuriú, São Paulo)


- Joanna Wojdon (University of Wrocław and Institute of National Remembrance):

   Introduction. What is new in ‘new media’ in history teaching?

- Oldimar Cardoso (Anima Media Rua Sucuriú, São Paulo):

   The project "This is history" as an example of scientific accountability

- Terry Haydn (University of East Anglia):

   The impact of the internet, social media and Web 2.0 applications on history education in schools

- Jutta Schumann (University of Augsburg):

   “Bringing history to life?” Digital multimedia solutions and the presentation of history in museums

- Przemysław Wiszewski (University of Wroclaw):

   Digital or cultural challenge? E-textbook of history written by old for young. Polish case

- Alois Ecker (University of Vienna):

   History teaching with the Council of Europe-e-book. « Shared histories for a Europe without dividing lines »

- Mare Oja (University of Tartu):

   IT in history teaching in Estonia: challenges for the teachers


General Assembly



IAO 8  International Commission for Historical Demography


 

1:45 PM-6:15 PM/13 h 45 -18 h15

Plenary Session, Session 1(2 PM-4 PM) and Session 4(4:15 PM-6:15 PM) at Liaocheng Hall.

Session 2(2 PM-4 PM), Session 5(4:15 PM-6:15 PM) at Binzhou Hall.

Session 3(2 PM-4 PM), Business Meeting at Yantai Hall, Shandong Hotel.


Organizer: The Board of the ICHD/CIDH


Plenary Session

Welcome Address: Kees Mandemakers(President of ICHD)


Session 1: Life Expectancies and Gender in a Comparative Perspective, 18th-19th Centuries
Organizers: Enriqueta Camps (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)

                     Claudia Contente (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)

Chair: Claudia Contente (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)

Discussant: Peter Teibenbacher (Karl-Franzens-Universität)


- Nynke Van Den Boomen, Maaike Messelink and Angélique Janssens (Radboud University of Nijmegen):

   Suffer the little girls. Excess female mortality in the Netherlands between birth and age 20, 1850-1930

- Helena Haage, Lotta Vikström and Erling Häggström Lundevaller (Umeå University):

   Gendered death differentials reflect the labeling impact of disabilities on people’s life expectancies: A study of past population in Sweden

- Adébiyi Germain Boco (University of Lethbridge, Canada):

   Patterns of Sex Differentials in Under-five Mortality in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Cross National Meta-Analysis of 30 Demographic and Health Surveys

- Zhongwei Zhao et al. (Australian National University):

   Historical changes in sex differentials of mortality in East Asia

- Sylvia Schraut (Universität der Bundeswehr, München):

   Gender and Mortality: Widowhood as Mortality Hazard (19th / 20th Centuries)


Session 2: Abortion and Infanticide in Comparative Historical Perspective: Crime and/or Demographic Technique? (Part 1)
Organizers: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux (EHESS, Paris)

                      Ioan Bolovan (Romanian Academy, Center of Transylvanian Studies, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca)

Chair: Ioan Bolovan (Romanian Academy, Center of Transylvanian Studies, University of Babes-Bolyai, Cluj-Napoca)

Discussant: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux (EHESS, Paris)


- Kawaguchi Hiroshi (Tezukayama University):

   Death before life: Impact of the legal obligation to report miscarriage and stillbirth on Buddhist funeral service after 1880 in Japan

- Yasui Manami (Tenri University):

   From the Temple to the Internet: Changing Practices of Abortion and Memorial Services for Aborted Fetuses in Japan

- Wang Ruijing (Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology):

   Cosmological classification: Tsawrpaeq infanticide in Akha society of China

- Nancy Stiegler (University of the Western Cape, South Africa):

   Abortion in Africa: from the twenty to the twenty-first century, any changes?


Session 3:  Demographic Changes and the Family in Disaster-prone Areas
Organizer: Murayama Satoshi (Kagawa University)

Chair: Mikolaj Szoltysek (Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology in Halle)

Discussant: Isabelle Seguy (INED-CNRS)


- Tsunetoshi Mizoguchi (Nagoya University):

   Disasters guessed from Buddhist temple death registers in Japan

- Watanabe Kazuyuki (Ristumeikan University):

   Who evacuate and why remain here? Decisions about nuclear accident among some families of Fukushima Prefecture, Japan

- Murayama Satoshi (Kagawa University), Higashi Noboru (Kyoto Prefectural University) and

Yamamoto Taro (Nagasaki University):

   Geographic expansions and demographic changes by smallpox disasters in 18th and 19th century Amakusa islands, Kyushu, Japan

- Mingfang Xia (Remin University, China):

   The Disintegration and Revival of Families: The Great TangShan Earthquake in a Historical Perspective

- Mi Hong (Zhejiang University, China), Yang Mingxu (Zhejiang University, China):

   A study of population change led by China’s great famine (1958-1961)


Session 4:  Are All Joint Family Societies the Same? Comparing Complex Residence Patterns in Europe and Asia, Past and Present
Organizer: Mikolaj Szoltysek (Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology in Halle)

Chair: Kees Mandemakers (International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam)

Discussant: Mary Louise Nagata (History Department, Francis Marion University)


- Chuan-Kang Shih (University of Florida):

   A Comparative Study of Domestic Organizations of the Moso and Han in Yongning, China

- Zhu Mei and Son Byung-giu (Sungkyunkwan University, Korea):

   The character of Korean family in 17-19th century by household headship

- Mikolaj Szoltysek (Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology in Halle) and Siegfried Gruber (Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research):

   Are all Joint Family Societies the Same? Measuring patriarchy in eastern European complex family systems

- Filipa Ribeiro da Silva (University of Macau, China):

   Extended family patterns in Urban Mozambique, c. 1800: Determining household composition and complex residency


Session 5: Abortion and Infanticide in Comparative Historical Perspective: Crime and/or Demographic Technique? (Part 2)
Organizers: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux (EHESS, Paris)

                      Ioan Bolovan (Romanian Academy, Center of Transylvanian Studies, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca)

Chair: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux (EHESS, Paris)

Discussant: Dalia Leinarte (Vilnius University)


- Marius Eppel (Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca):

   State intervention on the control of midwifes (19th-20th centuries)

- J. David Hacker (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis):

   The campaign against induced abortion in the nineteenth-century United States and its impact on fertility

- Luminița Dumănescu, Traian Rotariu and Ioan Bolovan (Centre for Population Studies, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca):

   New data and interpretations on abortion in communist Romania

- Isabelle Seguy (INED-CNRS) and Isabelle Rodet-Belarbi (INRAP-CNRS):

   Babies in the well: Witnesses of abortions and infanticides in Gallo-roman and Medieval France


Business Meeting: Electoral Commission




IC 1  International Federation for Public History
 

1 PM-4 PM,5PM

Keynote Speech(1 PM-2 PM), Session 1(2:30 PM-4 PM), General Assembly and Reception(5 PM)  at VIP Room Mu Dan, Shandong Hotel


Keynote Speech
- Ilaria Porciani (University of Bologna)

   What can Museums do for Public History? What can Public History do for Museums?


Session 1: Teaching Public History
Chair: Andreas Etges (Amerika-Institute,Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich)


- Constance B. Schulz (University of South Carolina):

   Comparative Public History in the United States and the United Kingdom

- David Dean (Carleton University, Ottawa), George H. O. Abungu (Okello Abungu Heritage Associates, Nairobi) and Indira Chowdhury (Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology,Centre for Public History, Bangalore):

   Teaching International. Introduction to Public History


IFPH-FIHP 2015 General Assembly and Reception



IAO 9  Commission Internationale des Etudes Historiques Slaves (CIEHS)

 

Portals of Globalization to the Slavic World
 

2 PM-5:15 PM  

Dongying Hall, Shandong Hotel


Organizers: Ulf Brunnbauer (University of Regensburg)

                      Krzysztof Makowski (Adam Mickiewicz University Poznań)

                      Frank Hadler (GWZO Leipzig)


Opening by Dušan Kováč (President of the CIEHS, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava)

Introduction by Frank Hadler (General Secretary of the CIEHS, GWZO Leipzig):

  Looking on the transnational side of Slavic history thru the manifold “Portals of Globalisation”


Session1: Metropoles
Chair: Ulf Brunnbauer (University of Regensburg)

Comment: Konstantin V. Nikiforov (Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow)


- Zdenko Zlatar (University of Sydney):

   Moscow as the Center for Information on and Interaction with the Slavic World in Late Imperial Russia, 1857-1917

- Frank Grüner (University of Heidelberg):

   A City on the Crossroads: Harbin and Russia's Entanglements with Asia and Europe in Times of Globalization

- Aldo Ferrari (University of Venice), Giulia Lami (University of Milano):    Odessa – The Russian Portal to the Black Sea in the pre-revolutionary period

General Assembly of CIEHS/Assemblée générale du CIEHS




IAO 10  Commision of History of International Relations
 

Old and New Players - Histories of International Relations
(XIX-XXI Centuries)
 

2 PM-5:15 PM

Zibo Hall, Shandong Hotel


Session 1: Global Approaches: Theory, Economics, and International Networks
Chair: Hugues Tertrais (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)

Discussant: Flávio S. Saraiva (University of Brasília)


- Tullo Vigevani (São Paulo State University):

   The emergence of a new South: theory and history

- Miguel Vecino (Spanish Diplomatic Services):

   The Congresses System and the new international scenario

- Kumiko Haba (Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo):

   Global Power Shift, Territorial Dispute, and Reconciliation comparing European Case -The Role of the United States - early 20th Century

- Laurence Badel (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne):

   European Union's Business Round Tables: building a new paradigm of the international system ?

- Vasile Puscas (University of Cluj-Napoca):

   Strategic Region and the Reconstructing of International System


Session 2: Global Approaches: Beyond the State
Chair: Duanmu Mei (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences)

Discussant: Dumitru Preda (Romanian Diplomatic Services)


- María Dolores Elizalde (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas - CSIC, Madrid):

   Empire and International Relations

- Alfredo Canavero (University of Milan):

   An International Actor without Territory: the Holy See from 1870 to 1929

- Elisabeth Du Réau (Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3):

   L’Union européenne, nouvel acteur des relations internationales, une question controversée

- Pierre Journoud (Centre d’études d’histoire de la Défense):

   The United Nations and regional security in the Indochina Peninsula since the Vietrnam War




IAO 11  International Federation for Research in Women’s History (IFRWH)
 

2 PM-7 PM   

Welcome and Opening Remarks(2 PM-2:30 PM), Round Table(2:30 PM-4:30 PM) at Auditorium, Nanjiao Hotel.

Main Theme Panel 1(2:30 PM-3:30 PM), Sub-Theme A Panel 1 (3:30 PM-5 PM) at

Room 3012, Club.

Main Theme Panel 2(2:30 PM-4:30 PM) at Room 3013, Club.

Main Theme Panel 3(2:30 PM-4 PM) and 4(4 PM-5 PM) at Room 3015, Club.

Main Theme Panel 5(2:30 PM-4 PM) at Room 3018, Club.

Reception(5 PM-7 PM) at Room Ju Xian, Blue Hall, Nanjiao Hotel.


Organizer: Uma Chakravarti (University of Delhi [Retired])

                    Clare Midgley (Sheffield Hallam University)


Welcome and Opening Remarks
Clare Midgley (President) and Uma Chakravarti (Vice-President)


Round Table: Women’s History at the Cutting Edge (part 2, continuation of RT 15)
Organizers: Karen Offen (Clayman Institute for Gender Research, Stanford University, USA and CISH Bureau)

                      Yan Chen (Fudan University, China)


- Joanna De Groot (University of York)

- Catherine Carstairs with Nancy Janovicek (University of Guelph; University of Calgary)

- Maria Bucur-Deckard (Indiana University)

- Marianna Muravyeva ( Oxford Brookes University)



MAIN THEME: Women and Modernity
Panel 1: Modernity, Post Modernity and the Pre-history of Transnational Feminism
Chair and Discussant: Ian Tyrrell (University of New South Wales)


- Ellen DuBois and Vinay Lal (UCLA):

   Indian Nationalist Feminism 1935-1945 and the Reversal of the International gaze: The Case of Kamaladevi Chattopadhyaya

- Glenda Sluga (University of Sydney):

   From the league to the UN: Transnational Feminism and the dilemmas of Modernity


SUB-THEME A: Resistant Subjectivities
Panel 1:  Eleanor Hinder and the East: An Australian Internationalist and Activists in Inter-war China and Japan
Chair: Rumi Yasutake (Konan University, Kobe)


- Sarah Paddle (Deakin University, Victoria):

   Eleanor Hinder and the rights of the ‘Chinese woman’ at work: against an emerging political voice of ‘the women of China’

- Sophie Loy-Wilson (Deakin University, Victoria):

   The ‘Save China’ campaign: Eleanor Hinder’s response to Japanese Imperialism in China

- Fiona Paisley (Griffith University, Queensland):

   Debating the Machine Age: Eleanor Hinder at Institute of Pacific Relations in Kyoto, Japan, 1929


MAIN THEME: Women and Modernity
Panel 2: Transnational Border Subjects
Chair: Uma Chakravarti (University of Delhi [Retired])


- Misako Kunihara (Tokyo Women’s Christian University):

   Woman in East Asian International relations in the 15th and 16th centuries

- Ayse Ebru Akcasu (SOAS, University of London):

   Transcending Borders, Negotiating Identities: The experience of the emigré woman in Hamidian Istanbul., 1876-1909

- Alexander Petrov and Dawn Lea Black (Russian Academy of Sciences; University of Alaska):

   Natalia Shelikova: An early modern woman, de facto governor of Russian Alaska 1795-1797

- Carolyn Eichner (University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee):

   Amending Tales and Abating Inequities: French feminist reworkings of traditional Kanak legends in late 19th century


MAIN THEME: Women and Modernity
Panel 3: Modernizing Women: Socialist Women’s Perspectives and Struggles
Chair: Kathryn Kish Sklar(State University of New York, Binghamton)


- Francisca de Haan (Central European University, Budapest):

   The WIDF and Soviet women as global models of modern liberated womanhood, 1940s through 1960s

- Katharine McGregor (Melbourne University):

   Rethinking the History of Indonesian Women: Gerwani and the articulation of alternative socialist modernities from the 1940s through 1960s

- Wang Zheng (University of Michigan):

   The All China Women’s Federation in 1964: socialist state feminists’ dilemmas in the context of the Sino-Soviet Break-up


MAIN THEME: Women and Modernity
Panel 4: Women’s Movements and Human Rights: Local Roots and Transnational Frameworks
Chair: Glenda Sluga (University of Sydney)

Discussant: Jocelyn Olcott (Duke University)


- Kathryn Kish Sklar (State University of New York, Binghamton):

   “Women’s human rights”: A history of the concept in American Feminism1830-1995

- Temma Kaplan (Rutgers University):

    Water rights and women’s social movements, globally considered 1970-2015


MAIN THEME: Women and Modernity
Panel 5: Religion, Cosmopolitanism and Modernity
Chair: Nupur Chaudhuri


- Clare Midgley (Sheffield Hallam University):

   Liberal religion, cosmopolitanism and the making of modern feminisms

- Jane Haggis (Flinders University, Adelaide):

   Women’s web of cosmopolitan amity: Interfaith, cross cultural, and transnational friendship networks on the cusp of empire: three case studies

- Margaret Allen (University of Adelaide):

   The meeting of so many nationalities with such earnestness of purpose



Reception




IAO 12  The Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing(SHARP)
 

Reading, Writing and the Book: New Histories


2 PM-5:15 PM

Conference Room on the 4th Floor, Southern Building, Nanjiao Hotel


Session 1: Portable Books, Travelling Texts and Entangled Histories
Organizer: Sydney Shep (Victoria University Wellington)


- Monica Romano (Sapienza University, Rome):

   Linguistic and cultural issues in translating the Bible into Chinese: from Western to Chinese translators and from formal to functional translations

- Lisa Kuitert (University of Amsterdam):

   Chinese printers in the Dutch East Indies

- Liangyu Fu (University of Michigan):

   Remaking “Usefulness” for New Audience: The Translation, Production, and Dissemination of “Useful Knowledge” in China during the Nineteenth Century

- David Carter (University of Queensland):

   Australian Books in the American Literary Marketplace: The Limits of Transnationalism

- Caroline Campbell (Massey University, Wellington):

   The screened book: From conceptual to digital




IAO 13  The International Committee for the History
of The Second World War
 

2 PM-6:30 PM

Session 1(2 PM-5 PM), General Assembly(5 PM-6:30 PM) at Conference Room on the 5th Floor, Nanjiao Hotel


Organizer: Joan Beaumont (The Australian National University, Canberra)


Session 1: Cultural Reflections on World War II
- Tanya Penter (Heidelberg University):

   Visual artists, World War II victims and victimization processes in Belarus

- Bozo Repe (University of Ljubljana):

   Impact of the Artistic Production about World War II on Yugoslav Society and on the Disintegration of the State

- Chantal Kesteloot (Cegesoma, Brussels):

   War in fiction and its impact on European collective memories in the 20th century

- Dieter Pohl (Universität Klagenfurt, Institut für Geschichte):

   World War II in East European Film 1955-1985

- Martijn Eickhoff  (Radboud University Nijmegen):

   The legacies of the 'Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere' in archaeology: the Japanese Borobudur-excavation (Java; Autumn 1943) as a case study


General Assembly : the future of the Committee




IAO 14  International Social History Association
 

Social History Worldwide: Decline and  Revival
 

2 PM-5:15 PM

Conference Room on the 3rd Floor, Southern Building, Nanjiao Hotel


Organizer: Marcel Van Der Linden (International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam, and University of Amsterdam)


Session 1: Regional Trends and Comparative Issues
Chair: Marcel Van Der Linden (International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam, and University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)


- Amarjit Kaur (University of New England, Armidale):

   The 'globalization' of social history

- Janaki Nair (Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi):

   South Asia

- Ming Zhu (East China Normal University, Shanghai):

   China

- Béla Tomka (University of Szeged):

   Europe




IAO 15  Network of World and Global History Organizations (NOGWHISTO)

 

Transnational, World and Global History
 

2 PM-5:15 PM

Room 1018 , Club of Nanjiao Hotel


Session 1: Cross-Regional Encounters and Global History
Chair: Patrick Manning (University of Pittsburgh)


- Mikhail Lipkin (Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow):

   Comprehension of the incomprehencible: major trends in the  study of World and Global History in contemporary Russia

- Dominic Sachsenmaier (Jacob University Bremen):

   World history writing in Europe, the US, and China compared

- Jie-Hyun Lim (Critical Global Studies Institute,Sogang University, Seoul):

   New trends in transnational history writing among East Asian historians

- Rokhaya Fall (Université Cheikh Anta Diop, Dakar):

   Une histoire de l'Afrique au féminin



Evening Session
Global Connections: the Next Generation (posters)
7:45 PM-9:30 PM

Shandong Energy Hall, Shandong Hotel


Organizer: Gunlög Fur, John Hennessey (Linnaeus University, Växjö, Sweden)

                    Stefan Eklöf Amirell (Lund University, Lund)


The posters will be discussed by four commentators:

- Rolf Torstendahl (Uppsala University)

- Patrick Manning (University of Pittsburgh)

- Camilla Brautaset (University of Bergen)

- Jacqueline Van Gent (University of Western Australia)


The posters and presenters:

- Peter Bent (University of Massachusetts,Amherst):

Globalization, Crises and Structural Change at the turn of the 20th Century

- Priyanka Dey (University of Hyderabad,India):

Asia in the World: Exploring the Global Connections

- Marcella Festa (University of Ca'Forscari of Venice, Italy):

Early Metallurgy in Eurasia: What was the Role of Xinjiang in the Spread of Metal Technology?

- May Hawas (University of Alexandria,Egypt):

The Routledge Companion to World History and World Literature

- John Hennessey (Linnaeus University, Sweden):

Japan in the Transnational Culture of Imperialism

- Florence Hodous (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel):

Mobility, Empire and Cross Cultural Contacts in the Mongol Eurasia Project

- Nina Holzschneider (Freie Universität Berlin):

Modernization and Identity in Late 19th Century Okinawa

- Concepcion Lagos (University of the Philippines):

What after Emancipation? A Comparative Study between the Mabo Case in Australia and the First Certificate of Ancestral Domain Title (CADT) in the Philippines

- Login Lok-yin Law (University of Hong Kong):

Changes of the Joseon Envoys’ Understanding of the West: A Study of their Observations of Objects in Beijing Catholic Churches

- Olga Medvedeva (University of Bergen):

Connections and Mobility: A Prosopographical Study on Norwegians in China’s Maritime Customs Service in the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries

- Verena Muth (Cologne University):

Global connections and independence: The case of the Caribbean Darién, 1750-1810

- Torsten Weber (German Institute for Japanese Studies DIJ Tokyo):

A Global History of the Pursuit of Happiness

- Lei Zhang (Syracuse University, NY):

Japanese Well Drilling in Beijing, 1900-1911





General Poster Session Organized by Shandong University


Categorized Themes of Posters



I. Transnational Exchanges and Comparisons


-Marcella Festa, University of Ca’Forscari of Venice (Italy)

Early Metallurgy in Eurasia: What was the Role of Xinjiang in the Spread of Metal Technology?

-Gao Jun, Shandong University

The Comparison and Contrast of Iron Armour between Imperial Rome and Imperial Qin-Han of China

-Jordi Pérez González, University of Barcelona (Spain)

Egypt and the Middle East: Productive and Distributive Centers of Luxury Goods in Classical Antiquity.

-John Hennessey, Linnaeus University (Sweden)

Japan in the Transnational Culture of Imperialism

-Huang Xiaoyu, East China Normal University

A Temporary Ferry --- Tianjin Jewish Community in the First Half of the 20th Century

-Kim Woo Yeong, Seoul National University (South Korea)

The Reformation of the School Entrance Examination in the Late 14th Century Korea: Between China’s Influence and the Existing System.

-Li Qiang,University of Ioannina(Greece)

Relations between the Roman Empire and China: On the Image of the Roman Empire in Chinese Sources (1st-7th Century CE)

-Liao Si, East China Normal University

In a Mutual Gaze: the Study of the Eighth Earl of Elgin's Mission

-Olga Medvedeva, University of Bergen (Norway)

Norwegians in the Chinese Maritime Customs Service (1861-1949)

-Wang Jiaxin,Northeast Normal University

To Save China, To Claim America: Inventing Chinese American Identity in the 1930s

-Yu Yusen, University of Heidelberg (Germany)

Timurid Reception and Integration of Khitā’i Aesthetic: Material, Technique and Image, ca. 1370-1506


II. Social Life and Values


-Chai Huifang, Yangzhou University

The Belief of Usnisa Vijaya Dharani Sutra in 7th-10th Centuries China: Focusing on Dhvaja and its Regional Distribution.

-Jachong Sonam Tsering , Tibet University

A Survey Report on Bka’ Gdams Pa Monastery Zhogs’od Gsal at the Upper of Lhasa River

-Li Qiao, Hebei Normal University

The Newly Unearthed Tomb Contracts in the Song and Yuan Dynasties

-Ren Yi, South China Normal University

The Journey of Odoric and Gugu Hat in the Yuan Dynasty

-Sun Lingzhi, China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences

History Research of Fragrant Medicines in Ming and Qing Dynasties

-Yu Denghui, Shandong University

The Snake Image in Greek Mythology

-Zhang Linan ,Shandong University                                                                                          

Football Hooliganism under Subculture Pattern: A Case Study of Chinese Football Fans

-Zhang Qilong, Jinan University

The Study on Xudi in Guangzhou Gaodijie around the First Opium War: Based on Contracts

-Zhong Dezhi, South China Normal University

On the Cultural Values behind Animal Acts in the Law of Manu

-Zhong Tingting, Southwest University for Nationalities

Inauspicious or Auspicious? An Analysis of the Contradictory Cognitions of Bamboo Flowering

-Zhou Jiandong, Shandong Normal University

On the Causes of the Rise and Decline of Ancient Chinese Sports: Taking Cuju as an Example

-Zhou Yating and WANG Feng, Soochow University

The Rise and Decline of Ancient Chinese Cuju from the Perspective of Cuju Artists


III. Dynastic Institutions and Politics


-Dong Jianmin, Shandong University

A Preliminary Study of the Distribution of Juren in Jiangxi Province: Focusing on School Registers

-Dong Xiaobo, Northeast Normal University

The Reconstruction of the Archives of Lugal-iti-dathe Archivist of the Animal Center of Ur III Dynasty in Drehem

-Huang Lili, Nanjing Normal University

Discussion on the Yuanwaizhitongzhengyuan in the Early Stage of the Tang Dynasty

-Li Yang, Northwest University for Nationalities

The Formation of Northern Ethnic Groups’ Consciousness: From the Time that Ancient Uighur Confirmed its Name

-Liu Shanshan, Tsinghua University

Case Study on Architecture by Little Big History Method

-Long Xiao, Shandong University

The Governance of the South by the Royal Court during the Shang and Early Western Zhou Periods in an Archaeological Perspective: Focusing on the Middle Tangtze Region

-Ren Songfeng, Qufu Normal University

A Study on the Official Residences of Han Dynasty

-Wang Meijun, Shandong University

Contributions of Stephen Langton to Magna Carta

-Yang Xinliang, Sichuan University

The Trend of "Reclaiming the Military Leadership" in the Late Tang and Five Dynasties as Reflected in the Changes of Military Discipline

-Zhang Menghan, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

A Study of “the Aura of Son of Heaven in the Southeast” and the Inspection Tour of Emperor Qin Shihuang to the East

-Zhang Xiaoqing, Nanjing Normal University

Discussion on How “No Empress” Affected Eunuch Dictatorship in the Middle and Late Tang Dynasty


IV. Media, Education and Historical Writing


-Li Haojian, The Affiliated Middle School of the Renmin University of China

The Daoguang Emperor’s Personality: From the Psychological-Historical Perspective

-Qu Xiaoyan, Shandong Normal University

A Review on Modern Qilu Culture from the Perspective of Travelogues of Japanese Intellectuals after Meiji Restoration

-Rania Saleh, Shandong Normal University

Media and Political Transitions in Egypt (2005-2014)

-Joseph Tsigbe, University of Lome (Togo)

Writing the History of Postcolonial Togo from Caricature: Which Methodological Approach?

-Zhai Jinfeng, Shandong University

The Standing out of the Allegory of Liberty During the French Revolution

-Zhang Nan, Shanxi University

Media Dissemination and New Cultural Area Construction: A Study on the Sunday and the New Culture Movement in Sichuan

-Zhao Min, Wuhan University

Between the Illusion and Truth: How West German Youth Comprehended the Third Reich in the 1950s and Early 1960s

-Zhang Lijuan, Palacky University (Czech Republic)

Female Images in History Textbooks of Mainland China


V. Social Transformation and Construction in Modern Era


-Chen Jinging, Shanghai Normal University

Universal Relief in Asia under the Background of Nationalism Vs Imperialism: A Case of World Red Swastika Society

-Hao Xiaowen, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Hong Kong)

Sharing Insolvency Risk: Chinese Style Partnership Debt, Proportional Liability, and Legal Reform in Republican Shanghai

-Lagos, Concepcion R. University of the Philippines (the Philippines)

Sinews and Weapons of (the Weak) Shoemakers in the Footwear Capital of the Philippines: A Social History and Ethnographic Exploration

-Li Nan, Shandong University

Geographical and Spatial Interpretation of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions in North China: Taking Missionary Work in Shandong as an Example, 1880-1900

-Liu Yajuan, Fudan University

“Two-faced Men”: Modern Model Worker between the State and Urban (1949-1963)

-Shen Lingyin, University of Toronto (Canada)

Esperanto not as a substitute? Liu Shipei: Voicing for Chinese Agency out of Cultural Hegemony in an Anarchist landscape Imbued with National Essence

-Ji Linghui , Fudan University

Introduction of Bacteriology and the Construction of Public Health and Epidemic Prevention Mechanism in Late Qing Dynasty and Early Period of China

-Yang Songlin, University of Toronto (Canada)

Compassion and Compulsivity: The Indirect Violence of Discourse and Unintended Consequences of James Y.C Yan’s Mass Education Movement in China during 1920s                                                 ——From the Perspective of 'Enlightenment at Large'

-Zhang Xiaoyu, Central China Normal University

The Research on the Missionary Case during Late Qing Dynasty from the Perspective of International Law and Foreign Law, 1860-1912



Note:


1. All the posters are displayed on the Exhibition Area in Shandong Hotel from 23-27 August. The posters will be moved into Energy Hall on 17:00 of 27 August.


2. Poster authors are expected to make short oral presentations to visitors during 15:30-17:00 of 27 August.





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