International Summer School on East Asian International Relations in Maritime History, 2019
1. Holding: Department of History, Shanghai Jiao Tong University,Graduate School of Arts and Science at University of Tokyo, China Maritime Museum.
2. Time:23rd July to 1st August
3. Location: Minhang, Shanghai, China
The theme of summer school 2019 will be “East Asian International Relations in Maritime History”. We will introduce and discuss research topics and materials of trade, immigration, technology and dispute in East Asian Seas with cross-disciplinary perspectives, in order to understand the difference between East and West, and the change of the world system in the modern history.
Department of History was built in 2003. Archives collection, major national strategy and cross disciplines are its core development patterns. The department develops in 5 research areas that local archives,the Tokyo War-crime trials, environment history and history of diseases and modern Chinese history. There is also a history GIS team working on a HGIS project.
The summer school is willing to develop more international academic connection on East Asian Relations and maritime history. Also, it is willing to train and develop critical thoughts and new methodology on the research of new archives.
Matthew Augustine, Associate Professor, History Department, Kyushu University
Robert Bickers，Professor, History Department, University of Bristol
Takeshi Hamashita, Professor, History Department, Sun Yat-sen University
Tienhao Jen, Associate Professor, Taichung University of Science and Technology
Shin Kawashima，Professor, Graduate School of Arts and Science, University of Tokyo
Barak Kushner, Professor, Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Cambridge
Haijian Mao, Professor, Department of History, University of Macau
Chihua Tang, Professor, History Department, Fudan University
Yun Xia，Associate Professor, History Department, Valparaiso University
(1) Lecture and Discussion (7 days).
(2) cultural tour (1 day)
23rdJul 2019. Registration
24th Jul. – 31st Jul. Lecture and Presentation
1st Aug. Leave
Young scholars, graduate students and senior undergraduate students on maritime history and history of international relations from China and overseas. (30people)
hotel fee will be covered.
11. To apply
Applicants should submit a short statement of their research interests and how this workshop would fit into their training. A recommendation letter from the student’s faculty advisor is also required. Graduate students and young scholars must submit one research paper for the workshop, and master student can choose to submit or not. Application deadline will be 30th April, 2019 (candidates can apply to submit research paper after the deadline) .
Online application : http://apply. sjtu.edu.cn.
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