Online Workshop : « Early Modern Kyushu: A Regional Crossroads of Knowledge, Trade and Production », les 9 et 10 septembre

Ces journées d’étude, organisées par le Centre de recherche sur les civilisations de l’Asie orientale (CRCAO) dans le cadre du Programme Kyushu, auront lieu les 9 et 10 septembre 2022 (uniquement en distanciel).
 
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Parmi les interventions, Patrick Beillevaire (CRJ-CCJ / CNRS) : Putting up with Shogunate Restrictions. Satsuma’s China Trade via the Kingdom of Ryūkyū 
 
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Friday, September 9, 2022

(Central European Time)

8:45 : Introduction

Session 1: Circulation of knowledge and scholarly networks

Chair: Bettina GRAMLICH-OKA (Sophia University)

9:00-9:40 / 16:00-16:40 (Japan)

ŌSHIMA Akihide 大島明秀 (Prefectural University of Kumamoto)

近世熊本藩領における「蘭学」知識の伝播

The Circulation of “Dutch Studies” (Rangaku) Knowledge in the Early Modern Kumamoto Domain (in Japanese)

9:40-10:20 / 16:40-17:20 (Japan)

Daniel SAID MONTEIRO (Université Paris Cité)

Learning from the Continent: Nagasaki Scholar-Interpreters in the Wake of the Ming-Qing Transition

10:20-11:00 / 17:20-18:00 (Japan)

Nicolas MOLLARD (Université Lyon III – Jean Moulin)

Networks of Naturalists and Introduction Routes of Agricultural Plants in Satsuma Domain from the Perspective of Seikei zusetsu (Illustrated Catalogue of Creation, 1804)

11:00-11:15 Break

Session 2: East Asian connections and religious matters

Chair: W. J. BOOT (Leiden University)

11:15-11:55 / 18:15-18:55 (Japan)

François LACHAUD (École française d’Extrême-Orient)

The Chinese Connection: Lives and Afterlives of Yinyuan Longqi (1592-1673) in Nagasaki

11:55-12:35 / 18:55-19:35 (Japan)

Pierre-Emmanuel ROUX (Université Paris Cité)

Kyūshū: The Heart of Anti-Christianity in Early Modern East Asia

Session 3: Technical knowledge: From global to local

Chair: Catherine JAMI (CNRS) 

14:30-15:10 / 21:30-22:10 (Japan) / 8:30-9:10 (US-EST)

Fiona KARCZ (Sorbonne Université)

Knowledge and Skills between West and East: the Jesuit Mission Press in Kyūshū (1591-1614)

15:10-15:50 / 22:10-22:40 (Japan) / 9:10-9:50 (US-EST)

Nathan LEDBETTER (Princeton University)

Local Matters: Kyūshū as a Site of the ‘Global’ Spread of Firearms

15:50-16:00 Break

16:00-16:40 / 23:00-23:40 (Japan) / 10:00-10:40 (US-EST)

Angela SCHOTTENHAMMER (KU Leuven)

Smallpox on the Ryūkyū Islands: Maritime Transmission and Local Treatment Methods

16:40-17:20 / 23:40-00:20 (Japan) / 10:40-11:20 (US-EST)

Céline ZURETTI (Université Paris Cité)

Technical Innovation in Premodern Kyūshū: The Case of the Shūseikan Jigyō of Satsuma Domain

 

Saturday, September 10, 2022

(Central European Time)

8:45 : Introduction

Session 4: International trade and local power

Chair: Andrew COBBING (University of Nottingham)

9:00-9:40 / 16:00-16:40 (Japan)

Frederik CRYNS (International Research Center for Japanese Studies)

Hirado as the Gateway to Japan on the Eve of the Early Modern Period 

9:40-10:20 / 16:40-17:20 (Japan)

PENG Hao 彭浩 (Osaka City University)

18世紀の長崎貿易と九州の地域市場

Nagasaki Trade and the Regional Market of  Kyūshū in the Eighteenth Century (in Japanese)

10:20-11:00  / 17:20-18:00 (Japan)

Patrick BEILLEVAIRE (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique)

Putting up with Shogunate Restrictions. Satsuma’s China Trade via the Kingdom of Ryūkyū 

11:15-11:55 / 18:15-18:55 (Japan)

Rebekah CLEMENTS (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)

Foreigners and the Consolidation of Power in Satsuma Domain during the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries

11:55-12:20 Concluding Remarks

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