Forum Todai de l’Université de Tokyo / CNRS à Lyon le 20 et 21 octobre 2011

Deux workshops dans le cadre du “Forum Todai” se tiendront à l’ENS de Lyon les 20 et 21 octobre 2011 sur le site Descartes.

– Jeudi 20 octobre : “L’histoire locale dans le contexte de l’histoire globale” organisé par Christian Henriot & Lee Ju-ling Plus infos
– Vendredi 21 octobre : “L’émergence d’un régionalisme asiatique : le rôle du Japon” organisé par Yveline Lerlec Plus infos


– 20 October 2011

Introductory remarks – 9:00-9:20
Haneda Masashi – Christian Henriot

Panel 1 – 9:30-10:30
Haneda Masashi: Introduction of the Concept of the ‘Islamic world’ into Japan and a world history in Japanese style
Dong Shaoxin: The Introduction of the Term “ASIA” into China and the Chinese responses

Panel 2 – 10:50-13:00

Jean-Pascal Bassino: Japan and the great divergence, 730-1870

François Gipouloux: Europe-China: From the great divergence to the great convergence? What can we learn from comparatism in economic history?

Kuroda Akinobu: Locality and global monetary history: an introduction to mezzo scope viewpoint

Guillaume Carré: Kaga domain, Tokugawa Bakufu, and the circulation of money at the beginning of 18th century

Panel 3 – 14:15-15:45

Sylvie Denoix: From the Late Antiquity to Medieval Egyptian History in the context of  the Moslem Empire

Asuka Tsuji: Messianic Expectations of the Copts in Medieval Egypt

Sun Yinggang: Sectarian Buddhism” in Medieval China: A Tyrannous Construct ? 

Panel 4 – 16:15-18:00
Frédéric Abecassis: Conversion, guarantee of sustainability of identities in a changing world
Christian Henriot: Modern Shanghai history: owners, renters, and historians
Yasutomi Ayumu: A Socio-Ecological Study on the history of modern Manchuria– 21 October 2011

Panel 5 – 9:30-11:00
Uchida Chikara: I Am Not a Social Historian: “Social History” in Postwar Japan
Dorothée Rihal : A Lone Islet in Central China: the French Concession in Hankou during the Japanese Occupation
Isabelle Tracol-Huynh: Prostitutes, brothels and red light district. The management of prostitution in the city of Hanoi in the 1870s to the 1950s

Panel 6 – 11:20-12:30
Terada Yuki: Museums and Exhibitions of Art in Iran since the 1960s
Ukai Atsuko: History of “Le Japonisme” as a Glocal Study

Panel 7 – 14:00-15:30
Clémence Andréys: German clichés about China in the Colonial Era, 1900-1950
Ji Meng: The Making of Nation in Modern Chinese
Lee Ju-ling: Constructing the identity of Taiwanese aborigines through postcards (1895-1945)

Panel 8 – 15:45-17:30
Isahaya Yoichi: Gravity of Modernity?: Reaction to the “New Astronomy” in Iran and Japan
Ayumi Mitsunari: Islamic Judiciary in Dispute: A Study of Contemporary Malaysia
Osamu Otsuka: From Ifranj to Europe: the Muslim Image of Europe