25th Global HIstory Seminar

8 October, 2007   Nakanoshima Center, Osaka University


Michael North (Department of History, Ernst Moritz Arndt University Greifswald)

The Baltic Region in the World Economy



24th Global History Seminar

20 July, 2007   Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University


Mark Metzler  (Associate Professor of History and Asian Studies, University of Texas, at Austin)

Writing global history: How are we to understand the international cycle of reform and reaction in the late nineteenth century?



23th Global HIstory Seminar

19 May, 2007   Nakanoshima Center, Osaka University

co-organized by The Japanese Association for South Asian Studies , Kansai


Kenneth Pomeranz (Professor, University of California, Irvine)

Long-Term Development paths in East Asia and South Asia



22st Global History Seminar

12 May 2007  at Nakanoshima Center, Osaka University


 J. Forbes Munro (Professor, University of Glasgow)

Diaspora and Newworks: Scottish Merchants in Nineteenth Century Asia

 Tomotaka Kawamura (Associate Professor, Toyama University)

British Bisiness and Empire in Asia: The Eastern Exchange Banks, 1851-63 




21st Global History Seminar
'Reconsideration of Sixty Years of the People’s Republic of China: Historiography of Contemporary Chinese Studies in Japan'
17 February 2007 at Senri-Asahi Building
co-organized by Project team on Contemporary China at Osaka University of Foreign Studies
Kazuko Mouri (Waseda University)
A note on the Study of Contemporary Chinese Diplomacy
Comment by Shigeo Nishimura (Osaka University of Foreign Studies)
Akio Takahara (University of Tokyo)
Growth or Equilibrium: Controversies on Economic Policies in China and the Central-local governments relationship
Comment by Xu Wei-tong(Osaka University
of Foreign Studies)
Tatsuo Yamada (University of the Air)
The People’s Republic of China in a historical perspective
Comment by Hitoshi Tanaka (Osaka University of Foreign Studies)



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