65th Global History Seminar


18:00-20:00  20 December 2017

Shigakukyodo kenkyushitsu, Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University


Tomoko Akami (School of Culture, History and Language, ANU College of Asia & Pacific)


Lateral empires in modern global history and Asia

64th Global History Seminar


17:30-19:30   8 August 2017

Shigakukyodo kenkyushitsu, Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University


Sun Laichen (California State University, Fullerton /  Osaka University)


“Early modern translation in eastern Eurasia from a global perspective."




​63th Global History Seminar


16:30-18:00  25 July 2017

Daikaigishitsu, Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University


Bao Maohong  (Peking University, China)


“Environmental History and world History” 


commentator: Shoko Mizuno  (Komazawa University)  

62th Global History Seminar


16:30-18:30    7 June 2017

Machikaneyama-Kaikan, Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University


Jana K. Lipman(Tulane University)


Confinement and Mobility: The Paradox of the Refugee Experience




61th Global History Seminar

16:00-18:00  11 May 2017

Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University


Prof. Robert H. Taylor

South East Asian Affairs Consultant,
Member, Immigration Appeals Tribunal, Department of Constitutional Affairs,
Associate Senior Fellow, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (Singapore)

​Professor emeritus, School of Oriental and African Studies,  University of London


Comparing the Role of the Military in the Politics of Southeast Asia:

Controlling or Playing Politics?


60th Global History Seminar


16:00-18:30  7 April 2017  

Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University

(1)Daisuke Furuya(Graduate School of Language and Culture)

Intermediators who connected between Europe and Asia:

“Swedish” experiences in the early modern East Asia


(2) Masashi Okada (Graduate School of Letters)

Highlanders’ Network in the Early Modern Sino-Vietnamese Borderlands:

New Aspects of Southeast Asian Upland History


(3) Hiroo Nakajima(Osaka School of International Public Policy)

From Inter-Imperial Relations to Transnational Connections:

A Case of Japan’s Intellectual Interchange




59th Global History Seminar

Joint seminar “Southeast Asia: Eyes from Outside and on the Internal Borders”


Date/Time: February 24, 2017, 14:30~17:00

Place: Osaka University, Minoh campus Bld. B Fl. 1 Presentation room






Dr. Momoki Shiro(Professor, Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University)


“Japanese Perception of Southeast Asia, Past and Present:

①How Did Japanese People Perceive Southeast Asia During the 18th to 19th Centuries?

②Southeast Asian History in Japanese High Schools: A Pessimistic”



Dr. Farish Ahmad-Noor

 (Associate Professor, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies Nanyang Technological University)


“Across borders in Southeast Asia Today: Envisioning future ASEAN integration based on the complex reality of people’s life.”


Organizer: Osaka University Forum of Area Studies(OUFAS), Research Group of Maritime Asian   History, Global History Seminar


Collaborator: Japan Foundation Asia Center

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