Workshops 18-

19th Global History Workshop

5 October, 2011 University of Tokyo  The World / Global History Joint Workshop,  Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia


Purpose and Scope by Organizer: Ryuto Shimada (Seinan Gakuin University)


Gwyn Campbell (McGill University)

The Indian Ocean World in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries


Takashi Hasuda (Niigata University)

Divided Sea and Vietnam Integrated


Kazuo Kobayashi (PhD Candidate, London School of Economics)

Indian Cotton Textiles and Atlantic Africa in the 18th and 19th Centuries; The Case of the British International Trade


Takao Morinaga (Ritsumeikan University)


Commentator: Hideaki Suzuki (JSPS Research Fellow)


General disucussion

18th Global History Workshop

1 October, 2011 Osaka University

Gwyn Campbell (McGill University)

The Indian Ocean World Slave Trade over the Longue Durée

Ryuto Shimada (Seinan Gakuin University)

The Slavery of the Dutch East India Company: Batavia and Nagasaki

Hideaki Suzuki (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science)

Kuchchhi Bhatiya's Activities and Their Networks in the 19th Century

kyota Yamada (Kyoto University)

Considerations on Unfolding of South Indian Merchant Activities and Formation of Port City Colombo:

A Sketch of Organization and Transformation of Urban Space since the 18th Century

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