2 Divinity Avenue, Common Room, EALC Harvard University
October 6-7,2006
Co-sponsored by Academia Sinica
Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation Inter-University Center for Sinology, USA
Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, Harvard University
PROGRAM(Renewed on Oct, 5)
Name Title Abstract
Si-yen FEI (University of Pennsylvania, U.S.A)

The Conceptualization of Urban Space through Records of Contemporary Conversations

HU Siao-chen (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)


OKI Yasushi (The University of Tokyo, Japan)

City Life in the Late Ming Popular Songs

LI Hsiao-t'i (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)

The Great Baoen Temple: History and Myth(大報恩寺:歷史與神話)

MA Meng-ching (The National Palace Museum of Taiwan)

Looking Inside: Female Portraits in Illustrated Editions of The Story of the Western Wing(1569-1676)(明末清初戲曲插圖中的女性像:以《西廂記》為中心)

MA Ya-chen (Stanford University, U.S.A.)

At the Center of Time and Space: Visualizing the Capital through the Imagined Periphery

WANG Hung-tai (National Chi Nan University, Taiwan)

The Development of the Ming Literary Society through the Organization of Literary Communities(明代文人社群的凝結與文藝社會的發展)

KIN Bunko (Kyoto University, Japan)

The Activities of Yu Anqi, Late Ming Mountain Person(晚明山人俞安期的活動)

WU Jen-shu (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)

To whom do Famous Gardens and Mansions Belong? The Culture of Gardens and Mansions in the Jiangnan Region during the Ming-Qing Period(名園別墅為誰屬?論明清江南市鎮的園第文化)

CH'EN Hsi-yuan (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)

Sex and the City in the Festivals: A Preliminary Study on Women and Festivals in Late Imperial China

CHIU Chung-lin (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)

Gardening and Its Trading in Cities in Lower Yangtze Region, 1400-1900 (花園子與花樹店--明清江南城市的花卉種植與園藝市場)

Lucie OLIVOVA (Palacký University in Olomouc, The Czech Republic)

Literati, Urban Life, and Alternatives to Officialdom

CHIU Peng-sheng (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)

Wage Conflicts and Work-Discipline in Eighteenth-century Suzhou

LAI Hui-min  (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)

Relations between Bannerman and Chinese in the Manchu City of Hangzhou, 1644-1795(從杭州滿城看旗民關係(1644-1795))

Kristin STAPLETON (University of Kentucky, U.S.A.)

Slave Girls, Families, and Cities in the Qing and Early 20th-century

Peter CARROLL (Northwestern University, U.S.A.)

Administering the City/Policing Commerce

Barbara MITTLER (University of Heidelberg, Germany)

Foreigners and Chinese in a City of Advertising - Shanghai 1860s-1910s

Bryna GOODMAN (University of Oregon, U.S.A.)

“ Empty Enterprise”: the Press, the Semi-Colonial City, and the Shanghai Stock Market Bubble of 1920-1922


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