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中國城市生活的經驗:1520世紀 國 際 學 術 研 討 會
 
會議時間:2008 年 12 月 4-6 (週四至週六)
會議地點:法國遠東學院巴黎總部
 
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中央研究院「明清的城市文化與生活」主題研究計畫
美國蔣經國基金會校際漢學研究中心
美國哈佛大學東亞語言文明學系
法國遠東學院台北中心
 
研討會議程(Renewed on Nov, 16)
 
 
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PROGRAM
  THURSDAY DECEMBER 4, 2008 Abstract
9:00—9:15 Registration  
9:15—9:30 Opening Remarks  
9:30—10:30

Panel A: Nanjing and Yangzhou during the Ming-Qing Period
1. Si-yen FEI (University of Pennsylvania, U.S.A):
 Conceptualizing and Experiencing the City: The Case of Ming Nanjing
2. LI Hsiao-t'i (Academia Sinica, Taiwan):
 Trivial Words from Nanjing: A 19th Century Account






10:30—11:00 Break  
11:00—12:00

3. Wai-yee LI (Harvard University, U.S.A):
 Memory and Historical Judgment in Early Qing Yangzhou
4. Lucie OLIVOVÁ (Palacký University, The Czech Republic):
 Where Does the Pleasure-boat Stop Next?
 Tracing Li Dou’s Route through Yangzhou



12:00—2:00 Lunch  
2:00—3:30

Panel B: Seeking Pleasures in the City
1. WU Jen-Shu (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
 Advertising Culture and Consumption Customs of the Cities
 during the Ming and Qing Periods

2. Joanna WALEY-COHEN (New York University, U.S.A):
 Gastronomy and Consumption in Eighteenth-Century China
3. Xavier PAULES (Université Paris 13 Nord, France):
 Opium and Gambling Houses as Places of Sociability







3:30—4:00 Break  
4:00—5:30

Panel C: Disorder and Cultural Reconstruction
1. WANG Hung-tai (National Chi Nan University, Taiwan):
 Changing Culture and Cultural Changes: The Early Qing Political
 Campaigns and the Shifting Urban Culture of Jiangnan Literati

2. Tobie MEYER-FONG (Johns Hopkins University, U.S.A):
 City as Cenotaph: Building Commemorative Landscapes in
 Post-Taiping Jiangnan

3. HU Siao-chen (Academia Sinica, Taiwan):
 Hangzhou under Cultural Reconstruction after the Taiping Rebellion





     
   
 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2008

 
9:00—10:30

Panel D: Urban Economic Life, Concepts, and Practices
1. CHIU Peng-sheng (Academia Sinica, Taiwan):
 Revisiting the Distinction of Woman's Work and Womanly Work 
 in the Proto-Industrialization of Jiangnan Textile Industry, 1600-1800

2. Luca GABBIANI (Ecole Française d'Extrême-Orient, France):
 Urban Property in Qing Beijing: Administrative and Legal Aspects
3. Christian LAMOUROUX (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales,
 France):
 The Shops of Baochan Hutong and Their Pubao:
 Social and Trade Relations in the Peking Xisi Quarter (1952-1954)







10:30—10:45 Break  
10:45—12:15

Panel E: Religion and City Life
1. CH'EN Hsi-yuan (Academia Sinica, Taiwan):
 Summoning the Wandering Ghosts of the City:
 The Li Sacrifice in the State Cult and the Popular Festival in Suzhou

2. JU Xi (Beijing Normal University, China):
 Temple Worship and Guilds in Old Beijing
 ——A Case Study of ZhenWu Temple in the XiSi District(1779-1952)

3. LAI Hui-min (Academia Sinica, Taiwan):
 The Impact of Tibetan Buddhism on the Customs of Peking Citizenry









12:15—2:00 Lunch  
2:00—3:30

Panel F: Visualizing the Cities
1. Lillian M. LI (Swarthmore College, U.S.A):
 Building and Visualizing Cities: China, Europe, and the Islamic Word,
 1400-1800

2. CHIU Chung-lin (Academia Sinica, Taiwan):
 Spectacles and the Social Life in the Ming-Qing Period
3. WANG Cheng-hua (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
 A New Vision of Urbanism:
 Western Elements in Chinese Cityscapes of the Qianlong Period (1736-95)








3:30—4:00 Break  
4:00—5:30

Panel G: Outsiders' Views of the Cities
1. Xiaofei TIAN (Harvard University, U.S.A):
 So Different a Part of Town:
 Nineteenth-century Chinese Travelers in London and Paris

2. Jérôme BOURGON (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique,
  France):

 Urban Death in China. Imprisonment and Executions in Late Qing Beijing
3. Weijie SONG (Rutgers University, U.S.A):
 Unfolding the Forbidden City:
 Princess Der Ling, Victor Segalen, and the Disclosure of “the Within”








     
   

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2008

9:30—11:30

Panel H: Current French Scholarship on Urban History
1. Kapil RAJ (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, France):
 The Co-construction of Urban and Intellectual Dynamics
 in 18th-century Calcutta

2. Patrice BOURDELAIS (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales,
 France):
 The Creation of the First Offices for Municipal Hygiene in
 Nineteenth-century Europe: The Cases of Brussels, Paris and Turin

3. Alice INGOLD (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, France):
 Urban Projects in Milan under Fascism
4. Annie FOURCAUT (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France):
 Urban Life in the Large Suburban Housing Estates of France:
 The Failure of Modernity 1955-1975











11:30—12:00

Concluding Remarks:
Luca GABBIANI (Ecole Française d'Extrême-Orient, France)
LI Hsiao-t'i (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
Tobie MEYER-FONG (Johns Hopkins University, U.S.A)

 
   
 
 
 
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