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本会元代表委員の岡部牧夫氏の「偲ぶ会」を次の要領で開催致します。

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拝啓 早春の候、時下ますますご清祥のこととご推察申し上げます。
 
 去る2010年12月6日、岡部牧夫(長興)さんが急逝されました。自宅のある富士見に帰る途中のバスのなかで、眠るように亡くなったとのことです。御遺体は信州大学病院へ献体されるとのことで、近親者のみでお別れをなさいました。
 岡部さんはすでに成蹊高校在学中から本格的な山登りをはじめ、かつては山岳雑誌『アルプ』の編集の中心として山の姿や人々とのかかわりを語り、その文章に親しんだ人も多くありました。歴史学への関心も最初は山との関係で環境史からスタートしたようですが、御尊父が昭和天皇の侍従をされておられたことから、やがて昭和史研究に傾斜し、「満洲国」史など植民地研究の第一人者として活動されました。学問的な成熟が期待されるなかでの早すぎた死でした。
 私の岡部さんとの付き合いは、成蹊高校教員のころからはじまり今日に及んでいます。この歳で教え子の死に直面するのはつらいことですが、私なりのとむらいができればという思いから、「岡部牧夫さんを偲ぶ会」の呼びかけ人の一員になりました。彼の多様な人生の様々な場面に立ち会った友人たちに語っていただき、彼の生きた意味を明らかにできればと思います。多くの皆様のご参加を心からお待ち申し上げております。
 なお、当日は御香典・供花の儀は辞退させて頂くとともに、平服でご参席賜りますよう、宜しくお願い申し上げます。
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【呼びかけ人】 
荒井信一(代表)・石島紀之・井村哲郎・中見立夫・平野幸男・柳沢遊・吉田裕・竜崇正

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1.日 時 2011年6月5日(日)14:00~17:00(受付13:30)
2.場 所 立教大学 太刀川記念館(東京都豊島区西池袋3-34-1 *池袋キャンパス内)
3.会 費 5,000円

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by sjcs | 2011-03-09 16:56 | →お知らせ

国際ワークショップ開催のお知らせ

以下の国際ワークショップの開催をお知らせします。

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Institutions and Merchant Communities in Asia from the 18th to the 20th Centuries
-Analyses of Global Trade Expansion from Local Perspectives-


A Joint International Workshop by JSPS Kaken Research Project on the Global Trade Expansion and Local Market Institutions in 19th-Century Asia and North America , Keio/Kyoto Global COE Program on Raising Market Quality and Integrated Design of ‘Market Infrastructure’, and Faculty of Economics, Kagawa University

Date: March 10-11, 2011
Venue: I-Pal Kagawa, 11-63, Bancho 1 Cho-me, Takamatsu, Kagawa, 760-0017, JAPAN
Organizers: Shiroyama Tomoko (Hitotsubashi University), Kanda Sayako (Keio University), and Shimanishi Tomoki (Kagawa University)

The aim of the workshop
The trajectory of the integration of the world economy has attracted much academic attention, particularly in terms of the rise of modern economy from the early 19th century. However, we have yet to know in detail about the institutional infrastructure that made the globalized flow of goods, money, and labor force possible. How could those commodities and resources be securely transacted at the markets that became newly involved in the global web of commerce? At this workshop, we would like to explore the question by comparing the case studies on the trade centers and the merchant communities in China, Japan, South East Asia, and Taiwan.
As Avner Greif demonstrated in his study on the the Maghribi traders in eleventh-century Mediterranean countries, the merchant community, as a non-state institution, played the key role in providing the secure institution for the cross-border trade. The previous scholarship on the Asian history also has pointed out the importance of the merchants’ network for the development of the regional economy. The intra-Asian comparison of the merchant communities, however, is still in its infancy. Engaging in the long-distance trade on a regular basis, how did merchants of different origin, ethnicity, or nationality deal with the institutional challenges to facilitate their transactions, such as execution of contracts, protection of property rights, conflict resolution, and enforcement of punishments. Examining the issues through the case studies, this workshop aims to consider their implications in terms of the current debates on markets and institutions, comparison of regional economies, and the continuity and discontinuity of the global economy in from the 18th century onward.

Program (* providing simultaneous interpretation)

Day 1 (March 10)*
Chaired by Shimanishi Tomoki (Kagawa University)
10:00-10:30  (Preparatory Meeting with Interpreters)
10:30-10:40  Opening Remarks by Shiroyama Tomoko (Hitotsubashi University)

10:40-11:40
Hirai Kensuke (Keio University), “Trade Mechanism and Development of the Taiwan Fertilizer Market during 1910-30”
Including Comment by Yagashiro Hideyoshi (Rikkyo University)

11:40-12:40
Lin Yu-ju (Academia Sinica), “From Fujian, Taiwan to South East Asia: Formation of the Trade Zone by Jiao (merchant groups) from the 18thTo the 19th Centuries”
Including Comment by Murakami Ei (Yokohama National University)

12:40-14:00  Lunch

Chaired by Shimanishi Tomoki
14:00-15:00
Chiu Pengsheng (Academia Sinica), "Measurement Disputes and Commercial Custom: The Interplay between Mechant Communities and Local Governments in the Long Eighteenth Century Soochow and Taiwan"
Including Comment by Hirai Kensuke

15:00-16:00
Washizaki Shuntaro and His Seminar Class Students (Kyushu University), “Information Asymmetry and the Role of Dutch Interpreters in Nagasaki”
Including Comment by Kawamura Tomotaka (Toyama University)

16:00-16:15  Coffee Break

16:15-17:15
Wu Xiaoan (Peking University), “The Making of Institutions and Chinese Merchant Communities in Southeast Asia with special reference to Malaysia, c. from the 19th to the 20th”
Including Comment by Kanda Sayako (Keio University)

17:30-20:00  Reception (Invitation Only)

Day 2 (March 11)
Chaired by Kanda Sayako10:30-11:30
Kwee Hui Kian (The University of Toronto), “Religious Sanction among Chinese in Batavia in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries”
Including Comment by Shiroyama Tomoko

11:30-12:30
Chung, Po Yin Stephanie (Hong Kong Baptist University), “The Chinese and Muslim Merchants in Penang, 1800-1950s” (Presented by Shiroyama Tomoko)
Including Comment by Kawamura Tomotaka

12:30-14:00  Lunch

Chaired by Shiroyama Tomoko
14:00-16:30  Discussion
16:30-16:40  Closing Remarks by Shiroyama Tomoko
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by sjcs | 2011-03-03 12:58 | →お知らせ