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2013年美国亚洲年会清史论题选录Sessions Related to Qing History in 2013 AAS Conference, 2013.3.21-24



Sessions Related to Qing History in 2013 AAS Conferences

Session14:Art Production and Remediation in the Qianlong Court

Mei Mei Rado (Bard Graduate Center): Petrified Silk: Remediation and Illusionism in High Qing Trompe-l'œil Representation of Textiles

Eleanor Hyun (University of Chicago): Emperor’s Toys: Qianlong Curio Boxes

Yuhang Li (Grinnell College): Remediated Antiquarianism: A Case Study of Qianlong’s Copy of Li Di’s “Two Chicks”

Sun-ah Choi (Columbia University): Legacy of the True Image: Qianlong’s Replication of Buddhist Sacred Icons

Session26:Beyond Trade and War:

Exploring the Cultural, Geographical, and Temporal Boundaries of the Canton Trade Period

Songchuan Chen (Nanyang Technological University): Death in Canton: A Social History of Criminal Death on the Maritime Frontier, 1608-1843

Matthew W. Mosca (The College of William and Mary): Scholars and the Sea: The Guangdong Tongzhi Project and the Expansion of Qing Academic Research into the Maritime World, 1818-1838

John M. Carroll (University of Hong Kong): China’s Teeming Millions: Western Observations on China’s Population in the Canton Trade Period

Patricia Sieber (Ohio State University): The Other Illegal Commodity: The Sino-European Book Trade in Canton, ca. 1831

John D. Wong (University of Hong Kong): Fashioning a Global Brand: Houqua’s Portraits in the China Trade of the Early Nineteenth Century

Session 27: Borderland by the Sea:

China’s Southeast Coast in Interesting Times, 16th-18th Centuries

Siyen Fei (University of Pennsylvania): Pirate Raids, Coastal Identity, and Female Chastity in Early Seventeenth-century China

Melissa Macauley (Northwestern University): The Coastal Evacuation and the Evolution of a Masculine Ethic in Chaozhou

Kenneth Dean (McGill University): The Qing Coastal Evacuation and the Spread of Chinese Overseas Temples in Southeast Asia

Lucille Chia (University of California, Riverside): Moving People, Pots, and Money: The Export Ceramics Trade in Southeast China, 16th-18th Centuries

Session 65: Consolidating Russia’s Conquest of Asia: The Flow of People, Ideas and Currency across the Vast Sino-Mongol-Russian Border, 1860-1920

Victor Zatsepine (Hong Kong University): For Conquest and Learning: Imperial Russia’s Explorers in Central, Inner and East Asia, 1860-1917

Chia Yin Hsu (Portland State University): The Ruble, Russian Gold, and the Color of Money in Manchuria, 1890s-1920s

Willard Sunderland (University of Cincinnati): Baron Ungern’s China

Session 66: Constructions and Representations of Space in Qing and Republican China

Ching-ling Wang (Kunsthistoriches Institut in Florenz): Emperor Qianlong’s Private Paradise: Reconstructing the Hall of Infinite Goodness

Ying-chen Peng (University of California, Los Angeles): A Gift to the Empress Dowager: The Late-Qing Summer Palace Revisited

Session 110: Friendship in Discourse and Deed as a Key to Social Change in Late Imperial China

Ying Zhang (Ohio State University): Friendship in the Shadow of Factionalism and Loyalism in the Early Qing

Joanna Handlin Smith (Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies): Friendship and Trust among Early Qing Literati

Session 117: Fujian in a Maritime World: A Boundary-Crossing Perspective on Local Histories

Nanxiu Qian (Rice University): Transformation of the Min (Fujian) Cainü Culture in the Late Qing Reform Era

Guotong Li (California State University, Long Beach): Fujian Coast: The Home of Boundary-crossers in the Eighteenth Century

Dahpon D. Ho (University of Rochester): Fujian’s Seafaring Culture from the Heyday of Piracy to the Ming-Qing Wars

Man Xu (Tufts University): Gender and Vehicles: Redefining the Inner-Outer Boundary in Song China

Session 181: Justice on Trial:

Practice and Perception of Law in Late Imperial and Republican China

Margaret Wan (University of Utah): Justice and Corruption: Legal Ideals in Late Qing Ballads

Nancy Elizabeth Park (California State University, East Bay): The Prosecution and Politics of Official Corruption in Qing China

Thomas Buoye (University of Tulsa): Death in Detention: The Dilemma of Eighteenth-century Chinese Criminal Justice

Session 198:Luxury Commodities and Imperial Politics in the High Qing Era (1660-1795)

Elif Akcetin (Durham University): Corruption and Conspicuous Consumption in Eighteenth-Century China

Kwangmin Kim (University of Colorado, Boulder): Jade and the Imperial Politics of Contraband Trade in the Eighteenth-Century Qing Empire

Yulian Wu (Stanford University): Manufacturing the Best Commodities for the Qianlong Emperor in Eighteenth-Century Jiangnan

Eugenio Menegon (Boston University): Who was using whom? Europeans, Western Commodities, and the Politics of Gift-Giving in Qing Beijing

Session 211:Military Men, Veterans, and Legacies of War in 19th and 20th Century China

James Bonk (Princeton University): War Stories: Writings on Military Experiences in the Early 19th Century Qing Empire

Charles Wooldridge (Lehman College): Subjects and Agents: Military Men in Post-Taiping Jiangning Prefecture

Session 212: Millions on the Edge of Empires:

Migrants, Diasporic Subjects, and Borders across the Asian Continent

Devon Dear (Harvard University): Mixed Modes of Migration: Nomads, Newcomers, and the Problem of the “National Economy” on the Qing-Russian Border, 1860-1911

Alyssa Park (University of Iowa): Caught Between Empires: Korea Migrants and Border Control in the Russian Far East and Manchuria, 1880-1920

Shelly Chan (University of Wisconsin, Madison): Diaspora before the Nation: Three Early Chinese Visions of Migrants Abroad, 1890-1911

Session 215: Modern China at Gunpoint:

Militarists and Military Organizations in Chinese State Construction, 1864-1937

Christopher Heselton (University of California, Irvine): Moving the War to the Frontier: Post-Taiping Reconstruction and the Expansion of the Xiang Army in the Southwestern Frontier

Session 227: Negotiating the Material Body in Qing Society and Culture

Sponsored by the Society for Qing Studies

Jeffrey Snyder-Reinke (College of Idaho): Afterlives of the Dead: Uncovering Graves and Mishandling Corpses in Qing Law and Society

Yi-Li Wu (University of Westminster): Words and Images for Healing Bones and Flesh: Innovations in Mid-Qing Trauma Medicine (Shangke)

Roberta Wue (University of California, Irvine): Body, Object, Affect: Portraiture and the Gentleman in the Late Qing

Session 289: Rule of Experts: Intersecting Art and Science in the Statecraft of Qing China

Joseph Scheier-Dolberg (Metropolitan Museum of Art): From Painter to Visual Expert: Yu Zhiding’s (1646-1716) Drawings of the Taihedian

Kristina Kleutghen (Washington University in St. Louis): The Mathematics of Art: Polyhedrons, Perspective, and Porcelain

Kaijun Chen (Columbia University): Handicraft and Statecraft: Tang Ying’s Porcelain Manufacture from 1728 to 1756

Kang Tchou (University of Cambridge): The Role of Technocrats in the tekhnê and ars of the Taiping-Qing Civil War

Session 348: Transport and Communications Revolutions and the Global Late Qing

Joseph D. Lawson (Academia Sinica): The Bridges of Liangshan: Infrastructure and Violence in Southwest China, 1800-1912

Tong Lam (University of Toronto): The Veins of the Empire: Railway Development in Late Qing China

Shirley Ye (Harvard University): German Shipping and Empire in the Making of the China Coast

Roger R. Thompson (Western Washington University): The Wire: Progress, Paradox, and Disaster in the Strategic Networking of China, 1881-1901

采编自:https://www.asian-studies.org/2013-Conference/index.htm2013-6-3,陈博翼 供稿)

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