A graduate student workshop in Chinese business and economic history
Please RSVP by April 5
This meeting is the first of an annual series of workshops intended to give UCLA and USC graduate students studying East Asia an opportunity to meet and discuss a subject that matters to their broad areas of interest and study. This year our focus is on East Asian maritime trading networks past and present. The circulation of people and goods figures into networks of power and exchange that connect places within East Asia and to places on other continents. UCLA graduate students and associated faculty are invited to attend and join in a conversation with UCLA and USC faculty from Ethnic Studies, History, and International Relations whose papers will be discussed by graduate students from each other’s universities. The full program is attached.
Panel I: China and Asian Trade Networks
Richard Von Glahn, Professor of History at UCLA,
The Ningbo-Hakata Merchant Network and the Reorientation of East Asian Maritime Trade, 1150-1300
Comments by Michelle Damian, Ph.D. student in the Department of History at USC
David Kang, Professor of International Relations and Business and Director of the Korean Studies Institute at USC
The Political Economy of the Tribute System, 1368-1841
Comments by Guillermo Ruiz Stovel, Ph.D. student in the Department of History at UCLA
Panel II: Chinese Business Organization
Robert Chao Romero, Assistant Professor of Chicana/o Studies at UCLA
The Chinese Transnational Commercial Orbit and its Relevance to Latin American History, Asian American Studies, and Latino Studies
Comments by Luman Wang, Ph.D. student in the Department of History at USC
Brett Sheehan, Associate Professor of History at USC
Is there a Chinese Way of Doing Business? Evidence from the Song Family of Capitalists, 1900-1950
Comments by Hsin-pei Liu, Ph.D. student in the Department of History at UCLA
Please RSVP to Elizabeth Leicester (firstname.lastname@example.org) in order to attend this event. Parking at USC will be provided for those who rsvp by April 1.
Please contact R. Bin Wong (email@example.com) for further information about the workshop.
Funding for the JEASC annual conference and graduate professional development workshop is provided by a grant from the US Department of Education Title VI International Education Programs.
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