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Ji Meng、鵜飼敦子編著 Translation, History and Arts: New Horizons in Asian Interdisciplinary Humanities Research Cambridge Scholars Publishing

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  元外国人訪問研究員のJi Meng、特任研究員の鵜飼敦子共編著”Translation, History and Arts: New Horizons in Asian Interdisciplinary Humanities Research”, Cambridge Scholars Publishing (September, 2013)が出版されました。2011年10月にフランスのリヨン高等師範学校で行われた東大フォーラムの若手セッション“Local History in the Context of Global History”の発表をまとめたもので、従来の地域史から、地域や「国家」といった枠組みを越えてグローバルヒストリーを叙述するという新たな試みです。

Translation, History and Arts: New Horizons in Asian Interdisciplinary Humanities Research edited by Ji Meng and UKAI Atsuko is a collection of selected research papers originally presented at the Todai Forum in October 2011 in Lyon, France, under the auspices of the University of Tokyo, Japan. Papers selected for inclusion in this book stand at the frontier of interdisciplinary humanities research, and are concerned with translation and cross-cultural studies, social and art history, and comparative area studies. A central theme of the papers is the development of a new discursive narrative of local histories against the backdrop of world history. Through case studies of historical and modern socio-cultural events occurring in different regions and countries, this book strives to advance our understanding of the dynamic and complex interactions among distinct social and cultural systems in world history.

Table of Contents:

Acknowledgments  
Preface  
Introduction Haneda Masashi
Paving the Way Christian Henriot

Part I: Translation and Cross-Cultural Scientific Communication
1. Conflicts and Interactions in Early Modern Chinese Scientific Translations   Meng Ji
2. Gravity of Modernity: Reactions to the “New Astronomy” in Iran and Japan   Isahaya Yoichi
3. A Study on the Geographical Understanding of Ḥamd-Allāh Mustawfī   Otsuka Osamu

Part II: Museums, Image and Identity Construction
4. The History of Japonisme as a Global Study   Ukai Atsuko
5. Exhibitions of Art in Iran and the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art   Terada Yuki
6. Constructing an Imaginary of Taiwanese Aborigines through Postcards (1895-1945)   Lee Ju-Ling

Part III: Religions, Ideology and Gender
7. Marriage and Conversion as a National Issue: The Discourses over Lina Joy’s Litigation in Contemporary Malaysia   Mitsunari Ayumi
8. I Am Not a Social Historian: The Use of the Term “Social History” in Postwar Japan   Uchida Chikara
9. Prostitutes, Brothels and the Red Light District: The Management of Prostitution in the City of Hanoi from the 1870s to the 1950s   Isabelle Tracol-Huynh
Contributors  
Index  

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Ji Meng、鵜飼敦子 編著
Translation, History and Arts: New Horizons in Asian Interdisciplinary Humanities Research Cambridge Scholars Publishing,
221 pages
September 1, 2013
ISBN-10: 1443849391
ISBN-13: 978-1443849395

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