第1回 定例研究会“State, Justice, and Social Control in Early Modern Mongolia and Asia”( 額定其労 准教授)のご案内

日時 / Date: 2016年12月15日(木)14:00-16:00 / Thursday, 15th December 2016 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm

会場 / Venue: 東京大学 東洋文化研究所 3階 大会議室 / Conference room 303 (3rd floor), Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, The University of Tokyo

題目 / Title: “State, Justice, and Social Control in Early Modern Mongolia and Asia”.

発表者 / Speaker: 額定其労(東洋文化研究所・准教授)/ Khohchahar E. Chuluu (Associate Professor, IASA)

司会 / Chairperson: 髙見澤 磨 (東洋文化研究所・教授)/ TAKAMIZAWA Osamu (Professor, IASA)

使用言語 / Language: Japanese with English PPT (QA: Japanese or/and English)

概要 / Abstract:
  The most critical factors for the durability of states might be external sovereignty and internal stability. In terms of the latter factor, the mechanisms the state employs to govern society are seemingly diverse and complex. Nonetheless, there can be fundamental questions that emerge when evaluating (or thinking about) statehood: Is this a “good” state? If so, to whom? And more significantly, with what measure do we gauge it? The proposition of this study is that the way in which a state delivers its “justice” into people is a touchstone for how its structure operates to control society and to accomplish social justice. This presentation aims at introducing current and future research projects that explore the applications of this hypothesis to early modern Asian states. It first examines the judicial system of Mongolia during the Qing dynasty (1644‒1912) in detail, and second, draws comparison with other contemporary Asian countries, including Japan, China, and Korea. In spite of a challenge focusing on early modern judicial cases, this project presents broad implications for the modern issues of constitutionalism, social justice, as well as welfare states.

担当:額定其労 / Khohchahar E. Chuluu

登録者 :額定其労 / 山下
掲載期間:20161205 - 20161215
当日期間:20161215 - 20161215