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From the "Great Divergence" to the "Great Convergence": The modern transformation of the Yangzi Delta’s economy in a perspective of global history

2019-1-23 (Wed) 14:40 - 17:00

Department of Asian History, Graduate School of Letters / Global History Research Division Special Joint Seminar (Speaker: Professor LI Bozhong, Peking University)

The Department of Asia History in the Graduate School of Letters and the Global History Research Division will be holding a special joint seminar according to the details below. We hope to see you there.

Speaker: Professor LI Bozhong

A scholar of Chinese economic history, Professor LI Bozhong worked at Xiamen University, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, and Tsinghua University before becoming a professor at Peking University. His major works include The Development of Agriculture in South China in Tang Dynasty, Agricultural Development in Jiangnan, 1620-1850, The Early Industializaion of Jiangnan, and Early Modern Chinese Economy: Research on the GDP of the Huating-Louxian Region in the 1820s.

Lecture title: From the "Great Divergence" to the "Great Convergence": The modern transformation of the Yangzi Delta’s economy in a perspective of global history

Language: English

Date and time: Wednesday, January 23, 2019 - 14:30~17:00 (planned)

Venue: Lecture Room #1, 2F, Main Bldg., Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University

*Dinner will be held following the seminar, so those interesting in attending are asked to contact the address below prior to the day of the seminar. 

Contact

TAGUCHI Koujirou, Asian History (Cultural Morphology Program), Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University

ktgc@let.osaka-u.ac.jp

Date: 2019-1-23 (Wed) 14:40 - 17:00
Organizer: Department of Asian History, Graduate School of Letters / Global History Research Division
Venue: Lecture Room #1, 2F, Main Bldg., Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University
Registration: Registration is not required for this seminar.
Contact: TAGUCHI Koujirou (Graduate School of Letters)
ktgc@let.osaka-u.ac.jp

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