GHC・LCCG・ASH共催シンポジウム "GENDER, SPACE AND THE CITY IN GLOBAL HISTORY" (2017.10.28,29)
GENDER, SPACE AND THE CITY IN GLOBAL HISTORY
Institute of Advanced Studies on Asia, University of Tokyo, 28-29 October 2017.
3rd Floor, Large Conference Room
Conference organised in collaboration with the Global History Collaborative, LCCG (Linking Clothing Globally), and the Amsterdam School of Historical Studies.
SATURDAY 28 OCTOBER
1.00 -1.10 pm
Welcome and Opening of the Conference - Danielle van den Heuvel (University of Amsterdam), HANEDA Masashi (University of Tokyo), Miki Sugiura (Hosei University)
Opening lecture by Danielle van den Heuvel (University of Amsterdam)
PANEL 1: THE FREEDOM OF THE STREETS
Antonia Weiss (University of Amsterdam): Crafting nature, cultivating gender. Gender and urban nature in the long eighteenth century.
Bob Pierik (University of Amsterdam): Gender and urban space in Amsterdam (1600-1850)
Bébio Amaro (University of Amsterdam): Gender and class-based usage of religious spaces in the Christian port of Nagasaki (1569-1640)
COMMENT by HANEDA Masashi (The University of Tokyo)
PANEL 2: EVERYDAY USES OF URBAN SPACE
Genki Takahashi (The University of Tokyo): Marginality and gender of urban space in the early modern Edo: Onna-Hinin, Family and Hut.
Professor Sandra Cavallo (Royal Holloway London): Gender in the seventeenth-century Italian palace
COMMENT by Kosei Hatsuda (The University of Tokyo)
SUNDAY 29 OCTOBER
9.00- 10.45 am
PANEL 3: CONSUMPTION, SPACE AND GENDER
Wu Jen-shu (Academia Sinica): Women's leisure, consumption and the city space in the early modern China.
Yuko Nakamura (University of Wisconsin): Space, women and modernization: Changes in Mitsukoshi Department Store and its female staff, 1874-1937.
COMMENT by Danielle van den Heuvel (University of Amsterdam)
11.15 am -12.30 pm
PANEL 4: GENDER, PROPERTY, AND SPACE
Claudia Damasceno Fonseca (EHESS Paris): Gender, land ownership and social topography: the case of a mining town of Minas Gerais (Brazil, 18th-19th century).
Sun-Huei-min (Academia Sinica): Running the publicized home: the sub-landladies in early twentieth-century Shanghai
COMMENT by Takeshi Ito (The University of Tokyo)
12.30 - 14.00 pm
PANEL 5: GENDERED SPACES: GLOBAL CONNECTIONS AND COMPARISONS
Toru Miura (Ochanomizu University): Urban space and gender in Damascus, and Arab-Islamic City.
Khohchahar E. Chuluu (The University of Tokyo): Frontier city, foreigners and law in early modern Japan and Mongolia.
Jeremy Prestholdt (UC San Diego): Salme binti Said and the Cartographies of Globalism in an Age of Empire.
COMMENT by Miki Sugiura (Hosei University)
15.30 - 16.00 pm
16.00 - 17.30 pm