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会议资讯|第五届东亚环境史大会
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The Fifth Biennial Conference of East Asian Environmental History (EAEH 2019)


Time:October 24-27

Venue: National Cheng Kung Unversity, Tainan, Taiwan


General theme:
Issues of Sustainable Development in East Asia: Perspectives of Environmental History


Tentative Program


Thursday, October 24

Opening and Keynote Speech

Opening Ceremony Oct. 24 09:00-09:30 Phoenix Theater, NCKU
Chair: Dr. Shi-yung Liu (President of AEAEH)
Welcome Address: Dr. Hsueh-chi Hsu (Director of Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica)
Dr. Chung-I Lin (Executive Vice President of National Cheng Kung University)
Keynote Speech Oct. 24 09:30-10:30 Phoenix Theater, NCKU
Title Speaker Chair
Cyclical and Counter-Cyclical Relation between Human Resources and Natural Resources: 16-20 Centuries Takeshi Hamashita
(Toyo Bunko, Tokyo/
Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou )
Ts'ui-jung Liu
(Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica)

Parallel Session 1

Parallel Session 1.1 Oct. 24 11:00-12:40 Room 25235, Dept. of History
Land-use Patterns and Environmental Sustainability Chair/Discussant
Donald Worster University of Kansas /
Renmin University of China
TItle Presenters
Resources in Crisis: Plowing Pastures and Mining Mountains in 1850s Xinjiang Peter B. Lavelle Temple University
Empire of Insect Flower: Pyrethrum Cropscapes in East Asia, 1880s-1940s Yubin Shen Max Planck Institute for the History of Science
Sustainability in Mitigation Efforts during the 17th Century Cold Period in Jiāngnán Erling Agoey Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages, University of Oslo
Growing Cities and Shrinking Bases: A Comparison of Urban Environmental Issues and Militarized Landscapes in the Kanto, Chubu, and Kansai Regions of Japan Adam Tompkins Lakeland University Japan

Parallel Session 1.2 Oct. 24 11:00-12:40 Room 25236, Dept. of History
Anima Philosophica: Nature, Disaster, and Animism in Japan
Chair/Discussant/Organizer
Tatsushi Fujihara Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University
Title Presenters
The Animism of Discarded Things: Why Mottainai Ghosts Appear in Japan

Tatsushi Fujihara

Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University
Floating Spirits and Wandering Ghosts: The Mourning Environment in Modern Japan Miho Ishii Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University
The Fate of the World: Implications of Nishida's Philosophy for Modernized Space in Japan

Masatake Shinohara

The Graduate School of Advanced Integrated Studies in Human Survivability (GSAIS), Kyoto University
Science Fiction Films and Repose of Souls: The Narratives, and Images of Government, Scientists, Media, and Citizens, in First Godzilla and Shin Godzilla Takashi Arai Tono Culture Research Center

Parallel Session 1.3 Oct. 24 11:00-12:40 Room 25237, Dept. of History
Sustainable Urbanization Chair/Discussant
Yifei Li New York University Shanghai
Title Presenters
(Un?)Charted Waters: Hydraulic Infrastructures in Zaanheh and Shanghai Yifei Li New York University Shanghai
Department of Enviromental Studies, New York University
Remodeling the Urban Landscape of Kunming in Ming Dynasty Yuanhui Liang Southwest Institute of Environmental History, Yunnan University
Planning for Industrial Nature: A Case Study on Ecopolis Ulsan Dongjin Kim Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
Nature and the City: Remaking of the Han River in Seoul in the 1980s Yeonsil Kang Catholic University of Korea

Parallel Session 2

Parallel Session 2.1 Oct. 24 14:00-15:40 Room 25235, Dept. of History
Local People and Natural Relationship in Eastern Asia: Border and Adaptation to Natural and Social Change Chair/Discussant/Organizer

Yoko Yasuda

International Research Institute of Disaster Science, Tohoku University
Title Presenters
A History of Fresh Water Fishery in Ob' River System from the Viewpoint of Khanty Yuka Oishi National Museum of Ethnology, Japan
The Movement of Local Fishery Order Influenced by Natural and Social Environment from Early Modern to Modern Japan Shingo Nakamura University of Toyama
The Borders and Natural Disasters of the Pastoral Nomadic Society of Qing-era Mongolia Kaori Horiuchi Center for Northeast Asian Studies, Tohoku University
Reasons for Live on Water Tsutomu Inazawa Shokei Gakuin University

Parallel Session 2.2 Oct. 24 14:00-15:40 Room 25236, Dept. of History
Transnational Technology, Market, and Environment in East Asia (1850s to 1940s) Chair/Discussant
Yubin Shen Max Planck Institute for the History of Science
Organizer
Ruisheng Zhang Department of History, Purdue University
Title Presenters
Beyond Violence: Commodity, Nature and the Expansion of a Global Market in Pre-Modern South-Eastern Mongolia Siping Shan Department of History, SOAS, University of London
Cultivating Red China’s Agricultural Engineers- A Research on the Cooperation between the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry and the International Harvester Company (1945-1948) Ruisheng Zhang Department of History, Purdue University

Parallel Session 3

Parallel Session 3.1 Oct. 24 16:00-17:40 Room 25235, Dept. of History
Pollution and Environmental Protection Chair/Discussant
Shi-yung Liu University of Pennsylvania /
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Title Presenters
Mining Pollution and Infant Health in Modern Japan: From Village/Town Statistics of Infant Mortality Keisuke Moriya
Kenichi Tomobe
Hitotsubashi University
Producing Engineers for Cleaner Korea: Public Health and Environmental Engineering Education in Korean Higher Education from 1979 to 1999 Jongmin Lee University of Science and Technology, Korea

Parallel Session 3.2 Oct. 24 16:00-17:40 Room 25236, Dept. of History
Animals in Technological Environments Chair/Discussant

Tatsushi Fujihara

Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University
Organizer:

Akihisa Setoguchi

Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University
Title Presenters
Underground Animals: Humans, Canaries, and Machines in Mines and Cities

Akihisa Setoguchi

Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University
Hypercultivation: Aquacultural Ecology, Pearl Crisis, and the Politics of Density in Ago Bay, 1950s-1970s Kjell Ericson Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University
Pest and Pest Control in Postwar Taiwan, 1945-1980s Shao-li Lu Department of History, National Taiwan University

Friday, October 25
Mid-conference Field Trip

Saturday, October 26

Round Table

Round Table Oct. 26 09:00-10:00 Heritage Hall, Dept. of History
J. Donald Hughes Memorial Roundtable
Chair: Shi-yung Liu
Introducers: Joy Hughes (Solar Gardens)
Ts'ui-jung Liu (Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica)
Satoshi Murayama (Kagawa University)

Parallel Session 4

Parallel Session 4.1 Oct. 26 10:20-12:00 Room 25235, Dept. of History
Ocean Resource Utilization in East Asia Chair/Discussant
Wataru Iijima Department of History, Aoyama Gakuin University
Title Presenters
Dried Pollack and Japanese Empire: An Economic Analysis of a Korean Indigenous Food Chaisung Lim Rikkyo University
Fish, Subterfuge and Security in the Sea of Okhotsk: Environmental Histories of North Korean and Soviet Union Maritime Interaction Robert Winstanley-Chesters University of Leeds and Birkbeck, University of London

Parallel Session 4.2 Oct. 26 10:20-12:00 Room 25236, Dept. of History
Sustainable Perspective of Water and Forest Resource Utilization in China and Taiwan Chair/Discussant/Organizer
Ts'ui-jung Liu Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica
Title Presenters
A Sustainable Development Plan under the Qing Dynasty Makoto Ueda Research Institute for Asian Studies, Rikkyo University
The Uriyangkhai Mink Tribute during the Qing Dynasty Hui-min Lai Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica
Water Resource Utilization in Taiwan’s Municipalities: A Comparative Perspective Ts'ui-jung Liu Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica

Parallel Session 4.3 Oct. 26 10:20-12:00 Room 25237, Dept. of History
Human-Animal Relationship Chair/Discussant
Satoshi Murayama Kagawa University
Title Presenters
Gibbon of the Qin Shi Huang: A Study Centered on the Qin Bamboo Slips Unearthed at Liye Mian Li (1)
Fangjie Yu (2)
(1) School of History and Society, Chongqing Normal University
(2) Sichuan Fine Arts Institute
Urbanizing Camels: Camels in Beijing, 1800-1937 Lei Zhang Department of History, Lingnan University

Parallel Session 5

Parallel Session 5.1 Oct. 26 14:00-15:40 Room 25235, Dept. of History
New Horizons and Potentials in East Asian Medical History: A Survey of Chinese Maritime Customs' Medical Reports Chair/Discussant/Organizer

Takeshi Hamashita

Toyo Bunko, Tokyo
Title Presenters
Eight Volumes of Half Yearly Published Medical Reports by the Chinese Maritime Customs from 1871 to 1911

Takeshi Hamashita

Toyo Bunko, Tokyo
Who Were the Authors of the Medical Reports: Medicine and Public Health Networks by the Chinese Maritime Customs in the Late Nineteenth Century East Asia

Wataru Iijima

Department of History, Aoyama Gakuin University
Endemic Diseases in Modern East Asia Reported in Medical Reports: Describing a History of the Spread of Pork Tapeworm in Early Modern Ryukyu

Hiroki Inoue

Aoyama Gakuin University
A Study of Disease Control by Chinese Maritime Customs in Fujian Province

Keisuke Tatara

Nihon University

Parallel Session 5.2 Oct. 26 14:00-15:40 Room 25236, Dept. of History
Production of Scientific Knowledge and the Japanese Empire Forestry Chair/Organizer

Koji Nakashima

Kanazawa University
Discussant

Hurng-Jyuhn Wang

National Dong HwaUniversity
Title Presenters
Japanese Scientific Forestry and Treeless Islands in Colonial Taiwan: Controversy on the Environmental History of the Penghu Islands

Taisaku Komeie

Department of Geography, Kyoto University
The Exploration of Yushan Mountain and the Discovery of Alishan Forest in Colonial Taiwan in the Late 19th Century

Taro Takemoto

Department of Ecoregion Science, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
Research Activity and Specimen Collection of Ryozo Kanehira: Based on the Material Evidences and His Personal History

Misako Mishima

The Kyushu University Museum
Experimental Activities of SCES and Private Companies: A Comparison with Taiwan and Hokkaido under the Japanese Empire

Taisho Nakayama

Kushiro Public University of Economics

Parallel Session 5.3 Oct. 26 14:00-15:40 Room 25237, Dept. of History
Environmental Policy History 2.0-Nature Conservation on Private Lands Chair/Discussant/Organizer
Hiroki Oikawa Yokohama National University
Title Presenters
A Study on the Respect for Property Rights in the Act on Protection of Cultural Properties Rie Uchida Yokohama National University
A Consideration Regarding an Amendment to the Articles on Respecting Property Rights in the Species Conservation Act and the True Picture of the Discussion Surrounding Them Kazuki Kikuchi Secretary, House of Representatives, Japan
The QEII National Trust and Open Space Covenants in New Zealand: A Model of Sustainable, Landowner- First Conservation by Covenants Keiji Akutsu Development Bank of Japan Inc., Tokyo

Parallel Session 6

Parallel Session 6.1 Oct. 26 16:00-17:40 Room 25235, Dept. of History
Disease and Medicine Chair/Discussant
Shi-yung Liu University of Pennsylvania /
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Title Presenters
Racism in Pollen Allergy

Kaihei Koshio

Tokyo University of Agriculture
Tropical Stupor? An Investigation into Patients Affected by Earthquakes and Tropical Weather in Colonial Taiwan

Harry Yi-Jui Wu

Medical Ethics and Humanities Unit, The University of Hong Kong

Parallel Session 6.2 Oct. 26 16:00-17:40 Room 25236, Dept. of History
Knowledge and Practices in British Colonial and Postcolonial Forestry Chair/Organizer

Shoko Mizuno

Department of Economics, Komazawa University
Discussant
Gregory A. Barton Western Sydney University
Title Presenters
Hybrid Forest Practice in British Colonial and Postcolonial Forestry Networks

Shoko Mizuno

Department of Economics, Komazawa University
Local Knowledge Blended into Forestry Development Projects of Burma / Myanmar

Yukako Tani

Faculty of Economics, Tohoku Gakuin University
How Have Forestry Knowledge and Practices Been Developed on an Invasive Species of Lantana camara in India?

Masahiko Ota

Institute of Liberal Arts, Kyushu Institute of Technology
The Evaporation of the Forest-Climate Question Brett M Bennett University of Johannesburg
Western Sydney University

Parallel Session 6.3 Oct. 26 16:00-17:40 Room 25237, Dept. of History
Disaster and Response
Chair/Discussant
Mian Li School of History and Society, Chongqing Normal University
Title Presenters
Impacts of Historical Flood Events and Disaster Response Strategies: A Case Study of the Huayuankou Flood in the Lower Reaches of theYellow River in 1938 Pi-ling Pai Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences, Academia Sinica
All for One: Hong Kong for the 1991 East China Flood Stephen Chung-On Ng Medical Ethics and Humanities Unit, University of Hong Kong

Sunday, October 27

Parallel Session 7

Parallel Session 7.1 Oct. 27 09:00-10:40 Room 25235, Dept. of History
Water-Society Relationship Chair/Discussant
Satoshi Murayama Kagawa University
Title Presenters
Flood, Drought, and Lack of Sunshine in the East Asian Monsoon Region: An Environmental History of Takahama in the Amakusa Islands, Kyushu, Japan, 1793-1818 Satoshi Murayama
Hiroko Nakamura
Noboru Higashi
Toru Terao
Kagawa University
Water Control and Holo-Hakka Ethnic Relationship- a Case Study of the Ai-Liao River Basin of Southern Taiwan Ya-wen Ku Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica
The Establishment of Water Companies in Modern China Shinobu Iguro Otani University

Parallel Session 7.2 Oct. 27 09:00-10:40 Room 25236, Dept. of History
Forest Resources and Sustainability
Chair/Discussant
Shi-yung Liu University of Pennsylvania /
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Title Presenters
From Forestry to Agriculture and Then Sustainability: Relay of Exploitation on the Northern Frontier of Taiwan in the Eighteenth Century

Hung-yi Chien

Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica
Circulation of Forestry Information between Japanese Taiwan and the American Philippines Er-Jian Yeh Department of Taiwan and Regional Studies, National Dong Hwa University

Parallel Session 8

Parallel Session 8.1 Oct. 27 11:00-12:40 Room 25235, Dept. of History
Ecology and Culture Chair/Discussant
Hurng-Jyuhn Wang National Dong Hwa University
Title Presenters
Mecha and Kodomo Anime, Pop Culture and Mass Environmentalism. The Top Down Transmission of Ecological Ideas in the Decades of the Ecological Crisis (1960-1990) Federico Paolini Università della Campania 'Luigi Vanvitelli'
South Korean Biologists' Appropriation of Japanese Colonial Experience Manyong Moon Chonbuk National University
Radioactive Cherry Blossoms. Japanese Relations with Contaminated Areas around the Fukushima Daiichi Power Plant. Aleksandra Brylska Faculty of 'Artes Liberales', University of Warsaw

Parallel Session 8.2 Oct. 27 11:00-12:40 Room 25236, Dept. of History
Forests of Empire: Sustainability in Imperial Japan Chair/Discussant
Bruce Batten Inter-University Center for Japanese Language Studies
Organizer
M. William Steele International Christian University
Title Presenters
From a Tiny Matchstick Does a Mighty Forest Fall: Hokkaido Wood Products in Japan's Modern Economic Development M. William Steele International Christian University
Akita Forests in Modern Japan: A Micro View of the Green Archipelago Patricia Sippel Toyo Eiwa University
Wilson’s Hope; Or, How to Govern “the Finest Forests of Eastern Asia” (1895-1945)

Kuang-chi Hung

Department of Geography, National Taiwan University

Parallel Session 9

Parallel Session 9.1 Oct. 27 14:00-15:40 Room 25235, Dept. of History
Energy Utilization and Environmental Movements Chair/Discussant
Takashi Nakazawa Shizuoka University
Title Presenters
An Analysis on the Historical Role of a Local Organization in the Local Acceptance of Hamaoka Nuclear Power Plants Takashi Nakazawa Faculty of Informatics, Shizuoka University
Review of Renewable Energy Utilization and the Feed-in Tariff System in Japan Fuyi Chen Niigata University
The Dual Character of Gentry of Civil Environmental Organization in Britain Sian Zhao Tianjin Normal University

Parallel Session 9.2 Oct. 27 14:00-15:40 Room 25236, Dept. of History
Human-Environment Relationship Chair/Discussant

Kung-chi Hung

Department of Geography, National Taiwan University
Title Presenters
The Rats Plagues Japan in 1855: A Study on the Representation of Rat Swarms

Yoko Yasuda

Tohoku University
Population Decline after the 1783 Great Famine in the Oku-Aizu Region

Hiroshi Kawaguchi

Tezukayama University
The Retreat of the Human: The Human-Environmental Relationship Under Warfare in Sichuan, China (1634-1681) Shang Yuan Sichuan University

General Meeting and Closing Ceremony

General Meeting Oct. 27 16:00-17:00
General Meeting of AEAEH Members
Chair: Shi-yung Liu
Closing Ceremony Oct. 27 17:00-17:30
Chair: New President of AEAEH


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