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East Asian Intellectual History Network

Hiroki UENO

The EAIHN was founded to provide an opportunity for those intellectual/cultural/socio-political historians based in East Asia to exchange ideas freely, in the hope of establishing a pan-Asian (and trans-Pacific) intellectual platform. While many of the network members are experts of the European Enlightenments, we also hope to discuss their positive and negative impacts on East Asia, with a particular focus on the intellectual and cultural dimensions of the so-called “Western Impact”, in the longer term.

1st EAIHN Colloquium

“The Scottish Enlightenment in Global Contexts”

April 16th, 2019

Centennial Hall, Widang Hall 6F (College of Liberal Arts), Yonsei University, Seoul

2nd EAIHN Colloquium

June 29th, 2019. 13:30-18:00

Room 5402, Building 5, Hakusan Campus, Toyo University, Tokyo

3rd EAIHN Colloquium

“British Cosmopolitanism Reconsidered: Views from Global History”

12-14 February, 2020

Toyo University, Tokyo (Hakusan Campus), Room A101, Floor1, Building 10

University of Tokyo (Hongo Campus), Seminar Room 3, Floor 2, Kojima Hall

EAIHN Online Seminar Series 2020

Supported by the European Studies Programme, Seoul National University

1st EAIHN Online Seminar

October 28th (Wed.), 2020. 7pm-9pm (JST/KST); via Zoom

Paul Tonks & Michael Ratnapalan (Yonsei University, Seoul)

“Bound ’together by the golden thread of a common tradition’ ? Decolonisation and the complex British relationships of South Asian Leaders”

Discussants: Nathan Alexander and Hiroki UENO (Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo)

Chair: Doohwan AHN (Seoul National University)

2nd EAIHN Online Seminar

November 25th (Wed.), 2020. 7pm-9pm; via Zoom

Tanvi Solanki (Yonsei University, Seoul)

“Listening to Difference: Race, Culture, and Aesthetics in the German Enlightenment”

Discussants: Yoko IOKU (Tokyo University of the Arts) and Hideo KOTANI (Gunma University)

Chair: Paul Tonks (Yonsei University)

3rd EAIHN Online Seminar

December 16th (Wed.), 2020. 7pm-9pm

Joshua Ehrlich (University of Macau)

“The East India Company and the Late Enlightenment”

Discussants: Sora SATO (Toyo University, Tokyo) and Doohwan AHN (Seoul National University)

Chair: Alvin CHEN (Academia Sinica, Taipei)

* The events are cosponsored by the Japanese Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies.

* We plan to pre-circulate a paper for each conference in order for participants to be able to read in advance. Presentations would be about 20-25 minutes each, and the speakers would not read a full paper there.

EAIHN Online Seminar Series 2021

Supported by the East Asian Academy for New Liberal Arts, the University of Tokyo

4th EAIHN Online Seminar

February 10th (Wed.), 2021. 7pm-9pm

Hye-Joon YOON (Yonsei University, Seoul)

“News as History: The Rhetoric of Contextualization in The Annual Register”

Discussants: Sora SATO (Toyo University, Tokyo), Baowei ZHOU (East China Normal University, Shanghai), and Zhengping ZHANG (Zhejiang University, Hangzhou)

Chair: Shinji NOHARA (University of Tokyo)

5th EAIHN Online Seminar (“Trans-Pacific Perspective on the British Empire”)

Date TBC (March 2021) 

Anne Brunon-Ernst (Université Panthéon-Assas, Paris)

“Penitentiaries in the British Empire: The Case of Panopticon Prisons in Australia”

Discussants: Hongtu LI (Fudan University, Shanghai), Hiroki UENO (provisional)

Chair (or discussant): Brian CHEN (National Chengchi University, Taipei)

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