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2019年1月15日(初回)~4月16日(最終回)

15past15: podcast series on global history

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15past15 is a new podcast which discusses how the past is made, and by
whom. Its first season focuses on history and history-writing in East Asia,
from the sixteenth century to today. Interviewees debate the indigenous
historical traditions of China and Japan in particular, and the ways that
understandings of the past evolved at times of acute political and
societal change. Our contributors teach East Asian and global history at
leading universities in Germany, France, the UK, Spain, Switzerland, the
USA and Canada, and they manage—just about—to stick to a fifteen minute
format. Interviews will be released weekly from 15 January 2019.

配信サイト

Hosting Site

(15past15’s Homepage)

配信サイト

Hosting site

(iTunes)

https://itunes.apple.com/ch/podcast/15past15-podcast-series/id1449706934?l=en

放送予定

Episodes

15 January 2019   – 1. Introducing 15past15

15 January 2019   – 2. Confucius’s Comeback (Joachim Kurtz)

22 January 2019  – 3. When did Taiwan Begin? (Leigh Jenco)

29 January 2019  – 4. Translating the Republic of Letters (David Mervart)

5 February 2019   – 5. China in Japan’s Modern Time (Stefan Tanaka)

12 February 2019 – 6. Professionalising Japan’s Past (Lisa Yoshikawa)

19 February 2019 – 7. The Columbus of Japan (Birgit Tremml Werner)

26 February 2019 – 8. Misreading the Macartney Mission (Henrietta Harrison)

5 March 2019        – 9. Persuasion with China’s Past (Jonathan Chappell)

12 March 2019     – 10. Writing Women in late-Qing China (Joan Judge)

19 March 2019     – 11. Chinese Utopias (Lorenzo Andolfatto)

26 March 2019    – 12. Whose Renaissance? (Pablo Blitstein)

2 April 2019         – 13. China’s Renaissance (Barbara Mittler)

9 April 2019         – 14. Japan and the Pacific Age (Martin Dusinberre)

16 April 2019       – 15. Exhibiting China and Japan (Bettina Zorn)

提供元

Host and Grant

15past15 is hosted by the University of Zurich’s Digital History Lab, and has been
made possible by a Humanities in the European Research Area (HERA) grant.