Asian Port Cities, 1600-1800
Local and Foreign Cultural Interactions

Masashi Haneda ed.

並製・233頁・税込 3,888円
ISBN: 9784876987689
発行年月: 2009/03
記述言語: 英語




List of Illustrations


Introduction: Framework and Methods of Comparative Studies on Asian Port Cities in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries

1. Canton, Nagasaki and the Port Cities of the Indian Ocean:
A Comparison
Haneda Masashi

2. The Legal Position of Foreigners in Nagasaki during the Edo Period
Matsui Yoko

3. The Commercial Culture of the VOC in Canton in the
Eighteenth Century
Liu Yong

4. Western and Chinese Influences on Japanese Paintings
In the Eighteenth Century
Ito Shiori

5. Jingdezhen and imari: Communication and Competition
between Chinese and Japanese Porcelains in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
Liu Zhaohui

6. On the Waterfront: Life and Labour Around the Batavian Roadstead
Leonard Blussé

7. Dutch Interaction with Siamese Law and the City Rules of Ayutthaya in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
Bhawan Ruangsilp

8. Cultural Interaction between the British Diaspora in Madras and the Host Community, 1650-1790
Søren Mentz

9. The Hindu Courtier and the French Governor: Pondicherry, 1744-60
Philippe Haudrère

10. The Factories and Facilities of the East India Companies in Surat:
Locations, Building Characteristics and Ownership
Nagashima Hiromu



Haneda Masashi is a professor of history at the University of Tokyo where he serves as Director of the Institute of Oriental Culture and as Deputy Director of the Center for Philosophy in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. He has written a number of books on what is sometimes called the “Islamic world” and has a particular interest in cultural interactions and in life in the port cities of Asia during the early modern period.