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On this website you can find basic information on my research, publications, projects, lectures, and teaching (including a cv).
East Asian Economic and Socio-cultural Studies – East Asian Maritime History
Asian History — New Series on Early-Modern and Modern Asian History
with Amsterdam University Press,
Download series leaflet AHIST (PDF)
“Beyond the Silk Road: Asian Maritime History and Culture” 海上絲路的延伸：亞洲海洋歷史及文化
China National Maritime Museum in Shanghai from 19-22 August 2015
“Recovery of Traditional Technologies I: A Comparative Study of Past and Present Fermentation and Associated Distillation Technologies in Eurasia and Their Roots
University of Salzburg, History Department, May 11, 12 and 13, 2015
Seafaring, Trade, and Knowledge Transfer: Maritime Politics and Commerce in Early Middle Period to Early Modern China
This project is being sponsored by the
The aim of this research project is to investigate the qualitative characteristics and changes of China’s maritime commerce and politics over time (c. 9th to 18th centuries) and space (South and Northeast China and its supra-regional, “global” integration), in order to obtain a much more detailed picture of China’s maritime politics and commerce. Continue reading
The Indian Ocean World (IOW) — The Making of the First Global Economy in the Context of Human-Environment Interaction
This project is being sponsored by the MCRI (Major Collaborative Research Initiative) sponsored by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. My sub-project is also supported by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Gent University, Belgium.
Emergence and Development of Maritime Commerce in the East Asian World (beginning and middle stage: 2010-2014) Continue reading
China’s Maritime Commerce and Naval Activities in Northeast Asia During the “Yuan-Ming Rupture”
PhD project carried out by Ma Guang (MA) at the Faculty of Arts, Ghent University, Belgium