Ming Qing Studies 明清研究

“The East Asian ‘Mediterranean’, c. 1500-1800:
A New Quality in the Development of its Neighbouring Countries

www.eamh.net

Research project has been sponsored by the VW-Foundation, May 2002 – July 2009
(see also under “projects”)


Equine Medicine and Surgery – A Chinese Manuscript from 1824 (Daoguang 4)

馬往書 by 苗集澤

馬往書 by 苗集澤

馬往書 by 苗集澤


Monograph/Handbook project:

China’s Administration of Maritime Trade: From the Maritime Trade Office (shibo si) to the Customs House (haiguan). [This monograph is designed as a handbook for China’s maritime trade administration during the Ming and Qing Dynasties, including extensive lists of persons in office]


Publications

(This is only a selection of publications)
Books:

  • Angela Schottenhammer (ed.), Taiwan – A Bridge Between the East and the South China Sea. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz 2011. East Asian Maritime History, 11. 129 pages.
  • Angela Schottenhammer (ed.), Trading Networks in Early Modern East Asia. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz 2010. East Asian Maritime History, 9. 220 pages.
  • Angela Schottenhammer (ed.), The East Asian Mediterranean – Maritime Crossroads of Culture, Commerce, and Human Migration. Conference volume. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz 2008. East Asian Maritime History, 6. 399 pages.
  • Angela Schottenhammer (ed.), The East Asian Maritime World, 1400-1800. Its Fabrics of Power and Dynamics of Exchanges. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz 2006. East Asian Maritime History, 4. 283 pages.
  • Angela Schottenhammer (ed.), Trade and Transfer across the East Asian ‘Mediterranean‘. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz 2005. East Asian Maritime History, 1. 344 pages.

Articles:

  • “Appendix to Angela Schottenhammer, ‘Brokers and ‘Guild’ (huiguan 會館) Organizations in China’s Maritime Trade with her Eastern Neighbours during the Ming and Qing Dynasties’, Crossroads 1/2 (2010), 99–150, Crossroads 3 (2011), pp. 21-52.
  • “帝国与边缘:1644年至19世纪清朝与日本及琉球关系比较研究” (Empire and Periphery: The Qing Empire’s Relation with Japan and the Ryuyks (1644-1800): A Comparison), Haiyangshi yanjiu 海洋史研究 = Studies of Maritime History 2 (2011), pp. 226-245.
  • “Brokers and ‘Guild’ (huiguan 會館) Organizations in China’s Maritime Trade with her Eastern Neighbours during the Ming and Qing Dynasties”, Crossroads 1/2 (2010), pp. 99–150.
  • “Corredores y  ‘gremios’ (huiguan 會館) en el comercio marítimo chino con sus vecinos del este durante las dinastías Ming y Qing”, Estudios de Asia y África, núm. 143 (3), vol. XLV, septiembre-diciembre 2010, págs. 567–630.
  • “Japan – the tiny dwarf? Sino-Japanese relations from the kangxi to the early qianlong reigns”, Asia Research Institute Working Paper Series No. 106 (2008), National University of Singapore, Singapore, to be downloaded from the ARI website under http://www.ari.nus.edu.sg/article_view.asp?id=461.
  • „Europäer in chinesischen Schriften des 16.–19. Jahrhunderts“ (Europeans in Chinese sources, 16th through 19th centuries), Schriften zur Geschichtsdidaktik 22 (2007), Europa in historisch-didaktischen Perspektiven, hrsg. von Bernd Schönemann und Hartmut Voit, pp. 45–60.
  • Takatsu Takashi 高津孝, Angela Schottenhammer アンゲラ•ショッテンハマ–, “Ryūkyū hyakumon to Tokashiki Tsūkan <琉球百問>と渡嘉敷通寛”, Kagodai shigaku 鹿大史学 (2006), pp. 19–31.
  • China und der Handel – ein historischer Rückblick. Gründe für die Seeverbotspolitik (haijin 海禁) der frühen Ming-Regierung (1368–1644) und deren Aufhebung im Jahre 1567“ (China and her trade – an historical review. Reasons for the maritime prohibition policy of the Ming government and its abolition in 1567), Dosŏ munhwa 島嶼文化 25 (2005), pp. 129–160 (in German and Korean translation by Dr. Koh Heyryun).

Book chapters:

  • “Brokers and “Guild” (huiguan 會館) Organizations in the Sino-Japanese Copper Trade during the Qing Dynasties”, in Billy So Kee Long et al. (ed.), 明清時期江南市場經濟的空間、制度與網絡 The Market Economy of the Lower Yangzi Delta in Late Imperial China: Space, Institutions and Networks. (London: Routledge, 2012), chapter 9, pp. XXX.
  • “Characteristics of Qing China’s Maritime Trade Politics, Shunzhi through Early Qianlong Reigns”, in A.S. (ed.), Trading Networks in Early Modern East Asia. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz, 2010, pp. 101–154. East Asian Maritime History, 9.
  • Annotation of the Ryukyu-chapters of Fernão Mendes Pinto in Fernão Mendes Pinto and the Peregrinação. Studies, Restored Portuguese Text, Notes and Indexes, directed by Jorge Santos Alves, 4 vols. Lisbon: Fondação Oriente, 2010, vol. 3. chpts. 138–143, pp. 180–186.
  • “Chūgoku keizaishi no kenkyū ni okeru kahei to kahei seisaku: futatsu no jiri to sore ni kansuru kenkai 中国経済史の研究における貨幣と貨幣政策: 二つの事例とそれに関する見解” (Money and monetary policy in the study of Chinese economic history: Two examples and some related observations), in Ihara Hiroshi (ed.), 『宋銭の世界』[The World of Song Money]. Tōkyō: Bensei shuppansha 2009, pp. 219250.
  • Lemma „Ostasiatische Wirtschaft“, in Enzyklopädie der Neuzeit, Band „Globale Interaktion“, „Chinesische Welt“. Stuttgart: Metzler Verlag 2009.
  • “Japan – the tiny Dwarf? Sino-Japanese Relations from the Kangxi to the Early Qianlong Reigns”, in Angela Schottenhammer (ed.), The East Asian Mediterranean – Maritime Crossroads of Culture, Commerce, and Human Migration. Conference volume. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz 2008, pp. 331–388. East Asian Maritime History, 6.
  • “The East Asian Maritime World, 1400–1800. Its Fabrics of Power and Dynamics of Exchanges – China and her Neighbours”, in A. S. (ed.), The East Asian Maritime World, 1400-1800. Its Fabrics of Power and Dynamics of Exchanges. Wiesbaden: Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz 2007, pp. 1–86. East Asian Maritime History, 4.
  • “The ‘Fujian yanhai hangwu dang’an 福建沿海航務檔案’ (jiaqing 嘉慶 period): A Qing Dynasty Collection on Shipbuilding, Customs and Trade, and Sea Transportation in Fujian”, in Christine Moll-Murata, Song Jianze, Hans Ulrich Vogel (eds.), Chinese Handicraft Regulations of the Qing Dynasty: Theory and Application. München: Iudicium Verlag, 2005, pp. 513-518.
  • “The ‘Liuqiu baiwen 琉球百問’ (Hundred Questions from the Liuqius; 1859) by Cao Cunxin Renbo 曹存心仁伯 (1767–1834): an example of an intercultural encounter in the field of medicine”, A. S., Trade and Transfer across the East Asian ‚Mediterranean‘. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz 2004, pp. 235–274. East Asian Maritime History, 1.
  • „Landwirtschaftliche Entwicklungen in Ostasien, 16. bis 19. Jahrhundert“ (Agricultural developments in East Asia, 16th to 19th centuries), in Sepp Linhart, Susanne Weigelin-Schwiedrzik (Hrsg.), Ostasien 1600–1900. Geschichte und Gesellschaft (East Asia, 1600–1900. Sate and Society). Wien: Promedia Verlag 2004. S. 139–158.
  • „China und die Ryukyu–Inseln während der Ming– und Qing–Dynastie: Einige Beispiele zum Produkte– und Ideenaustausch im Bereich der Medizin“ (China and the Ryukyu Islands during the Ming and Qing Dynasties: Some Examples on the Exchange of Goods and Ideas in the field of Medicine), Roderich Ptak, Claude Guillot, and Jorge M. dos Santos Alves (Hrsg.), Mirabilia Asiatica. Produtos raros no comércio marítimo. Produits rares dans le commerce maritime. Seltene Waren im Seehandel. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz 2003. S. 85–119. South China and Maritime Asia, 11.
  • „China: Ein Emporium der wirtschaftlichen Prosperität“ (China: An Emporium of Economic Prosperity), Edelmayer/Feldbauer (Hrsg.), Weltgeschichte, 1450–1620. Ein langes 16. Jahrhundert? (Ringvorlesung zur Globalgeschichte an der Universität Wien). Globalgeschichte. Die Welt 1000–2000 (Global History. The World 1000–2000). Wien: Promedia/Verein für Geschichte und Sozialkunde 2001, pp. 179–197.

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