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Individual itineraries and the circulation of scientific and technical knowledge in East Asia (16th -20th centuries)

ICCM ANR-09-SSOC-004 Final Conference

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Organiser : Catherine Jami (SPHERE, CNRS)

University Paris Diderot, Bat. Condorcet
Amphithéâtre Pierre-Gilles de Gennes
4 rue Alice Domont et Léonie Duquet, 75013 Paris



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Yu the Great supervising irrigation works (Qinding Shujing tushuo, 1905,
Courtesy of the Needham Research Institute)


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PROGRAMME




MONDAY 26 NOVEMBER



9 :00 Opening
9 :30 – 12 :30
Chair : Françoise Sabban (EHESS, Paris)


Caroline Bodolec (CNRS, UMR8173, Paris)
Miaofeng 妙逢, a monk-architect : geographical and social itinerary


Catherine Jami (CNRS, UMR7219, Paris)
Imperial mobility and information networks : the Kangxi emperor’s Collection of investigation of things in leisure time


Zhao Bing (CNRS, UMR 8155)
Tang Ying 唐英 (1682-1756) between the Palace and Jiangnan : the exceptional itinerary of an imperial bondservant


Discussant : Dagmar Schäfer (University of Manchester)



14 :30 – 17 :30
Chair : Christian Jacob (EHESS, Paris)


Mau Chuan-hui (National Tsing-Hua University, Hsinchu)
Qing local officials and the circulation of wild silkworms breeding


Delphine Spicq (Collège de France, Paris)
From fieldwork to handbook production : Linqing’s experience in water conservancy


Frédéric Obringer (CNRS, UMR8173, Paris)
Views of the human body : geographical and intellectual mobility of a physician and a literatus


Discussant : Pierre-Etienne Will (Collège de France, Paris)




TUESDAY 27 NOVEMBER



9 :30 – 12 :30
Chair : Marie-Noëlle Bourguet (University Paris Diderot)


Antonella Romano (European University Institute, Florence)
In the wake of a revolution : Martino Martini between the Chinese and the Manchu


Beatriz Puente Ballesteros (Catholic University Leuven)
Bernard Rhodes (1646-1715), imperial physician


Wu Huiyi (ICT, University Paris Diderot)
The ‘provincialism’ of F.-X. Dentrecolles’ (1664-1741) translations : locality and configurations of knowledge


Discussant : Nicolas Standaert (Catholic University Leuven)



14 :30 – 17 :30
Chair : Rafael Mandressi (CNRS, CAK, Paris)


Florence Bretelle-Establet (CNRS, UMR7219, Paris)
Human mobility and the book trade : the circulation of medical knowledge in the Far South


Emmanuel Poisson (University Paris Diderot, UMR7219)
Circulation and production of knowledge in 18th century Viêt Nam : Lê Quy Dôn’s itineraries


Lim Jong-tae (Seoul National University)
Astronomers in tributary missions : institutionalized travels of Korean court astronomers to Beijing in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries


Discussant : Kim Daeyeol (INALCO, Paris)


17 :30 – 18 :30
Presentation of database and GIS




WEDNESDAY 28 NOVEMBER



9 :30 – 12 :30
Chair : Marwa Elshakry (Columbia University)


Aurélien Laroulandie (EHESS, UMR8173, Paris)
Circulation of knowledge in its institutional context : officials and experts networks in 17th century Korea


Andrea Bréard (University of Lille 1)
Meng Sen and Shen Linyi, two careers in modern statistics in the late Qing


Aleksandra Majstorac-Kobiljski (CNRS, UMR8173, Paris & Needham Research Institute, Cambridge)
Japanese engineers and coking technologies in early twentieth century Manchuria


Discussant : Annick Horiuchi (University Paris Diderot)



14 :30 – 17 :30
Chair : Isabelle Landry-Deron (EHESS, Paris)


[To be confirmed] Joachim Kurtz (University of Heidelberg)
Missionary itineraries and the circulation of knowledge in 19th century China : Young J. Allen, Li Di, and their networks


Christian Lamouroux (EHESS, UMR8173, Paris)
Between archives and fieldwork : Mr. Liu Guoliang’s business in Beijing


Lucia Candelise (UMR 7219, University Paris Diderot)
Diplomacy, empire and medicine : the construction of French traditionalist acupuncture


Discussant : Rui Magone (Berlin)


17 :30 – 18 :00
Conclusion





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