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Taiwan Social and Economic History Group’s First Workshop in 2020

Organizer: Social and Economic History Group at the Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica

Co-organizer: Taiwan Institutions and Economic History Association

Date and Time: February 6th, 2020, 10am-5pm

Venue: Room 802 at the Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica, Taiwan

Language: Chinese

Registration link: http://www.ith.sinica.edu.tw/academic_online.php?l=c&no=2&id=759

Please Note: Registration will be closed on January 30th. An accepted participants list will be posted the next day on the ITH website.


We welcome your participation.


Tentative Agenda:


10:00am-10:10am Opening Ceremony

Hosted by LIN Yu-ju, Research Fellow, Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica and Managing Director, Taiwan Institutions and Economic History Association


10:10am-12:00pm Session One

Hosted by WU Tsong-Min, Retired Professor, Department of Economics, National Taiwan University


Presentations:


“An introduction to the newly published book Persons, Groups, and Hydraulic Engineering in Modern Taiwan and some research thoughts” (《人物、人群與近代台灣水利》新書簡介與研究構想試論) by CHEN Hung-Tu, Professor, Department and Institute of History, National Dong Hwa University


“A preliminary discussion on the socio-economical impacts of the Chiwei line of sugar railways” (糖鐵旗尾線的社會經濟影響試論) by LEE Wen-huan, Professor, Graduate Institute of Taiwan History, Culture and Languages, National Kaohsiung Normal University


12pm-1:30pm Lunch


1:30pm-3:10pm Session Two

Hosted by YEH Er-jian, Associate Professor, Department of Taiwan and Regional Studies, National Dong Hwa University


Presentations:


“The management of Taiwan Tea Corporation after the land reform and privatization, and the controversy of the separation of lands for tea and forestry” (台灣農林公司在土地改革民營化後的經營-兼論茶林分家的爭論) by ZHUANG Hao-bin, PhD, Department of History, National Chi Nan University


“The ownership and regulation transformation of houses inside the prefectural city of Taiwan in Qing dynasty” (清代臺灣府城內的房屋產權及制度變遷) by CHEN Kuan-fei, Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica


“Building markets: the development of the Yongjing Street in Changhua, Taiwan in the 19th century and its share subscription plan” (起建街市:十九世紀彰化平原永靖街的築造與認股) by YANG Chao-chieh, PhD candidate, Department of History, National Taiwan University


3:10pm-3:30pm Tea Break


3:30pm-4:30pm Session Three

Hosted by TSAI Lung-Pao, Professor, Department of History, National Taipei University and Dean, National Taipei University


Presentation:


“An introduction and explanation of the Chinese translation of HORI Kazuo’s History of Capitalism in East Asia I: Formation, Structure and Development” (堀和生《東アジア資本主義史論 I :形成‧構造‧展開》一書中譯本解題與介紹) by LIN Wen-kai, Associate Research Fellow, Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica, HONG Sao-Yang, Associate Professor, Education Center for Humanities and Social Sciences, National Yang Ming University, and LEE Wei-chen, Professor and Director, Graduate Institute of Taiwan History, National Chengchi University


4:30pm-5:00 pm Close Ceremony and General Discussion

Hosted by LIN Yu-ju, Research Fellow, Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica, LIN Wen-kai, Associate Research Fellow, Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica, and TSENG Pin-tsang, Associate Research Fellow and Deputy Director, Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica


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