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世界民族学人类学研究中心系列讲座(第123讲)
编辑:世界民族学人类学研究中心    已读:次    发布日期:2018-12-24

从非欧洲视角重新书写世界历史

        主讲人:Huricihan Islamoglu 教授  土耳其伊斯坦布尔Bogaziçi大学 

   主持人:赵 萱     博士  中央民族大学世界民族学人类学研究中心 

与谈人:李鸿宾     教授  中央民族大学历史文化学院     

                 张海洋     教授  中央民族大学世界民族学人类学研究中心     

              袁 剑     副教授  中央民族大学世界民族学人类学研究中心 

时间:2018年12月26日(周三)晚7:00~9:30 

地点:北智楼201会议室

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主讲人介绍:

Huricihan Islamoglu是土耳其伊斯坦布尔Bogaziçi大学经济与全球历史教授。她曾在柏林高级研究所、法国南特高级研究所、布达佩斯大学和清华大学高级研究所担任研究员,在芝加哥大学和威斯康星大学麦迪逊分校攻读经济学和经济史。主要讲授经济史、全球历史、全球治理和法律等课程,曾在加州大学伯克利分校、纽约大学、中欧大学(匈牙利布达佩斯),中东理工大学(土耳其安卡拉)任教。目前的研究兴趣包括奥斯曼帝国的经济史、中国的清朝、16-20世纪欧洲法律史、全球治理以及20世纪后期的农业转型等。

内容简介:

A rethinking of economic history of Islamic lands  of Middle Eurasia implies transcending conceptions of grand divergences of the Western and non-Western regions( alternatively enabled or disabled by institutional features or by Western trade) . It implies a perception of modern transformation or modernity - insofar as it exists as a discrete and recognizable entity- as a universal historical process, one with a history not confined to that of the West. It refers to the continuous processes of exploring new institutional configurations to cope with the challenges of commercial expansion and state formation/interstate competition underway throughout Eurasia (and later the Americas and other continents) since the 15th century. The Ottoman Empire which together with China, the Habsburgs in Spain, and others, partook in this world historical context : its survival on the abilities of different actors (including states, merchants, artisans, and cultivators), to generate innovative institutional configurations (including financial instruments, land tenure and taxation systems, weapon technologies, agricultural techniques) resulting in continuous ordering and re- ordering of social realities . In all of these efforts one can trace a shared history of different Imperial regions, responding to the demands of a new world historical context and, in doing so, relating to and linking with each other. Marshal Hodgson had suggested that without the rich cumulative history of institutional innovations in the African-Eurasian Oikoumene including those in the Islamic world, the great Western transmutation in the 18th century would have been 'unthinkable'. For Hodgson , that transmutation represented an acceleration of processes that were underway in such a way as to result in Western world domination. This did not mean other regions stopped being institutionally innovative but they did so at a different pace ; nor did mean that other societies having had their high points or even moments of world domination will not have their moments again.



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