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Historians of Asia on political violence – Colloque – Collège de France – 27 juin 2019

Colloque international organisé en collaboration avec Sanchit Kumar et avec le soutien de la Fondation Hugot du Collège de France.

Toutes les interventions se feront en anglais, sans traduction disponible.

Matin (9h – 12h30)

  • 9h Introduction générale : Anne CHENG, Collège de France
  • 9h15 “The state and violence: Perspectives from ancient India” Upinder SINGH, Ashoka University, Sonepat, Inde
  • 10h “Political theft and vandalism of images in India” Naman AHUJA, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi

10h45 Pause

  • 11h “Japan in Asia: The practice of Pan-Asianism” Brij TANKHA, Institute of Chinese Studies, Delhi
  • 11h45 “Kakumei and harmony: Revolution in Japanese historiography and its central role in shaping national and regional identity (1868-1945)” Eddy DUFOURMONT, Université de Bordeaux-Montaigne

12h30 Pause déjeuner

Après-midi (14h – 18h)

  • 14h “Evolution and characteristics of Japanese and Sino-Taiwanese historiography of the Nanjing massacre (1937)” Arnaud NANTA, CNRS-IAO, Lyon
  • 14h45 “Okinawa in the eyes of Ota Masahide (1925-2017)” NAKAJIMA Takahiro, Université de Tokyo
  • 15h30 “The transnational origins of “revolutionary war”: A Sino-Vietnamese experiment in war communism during the First Indochina War (1945-54)” Christopher GOSCHA, Université du Québec à Montréal

16h15 Pause

  • 16h30 “Mao’s specific brand of political violence” Michel BONNIN, EHESS, Paris
  • 17h15 “State violence in post-Mao China: A multi-faceted phenomenon” Jean-Philippe BEJA, CNRS-CERI, Paris 18h
  • Discussion finale

Programme en ligne : Collège de France