15past15 podcast series
By Martin Dusinberre
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15past15 is a new podcast which discusses how the past is made, and by whom. Its first season focuses on history and history-writing in East Asia, from the sixteenth century to today. Interviewees debate the indigenous historical traditions of China and Japan in particular, and the ways that understandings of the past evolved at times of acute political and societal change. Our contributors teach East Asian and global history at leading universities in Germany, France, the UK, Spain, Switzerland, the USA and Canada, and they manage—just about—to stick to a fifteen- minute format. Interviews will be released weekly from 15 January 2019.
||Clean15past15 Episode 11: Chinese Utopias||Lorenzo Andolfatto shows how societal transformations in late-nineteenth century China were reflected in the utopian popular literature. Interviewed by Martin Dusinberre and Birgit Tremml Werner.||19.3.2019||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||Clean15past15 Episode 10: The Woman Question in late-Quing China||Joan Judge traces the shifting repertoire of exemplary models for women as Qing China struggled with national reform and historical time on the eve of the 1911 Revolution. Interviewed by Martin Dusinberre.||12.3.2019||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||Clean15past15 Episode 9: Persuasion with China's Past||Jonathan Chappell explains how the historical reference points for Qing empire officials changed across the nineteenth century, especially with regard to the management of China's borderlands. Interviewed by Martin Dusinberre.||5.3.2019||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||Clean15past15 Episode 8: Misreading the Macartney Mission||Henrietta Harrison examines how Lord Macartney's mission to Qing China in 1793 has been archivally framed in the West and in China, leading to the idea that Chinese international relations particularly prioritised ritual and tribute.||26.2.2019||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||Clean15past15 Episode 7: The Columbus of Japan||Birgit Tremml Werner introduces Yamada Nagamasa (1590-1630), whom some scholars called the "Columbus of Japan" in the 1940s-a label, she argues, which tells us as much about twentieth-century as seventeenth-century history. Interviewed by Joachim Kurtz||19.2.2019||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||Clean15past15 Episode 6: Professionalising Japan's Past||Lisa Yoshikawa illustrates how academic historians in modern Japan used the professionalisation of studying and writing about the past to establish politically opportune narratives for a modern imperial state. Interviewed by Birgit Tremml Werner and Mar||12.2.2019||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||Clean15past15 Episode 5: China in Japan's Modern Time||Stefan Tanaka suggests that Japanese intellectuals "discovered" Japan's past in the mid-nineteenth century, both by reconsidering China's place in the world and by thinking about time in new ways. Interviewed by Martin Dusinberre and Birgit Tremml Werne||5.2.2019||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||Clean15past15 Episode 4 Translating the Republic of Letters||David Mervart traces the entanglements of foreign trade and book collecting in so-called "closed Japan", and the ways that Japanese translators came to conceive of-and embody-the republic of letters. Interview: Martin Dusinberre and Birgit Tremml Werner||29.1.2019||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||Clean15past15 Episode 2: Confucius's Comeback||Joachim Kurtz discusses the changing ways in which Confucius has been understood in the last five hundred yearsfrom philosopher to Chinese sage whose teachings are incompatible with Western modernity. Interviewed by Martin Dusinberre.||28.1.2019||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||Clean15past15 Episode 3: When did Taiwan Begin?||Leigh Jenco considers what debates about the history of Taiwan in seventeenth-century China bring to our theoretical understanding of imperialism. Interviewed by Martin Dusinberre and Birgit Tremml Werner.||22.1.2019||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||CleanIntroducing 15past15||15past15 is a new podcast which discusses how the past is made, and by whom. Its first season focuses on history and history-writing in East Asia, from the sixteenth century to today. Interviewees debate Confuciuss comeback, the Chinese Renaissance, the||21.1.2019||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|