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发表于 2019-6-19 21:17:14 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
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原作者: 复旦大学
文章来源: 世界历史放映室
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会议简介(中文):

无论是在中国、东亚还是欧美历史研究中,长期以来,世界史(world history)、欧洲史(European history)、古代史(ancient history)以及全球史(global history)等学科分支间的关联和界限并不清晰。多样化而充满矛盾的界定影响到学科内愈趋国际化的交流和学术共同体的建立。在全球化背景之下,以希腊-罗马为主体的传统西方古代史学科框架受到挑战,但本领域内的学者却对之关注不够。诸如,罗马人一度建立了具有共容性、无边界的“全球化帝国”,囊括了当今世界欧、亚、非洲某些国家的部分甚至全部领土。但在欧洲史研究中,罗马史因其涵盖内容太过庞大而难以与之相契合。另一方面,由欧美学术界主导定义的“古代史”,长期以来趋同于“希腊-罗马史”,直到最近才将古埃及和古代近东文明吸纳进来。印度、东南亚尤其是中国古代史则仍被排除在外。本次工作坊将探讨的主题设定为“欧亚对话”与“帝国比较”,旨在提倡欧亚大陆的整体性和关联性,以“世界史”的视角研究“古代史”和古代文明。反过来,我们希望通过关注欧亚大陆古代帝国之间的联系来理解“世界史”。工作坊旨在试图突破传统学科窠臼,加强东西方古代史学者之间的对话和交流。



召集人:王忠孝(复旦大学历史学系),Peter Bang (丹麦哥本哈根大学大学历史系),王冬妮(上海大学历史系)

会议时间:2019年6月29-30日
会议地点:复旦大学光华楼西主楼2001会议室

Ancient History from the View of World History: Eurasian Dialogues and Imperial Comparisons: A Joint Workshop of Fudan University and University of Copenhagen, June 29-30, 2019

Introduction:

We argue that the limitations facing scholars who study ancient history in the 21st century can be dealt with by turning to world history for conceputal innovation. Traditionally, the development of the classical Mediterranean world from multiple independent city-states to their amalgamation into a vast Universal Empire under the Romans has been understood as a significant stage in European history. Yet, today, European history is characterized precisely by the very absence of any new, all-encompassing, universal empire, Roman style. Roman power, after all, bestrode three continents and comprised an area which today is “inhabited” by a vast number of nation-states that share a common European culture only. From the perspective of this political structure, the Roman Empire looks like an anomaly, an imperial Titan that is too big, too unwieldy, and too omnipotent to fit the patterns and models familiar to students of contemporary Europe. The empire simply cannot be easily mapped onto the experience of the modern world. We need other models for Rome, which is too colossal for the current framework of the European nation-state: the Empire requires a special lens from world history.

Furthermore, ancient history in the West used to be thought of as identical with Greco-Roman history, an area in which Western classical scholars has long dominated. In the age of post-colonialism and after the breakdown of European hegemony, this mode of analysis has become obsolete. Qin-Han empire of China, Xiongnu Empire, as well as Assyrian empire and Persian empire, in fact, all Eurasian empires should be taken into account for the study of ancient history. This workshop, which will take place over two days, is intended to explore this angle. There will be approximately 15 papers reflecting on how to make ancient history, imperial comparisons and world history be useful to one another. By bringing ancient historians from varying research backgrounds into this dialogue, we hope to promote ancient imperial studies with a comparative perspective that is mature and dynamic.

Conveners: Zhongxiao Wang (Fudan University), Peter Bang (University of Copenhagen), Donni Wang (Shanghai University)

Venue: Room 2001, West Guanghua Tower, Fudan University, Shanghai
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