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The East Asian Journal of British History: Special Issue - Anglo-Japanese Conference of Historians 2015 Changing Networks and Power in British History: Politics, Society, Trade, vol. 5

Citation: Akita, Shigeru and O'Brien, Patrick Karl and Daunton, Martin and Innes, Joanna and Goldman, Lawrence and Santoki, Makiko and Ichihara, Hiroshi and Riello, Giorgio and Lee, Young-Suk and Styles, John and Nagashima, Takeshi and Inagaki, Haruki and Matsunami, Kyoko (2016) The East Asian Journal of British History: Special Issue - Anglo-Japanese Conference of Historians 2015 Changing Networks and Power in British History: Politics, Society, Trade, vol. 5. The East Asian Society of British History. ISBN 2185-8527

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The East Asian Journal of British History is produced by the East Asian Society of British History, and supported by the Institute for Historical Research. The Institute of Historical Research is pleased and proud to be supporting this recent addition to British history scholarship. Developing out of the IHR’s long-standing collaborative partnership with Japanese universities, and now in its fourth year, the East Asian Journal of British History features some of the best emergent scholarship from Anglophone historians working in China, Japan, and South Korea. Divided between an articles section and one devoted to reviews, the journal’s remit wide-ranging covering all fields and periods of British history. It complements the triennial Anglo-Japanese Conference organised by the IHR and Japanese historians based at the universities of Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka, and the conference of the East Asian Society of British history, in which we are joined by our colleagues from South Korea. In future, we hope that more contributions will be featured in the journal from the Chinese mainland and from Taiwan.

Additional Information: Introduction to the Special Issue ... Shigeru Akita; A Representation of the First Industrial Revolution as a Conjuncture for the Global Economic History of Transitions to Industrial Economies ... Patrick Karl O’Brien; Questioning Leviathan: Restructuring the State in Britain since 1970 ... Martin Daunton; ‘Networks’ in British History ... Joanna Innes; History and Continuity in English Education Since 1800 ... Lawrence Goldman; Management of and Local Networks for Educating Vagrant Children: A Case Study on the Manchester Certified Industrial Schools in the Late Nineteenth Century ... Makiko Santoki; The Human Resource Development, Occupational/Status-linked Personnel Management Practices and Engineers in Japanese Corporations before the Second World War ... Hiroshi Ichihara; Cotton: The Making of a Modern Commodity ... Giorgio Riello; Why Did They Admire the Machinery? Rethinking Intellectuals’ View from the Perspective of the Competition between English Cotton Goods and Indian Handicraft Ones in the Early Industrial Revolution ... Young-Suk Lee; Fashion, Textiles and the Origins of Industrial Revolution ... John Styles; Meiji Japan’s Encounter with the ‘English System’ for the Prevention of Infectious Disease: The Hesperia Incident of 1879 ... Takeshi Nagashima; Law, Agency and Emergency in British Imperial Politics: Conflict between the Government and the King’s Court in Bombay in the 1820s ... Haruki Inagaki; Public interest in the Debates on Britain’s Electric Telegraphs Bill of 1868 ... Kyoko Matsunami; Appendix; Programme of the AJC 2015.
Creators: Akita, Shigeru and O'Brien, Patrick Karl and Daunton, Martin and Innes, Joanna and Goldman, Lawrence (0000-0002-2420-1582) and Santoki, Makiko and Ichihara, Hiroshi and Riello, Giorgio and Lee, Young-Suk and Styles, John and Nagashima, Takeshi and Inagaki, Haruki and Matsunami, Kyoko and
Subjects: History
Divisions: Institute of Historical Research
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Dates:
  • March 2016 (published)

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