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COLÓQUIO INTERNACIONAL “CHINA / MACAU: ROTAS, ESTREITOS MARÍTIMOS E OCEANOS

COLÓQUIO INTERNACIONAL “CHINA / MACAU: ROTAS, ESTREITOS MARÍTIMOS E OCEANOS

Mais uma vez o Centro Científico e Cultural de Macau organizou o seu já habitual e muito prestigiado Colóquio Internacional de Outubro, em 2017 subordinado ao tema “China / Macau: Rotas, Estreitos Marítimos e Oceanos Globais”, cuja Comissão Científica foi constituída por Luís Filipe Barreto, Roderich Ptak e Wu Zhiliang.

O Colóquio foi organizado conjuntamente pelo Centro Científico e Cultural de Macau e pela Fundação Macau, com o patrocínio da Fundação Jorge Álvares e o apoio do Casino do Estoril.

A iniciativa contou com numeroso público, muito atento ao ambicioso e interessante programa que contou com as seguintes intervenções de reputados historiadores e investigadores internacionais: Sailing routes as mental constructs: their semantic dimensions and assumed functions, Roderich Ptak, Global trade at the time of the Tang dinasty: some commodities from the animal kingdom, as mentioned in Duan Chengshi´s `Miscellaneous Morsels from Youyang (Youyang zazu, mid-IXth cent. AD) and other contemporary sources, Chiara Bocci, Fragrant flower from overseas: the Suxin flower in early Canton, James K. Chin, Pearl trade during the Ming and Qing dinasty: from Guangdong and Macau into the world, Jiehua Cai, The scholarly dissemination of sailing route descriptions during the Ming and early Qing, Elke Papelitzky, Maritime trade expansion in late Ming and early Qing´China: why were long lasting trade organizations, François Giroupoux, When the land joins the ocean: a global view of Macau trade in Ming dinasty, Vivian Xiaohua Zhang, Representing the global space: some reflections about maritime and terrestrial routes in the 16th century missionary sources, Anttonella Romano, Sailing to China: the maritime journey of catholic missionaries, Eugene Menegon, The jesuit project for routes to the Asean missions alternative to the Carreira To India, Ugo Baldini, The Macau-Canton área in the 2nd half of the 17th century: crossroad of medical knowledge and skills, Noel Golvers, Looking inside Álvaro Semedo´s trunks. Crossing the sea with knowledge on China (1630s-1640s), Isabel Murta Pina, Approvisionnement urban et reseaux de commerce: denrées et marchandises sur le marche de Chaozhou au début du XVIIe siècle, Pascale Girard, A shipwreck between three nations: case study of Spanish ship La Ferrolena´s shipwrek at Guangdong province in 1803, Fabio Yu-chung Lee, The river and the sea – People´s musician in a time of chaos, Christina Miu Bing Cheng, The portugueses routes in the South China Sea, between Malacca and Macau, in the XVI and XVII centuries, Jorge Semedo de Matos, An incident in Macau: the 1583 voyage of the Manila galleon and its global context, Rui Manuel Loureiro, e Macau and the sea: a history in verse (XVI-XVIII), Elisabetta Colla.

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