Chronoi Talks: “The Rhythms of War and Farming in Early Modern China and Korea: Project presentation” (Online)
July 6, 2020
10.30 am – 11.30 am
Dr. Masato Hasegawa (National Taiwan University, Department of History/EC-Chronoi)
The project Rhythms of War and Farming in Early Modern China and Korea examines the conceptions, structures, and experiences of timeliness in war and farming in the Sino-Korean borderland of the 16th and 17th centuries. Through analysis of Chinese and Korean sources on the planning and implementation of war mobilization, this project assesses how war caused friction in the manner in which seasonal timeliness in farming was conceptualized and experienced both at the state and local levels and how the awareness of seasonal rhythms was shaped by changes in the natural environment.
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