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List of Papers
Yoshiaki NAKAJIMA Last modified date:2020.01.16

Associate Professor / Department of Asian History / Department of History / Faculty of Humanities


Papers
1. Nakajima Gakusho, The East Asian War and Trade between Kyushu and Southeast Asia in the Late Sixteen Century: Centered on Katō Kiyomasa's Trade with Luzon , Chinese Studies in History, volume 52, issue 1, 23-41, 2019.01.
2. Gakusho NAKAJIMA, “Structure and Transformation of the Ming Tribute Trade System”, Manuel Perez Garcia and Lucio de Sousa Rocha eds., Global History and New Polucentric Approaches: Europe, Asia and the Americas in a World Network System (XVI-XIXth Centuries), Palgrave Macmillan, 2017.06.
3. Gakusho NAKAJIMA, The Naval Power of the Yuan Dynasty , Michel Balard ed., The Medieval World (The Sea in History, Volume 2) , Boydell & Brewer, pp. 807-820, 2017.02.
4. 中島 楽章, 南蛮人与荒唐船:1544年葡萄牙人的朝鮮漂流記, 『季風亜洲研究』(清華大学人文社会研究中心)第2巻第1期、, pp.39-55, 2016.04.
5. Pepper and Folangji: The Advance of Portuguese Private Traders into East Asian Waters in the Mid-16th Century.
6. The First Portuguese Map of the East Asi: The Map of Francisco Rodrigues.
7. The Map of Francisco Rodrigues: Portuguese arrival in maritime Asia and Making of Planispheres.
8. Transmission of Western Style Firearms in Maritime East Asia in the 1540's: Korea, Shuangyu and Satstuma.
9. Seaports in Central Kyushu and Network of the Fujian Maritime Merchants in the Early 17th Century: Chinese Tombs and Chinese Settlements in Higo Region .
10. Trading Network of Fujian Merchants and the Toyotomi Regime .
11. A reexamination of the 'Gores'.
12. Organization of the Expeditionary Fleets of the Mongol Invasionof Japan: Their Relations with the Southern Song Naval Fleets.
13. The Conpetitive Seas: 1500-1600 .
14. The Century of Erizeni (Shroffing of Coins) in East Asia: 1460-1570.
15. Legal Protections of Common Properties of Descendant Groups from the Song to Qing Period .
16. Transformation nd Reorganization of International Trade System in the Ming Period.
17. A Korean Man Drawn by Rubens: Diaspora of East Asians in the 16th and 17th Centuries.
18. From Hand Gun (Chongtong) to Swivel Gun (Folangji): Firearms in Maritime East Asia from the 14th to th 16th Centuries.
19. Civil Service Examination and Social Mobility in Shaoxing Prefecture in the Ming-Qing Period.
20. Transformation and Reorganization of the International Trade Order in East Asia from the 14th to 16th Century: From the Tributary System to the "1570 System".
21. Fujian Maritime Merchants arriving in Ariake Sea: Focusing on the graves of the Chinese in Ikura Port, Higo Province .
22. Maritime Trade between Kyushu and Southeast Asia during the 16th Century: The Case of Kato Kiyomasa's Luzon Trade.
23. Nakajima Gakusho, The Invasion of Korea and Trade with Luzon: Katō Kiyomasa’s Scheme of the Luzon Trade in the Late Sixteenth Century , Angela Schottenhammer ed., The East Asian Mediterranean: Maritime Crossroads of Culture, Commerce and Human Migration, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, pp.145-168, 2009.03.
24. On the Regulations concerning the Use of 'Phags-pa Letters in Yuan Administrative Documents.
25. Re-examination of the Portuguese first arrival in Japan.
26. On the Vermillion-Seal Letters bound for "Saiyū".
27. From Communal Families to Lineage Formation: Local Development and the Cohesion of Descent Groups in Huzhou during the Song.
28. Household Division of a Peasant Family of Huizhou in the Mid-Ming Period: Ling Lineage of the Third Sector of Qimen County.
29. On the Song-Yuan-Ming Transition.
30. Investing the King of Japan as a Vassal and Recieving Tribute: The Issue of Opening Ningbo to the Tribute Trade in 1594.
31. Household Division of a Peasant Family of Huizhou in the Mid-Ming Period: Ling Lineage of the Third Sector of Qimen County.
32. The Development of the Fujian-Philippine-Kyushu Maritime Trade in the Late 16th Century.
33. Human Migrarion and Regional Order in the Maritime Asia: focus on the Philippine Trade in the Late 16th Century .
34. From Communal Families to Lineage Formation: Local Development and the Cohesion of Descent Groups in Huzhou during the Song.
35. Forestry Management,Disputes,and Lineage Organization in Huizhou during the mid-Qing Period: A Case Study of the Ling Lineage of Qimen County.
36. Literacy Culture in Chinese Rural Society: Between Elite Culture and Popular Culture.
37. Studies on the Song-Yuan-Ming Transition.
38. Lineage Formation under the Mongol Rule: Focusing on the Problems around Gravesites in Mountainous Region of Southeast China.
39. Portuguese First Voyage to Japan and East Asian Maritime Trade.
40. Mobility of the Chinese Intellectuals in the East Asian Maritime Region during the Late 16th and the Early 17th Century: Chinese Pysicians Sojouring in the South Kyushu.
41. Studies on Huizhou Documents and its Development.
42. Yuan Warships used for Expedition to Japan and the Navy of Southern Song: An Analysis based on Object with Chinese Characters "Palace Command" of the Southern Song Found at Takashima Underwater Site.
43. Can Gravesite Be Sold?: Prohibitions against the Sale of Gravesite from Tang to Qing.
44. Forest Management, Disputes and Lineage Formation in Huizhou during the Mid-Qing: An Analysis from Documents of Ling Lineage, Sansitu, Qimen county.
45. Dispute Resolution in Huizhou Rural Society during the Later Half of the Ming Period.
46. Management of Forests by a Small Scale Lineage in Huizhou Prefecture during the Ming Period.
47. Object with Chinese Characters "Palace Command" of the Southern Song Found at Takashima Underwater Site.
48. Tributary Trade between the MIng Dynasty and Muromachi Japan during the Yongle Reign.
49. Formation and Evolution of the She System during the Yuan Period.
50. The Community Elder System and Administration of Justice in the Early Ming Period: Yue-su Problems and the Excution of Sunctions.
51. Disputes Resolution and the Integration of Common Descent Group in Huizhou Rural Society during the Ming Period.
52. Diputes over the Tenant/Servant System in Huizhou Prefecture in the Late Ming Period.
53. Dispute Resolution in Huizhou Rural Society during the Later Half of the Ming Period.
54. Disputes Resolution and the Integration of Common Descent Group in Huizhou Rural Society during the Ming Period.
55. Judical Procedure in the Ming Period seen from the legal documents contained the "Mingzhou Wushi Jiaji".
56. Documents cocerning the Li-jia System of Huizhou Prefecture in the Late Ming Period.
57. Locally Virtuous Persons in Huizhou and the Community Elder System of the Ming Dynasty.
58. Disputes Resolutions under the Li-jia System during the First half of Ming Period: An Analisis based on Huizhou Documents.
59. On the "Zhi-ting Lao-ren" in Huizhou Prefecture during the Mid-Ming Period.
60. Community Elder System during the Mid-Ming Period: An Analysis on Judical Functions of the Li-jia System.
61. Private Secretaries from Shaoxing Prefecture during the Late Ming and Early Qing Period.