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Masato Hasegawa

Visiting Postdoctoral Fellow (Jun 2020-Aug 2021)

Masato Hasegawa is Assistant Professor of History at National Taiwan University and concurrently serves as a fellow at Einstein Center Chronoi in Berlin. He holds a PhD in History from Yale University and previously taught at the University of Oregon, New York University, and Columbia University. From 2016 to 2019, he was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the MPIWG. He specializes in the history of technology and the environment in early modern East Asia. His current research focuses on the intersections of bureaucratic knowledge, war mobilization, and the temporality of planning in the Sino-Korean borderland of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

Projects

Nature, Technology, and Daily Life in a Wartime Borderland

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Rhythms of War and Farming in Early Modern China and Korea

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Selected Publications

Hasegawa, M. (2019). War, Commerce, and Tributary Relations in the Sino-Korean Borderland of the Late Sixteenth Century. In K. M. Swope (Ed.), The Ming World (pp. 481-499). Abingdon: Routledge.

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Hasegawa, M. (2016). War, supply lines, and society in the Sino-Korean borderland of the late sixteenth century. Late Imperial China, 37(1), 109-152. doi:10.1353/late.2016.0000.

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Events

Workshop

Locality and Geographical Knowledge in Imperial China II

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Workshop

Locality and Geographical Knowledge in Imperial China I

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Reading Group

Newspaper Article about Entomologist Nawa Yasushi 名和靖

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Reading Group

Newspaper Article about Entomologist Nawa Yasushi 名和靖

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Measuring Reliability in the Wartime Transport of Provisions: The Case of Mao Yuanyi (1594-1641)

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