(Last updated : 2016-08-23 17:08:13)
  OLAH, Csaba

   Senior Associate Professor

   Division of Arts and Sciences, College of Liberal Arts, International Christian University
■ Academic Background
1. 2014
Degree Acquisition
The University of Tokyo, PhD (Japanese history)
2. 2009
Degree Acquisition
Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich, PhD (Chinese studies)
3. 2008~2014 The University of Tokyo, Completed
4. 2005~2008 Major: Chinese Studies (Minor: Japanese Studies), Faculty of Cultural Studies (Fakultät für Kulturwissenschaften), Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich, Completed
5. 2003~2005 Chinese Studies, Faculty of Humanities, Eötvös Loránd University, Unfinished course
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■ #Professional Background
1. 2012/09~ Associate professor, Department of History, ICU
2. 2011/04~2012/08 The University of Tokyo (Department of Japanese History), JSPS Foreign Research Fellow
3. 2005/09~2007/04 Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich (Department of East Asian Studies), Research Fellow ("wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter")
4. 2003/12~2005/08 Eötvös Loránd University (Department of East Asian Studies), Assistant Lecturer
5. 2003/02~2003/11 Eötvös Loránd University (Department of East Asian Studies), Part-time lecturer
■ #Present Specialized Fields
Japanese history 
■ #Books and Articles
1. Article Border Defence, Border Inspection and Foreign Embassies in the Ming Period Frontiers and Boundaries: Encounters on China's Margins (Asiatische Forschungen 156); Harrassowitz Verlag pp.pp. 107-128 (Single) 2012/10
2. Article "Sino-Japanese ‘Diplomatic culture’ in the Ming Period as Seen from the Nyūminki Sources" Transactions of the International Conference of Eastern Studies (The Tōhō Gakkai) (No. 55.),pp.pp. 52-66. (Single) 2010/12
3. Article “Japanische Gesandtschaften in China und ihre Korrespondenz mit den chinesischen Behörden im 16. Jahrhundert” (“Japanese embassies in China and their correspondence with Chinese authorities in the 16th century”). Referate des 13. Deutschsprachigen Japanologentages(Proceedings of the 13th Congress of German-speaking Japanese Studies); EB-Verlag Press pp.pp. 353-367 (Single) 2009/01
4. Article “Tolmácsok a Ming-kori diplomáciai kapcsolatokban” (“Interpreters in the diplomatic relations in the Ming period”) Kínai történelem és kultúra (Chinese history and culture). Balassi Publishing Co. pp.pp. 144-166. (Single) 2009/01
5. Article “Troubles during Trading Activities between Japanese and Chinese in the Ming Period” The East Asian 'Mediterranean': Maritime Crossroads of Culture, Commerce and Human Migration; Harrassowitz Verlag pp.pp. 317-330. (Single) 2008/01
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■ #Academic Conference Presentation
1. 2011/11/26 “Brokers, officials and foreign trade in Ming China”. (International Workshop “Tribute, trade and smuggling. Commercial and scientific interaction in the Middle Period and Early Modern World”; Gent University (Gent, Belgium))
2. 2011/04/16 “Administration of diplomacy in China and Japan in the 15-16th century” (Third European Congress on World and Global History (London School of Economics), Panel “Role of the state in changes in diplomacy and trade”; London)
3. 2010/06/20 “Zhu Wan’s Measures on Sea-defense and the Last Official Japanese Embassy to Ming- China – A ‘too late’ Change in Sino-Japanese Trade-system?” (The 14th Asian Studies Conference Japan (ASCJ). Panel “Changes in Diplomacy and Trade in the 16th Century East Asia”; Waseda University (Tokyo))
4. 2009/06/20 “Diplomatic Documents in Medieval Japan (15-16 c.) – Form, Content and Writing Process.” (The 13th Asian Studies Conference Japan (ASCJ); Sophia University (Tokyo))
5. 2007/11/03 “The Chinese are robbers! – On Sino-Japanese trade and its products (15-16th century)” (Symposium: The East Asian Mediterranean Maritime Crossroads of Culture, Commerce, and Human Migration; University of Munich (Germany))
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■ #Lectures
1. 2011/12/01 “Japán-kínai kapcsolatok és a nyūminki-források” (“Sino-Japanese relations and the nyūminki sources”)
2. 2011/11/30 “Zen-Mönche und Aussenbeziehungen im mittelalterlichen Japan” (“Zen monks and foreign relations in Medieval Japan”)
3. 2011/04/20 “Japanische Gesandten in China während der Ming-Zeit – Quellenlage und neue Aspekte” (“Japanese embassies in China during the Ming period – Sources and New aspects”)
4. 2007/03/05 “Japán-kínai diplomácia és kereskedelem a 15–16. Században” (“Sino-Japanese diplomacy and trade in the 15th-16th century”)
5. 2007/01/22 “Wesentliche Eckpunkte der Verwaltung des sino-japanischen Handels im 15. und 16. Jahrhundert” (“Some characteristics of the organization of Sino-Japanese trade in 15th-16th century”)
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