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主講人：Prof. Marie-Paule Hille (法國高等社會科學研究院副教授)
This paper examines the role of Muslims in the economic history of northwest China between the late 19th and the first half of the 20th century. It follows P. Perdue’s analysis, who has shown how Gansu was integrated into the Chinese economic market in the 18th and 19th centuries. It will also consider the works of J. Lipman and J. Millward, who have highlighted the role of Muslims in a market such as wool and skins. Using a case study of the economic development of a Muslim community in Gansu, this study explores the factors that made this successful commercial endeavor possible through an examination of their socio-economic organization and their trading network. This research will take us from the highlands of Tibet to the most modern cities on the coastline.
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