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CHRISTIAN HENRIOT

Christian HENRIOT

Professeur d’histoire contemporaine
Université Lumière-Lyon 2

Adresse postale                     

Institut d'Asie Orientale                              
Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon                  
15, Parvis René Descartes  
69342 - Lyon cedex 07                          

Phone: +33 (0) 4 3737 6243
Fax:     +33 (0) 4 3737 6476
E-mail: christian.henriot@univ-lyon2.fr
                                        

Expérience professionnelle

Institut Universitaire de France, 2007-2012   
Membre senior

University of California, Berkeley, Janvier-Juin 2008  
Visiting professor, History Department

Stanford Humanities Center, Stanford University, 2006-2007
Senior Research Fellow, Fellowship in Digital Humanities

University of California, Berkeley, October 2005-March 2006
Fulbright Scholar

Stanford University, History Department, April-June 2006
Kratter Visiting Professor

Département des sciences de l’homme et de la société, CNRS
Directeur scientifique adjoint (section 33 Histoire), 2002-2005

Institut d’Asie Orientale-UMR 5062 (CNRS - Université Lyon 2 - Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon – IEP de Lyon)
Directeur, 1993-2002

Département d’histoire, Université Lumière-Lyon 2
Professeur, 1998-

Institut Universitaire de France, membre junior (1994-1999)
Département d’études chinoises, vietnamiennes et coréennes, Université Jean Moulin-Lyon 3
Directeur, 1985-1990

Centre de recherche sur l’Extrême-Orient Contemporain, Université Jean Moulin-Lyon 3
Directeur, 1987-1992

Département d’études chinoises, vietnamiennes et coréennes, Université Jean Moulin-Lyon 3
Maître de conférences, 1985-1992; Professeur, 1992-1998

 

Autres fonctions dans des universités étrangères:

Visiting scholar, Asia-Pacific Research Center (APARC), Stanford University, April-June 1990 and July-September 1997

Visiting scholar, Tokyo University, Institute of Oriental Culture (Toyo Bunka), Juillet-Septembre 2000

Visiting Professor, Caroll Professor of Urban Studies, University of Oregon, Septembre-Décembre 2002

Visiting scholar, Institut d’histoire, Académie des sciences socials de Chine, mars 2009

Visiting scholar, Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica (Taiwan), avril 2009

 

Responsable de projets de recherche

“Cadastres, land management and urban change spatial and temporal modeling of heterogeneous series,” research project funded by the Division of research, Rhône-Alpes Region, 2012-2014.

“Cities in turmoil” (co-PI), research project funded by the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation, 2010-2012, in collaboration with the Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica, Taiwan.

Research of the Rhone-Alpes Regional Assembly, 2002-2004. Currently under development as an online research platform on Shanghai funded by the French National Research Agency. http://virtualshanghai.net  

 “The Common People and the Artist in the 1930s: An Essay in the Cultural and Social Metahistory of China through the Visual Sources”, Research project funded by the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation and the Division of Research of the Rhone-Alpes Regional Assembly, 2005-2007.

 “On-line Database of Historical Photographs (Shanghai)”, with a UC Berkeley co-PI, funded by the France-Berkeley Fund, 2000-2001; “History and visual documents”, with a UC Berkeley co-PI, funded by the France-Berkeley Fund, 2005-2006.

 “Shanghai history through maps”, research project funded by the ARRASH agency (Rhône-Alpes Region Research Agency) and the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 1995-1999.

 “City words (China): A French-English-Chinese Glossary”, research project funded by the MOST Program (Unesco) and the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 1997.

 “Shanghai state enterprises under reform”, research project funded by the PPSH agency (Rhône-Alpes Region Research Agency) and the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 1989-1992.

 

Formation

Docteur d’Etat ès Lettres et sciences humaines, Histoire, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris, mars 1992.

Doctorat, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris, juin 1983.

Licence, Etudes vietnamienne, INALCO, Paris, juin 1984.

M.A., Histoire, Stanford University, 1982

Maîtrise, Etudes chinoises, INALCO, Paris, June 1978

 

Publications

 

Livres

Scythe and the City. Explorations in the history of death in Shanghai (1850-1965), (manuscript achevé).

1927-1937 年的上海 – 市政權 , 地方性和現代化 (traduction chinoise de Shanghai 1927-1937), Shanghai, Guji chubanshe, 2004.

上海妓女:19〜20世纪中国的卖淫业与性 (traduction chinoise de Belles de Shanghai), Shanghai, Guji chubanshe, 2004.

Prostitution in Shanghai. A Social History, Cambridge/New York, Cambridge University Press, 2001.

Atlas de Shanghai. Espace et représentations de 1849 à nos jours (avec Zheng Zu'an), Paris, CNRS-Editions, 1999, 189 p.

Le Shanghai des années 30 (avec A. Roux), Paris, Editions Autrement, 1998, 190 p.

Belles de Shanghai. Prostitution et sexualité en Chine aux XIXe-XXe siècles, Paris, Editions du CNRS, 1997, 512 p.

La réforme des entreprises en Chine. Les industries shanghaiennes entre Etat et marché, (avec Shi Lu), Paris, L'Harmattan, 1996, 270 p.

Shanghai 1927-1937. Municipal Power, Locality, and Modernization, Berkeley, The University of California Press, 1993, 288 p.

Shanghai 1927-1937. Elites locales et modernisation en Chine nationaliste, Paris, Editions de l'Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, 1991, 342 p.

 

Directions d’ouvrage

Visualising China. . Moving and still images in historical narratives (ed., avec Yeh Wen-hsin), Leiden, Brill Publishers, 2013.

Images in History: Pictures and Public Space in Modern China (ed., avec Yeh Wen-hsin), Berkeley, IEAS Research Monographs, 2012.

In the Shadow of the Rising Sun. Shanghai under Japanese Occupation, (ed., avec Yeh Wen-hsin), Cambridge/New York, Cambridge University Press, 2004.

Cities in the Pacific Rim. Sustainability and Diversity (ed., avec Geneviève Dubois-Taine), Paris, PUCA, 2001.

New Frontiers: Imperialism's new communities in East Asia, 1842-1952 (ed., avec Robert Bickers), Manchester, Manchester University Press, 2000, 290 p.

Les métropoles chinoises au XXe siècle (ed.), Paris, Editions Arguments, 1995, 265 p.

Shanghai dans les années 1980. Etudes urbaines (ed.), Lyon, Université Lyon III (Coll. Cahiers du GRECC 1), 1989, 181 p.

La femme en Asie Orientale (ed.), Lyon, Université Lyon III, 1988, 150 p.

 

Articles dans revues scientifiques et chapitres d’ouvrage [10 dernières années]

 “Beyond Glory: Modern warfare, medical assistance and casualties in the 1932 Shanghai Battle”, War and Society, vol. 31, no. 2, 2012, pp. 16-35

“Slums, squats or hutments? Constructing and deconstructing an in-between space in modern Shanghai (1926-1965)”, Frontiers of history, 7, 2 (2012), 499-528

“The impact of war on Shanghai’s industrial structure: A GIS-based analysis of the Shanghai industrial surveys (1935-1940)” (with Isabelle Durand), Annals of GIS, Vol. 18, no. 1, 2012, 45-55 (DOI: 10.1080/19475683.2011.647080)

“Regeneration and Mobility: The Spatial Dynamics of Industries in Wartime Shanghai”, Journal of historical geography, vol. 38, no. 2, 2012, pp. 167-180 (DOI:10.1016/j.jhg.2011.12.001)

“Supplying Female Bodies: Labor Migration, Sex Work, and the Commoditization of Women in Colonial Indochina and Contemporary Vietnam” [introduction to special issue], Journal of Vietnamese Studies, vol. 7, no. 1, 2012, pp. 1-9

“China Visualised: What Stories Do Pictures Tell ?” (with Yeh Wen-hsin) in Visualising China. Moving and still images in historical narratives (ed. by Christian Henriot & Yeh Wen-hsin), Leiden, Brill Publishers, 2013, pp. vii-xxv.

“Street Culture, Visual Fragments, and Everyday Life. Narrating Peddlers in Shanghai Modern” in Visualising China. Moving and still images in historical narratives (ed. by Christian Henriot & Yeh Wen-hsin), Leiden, Brill Publishers, 2013, pp. 93-127.

 “Introduction: Pictures and Public Space in Republican China” in Images in History: Pictures and Public Space in Modern China (ed. by Christian Henriot & Yeh Wen-hsin), Berkeley, IEAS Research Monographs, 2012, pp. 1-11

“Wartime Shanghai Refugees: Chaos, Exclusion, and Indignity: Do Images Make up for the Absence of Memory?” in Images in History: Pictures and Public Space in Modern China (ed. by Christian Henriot & Yeh Wen-hsin), Berkeley, IEAS Research Monographs, 2012, pp. 12-54

“City Words, City of Words”, in Shi Lu and Liu Haiyan (eds.), Chengshi yongyu cidian 城市用語詞典 (Dictionary of Chinese city words), Taibei, Airiti Press, 2011, pp. I-XIII

“Slums, squats or hutments? Constructing and deconstructing an in-between space in modern Shanghai (1926-1965)”, Frontiers of history, 7, 2 (2012) [accepted]

“A Neighborhood under the Storm: Zhabei and Shanghai Wars,” European Journal of East Asian Studies, Vol. 9, no. 2 (2010), pp. pp. 293-321

 “The Shanghai Bund in myth and history: An Essay through Textual and Visual Sources”, Journal of Modern Chinese History, vol. 4, no. 1, 2010, pp. 1-27

“The Colonial Space of Death in Shanghai (1844-1949)” in Bryna Goodman and David S. Goodman (ed.), Twentieth-Century Colonialism and China: Localities, the Everyday, and the World, London, Routledge, 2012, pp. 108-133

‘Invisible Deaths, Silent Deaths’. ‘Bodies Without Masters’ in Republican Shanghai”, Journal of Social History, Vol. 43, no. 2, Winter 2009, pp. 408-437

Senchū sengo no shanhai ni okeru shi no mondai to kyoryūmin” 戰中戰後上海における問題居留民 (Scythe and Sojourning in Wartime and Postwar Shanghai) in Nihon Shanhaishi Kenkyūkai (ed.) 日本上海史研究会(編), Kenkoku zengo no Shanhai 建國前後の上海 (Shanghai around the time of the birth of the P.R.C.) Tokyo, Kenbun shuppan, 2009, pp. 313-334

“Shanghai gongmu yanjiu, 1844—1949” (A study of Shanghai cemeteries) in Yixu Lu and Sun Lixin (eds.), Zhiminzhuyi yu Zhongguo jindai shehui 殖民主義與中國近代社會 (Colonialism and Modern Chinese Society), Beijing, Renmin chubanshe, 2009, pp. 260-295

“Scythe and Sojourning in Wartime Shanghai”, Karunungan - A Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 27, Sept. 2007, pp. 117-148

“Shanghai”, Encyclopedia of Western Colonialism since 1450, Ed. Thomas Benjamin. Vol. 3. Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA, 2007, pp. 1011-1014

“Un veneno para el pueblo. Reflexiones sobre la sostenibilidad y la estrategia de desarrollo en Shanghai” in Joquin Beltran (ed.), Perspectivas Chinas, Barcelona, Bella Terra, 2006, pp. 179-203

“Shanghai and the experience of war: The fate of refugees”, European Journal of East Asian Studies, Vol. 5, no. 2 (2006), pp. 217-248

“Shanghai industries under Japanese occupation: Bombs, Boom and Bust (1937-1945) ”, in Christian Henriot and Wen-hsin Yeh, In the Shadow of the Rising Sun. Shanghai under Japanese Occupation, Cambridge/New York, Cambridge University Press, 2004, pp. 17-45

“Introduction”, in Christian Henriot and Wen-hsin Yeh, In the Shadow of the Rising Sun. Shanghai under Japanese Occupation, Cambridge/New York, Cambridge University Press, 2004, pp. 1-16

“Public health policy vs colonial laissez-faire: STDs and prostitution in republican Shanghai” in Micollier, (ed.) Sexual Cultures in East Asia: The Social Construction of Sexuality and Sexual Risk in a Time of AIDS, London, Curzon Press, 2004, pp. 159-182

“公共衛生政策與殖民主義放任政策的對立 – 上海租界的性病與賣淫” (trans. of ‘Public Health Policy vs. Colonial Laissez-faire’) in Ma Changlin 馬昌林 (ed.), 租界里的上海 (Shanghai in Foreign Concessions), Shanghai, Shanghai shehui kexueyuan, 2003, pp. 155-166

“Prostitution et Vox literati à Shanghai avant la Première guerre mondiale”, Clio. Histoire, Femmes et Société, n° 17, 2003, pp. 45-64

“Les divisions de la ville à Shanghai (19e-20e siècles)” (avec Zheng Zu'an) in Christian Topalov (ed.), Les Mots de la Ville: Divisions, Paris, Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, 2002, pp. 157-190

“Shanghai” in Michel Foucher (ed.), Asie Nouvelles, Paris, Belin, 2002, pp. 285-287.

“Urbanisation et métropolisation en Chine. Le cas de Shanghai”, Techniques, territoires et sociétés, "La refondation métropolitaine. Une nouvelle phase de l'histoire urbaine”, Tome 1 L'Eurasie post-communiste: Moscou, Shanghai, Hongkong, n° 36, 2002, pp. 147-160

 

Editeur: Virtual Shanghai platform [http://virtualshanghai.net]

 

Concepteur et chef de projet:

Virtual cities project: http://virtualcities.fr

Visual cultures in East Asia: http://www.vcea.net

 

Directeur de collection

“Collection Asie Orientale” (East Asian Studies series), CNRS-éditions, 1999-2007.

 “Chinese cities series”, Brill Publishers.

 

Directeur de revue

European Journal of East Asian Studies – Directeur et co-fondateur avec Paul Waley (Leeds University), 2000-2004; directeur, 2004-2008. 7 volumes, 14 numéros publiés. EJEAS is a peer-reviewed, multi-disciplinary journal that aims to serve as a forum for high-quality scholarship on East Asia. Revue classée A par le National Research Council (Australia).

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