2021年5月 莱茵论坛欢迎您参加第155期 学术讨论讲座
In May 2021, the Rhine Academic Forum e.V. invite all to our No.155 event an online academic seminar on the coming Saturday,
May 15, 2021 (Saturday), 12:00-14:00 (Berlin)/18:00-20:00 (Beijing)
VooV Meeting: ID 206068086
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Research on the study of Chinese contemporary industrial history, and that of industrial heritage protection
崔龙浩 Cui, Longhao, 华东师范大学 PhD candidate of History Department, East China Normal University, Shanghai; Committee member of PRC history Study Group on Third Line History Studies (中国三线建设研究会会员) , and Steer Committee of Global Labour History Network (全球劳工史研究网络会员)
李正东 Li, Zhengdong, 鲁尔波鸿大学 PhD candidate of History Department, Ruhr Universität Bochum; Salem State University History of Master
随着中国制造业的快速发展，中国大陆学术界逐渐跟进对中国当代工业史、工人史的研究，并初步形成气候。重新梳理共和国前三十年的工业化进程，不仅有助于加深我们对中国当代经济建设历程的认识，也可以帮助我们加深理解中国近现代的整个历史发展进程。尤其是随着大陆人口老龄化的加剧和人民生活水平的不断提高，中国制造业的现代化发展面临了诸如加强科技创新、环保和争取上游产业等阶段性转型挑战。 因此，如何在现有的条件下提高工业人口的数量和质量，以形成一些学者所提倡的“工程师红利”，将共和国的现代化工业发展真正融入到世界范围内的产业格局升级变动中，便形成了当代工业化转型的另一核心研讨的话题。 此类现实需求对学术界在工业史方面的研究提出了更多需要进一步细化的要求，从更全面、深入和专业化的视角，去梳理、审视、总结当代中国工业化历程中的经验和教训。
With the rapid development of China’s manufacturing industry, academics in Mainland China has gradually improved research on China’s contemporary industrial history and the history of workers in recent years. Reviving the studies on the industrialization process in the first thirty years of the People’s Republic of China becomes an important part for us to understand the course of China’s contemporary economic construction, and also to deepen our understanding of the whole historical trajectory of China’s modernization. Particular at a time when the aging of China’s population and the needs of constantly improving people’s living standards are all approaching, it requires us to undertake the development of China’s manufacturing industry to be more high-tech related, environment-friendly, and evolved into the advanced industrial chain, which will help the Chinese industrial development be in line with the current process of global industrialization upgrading. All of these requirements would help to identify the quantity and quality of the industrial population, so as to reach the so-called “engineer dividend” pattern as widely discussed among scholars. From this point of view, it is important for academia to revisit the study of industrial history, from a more comprehensive, professional and in-depth perspective, combing, examining and summarizing the experience and lessons from the course of contemporary China’s industrialization.
This seminar will base on the introduction of research content and some recent academic findings on the first thirty years of PRC’s industrial history, from which it is expected to reach a general but systematic understanding of the identification and protection of industrial heritage.