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Cynthia Vialle

PhD candidate

Drs. C.R.M.K.L. Vialle
+31 71 527 1646

PhD candidate

  • Faculty of Humanities
  • Institute for History
  • Algemene Geschiedenis
  • Vialle C.R.M.K.L. (2015), Japanese Products Exported to Asia and Europe in the Edo Period. In: Cryns F. (Ed.) Nichiran kankeishi wo yomitoku. Kyoto: Rinsen Shoten. 111-145. book chapter
  • Vialle C.R.M.K.L. (2015), Zingen voor de shogun. VOC-dienaren aan het Japanse hof. In: Wagenaar L. (Ed.) Aan de overkant. Ontmoetingen in dienst van de VOC en WIC (1600–1800). Leiden: Sidestone Press. 35-54. book chapter
  • Vialle C.R.M.K.L. (2010), "Fit for Kings and Princes": A Gift of Japanese Lacquer. In: Nagazumi Y. (Ed.) Large and Broad. The Dutch Impact on Early Modern Asia. Essays in Honor of Leonard Blusse. Tokyo: The Toyo Bunko. 188-222. book chapter
  • Vialle C.R.M.K.L. (2009), Daily Life of the Dutch in Canton and Nagasaki: A comparison of the Dutch dagregisters. In: Vialle C., Groenendijk E., Blussé L. (Eds.) Canton and Nagasaki Compared 1730-1830: Dutch, Chinese, Japanese relations. Transactions. Intercontinenta Leiden: Leiden University. 225-234. conference paper
  • Vialle C.R.M.K.L. & Sakuraba M. (2009), Japanese Porcelain in the Trade Records of the Dutch East India Company. Fukuoka: The Kakiemon-style Ceramic Art Research Center, Kyushu Sangyo University. book
  • Vialle C.R.M.K.L. (2009), Mackia Kiseijmon of Sirosaimon: wie was de 'maker' van de lakkoker van Hendrik van Buijtenhem? Aziatische kunst, themanummer over moderne kunst. Amsterdam. 30-39. conference paper
  • Vialle C.R.M.K.L. & Van Dyke P.A. (2009), The Canton-Macao Dagregisters 1764. Macau: Instituto Cultural do Governo da R.A.E. de Macau. book
  • Vialle C.R.M.K.L. (2010), From Nanban shikki to Komo shikki: Japanese export lacquer, trade and taste. In: Couto D, Lachaud F (Eds.) Empires éloignés. L'Europe et le Japon (XVIe-XIXe siècle). Paris: École Française d'Extrême-Orient. 229-242. conference paper
  • Viallé C.R.M.K.L. (2007), Company Trade and Private Trade in Japanese Porcelain in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century. In: Journal of the Kakiemon-style Ceramic Art Research Center. Hakata: Kyushu Sangyo University. 141-152. conference paper

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