Tạp chí Nghiên cứu Lịch sử số 8 - 2018

06/10/2018
Tạp chí Nghiên cứu Lịch sử số 8 - 2018 có bài viết của các tác giả: Nguyễn Mạnh Dũng, Lê Bá Vương-Nguyễn Đình Cơ, Nguyễn Thị Huệ, Đinh Văn Viễn, Vũ Đường Luân, Phạm Thị Vượng, Võ Xuân Vinh, Trần Văn Dũng

MỤC LỤC

 

Nguyễn Mạnh Dũng: Việt Nam đối diện với cuộc viễn chinh của Pháp năm 1858: Hệ luận về khoa học - kỹ thuật và thực tiễn đất nước

 

Lê Bá Vương - Nguyễn Đình Cơ: Bafn thêm về dòng họ Mạc ở Hà Tiên và đối sách của các chúa Nguyễn

 

Nguyễn Thị Huệ: Tình hình sở hữu ruộng đất Tổng phù lưu đầu thế kỷ XIX qua địa bạ Gia Long 4 (1805)

 

Đinh Văn Viễn: Khuyến học ở làng Côi Trì qua tư liệu hương ước

 

Vũ Đường Luân: Chính trị khai mỏ vùng biên: Thủ lĩnh địa phương, phu mỏ người Hoa và nguồn gốc cuộc khởi nghĩa Nông Văn Vân (1833-1835)

 

Phạm Thị Vượng: Quan hệ hợp tác an ninh - quốc phòng Việt Nam và Trung Quốc ở khu vực biên giới Việt - Trung từ năm 1950 đến năm 1979

 

Võ Xuân Vinh: Xiêm trước sự xâm nhập của các nước phương Tây từ đầu thế kỷ XVI đến đầu thế kỷ XIX

 

Trần Văn Dũng: Đô thống Lê Quan Tiến - Vị hổ tướng triều Nguyễn

 

TÓM TẮT

 

Vietnam Opposite the French Expedition in 1858: Scientific and Technical Reasoning and National Reality

 

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Manh Dung

VNU-University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Hanoi

 

The event of attacking Da Nang in 1858 of the French and Spanish expeditionary corps dates back to 160 years ago. It marked officially the military intervention of the French colonialism in Vietnam. There are so far a good number of researches around these event and topic based on dimensional approaches and new materials.

 

Given an approach of science and technique history, the article seeks to reappraise the scientific and technical reasoning and the national reality in two decades before the French invasion in the main contents: i> Examining the process of preparation of knowledge, scientific and technical potentials, especially from the Minh Menh's reign; ii> National situation in terms of seapower and ability to develop and apply advanced achievements into Vietnam; and iii> A deep analysis of the critical point of Vietnam's science and technique in the first half of the nineteenth century.

 

 

The Role of the Nguyen Lords to Land Opening in Chau Doc

 

Le Ba Vuong, MA

Ho Chi Minh City University of Culture

Nguyen ThanhHoa, MA

NinhBinh University of Hoa Lu

 

 

Chau Doc city is belonged toAnGiang province. Chau Doc was used by the Nguyen lords to refer to a large territory of AnGiang, Dong Thap and a part of Hau Giang and Can Tho at present. The Cochinchinese government played an important role in the exploration and the establishment of Chau Doc. The article seeks to clarify the above mentioned contents, by doing so to contribute the evaluation and the recognition of the Nguyen lords in the process of national history.

 

 

Land Ownership Condition of Phu Luu Prefecture in the Early 19th Century through Land Cadastres of the 4th Reign of Gia Long (1805)

 

 

Dr. Nguyen Thi Hue

VNU-Institute of Vietnamese Studies and Development Science

 

       The Phu Luu prefecture, Dong Ngan district includes 7 communes (Dinh Bang, Dai Dinh, Duong Loi, PhuLuu, Binh Ha, Trang Liet and Thu Chuong). The Phu Lu land cadastres partly provides land condition of the region during the early nineteenth century in some following remarks: First, the rate of public works remains numerous, privatization is slow; Second, private ownership is rather fragmented, a few of big owners; Third, in the structure of private ownership by gender, this ratio is significantly higher than that of other communes in the total and it is superior to that in other parts of the Northern delta.

 

 

Study Encouragement in Coi Tri Village through Communal Village Convention

 

Dinh Van Vien, MA

Ninh Binh University of Hoa Lu

 

Coi Tri village (present-day Yen My ward, Yen Mo district, Ninh Binh province) had a tradition of hard work with a considerable number of people who were awarded privilege academic degrees. This article seeks to study on the learning encouragement with materials and the other with the spirit, is "codified" in the convention of Coi Tri village, which encouraged for people to go to school, take up the exams and to honor those who were awarded high degrees in different Confucian examinations in feudal times.

 

 

The Politics of Mining of Border Area: Local Chiefdoms, Chinese Miners and Upland Societies in Nong Van Van Insurrection (1833-1835)

 

Vu Duong Luan

Ph.D Candidate, Department of History

Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China

 

       The purpose of the article is to revisit the Nong Van Van insurrection (1833-1835) in the Vietnamese and Chinese border area viewed from autonomous theory and transnationalism. While a number of the earlier studies seek to consider this historical event as a peasant uprising of ethnic minority groups against the oppression of the feudal Vietnam, this article will introduce an another history hidden behind the insurrection: reconsidering the conflicts of economic and political interests, addressing the problem of identity in the border area where trade and kinship relations seem to blur boundaries of nation-state...

 

 

The Cooperation and Crimes Prevention Between Vietnam and China in the Vietnamese and Chinese Border Area, 1950-1979

 

Pham Thi Vuong, MA

Institute of History, VASS

 

The national security protection and defense in the Vietnam and China border area are a great challenge for both Vietnam and China. Starting from the needs and interests of both countries, Vietnam and China promoted their cooperation in the field of national defense and security, especially the coordination of crimes prevention and fighting in the border area. The two countries signed some documents on border security and defense cooperation. This was also one of the prominent relations during 1950 and 1979. The article seeks to provide insights on the Vietnamese and Chinese border relations from 1950 to 1979.

 

 

Siam in the Context of Western Countries’ Penetration from Early 16th Century to Early 19th Century

 

Dr. Vo Xuan Vinh,

 Institute for Southeast Asian Studies, VASS

 

       From the first half of 16th century to the first half of 20th century, though ‘development levels of Southeast Asian countries were different, colonization process and ruling policy of each colonizing country, and the struggle for independence in each country were also diverse’, the region in this period of time experienced common challenge, that was the penetration of Western countries. Historical process of the region was also highlighted by anti-colonialism, innovation movements and the emergence of independent states. In that context, Siam (was renamed as Thailand since 1939) was the only country in the region which was not ruled by any Western country. What did Siam do in while facing with invasion and colonial expansion plots of major powers from Europe? The article will try to outline some basic contents Siamese basic policy towards Western countries from the early sixteenth century to the early twentieth century, then provide some explanations for the success of Siam.

 

 

Admiral Le Quang Tien -A Great General of the Nguyen Dynasty

                                   

                                    Tran Van Dung, MA

Department of Culture and Sports

Thua Thien Hue province

 

Admiral Le Quang Tien was a famous general of the Nguyen dynasty. He was a military mandarinacted through the reigns of Emperors Minh Mang, Thieu Tri and Tu Duc around nearly 30 years. He experienced important positions under the Nguyen dynasty. In oppose to surrender attitudes of mandarins, under the leading of Le Quang Tien, the struggle movement against French colonialism in Cochinchina was developed. In 1863, he served as a marshal. Unfortunately, in a fierce battle, he was encircled by invaders. In order to show his loyal to country he determined plunged into the sea. Nowadays, the local people constructed a Memorial Temple to commemorate their brave military mandarin who sacrificed his life for the country.

 

Giáo sư Văn Tạo (1926 - 2017) (12/04/2017)

Giáo sư Văn Tạo, tên thật là Nguyễn Xuân Đào, sinh ngày 29 tháng 4 năm 1926, tại La Tỉnh, huyện Tứ Kỳ, tỉnh Hải Dương, công tác ở Ban Văn Sử Địa từ ngày 8 tháng 12 năm 1953 đến năm 1960, ở Viện Sử học từ năm 1960 đến tháng 12 năm 1999 nghỉ hưu. Công tác Đảng từ năm 1953, Đảng ủy viên Đảng ủy Ủy ban Khoa học Nhà nước (nay là Viện Hàn lâm Khoa học xã hội Việt Nam) 1959-1960.