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GITI, NCUE

ST ANTONY’S COLLEGE

Asian Studies Centre

Taiwan Studies Programme Annual Conference

 

IN SEARCH OF NEW PERSPECTIVES, METHODS AND FINER FACTORS OF IDENTITY FORMATION—FROM EAST ASIA TO THE WORLD

 

4 - 5 September 2015 

St Antony’s College, University of Oxford, UK

Pavilion Seminar Room

Gateway Building, St Antony’s College

 

Registration website: http://goo.gl/forms/jk4rahZjyj

 

Call for Paper / Facebook Page

 

Day 1 (4th September; Friday)

13:00–13:30

Registration

13:30–14:00

Welcome Address

14:00–15:45

PANEL 1: IN SEARCH OF NEW PERSPECTIVES ON IDENTITY THEORIES

Chair: Stéphane Corcuff

Discussant: Atsuko Ichijo

  1. Siniša Malešević
    Do National Identities Exist?
  2. Feng-yi Chu
    Subject of Nobleness: Identity as Value-oriented Discourse.
  3. Fang-long Shih
    From Nationalist Identity to Ontological Being: Alternative Self Emerged from Taiwan's Sunflower Movement.

15:45–16:00

Break

 

16:00–17:30

PANEL 2: IDENTITY, MODERNITY AND POLITICS

Chair: Fang-long Shih

Discussant: Siniša Malešević

  1. Atsuko Ichijo
    Multiple Modernities and Discourses under Japanese Imperial Rule.
  2. Ya-Hsun Chan
    A study of relations between Japanese Anarchist-Bolshevik debate and Taiwan’s social movements in the 1920s.
  3. Horng-luen Wang
    (Re)Discovering War in Modernity: Reflections on Nationalism in East Asia.

 

18:00

Dinner

Day 2 (5th September; Saturday)

09:30–11:00

PANEL 3: IDENTITY–FROM STATE TO SOCIOCULTURAL STRUCTURE

Chair: Siniša Malešević

Discussant: Ann Heylen

  1. Shiau-chi Shen
    The Dynamics of National Identity Change in Taiwan, 1991-2013.
  2. Daiva Repeckaite
    Ethnically privileged migration and culturally disadvantaged identity in Japan and Israel.
  3. Abhishweta Jha (co-author: Seema Sharma)
    Re- examining caste identity from the perspective of children in rural India.

 

10 minutes Break

11:10–12:40

PANEL 4: IDENTITY, BELIEF AND RELIGION

Chair: Horng-luen Wang

Discussant: Rachel Leow

  1. Stéphane Corcuff
    Wang Shi, a portrait.
  2. Ek-hong Sia
    Presbyterian Church, Aboriginal Identity, and the Emergence of Ecological Nationalism.
  3. Ting Guo
    The Cosmopolitan Quest for Composure: An Episcopalian Family in Shanghai, 1890s to 1980s.

 

12:40–13:40

Lunch

13:40–15:10

PANEL 5: IDENTITY–FROM SOCIAL STRUCTURE TO INDIVIDUAL REFLECTION

Chair: Abhishweta Jha

Discussant: Stéphane Corcuff

  1. Rachel Leow
    Weeping Qingdao tears abroad: Place, scale and distance in overseas Chinese print networks.
  2. Chih-suei Shaw
    In search of Identity in the world of 'nonsense': musical identity of Chinese composer Chen yi and Korean composer Unsuk Chin.
  3. Agnes Hsiao
    Breaking the Conspiracy of Silence—An Ethnographic Analysis on the Survivors.

 

10 minutes Break

15:20–16:30

ROUND TABLE

18:00

Dinner

 

 

Conference Speakers:

 

Prof Ann Heylen, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan

Prof Atsuko Ichijo, Kingston University, UK

Prof Fang-long Shih, LSE, UK

Prof Horng-luen Wang, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Prof Siniša Malešević, University College Dublin, Ireland
Prof Stéphane Corcuff, Lyons Institute of East Asian Studies, France
Dr Abhishweta Jha, CECED, Ambedkar University, Delhi, India

Dr Rachel Leow, Research Fellow, University of Cambridge, UK

Dr Shiau-chi Shen, Post-Doctoral Fellow, National Tsing-hua University, Taiwan

Dr Ting Guo, University of Edinburgh, UK

Agnes Hsiao, PhD candidate at University of Cambridge, UK

Chih-suei Shaw, PhD candidate at University of Oxford, UK

Daiva Repeckaite, PhD candidate at University Amsterdam, Netherland

Ek-hong Sia, PhD candidate at University of Tuebingen, Germany

Feng-yi Chu, PhD candidate at University of Oxford, UK

Ya Hsun Chan, PhD candidate at Waseda University, Japan

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