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第一回アフラシア国際シンポジウムを開催します(2月27日)。

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2016/01/27

第一回アフラシア国際シンポジウム

The First Afrasian International Symposium

 

BEYOND 'WEST' AND 'REST'?

A Critical Inquiry Into the Dichotomized Ontology of

International Relations

 

【日時】2016年2月27日(土) 10:00~17:40(開場 9:30)

【会場】龍谷大学 深草キャンパス 和顔館 3階202

※ 参加無料             

※ 使用言語 English                

※ 事前申込不要

Keynote Speakers (10:00~11:50)

 

Dr. L.H.M. Ling (The New School)

Dr. Pinar Bilgin (Bilkent University)

 

Panelists (13:00~17:30)

 

Dr. Takashi Inoguchi (University of Niigata Prefecture)

Dr. Yong-Soo Eun (Hanyang University)

Giorgio Shani (International Christian University)

Ching-Chang Chen (Ryukoku University)

Young Chul Cho (Chonbuk National University)

Kelvin Cheung (Hong Kong Institute of Education)

Emilian Kavalski (Australian Catholic University)

 

【主催】 

  • 龍谷大学アフラシア多文化社会研究センター
  • 龍谷大学 国際社会文化研究所
  • 日本学術振興会 科学研究費助成事業

※ 本シンポジウムはJSPS科研費基盤研究(A)15H01855 の助成を受けています。

 

※当日はご自由に参加いただます。研究者の皆様、大学院生・大学生の皆様のご参加をお待ち申し上げます。

 

Outline of the Symposium

 

Asia’s rise in the late 20th and early 21st century has been rapid, as China, India and other Asian nations’ regional and global influence has dramatically increased. Established IR theory, however, is based on traditions from the West and has often been treated as a general explanatory framework that has spatial applicability across regions. Among the many implications of the rise of Asia, however, is the need to understand and explain an emergent international system that does not necessarily follow the pattern established by this existing IR framework. There has been much debate about the merits of attempting to theorize a non-Western-centric IR and what such a framework would look like.

There have been some attempts made by non-Western scholars, notably by such national schools as Chinese, Korean, and Indian. However, they have been criticized by critical scholars for their unquestioned acceptance of traditional IR premises including geopolitical divisions, nation-states as the central subjectivity, and total neglect of unconventional actors. This symposium aims to illuminate and develop this debate, and strives to open up new spaces for the studies of IR theories, which transcend the West/the Rest dichotomy.

In this symposium, we will specifically concentrate on post-Western theories. These have been expanding in the past few years, involving interventions from the disciplines that were previously regarded as remote to IR and introducing such philosophical concepts into IR as temporality, spatiality, imagination, and the present in relation to epistemology and ontology in world affairs. This symposium, which will be held at Afrasian Research Centre of Ryukoku University Kyoto in February 2016, does not only critically investigate the prevailing discourses of IR, realism, liberalism and constructivism in particular, for their gender specific Western-centrism. The symposium also seeks to assess the non-Western IR discourses in relation to their subjectivity, assumed political framework, and unquestioned premises of value-neutrality of language. Most importantly, the symposium is concerned with the current state of post-Western IR theories as well as their potential as feasible alternative approaches to contemporary IR.

This symposium also celebrates the inauguration of a newly launched Routledge book series, titled ‘IR Theory and Practice in Asia’ (https://www.routledge.com/series/IRTPA). An edited volume is envisaged as an outcome of the symposium.

 

【本シンポジウムのチラシ(PDFファイル)】

国際シンポジウムチラシ(表)(ファイル形式pdf サイズ1,828kb)

国際シンポジウムチラシ(裏)(ファイル形式pdf サイズ562kb)

 

【プログラム詳細】
 10:0010:05 開会の挨拶 
   若原雄昭(龍谷大学副学長)
 
 10:0510:10 趣旨説明
   清水耕介(龍谷大学国際学部教授、アフラシア多文化社会研究センター長)
 
 10:1011:50 基調講演
   L.H.M. Ling氏
   「KōanizingIR: Flipping the Logic of Epistemic Violence」
   Pinar Bilgin氏
   「Thinking Critically about Security: Beyond 'West' and 'Rest'」
 
 11:5013:00 昼食
 
 13:0015:00 パネルディスカッションQuestioning the 'Westphalian'
   Yong-Soo Eun氏
   「What is Lost in the Ongoing Debate Over "non-Western"IR Theory 
    Building?」
   Giorgio Shani氏
   「Civilizaing Process or Civilizing Mission? Toward a Post-Western 
    Understanding of Human Security」
   Ching-Chang Chen氏
   「E.H.Carr and the Quest for Post-Westphalian International Relations」
   猪口孝氏
   「Toward Modelling a Global Social Contract: Jean-Jacques Rousseau and 
    John Locke」
 
 15:0015:30 休憩
 
 15:3017:30 パネルディスカッションQuestioning the contemporary 'threat'
   Kelvin Cheung氏 
   「Conception of Threat in Chinese Strategic Culture: The Medical 
    Analogy」
   Emilian Kavalski氏
   「From International Relations to International Relationality…Or What
    Can We Guanxi about Global Life?」
   Young Chul Cho氏
   「IR Rationalism and Self/Other Engagement: A Case of Rising China」
 
 17:3017:40 閉会の挨拶
   Ching-Chang Chen氏(龍谷大学国際学部准教授)

 

    ※パネルディスカッションの発表順は、当日の都合により入れ替わることがございます。

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