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Third Afrasian International Symposium (Program)

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2013/11/06

Afrasian Research Centre will hold the Third Afrasian International Symposium on November 16 and 17, 2013.

 

Rethinking Integration:

Multicultural Societies of the Asia-Pacific

 

 

Date: November 16 (Sat.) and 17 (Sun.), 2013

Time: 10:00 ~ 17:10 (Registration 9:30)

Venue: Room 1, 5F, Campus Plaza Kyoto

             ( Nishinotoin Shio-koji kudaru, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto 600-8216)

Program: You can download the program of the symposium by clicking here.

 

KEYNOTE SPEECHES:

Day 1

Hideki Tarumoto (Hokkaido University)
“Migration and Integration from a Citizenship Perspective”

Discussants: Hiroyuki Tosa (Kobe University)
               Rieko Karatani (Kansai University)

Day 2

Kaori H. Okano (La Trobe University)
“Social Cohesion in Multicultural Societies:
   The Interface of Schooling and Non-Formal Education”

Discussant: Julian Chapple (Ryukoku University)

 

Day 1

PANEL 1: MIGRATION, FAMILIES AND MULTICULTURALISM


Rhacel Salazar Parreñas (University of Southern California)
“Making Love for a Visa: The Sexual Citizenship
   of Filipino Migrants in Japan”

Maria Reinaruth D. Carlos (Ryukoku University)
“The Family in the Context of Stepwise International
   Migration: The Case of Filipino Nurses”

Rogelia Pe-Pua (The University of New South Wales)
“The Face of ‘Family’ in Social Cohesion Research:
     An Australian Case Study”


Chair: Maria P. Makabenta Ikeda (University of Hyogo)
Discussants: Nobue Suzuki (Chiba University)
                        Akihiro Asakawa (Nagoya University)


PANEL 2: MIGRANTS, EDUCATION POLICIES
            AND MULTICULTURALISM

 

Sumiko Haino (Kanda University of International Studies)
“Sustainable Multicultural Society
   and Brazilian Second Generation in Japan”

Shoichi Matsumura (Ryukoku University)
“Conflicting Ideologies in Japan’s
   English Education: Past, Present, and Future”

William Bradley (Ryukoku University)
“Theory and Practice After Multiculturalism:
   What Do the Gaps in Grounding Principles
  for Co-existence Tell Us?”

 

Chair: Hirofumi Wakita (Ryukoku University)
Discussant: Toshinobu Nagamine (Kumamoto University)

 

Day 2

PANEL 3: MIGRATION, CIVIL SOCIETY AND MULTICULTURALISM


Christina Ho (University of Technology, Sydney)
“Building Multiculturalism through Community Arts:
   An Australian Case Study”

Koichi Yawata (Ryukoku University)
“Hello, Can You Hear Us?: Ethnic Minorities in Japan’s
   Broadcasting System”

Kosuke Shimizu (Ryukoku University)
“Reflection, the Public Realm, and the Modern Machine:
   An Investigation of the Fukushima Disaste

 

Chair: Shiro Sato (Osaka International University)
Discussants: Katsumi Ishizuka (Kyoei University)
                   Satoko Nakane (Ryukoku University)

 

ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION:
RETHINKING MULTICULTURALISM IN ASIA AND THE PACIFIC


Chairs: Pauline Kent (Ryukoku University)
           Hirofumi Wakita (Ryukoku University)
           Aysun Uyar (Doshisha University)