Overview SEASIA 2019


 

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    Sub-Theme I. Historical Continuities and Changes

Panel 1.1 Colonialism, Postcolonialism, and Development in Southeast Asia

Panel 1.2 Education Policies and Practices in Historical Perspective

Panel 1.3 Historical Origins, Dynamics and Narratives of Development Pathways

Panel 1.4 Social Inclusion, Exclusion and Overseas Chinese in Southeast Asia

Panel 1.5 Urban Politics, Development and Dynamics in the Phillipines

Panel 1.6 Urban Identities, Dynamics and Social Movements

Panel 1.7 The Political, Economic, and Sociological History of the Phillipines

Panel 1.8 History, Memory and Conflict in Southeast Asia

Panel 1.9 Cold War and its Legacy of Mass Violence in Southeast Asia

Panel 1.10 Transitional Justice in Souhteast Asia

 

    Sub-Theme II. Dynamics of International Relations and Regionalism

Panel 2.1 The Rise of China and ASEAN's Response (I): China's Economic and Social Statecrafts in Southeast Asia

Panel 2.2 The Rise of China and ASEAN's Response (II): China's Diplomatic and Military Statecrafts in Southeast Asia

Panel 2.3 Reinventing ASEAN: Institutions and Policies

Panel 2.4 Non-traditional Security in Southeast Asia

Panel 2.5 Multi-faceted Diplomacy between Taiwan and Southeast Asia

Panel 2.6 Varieties of Diplomacy in Southeast Asia

Panel 2.7 The Belt and Road Initiative and Southeast Asia: Beyond the 'China Threat'

Panel 2.8 Regionalism in policy implementation - a dialogue between Europe and Asia

Panel 2.9 The Future of Indonesian Roles to Southeast Asia Region in the Post Presidential Election 2019

Panel 2.10 Conflicts in Southeast Asia: Challenges and Trajectories

Panel 2.11 The Role of Cities in the International Relations of Southeast Asia

Panel 2.12 Traditional and Non-Traditional Security in Asia-Pacific

 

    Sub-Theme III. Debating Inclusive Growth in Rural and Urban Settings

Panel 3.1 Inclusion and Inequality in Southeast Asia

Panel 3.2 Land Use, Collaborative Planning and Rural Development in Southeast Asia

Panel 3.3 Economic Growth and Local Governance

Panel 3.4 Social Change and Well-being in Southeast Asia

Panel 3.5 Inequality and Exclusion in Southeast Asia

Panel 3.6 Anxious and precarious: The state of Philippine private and public sector workers under the Duterte Administration

 

    Sub-Theme IV. Environmental Justice, Land and Maritimes Sustainability and Climate Change

Panel 4.1 Climate Change and Environmental Regimes in ASEAN and Asia-Pacific

Panel 4.2 Disaster and Environmental Governance in ASEAN: Regional and Local Nexus

Panel 4.3 Climate Change and Environmental Justice

Panel 4.4 Local Communities and Environmental Justice

Panel 4.5 Water Development, Pollution and Renewable Energy

Panel 4.6 Environmental Transformations and Challenges in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region (GMS): Inclusive or Exclusive Development?

Panel 4.7 ASEAN Cities, Environment and Sustainable Development

 

    Sub-Theme V. Arts, Cultures, Photography and Literatures

Panel 5.1 Music in Southeast Asia: Expressing Culture (I)

Panel 5.2 Music in Southeast Asia: Expressing Culture (II)

Panel 5.3 Performing Arts in Southeast Asia (I)

Panel 5.4 Performing Arts in Southeast Asia (II)

Panel 5.5 Histories, Literatures and Heritage in the Philippines

Panel 5.6 Children, Youth and Immigrant Literatures

Panel 5.7 Novels and Contemporary Literature in Southeast Asia

Panel 5.8 Cinema in Southeast Asia

Panel 5.9 Historical Outlook of Southeast Asia

Panel 5.10 SPACES AS/OF SUBVERSION: Aesthetics and Cultures as/of Resistance Against Two Philippine Strongmen

Panel 5.11 Art 4 Jogja: Reflection on a Group Exhibition in Yogyakarta June 2019

Panel 5.12 Which way forward? A look at pedagogic trajectories toward the teaching and learning of Southeast Asian languages in Taiwan

Panel 5.13 Crossing Borders of Space and Time: The New Chapter of Southeast Asian Culture, Arts, and Performing Arts

 

    Sub-Theme VI. Innovation, Technology, Media and Cybercultures

Panel 6.1 New Media and Political Communications

Panel 6.2 The Development of Social Media

Panel 6.3 Emerging Technologies in New Security

Panel 6.4 Rethinking about new media and old media in Thailand

 

    Sub-Theme VII. Mobility and Migration

Panel 7.1 Transnational Migrations and Floating Identities

Panel 7.2 Cross-Culture Communications and Adaption

Panel 7.3 Labor Migration and Politics in ASEAN, Asia and Beyond

Panel 7.4 Population Displacement in Southeast Asia: Rights, Livelihoods and Socio-economic Mobilities

Panel 7.5 Politics of Mobility and Migration Process in Southeast Asia

Panel 7.6 Reintegration of Indonesian Migrant Workers After Returning Home

 

    Sub-Theme VIII. Democratization, Populism and Civil Society

Panel 8.1 Leadership Matters: Philippines under Rodrigo Duterte

Panel 8.2 Debating Law, Politics and Populism in Indonesia

Panel 8.3 The Fragility of Democracy and Democratic Recession in Southeast Asia

Panel 8.4 Social Movements and Political Participation in Southeast Asia

Panel 8.5 Human Rights in Southeast Asia

Panel 8.6 Local Politics Matters: Networks and Alliances

Panel 8.7 Comparing Institutional Changes in Southeast Asian Politics

Panel 8.8 The 2019 Indonesia Elections

Panel 8.9 Electoral Manipulation and Political Participation in Malaysia

Panel 8.10 Contentious Politics and Social Movements in Contemporary Southeast Asia: Updates from Indonesia and Beyond

Panel 8.11 Looking into States and Civil Societies in Southeast Asia through the Lens of Sexual Minorities

Panel 8.12 The Rise of Populism in Indonesia: The Intertwined between Islam and Local of Political actors in the Post of Authoritarian Regime

 

    Sub-Theme IX. Dynamics of Religions and Spiritualties

Panel 9.1 Religion and the State

Panel 9.2 Religion, Spiritualties and Gender

Panel 9.3 Religion, the Environment and Human Security

Panel 9.4 Religious Diversity

Panel 9.5 Religion and Citizenship in Asia: Christian Minority Responses to the State

Panel 9.6 Halal Pluriverse: Recreating spaces and technologies for new Muslim lifeworlds

Panel 9.7 Rethinking Anthropology of Religion in Southeast Asia I: Theoretical Renewal

Panel 9.8 Rethinking Anthropology of Religion in Southeast Asia II: Alternative views from margins

 

    Sub-Theme X. Ethnicity and Gender

Panel 10.1 Gender Socialization and Politics

Panel 10.2 Gender, Sexuality and Ethnicity in Southeast Asia

Panel 10.3 Blurring Boundaries of Ethnicities

Panel 10.4 Ethnic Chinese in Southeast Asia

Panel 10.5 Contesting and Contrasting Representations of Masculinities in Philippine Setting: Patriotic, Constructed, Transgressive, and Hegemonic

Panel 10.6 Problematizing Chinese Identity: The Ethnic Chinese in Post-Suharto Indonesia

Panel 10.7 Formation and Transformation of Hakka Ethnic identity in Southeast Asia

Panel 10.8 Language, identity and mobilization of ethnic Chinese in Vietnam

Panel 10.9 Women's Narratives from the Margins in Southeast Asia

 

    Sub-Theme XI. Challenged to Economic Validity

Panel 11.1 Empowering Entrepreneurship

Panel 11.2 Regulation and Challenges of Regional Markets

Panel 11.3 Social Organizations and Business Models

Panel 11.4 Pressures on Economies and Vulnerable Populations

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