13th, July (Sat.) 16:30 – 18:30

Theme: Music

Time
13th, July (Sat.) 16:30 – 18:30
Room No.
101
Language
Japanese, Chinese

Chair

東 琢磨(音楽・文化批評家)

Panelists

The performing of Music culture: The network of immigrants and youths

Tatsumi Ryo (Kyoto University of Foreign Studies)

“Our Songs ? Affective Existence of Rock and Roll in Taiwan-A Case Study of 1976 and Their Audience”

Wang Chun May (Master student. Athe Institute of Social Research and Cultural Studies at National Chiao Tung University , Taiwan)

From re-imagining history to re-creating “Development” : A reflection on “Endogenous Development” of traditional music of Asia

Sato Takeaki (Toho Gakuen College, Kunitachi College of Music)

Theme: Post 3.11

Time
13th, July (Sat.) 16:30 – 18:30
Room No.
103
Language
Japanese, English

Chair

YOSHIMI Shunya (The University of Tokyo)

Panelists

「復興」と「疎開」のアポリア―福島におけるノモスの在り処をめぐって

藤崎 剛人(東京大学総合文化研究科地域文化研究専攻小地域ドイツ博士課程)

The Heroes of 3.11: Analyzing JSDF Media Representation Post-東日本大震災

Yezi YEO(東京大学大学院 学際情報学府 アジア情報社会コース(ITASIA) 博士課程)

What does Japanese word “Fuuhyouhigai” mean in post 3.11?

Lee Fu Hsing (Graduate School of Informatics Kyoto University)

Reading Vortices of a ‘Flood Channel of Political Passion’—Aspects of Subject-Making in Modern Korean Literature

Time
13th, July (Sat.) 16:30 – 18:30
Room No.
105
Language
Japanese

Panelists

KAGEMOTO Tsuyoshi (Master course, Department of Korean Language and Literature, Yonsei University)
WADA Yoshihiro (Docter course, Department of Korean Language and Literature, Yonsei University)


LIM Hwa, a key person in Modern Korean Literature once declared that a project of modern literature was selected as a ‘flood channel of political passion’ as political activities was frustrated, though LIM Hwa himself have long been disregarded both in South and North Korean literary situation because of the Cold War structure. If literary-historical works can be considered as an art of memory and oblivion to articulate and arrange the Literature out of accumulation of discource, then that means such terminology is a topos which makes a suture of historical forces and effect subject-making. We aim to read aspects of subject-making by observing some literary-historical terms which shows a historical connecting point in the current of historical forces which flows into such a connecting point.

Theme: Media

Time
13th, July (Sat.) 16:30 – 18:30
Room No.
203
Language
English

Chair

ABE Kiyoshi (Kwansei Gakuin University)

Panelists

Disorienting Cosmetic Surgery Tourism

Ruth Holliday (Professor of Gender and Culture, School of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Leeds)
Olive Cheung (Centre for Interdisciplinary Gender StudiesSchool of Sociology and Social Policy University of Leeds)
Jacqueline SANCHEZ TAYLOR (Department of Sociology University of Leicester)

A Broken Sonho Lindo (Beautiful Dream): Japanese-Brazilian Return Migrants’ Voice on YouTube and an Online Message Board

Ryuta Komaki (Institute of Communications Research, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Presenting Everyday life, the Exotic, and Transnational Romance on Social Media: The Affective Networks of Taiwanese Women Living in Japan and Korea

Kelly Hu (Associate Professor, National Taiwan Normal University, The Graduate Institute of Mass Communication)

The memories of the Okinawan and Amamis’ diasporas living in the Namishima town in the Miyazaki city

Time
13th, July (Sat.) 16:30 – 18:30
Room No.
204
Language
Japanese, Chinese

Organizer

WATANABE, Eri (Miyazaki Municipal University  Associate Professor  Ph.D.)

Panelists

LEE yang (Miyazaki Municipal University)
FUKUI Natsuma (Miyazaki Municipal University)


Namishima is the place located in the Miyazaki city. Before WWⅡ, the Okinawan and Amamis’ people immigrated form their hometown and settled in some areas in the Honsyu / Yamato. Okinawan and Amamis’ people lived in the new settlements made new communities and built new towns and created new cultures. Namishima is one of the settlements Okinawan and Amamis’ immigrants settled. Therefore Namishima is filled with the memories of the Okinawan and Amamis’ diasporas.
We have done the fieldworks of Namishima and interviews to the Namishimas’ peoples. In this panel, we will have the workshop about the memories of Namishima based on the records of our fieldworks and interviews. Our workshop will be the trip to Namishima, dialogue about Namishima, re-experience of Namishima with the participants to re-imagine alternative “memories-histories”.
Please participate in our workshop!

Emotional memories and tangled Images of East Asia.

Time
13th, July (Sat.) 16:30 – 18:30
Room No.
302
Language
Japanese, English

Organizer

Minoru Iwasaki (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)

Panelists

Tristan Burnet (University Paris Diderot)
Zou Yi (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Doctor course)
Christopher Ahn (Cornell University, Doctor course)
Eunae Kim (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Doctor course)


Using the concept of emotional memory as a keyword, this panel attempts an alternative practice for addressing diverse cultural expressions within East Asian modernity. The terms for memory and recollection have already been overused to the point of cliché. But, in fact, almost no explicit examination or application has taken place concerning the domain of theoretical and practical inquiry that is brought together by these terms. The goals of this panel are to concretely sketch out the dynamism of recollection and forgetting, by taking as our cue the materials from East Asian postwar history that the presenters grapple with day-by-day in their respective projects; and to make an attempt, through cross-referencing these materials, at determining the current juncture of East Asian memory studies.