Redesigning Asia Pacific Future Studies at Kyushu University

Redesigning Asia Pacific Future Studies at Kyushu University

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Principle Organizer : Center for Asia-Pacific Future Studies (CAFS) In cooperation with: Kyushu Economic Research Association, Slavic-Eurasian Research Center, Hokkaido University, Faculty of Humanities, Faculty of Social and Cultural Studies, Faculty of Human-Environment Studies, Faculty of Law and Faculty of Economics, Kyushu University Supervised by: Takatoshi Matsubara (CAFS, Kyushu University) Transnational Perspectives on the Asia, the Pacific and Beyond: Gender, Conflicts, and Social Transformations Date : February 21, 2016 9:30-17:00 Place : ACROS Fukuoka Language : English and Japanese, with simultaneous translation 9:30- 9:35 Opening Ceremony Opening Remark : Reiko Aoki (Executive Vice President, Kyushu University) 9:35-10:30 Keynote Speeches Speaker : Karen Eggleston (Stanford University) Title: Economic Challenges from the “New” Demographic Transition Speaker : Akihiko Takagi (Faculty of Humanities, Kyushu University) Title: Border Studies: Old and New Theme in Political Geography 10:30-12:00 Session 1 :Re-bordering Northeast Asia: Security, Energy and Communications Coordinator: Chisako T. Masuo (Faculty of Social and Cultural Studies, Kyushu University) Moderator: Akihiro Iwashita (CAFS, Kyushu University) Chisako T. Masuo Paper: Changing Dynamism in East Asian International Relations : Can Communication Save us from crisis? Christopher Len (National University of Singapore) Paper: China’s Regional Peripheral Diplomacy Alexander Bukh (Victoria University of Wellington) Paper: Territorial Disputes in Northeast Asia: Identity and Ontological Security Commentators: David Wolff (Hokkaido University) Yoo mi Kim (Seoul National University) 13:30-15:10 Session 2 :Migration and Gender in East Asia Coordinator: Reiko Ogawa (Faculty of Social and Cultural Studies, Kyushu University) Moderator: Reiko Ogawa Yeun hee Kim (Daegu University) Paper: North Korean Migrants in Perpetual Motion Akwi Seo (Fukuoka Women’s University) Paper: Migrant Women and Transnational Feminism in East Asia Lih-Rong Wang (National Taiwan University) Paper: Migrant Care Workers’ Wellbeing from Social Inclusion Perspectives Commentator: Naomi Chi (Hokkaido University) 15:30-17:00 Session 3 :Space, Territoriality and International Relations Coordinator: Akihiko Takagi Moderator: Takafumi Yamasaki (Osaka City University) Byung yeon Kim (Seoul National University) Paper: Do Institutions Affect Social Preferences?: Evidence from Divided Korea Reece Jones (University of Hawaii) Paper: The Violence of Borders Colin Flint (Utah State University) Paper: Something New, Something Old: The Emerging Territoriality of China’s One Belt One Road Project 17:00- Closing Speeches Closing Remarks: Myung koo Kang (Seoul National University) Naoki Kumano (Faculty of Law, Kyushu University) Closing Address: Akihiro Iwashita