The Future of East Asia and Public Anthropology (2014, South Korea)

2014 Annual Meeting of the EAAA

Yeungnam University, South Korea

2014-11-16 11.58.27


Nov. 13, Thursday

Check-In and Registration will be open all day at Daegu and Gyeongbuk Small Business Training Institute (SBTI) for the participants who are staying at SBTI.

19:00       Dinner [SBTI Cafeteria]

Nov. 14, Friday

All the meetings will take place in Yeungnam University Law School on second and third floors.

09:00 – 09:30 Registration (Main Lecture Hall, Third Floor)

09:30 – 10:00 Opening Remarks (Main Lecture Hall, Third Floor)

Introductory Remark

MOON Ok-pyo (President, Korean Society for Cultural Anthropology)

Welcome Remark

PARK Song-yong (Director, Yeungnam University Museum)

Congratulatory Remark

KIM Jin-Sam (Vice-President, Yeungnam University)

10:00 – 10:30 Coffee and Tea Break (Hall of Seminar Rooms, Second Floor)

10:30 – 12:00 Session 1

Panel 1-1: Knowledge Revealed and Concealed: Anthropologies of Things Unseen Part I (Seminar Room I, Second Floor)

Chair: KIM Kwang-ok (Seoul National University, South Korea)

Discussant: Chris K. K. Tan (Shandong University, China)

  1. Learning to Value the Taste: Practices of Marginalized Tea Producers in southern Fujian, China

SHU Ping (Shandong University, China)

  1. Reinventing Siberian & Manchu Shamanism: Transnational Migration of Symbols across the North Asian (Imperial) Frontiers

Konstantinos Zorbas (Shandong University, China)

  1. Confucian Culture and Spirituality in Enterprise Management

TAO Ye (Shandong University, China)

Panel 1-2: Transcending Difference: Transnational Flows of Women, Culture, and Subculture in East Asia (Seminar Room II, Second Floor)

Chair: John Skutlin (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

Discussant: KUAN Chen-I (National Yang-Ming University, Taiwan)

  1. Single Women in Transition: Relocation and Lifestyle Choices in Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Tokyo

Lynne Yukie Nakano (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

  1. Studying in China and Working in Japan: Chinese Female Migrants in Tokyo and Osaka

SUN Qing (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

  1. Turning Goth in Japan: Subcultural Identity, Ritual, and Self-Expression

John Michael Skutlin (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

Panel 1-3: Can Anthropology Promote Mutual Understanding for Transnational Cooperation? Re-viewing the Overseas Views of Japan (Media Seminar Room, Second Floor)

Chair: NUMAZAKI, Ichiro (Tohoku University, Japan)

Discussant: Gordon Mathews (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

  1. Mutual Relations among Japan Anthropologists in JAWS and AJJ

NAKAMAKI Hirochika (Suita City Museum, Japan)

  1. Re-Viewing the Taiwanese Views of Japan Written in Japanese for the Japanese Audience

NUMAZAKI, Ichiro (Tohoku University, Japan)

  1. The Pleasure of “Enemy” Culture amid International Crises: Culture as Consumable Cross-border Goods in the Age of Globalization

KUWAYAMA Takami (Hokkaido University, Japan)

12:00 – 12:45 Lunch [Inmungye Restaurant]

12:45 – 14:15 Cultural Program: Seokchaerye Ritual [Hwasan Seodang]

Organized by Society for Preservation of Hwasan Seowon

14:15 – 16:15 Session 2

Panel 2-1: Knowledge Revealed and Concealed: Anthropologies of Things Unseen Part II (Seminar Room I, Second Floor)

Chair: Kim Kwang-ok (Seoul National University, South Korea)

Discussant: Chang Jung-A (Incheon National University, South Korea)

  1. Gaydar: Using Skilled Vision to Spot Gay “Bears” in Taipei

Chris K. K. Tan (Shandong University, China)

  1. Notes on the ‘China Dream’ in a World of Precariousness

Elisabeth L. Engebretsen (Shandong University, China)

  1. Goat Business and Good Business: Social Memory, Sacredness and Food-safety among Muslim-Hui in Southwest Shandong, China

SU Min (Shandong University, China)

Panel 2-2: Carving Cosmopolitical Spaces in Japan: Epistemological Reflections,

Anthropological Connections (Seminar II, Second Floor)

Chair: Laura Dales

Discussants: NUMAZAKI Ichiro

  1. Dwelling in the structure: Brazilian schools in Japan and the shaping of second generation Nikkei children

Alvaro Kanashiro (University of Tsukuba, Japan)

  1. Internationalization with Japanese Characteristics: Area Studies as an Ideological State Apparatus

Rafael Munia (Waseda University, Japan)

  1. Taking the Anthropological Camera to the New Spaces of Ecopolitics

Gülin Kayhan (Waseda University, Japan)

  1. We Have Always Been Cosmopolitan: Towards an anthropology of contemporary complexities

Paul Hansen (University of Tsukuba, Japan)

Panel 2-3: China’s Ethnic Minorities in the Globalization Era (Media Seminar Room, Second Floor)

Chair: NISHIMOTO Yoichi

Discussants: Chair: YU Shuenn-Der (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)

  1. Being Christian Minority in China: Case of the Protestant Lahu in Yunnan

NISHIMOTO Yoichi (Kanazawa University, Japan)

  1. Ethnic Cultures and Regionalism based on Territorial Administrative Divisions of P. R. China in the Reform and Door-opening Policies Era

KANESHIGE Tsutomu (Shiga University of Medical Science, Japan)

  1. A Study on Transition of Terraced red rice in Yuanyang Country, Yunnan Province,

JIE Sun (Bukkyo University, Japan)

  1. Moving Soul, Moving Person: Marriage Migration and Belonging among Lahu in Southwest China

HORIE Mio (Kyoto University, Japan)

16:15 – 16:30 Coffee and Tea Break [Hall of Seminar Rooms, Second Floor)

16:30 – 18:30 Session 3

Panel 3-1: Health in East Asia (Seminar Room I, Second Floor)

Chair: KIM Eunsil (Ewha Womans University, South Korea)

  1. Is Medicalization of Childbirth a Manifestation of Compressed Modernity? : Korean Case

MATSUOKA Etsuko (Nara Women’s University, Japan)

  1. Health Policies about Cancer and Bio-politics, Nationalism

SAWANO Michiko (National Museum of Ethnology, Japan)

  1. A Case Study of Family Caregivers for Death under the Comprehensive Local Care System and the Possibility of Reviving the Culture of Premortal Care in Japan

HAYASHI Mieko (Japan Healthcare College, Japan)

  1. Can Japanese Sleep Next to Hongkongers? A Study on Sleeping Arrangements and Psychosocial Development in Two Co-sleeping Cultures

Jermaine R. Gordon-Mizusawa (The Chinese University of Hong Kong,Hong Kong)

Panel 3-2: Education and Family in East Asia (Seminar Room II, Second Floor)

Chair: SONG Doyoung (Hanyang University)

Discussants: SHU Ping (Shandong University, China)

  1. Higher Education Policy, Mobilities and the Quest for Halal Food in Korea

Bradley Tatar (Ulsan National Institute of Technology, South Korea)

  1. Overcast of Shadow: Private Tutoring for Public Exams

CHEE Wai-chi (The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong);

  1. Transnational Perspectives in Baby Sign Language Teacher Education in Taiwan

YANG Chingguei (National Taipei University of Education, Taiwan)

Panel 3-3: Communities in Changes (Media Seminar Room, Second Floor)

Chair: YOO Chul-In (Jeju National University, South Korea)

  1. Globalization, Flows of Tourists and Socio-Culture Change: A Case Study of the Mosuo People at Lugu Lake Area in Southwest China

CHEN Gang (Yunnan University of Finance and Economy, China)

  1. Beyond the boundary of public and private: a case study of religious community in urban area in northern Vietnam

ITO Mariko (Kyoto University of Foreign Studies, Japan)

  1. Living in-between Home and City: The Cultural Regulations/Orders and the Distinction of Multi-layered Dynamic Self-Attribution between the Urban Migrant Indigenous Amis in Taiwan

OKADA Kuriko (Sophia University, Japan)

19:00 – 20:30 Welcome Banquet [Inmungye Restaurant]

20:30 – 21:30 Fellowship with Korean Anthropologists [Inmungye Restaurant]

November 15, Saturday

09:30 – 11:30 Session 4

Panel 4-1: Foreigners in Guangzhou: The Emerging Multicultural Landscape of South China (Seminar Room I, Second Floor)

Chair: LIN Dan (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)

Discussants: KIM Hyun Mee (Yonsei University, South Korea)

  1. Staging “the Chinese Way”: The Role of Guangzhou in Sino-African Relations

LIN Dan (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

  1. Japanese Migrants in Guangzhou: From Seeing China as a Factory towards Seeing It as a Market

AOYAMA Reijiro (Community College of City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

  1. Turkish Community in Guangzhou: Turkish Business

Ayşe Uyanık (Sun Yat-sen University, China)

  1. Foreigners in Guangzhou and Their “Chinese Dreams”

Gordon Mathews (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

Panel 4-2: Transnational/trans-regional Religious Performance and Anthropological  (Seminar Room II, Second Floor)

Chair: CHANG Hsun (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)

Discussants: KIM Hyung-jun (Kangwon National University, South Korea)

  1. Taiwanese Pilgrimages to China: An Example of Cross-border Anthropology

CHANG Hsun (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)

  1. The Interflowing and Mutual Transformation between Religious Symbolic Capital and Status Symbolic Capital under the Global Fluidity: A Story of a Tainan Rural Village

TING Jen-Chieh (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)

  1. The Breaking Down of Sacred Ties: The Buddhicization of the Great Way of Former Heaven (Xiantiandao) in Contemporary Singapore

CHI Chang-hui (National Quemoy University, Taiwan)

  1. Putting Heritage into Performance: On the Trans-Regional Connections and The Development of a Local Mazu Cult in Taiwan

LU Mei-huan (National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan)

Panel 4-3: Disasters, Safety, and Technology (Media Seminar Room, Second Floor)

Chair: HONG Seok-Joon (Mokpo National University, South Korea)

Discussant: Christian Park (Hanyang University, South Korea)

  1. The Role of Anthropology in the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster Zone

Tom Gill (Meiji Gakuin University, Japan)

  1. Social Capital Functioning in the Time of Disaster in Okinawa

TAMAKI Takeshi (Nara Prefecture University, Japan)

  1. ‘Safety First’: A ‘Core value’ in Japanese Culture – and Perhaps Also in Other Cultures of East Asia

David C. Lewis (Yunnan University, China)

  1. Tweeting the Hell Train: Using Twitter Data in an Ethnography of Urban Spaces in Seoul

Samuel Collins (Towson University, USA)

11:30 – 13:00 Lunch [Inmungye Restaurant]

(12:15 Optional Cultural Program: Traditional Korean Wedding Ceremony at Folklore Park organized by Association for Preservation of Korean Traditional Ceremonies)

13:00 – 14:30 Session 5

Panel 5-1: Everyday Strategy of Negotiating and Co-existence: Food, Self and Culture (Seminar Room I, Second Floor)

Chair: WANG-KANDA Liulan (Kyoto University, Japan)

Discussant: Paul Hansen (University of Tsukuba, Japan)

  1. Halal Food, Identity and Negotiation among Chinese Muslim in Northern Thailand

WANG-KANDA Liulan (Kyoto University, Japan)

  1. Creativity and Flexibility of Cuisine: Comparative Study of the Impact of Japanese and Taiwanese inbound Policies for Muslim Tourists on Everyday life

SAI Yukari (Waseda University, Japan)

  1. Life Strategies of Vietnamese “Refugees” in Japan: Their Position between Vietnam and Japan during the Late 2000s

SETO-SEO Erina (Kyoto University, Japan)

Panel 5-2: Fashion and Food in East Asia (Seminar Room II, Second Floor)

Chair: CHUNG Jin-Woong (Duksung Women’s University, South Korea)

Discussants: HO Sana (Soochow University, Taiwan)

  1. Approach to Hair Culture Exchange in East Asia

WATANABE Maria (Zhuhai College of Jilin University, China)

  1. Contemporary Fashion of Ethnic Dress: A Case Study of Hmong in Yunnan, China

CHIE Miyawaki (National Museum of Ethnology, Japan)

  1. Globalization, Identity and Consumption in East Asia: the Public Interest Implications of Corporate Social Responsibility in South Korea’s Coffee Industry

Richard Shannon (Pusan National University, South Korea), Aaron R. Stephens (Dongguk University) and Htut Oo Thunt (Dongguk University)

Panel 5-3: Health in the Shadow of the State and Society: Body Politics in Taiwan and China (Media Seminar Room, Second Floor)

Chair: HUANG Shu-min (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)

Discussants: LEE Hyeon Jung (Seoul National University, South Korea)

  1. Reproduction in Motion: Birthing Politics of Southeast Asian Women in Taiwan

KUAN Chen-I (National Yang-Ming University, Taiwan)

  1. The Promotion of Organ Donation in Taiwan: Effective Donor Registration on the National Health Insurance Card

CHANG Yen-ting (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)

  1. The Gender of Socialist Medicine: Leprosy Doctors in China

LIU Shao-hua (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)

14:30 – 14:45 Coffee and Tea Break [Hall of Seminar Rooms, Second Floor]

14:45 – 16:45 Session 6

Panel 6-1: East Asian Anthropologies (Seminar Room I, Second Floor)

Chair: CHEN Gang (Yunnan University of Finance and Economy, China)

  1. The Formation of “Concerned/Non-concerned” Relationship―The Life Stories of Japanese Wives of ZAINICHI Korean Families in Japan

KANG Yanggu (Kyoto University, Japan)

  1. From Acquiescence to Resistance: An Anthropological Analysis of the Self-Protection Movement in An Atayal District in Northern Taiwan

HUANG Yueh-Po (National Chengchi University, Taiwan)

  1. The Modern as a Monster

YI Jeong Duk (Chonbuk National University, South Korea)

  1. Military Towns and Festival Places: The Peaceful Love Rock Festival of Okinawa City, Okinawa

James E. Roberson (Tokyo Jogakkan University, Japan)

Panel 6-2: Consumption and Spaces (Seminar Room II, Second Floor)

Chair: Hahm Han-Hee (Chonbuk National University, South Korea)

Discussants: Samuel Collins (Towson University, USA)

  1. Publicness of the Urban Park

KIM Joo Young (Chonbuk National University, South Korea)

  1. Gentrification of Dong-mun Street in Jeonju: based on political, economic and argument on social and culture

KIM Jong Won (Chonbuk National University, South Korea)

  1. The Study of Adaptation Process of Modern Culture since Liberation of Korea seen through Local Bakery LEE-SUNG-DANG in Gunsan

OH Se-mi-na and LEE Sang-won (Chonbuk National University, South Korea)

  1. Impact of Changing positioning on Festival Organization and Program: With A Focus on Jeonju International Fermented Food Expo

OH Hyun A and LEE Jin Bok (Chonbuk National University, South Korea)

Panel 6-3: Food Authenticity and Transnationalism (Media Seminar Room, Second Floor)

Chair: YU Shuenn-Der (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)

Discussants: PARK Choong-Hwan (Kyungpook National University, South Korea)

  1. Authentic Taste and Transnational Interests

YU Shuenn-Der (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)

  1. Revitalizing tradition through tea gatherings: Interactive authenticity in tea culture between China and Taiwan

ZHANG Jinghong (The Australian National University, Australia)

  1. Authenticity, Anxiety, and Identity: Discourses on Food in Korean Drama

HO Sana (Soochow University, Taiwan)

16:45 – 17:00 Coffee and Tea Break [Hall of Seminar Rooms, Second Floor]

17:00 – 18:30 EAAA General Meeting and Closing Remarks [Main Lecture Hall, Third Floor]

19:00 – 21:30 Dinner [SBTI Cafeteria]

Nov. 16, Sunday

Post-Conference Tour

9:00         Depart

10:30               Yangdong Folk Village

12:30               Lunch at Surime Restaurant in Gyeongju (Supported by KNTO)

14:00               Gyeongju Historic City Walk (Free Time)

16:00               Traditional House of Gyeongju Choi Family

17:00               Arrive

18:00               Dinner [SBTI Cafeteria]

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