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2016/11/19-22
Southeast Asia Seminar 2016

Period: November 19-22, 2016
Venue: Yangon, Myanmar

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  • You are cordially invited to a special seminar by Dr. Tina S. Clemente. The details are as follows. Title: Insights on strategic development: the case of Philippine economic vulnerability to Chinese coercion Speaker: Dr. Tina S. Clemente, Associate Professor at the Asian Center, University of the Philippines-Diliman Date and Time: February 21st (Tues.) 16:00 – 18:00 Venue: Tonan-tei (Room No. 201), Inamori Foundation Memorial Building, CSEAS, Kyoto University Moderator: Caroline Hau (CSEAS) Abstract: The research aims to evaluate the vulnerability of the Philippine economy to positive and/or negative economic coercion. While we use the context of the bilateral relationship with China in demonstrating the arguments, the underlying principles allow generality [ Read More ]

  • You are cordially invited to a special seminar by Mr. Sudiyatmiko Aribowo. This seminar is supported by the International Program of Collaborative Research (IPCR), Center for Southeast Asian Studies. The details are as follows. Date: February 10 (Fri.), 2017 15:00-17:00 Venue: Confrence room (room 107), 1st floor of East build. CSEAS, Kyoto Univ. Title: Uneasy president-ruling party relationship in Indonesia and the politics of Jakartan gubernatorial election Speaker: Sudiyatmiko Aribowo (Head of Internal Affairs, Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle[PDIP]) Abstract: Mr. Sudyatmiko Aribowo is the chief campaign strategist of the current ruling party PDIP in Indonesia. He will talk about the politics of Jakartan gubernatorial election, on 15 February, in [ Read More ]

  • Date: February 7, 2016 (Tuesday) 15:30-17:30 Venue: CSEAS (Center for Southeast Asian Studies), Kyoto University, Inamori Foundation Memorial Building, 201 (Tonan-tei) Program: 15:30-15:35 Introduction   15:35-16:35 “Muslimization and Cultural Politics of Islam Propagation among Hmong/Akha Youth in Northern Thailand” by Samak Kosem (Chiang Mai University)   16:35-16:50 Discussant: Liulan Wang (Doshisha University)   16:50-17:30 Open Discussion   Abstract: Muslimization and Cultural Politics of Islam Propagation among Hmong/Akha Youth in Northern Thailand This research studies the propagation of Islam through the “Dawah”, Muslim missionary and the process of Muslimization among the hill tribe youth in Chiang Rai province of northern Thailand. This work aims to find out which strategy of cultural [ Read More ]

  • You are cordially invited to a special seminar by Cha-Ly Koh. The details are as follows. Title: URBAN DATA AND ITS ROLE IN POLICY AND PLANNING OF GREATER KL / KLANG VALLEY Speaker: Cha-Ly Koh, CEO, Propertypricetag.com Date and Time: February 3th (Fri.), 2017 15:00 – 17:00 Place: Conference room (Room. No. 107) on the 1st floor of East building, CSEAS, Kyoto University Moderator: Tsukasa Iga, CSEAS, Kyoto University Abstract: Greater KL/Klang Valley covering 10 municipals and 2 states is the biggest urban conurbation of Malaysia. Institutions and policies have struggled to catch up with the urban growth due to complicated legal jurisdictions and privatisation of urban utilities. Furthermore, Urban [ Read More ]

  • 5th Seminar of Reconstructing the Paradigm of African Area Studies Date: 27th January 2017 (Friday) 15:00-17:30 (Reception will open on 14:30) Venue: #318, Inamori Memorial Foundation Building (third floor), Kyoto University Access   Program: 15:00-15:10 Introduction Akira Takada (ASAFAS, Kyoto University) 15:10-15:40 The State of African Studies in Europe Barbara Bompani (Center of African Studies, University of Edinburgh) 15:40-17:00 Forging New Alliances: Reflections on Religion and Politics in Post-Apartheid South Africa Barbara Bompani (Center of African Studies, University of Edinburgh) 17:00-17:30 General Discussion Hosted by: – “Network formation for reconstructing the paradigm of African Area Studies in a globalizing world” for the JSPS Program for Advancing Strategic International Networks to [ Read More ]

  • The 1st Seminar on Gender Issues in Academia organized by the Gender Equality Committee of CSEAS, Kyoto University Date and Time: 16:00-17:30, 26 January 2017 (CSEAS Colloquium for January 2017) Venue: Large Meeting Room, the 3rd floor, Inamori Foundation Memorial Building, CSEAS Title: Always Mainstreaming but never Mainstream: Feminists in Academia Speaker: Prof. Sylvia Estrada-Claudio, the Chairperson of the Department of Women and Development Studies, College of Social Work and Community Development, University of the Philippines Abstract: The talk will cover my own experiences in trying to bring gender perspectives to one academic institution: the University of the Philippines. This will be my insights into my roles as professor of [ Read More ]

  • You are cordially invited to a special seminar by Prof. Sylvia Estrada-Claudio. This seminar is supported by the Future Development Funding Program of Kyoto University Research Coordination Alliance and MEXT Research Program Promoting the Study of Sustainable Humanoshpere in Southeast Asia.” The details are as follows. TITLE: A Sharing On: One UP Health Benefits Action Research Towards A Gendered Universal Health Care Sectoral Model Utilizing an Information Technology System SPEAKER: Prof. Sylvia Estrada-Claudio, the Chairperson of the Department of Women and Development Studies, College of Social Work and Community Development, University of the Philippines DATE and TIME: 15:00-16:30, Wednesday 25 January, 2017 VENUE: Tonan-tei (Room No. 201), Inamori Foundation Memorial [ Read More ]

  • You are cordially invited to a special seminar by Ronald D. Holmes. The details are as follows. Title: Pork Barreling in the Philippines after the 1986 Political Transition Speaker: Ronald D. Holmes, the president of Pulse Asia Research Inc. and Assistant Professor, the Department of Political Science at De La Salle University Date & Time: January 24th (Tues.), 2017, 16:00 – 18:00 Place: Tonan Tei, Inamori Foundation Memorial Building, CSEAS, Kyoto University Moderator: Hau Caroline, CSEAS, Kyoto University Abstract: Why do Philippine presidents, with strong constitutional powers, continue to engage in particularistic spending? This is the central question that this study addresses. The study explores the reasons behind the president’s [ Read More ]

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