【KINDAS】ASAFAS公開ワークショップ “Connectivity and ‘Cartographic Anxieties’: Territory, Borders and Geopolitics in ‘Zomia’ Asia”

【KINDAS】ASAFAS公開ワークショップ “Connectivity and ‘Cartographic Anxieties’: Territory, Borders and Geopolitics in ‘Zomia’ Asia”

(共催:科研費基盤研究(A)「ゾミア2.0:『東南アジア』と『南アジア』の境域における開発・民族・宗教」(研究課題/領域番号:18H03599、研究代表者:今村真央)、KINDAS、南アジア・インド洋世界研究会)

 

【日時】 2018年10月1日(月) 14:00~18:00
【場所】京都大学 吉田キャンパス本部構内 総合研究2号館4階 会議室(AA447)
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ワークショップ趣旨:

This workshop aims to foster an unlikely dialogue between current eruptions over territorial claims, urgencies to demarcate borders and cultures for globalizing in ‘Zomia’ Asia. China’s continued claims, for example, on what India considers its Northeast region or the ongoing disputes over harnessing the voluminous Eastern rivers such as the Brahmaputra have refocused debates over how ‘borderlands’ need to be politically negotiated as ambiguous spaces. The Belt Road Initiative (BRI), meanwhile, is rapidly emerging as a defining effort to reconceptualise and literally reconstruct geography through infrastructure and perhaps reworking the region’s existing geopolitical arrangements. And last, but not least, can Asian cultural templates for globalizing serve as the larger political context for talks about connectivity and new subjectivities.

司会:藤倉達郎(京都大学ASAFAS)

 

発表報告:
Jabin Thomas Jacob (Associate Editor, China Report)

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Edward Kiernan Boyle (Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law, Kyushu University)
“Contentious Connections: Trade and Investment in India’s Northeast”

Mari Miyamoto (Associate Professor, Faculty of Business and Commerce, Keio University)
“Mobility and Highlanders: The Problem of Borders in the Eastern Himalayas”

Ruth Gamble (David Myers Research Fellow, China Studies Research Centre, La Trobe University, Australia)
“Imperial Inheritance: The Dubious Historical Narratives that Underpin India and China’s Great Water Game in the Eastern Himalaya”

Kimberly Thomas (JSPS Fellow, Center for South East Asia, Kyoto University)
“River Borders and Securitizing Infrastructures in South Asia”

Patrick McCartney (JSPS Fellow, Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies, Kyoto University)
“Global Yogascapes: Theo-political Economies of Wellness and (Self)-Development in Asia”

Rohan D’Souza (Associate Professor, Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, Kyoto University)
“Re-Imagining India’s North-East, Again: Did Geography Sidestep History in Vision (2020)?”

【言語】英語

 

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