【INDAS】The 11th INDAS-South Asia International Conference, “Life and Death in Contemporary South Asia”

【INDAS】The 11th INDAS-South Asia International Conference, “Life and Death in Contemporary South Asia”

【Date】December 14th -15th, 2019
【Venue】Omiya Campus, Ryukoku University, Kyoto, Japan
【Program】
Day 1 – December 14th (Sat)
9:00   Registration
9:30   Opening Remarks
        Nobuhiro Kishigami (NIHU Executive Director)
        Koichi Fujita (Symposium convener, Kyoto University)
        Mizuho Matsuo (National Museum of Ethnology)
Session 1  Birth Awaited, Birth Unwanted
10:00-13:00      Chair: Kenta Funahashi (Ryukoku University)
10:00-10:25  Kazuya Wada (Kanazawa University)
        Birth, Death, and Sex Ratio in India: Evidence from National Family Health Survey
10:25-10:50  Makiko Habazaki (Saitama University)
         Women’s Choice within the Context of Fertility Decline: A Study of Reproductive Praxis in Contemporary Nepal (tentative title)
10:50-11:05 Tea Break
11:05-11:30  Mizuho Matsuo (National Museum of Ethnology)
        Manageable Bodies and Unimaginable Foetus: Practices of Abortion and Family Planning in Western India
11:30-11:55  Anindita Majumdar (IIT Hyderabad, India)
        Conceiving Dekinning: Practices of Pre-Birthing in IVF Clinics in India
11:55-12:10 Tea Break
12:10-13:00 Comment:  Rohan D’Souza (Kyoto University)
                       Discussion
13:00-14:30 Lunch
Session 2  Aging, Family, and Life Course: Making of Modernity and Tradition
14:30-17:30     Chair: Makito Minami (National Museum of Ethnology)
14:30-14:55  Yoshihiko Kadoya (Hiroshima University)
        Can Concern for the Long-Term Care of Older Parents Explain Son Preference at Birth in India?
14:55-15:20  Ryota Sakamoto (Kyoto University)
        Health and Aging in Bhutan
15:20-15:35 Tea Break
15:35-16:00  Sae Nakamura (Kyoto University)
        Familial Bodies and Care Relationship in Old Age: Workings of a Circle of Intimacy in Urban Sri Lanka
16:00-16:25  Bianca Brijnath (Monash University, Australia)
        New Topographies of Care: Dementia and the Indian Diaspora
16:25-16:40  Tea Break
16:40-17:30 Comment:  Anindita Majumdar (IIT, Hyderabad, India)
                       Discussion
18:00–  Reception
Day 2 – December 15th (Sun)
Session 3      Living with Illness, Living with Pain
9:30-12:30     Chair: Sae Nakamura (Kyoto University)
9:30-9:55  Moe Nakazora(Hiroshima University)
        Making and Un-making of New Biosocial Subject?: Folk Ayurvedic Knowledge and Intellectual Property Rights in Contemporary India
9:55-10:20  Yuka Nakamura (Kyoto University)
        History and Experiences of Sickle Cell Anemia in Nepal
10:20-10:35 Tea Break
10:35-11:00  Saiful Islam (University of Dhaka, Bangladesh)
        “Still Alive Like a Dead”: How Arsenicosis has been Explained and Experienced in Bangladeshi Cultural Context
11:00-11:25  James Staples (Brunel University, UK)
        The global in the local: constituting and managing leprosy in India
11:25-11:40  Tea Break
11:40-12:30 Comment:  Kohei Wakimura (Osaka University of Economics and Law)
                      Discussion
12:30-13:30  Lunch
Session 4      Subject to Death, Enacting Death
13:30-16:30     Chair: Mitsuya Dake (Ryukoku University)
13:30-13:55  Anasua Chatterjee (Delhi University, India)
        Community, Belonging and the Urban: Graves and Burial as Sites of Identity among the Muslims of Kolkata
13:55-14:20  Ryuken Nawa (Osaka University)
        Some Remarks on Death (maraṇa-) in the Pāli Canon
14:20-14:35 Tea Break
14:35-15:00  Tatsuya Yamamoto (Shizuoka University)
        Commemorating a Self-immolator: A Case Study of Responses to Self-immolation in a Tibetan Refugee Society in India
15:00-15:25  Udeni Appuhamilage (Yamanashi Gakuin University)
        A Sociality of the Dead: Transformative Practices with the ‘Displaced Death’ in Post-War Sri Lanka
15:25-15:40  Tea Break
15:40-16:30 Comment:  James Staples (Brunel University, UK)
                       Discussion
16:30-16:45  Tea Break
16:45-17:45 General Discussion
Chair: Tatsuro Fujikura (Kyoto University)
Discussants: Lawrence Cohen (University of California, Berkeley, USA)
                       Minoru Mio (National Museum of Ethnology)
17:45-18:00 Closing Remarks
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