Remembering Village after 50 Years: Reconsidering an Ethnography by the late Professor Tadahiko Hara

Date/Time Fri 26 Jan 2018
9:00 - 12:30
Venue Jahangirnagar University, Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh

9:00-9:30 Keynote Address:
Abhijit Dasgupta (Delhi University) Village, Kinship and the Wider World: Prof. Tadahiko Hara' s Contributions to Sociology in South Asia

Part-1 Rethinking Peasantry Society
9:30-9:50 Ranjan Saha Partha (Jahangirnagar University)
Reconceptualizing Peasantry in the Changing Village Structure of Bangladesh.

9:50-10:10 Ai SUGIE (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
Individualism in Rural Bangladesh: Towards a Comprehensive and Dynamic Understanding of Rural Society through Micro-level Studies

10:10-10:30 Atrayee Saha (Muralidhar Girls' College)
Village as an Economic and Cultural Unit Tadahiko Hara's study of Paribar and Kinship

Part-2 Transformation of Regional Society
10:45-11:05 Fatema Bashar (Jagannath University)
Changing Nature of Social Organisation in Rural Bangladesh Since the Sixties

11:05-11:25 Mujibul Anam (Jahangirnagar University)
The relevance of 'Paribar and Kinship in a Moslem Village in East Pakistan' in contemporary Bangladesh Study

11:25-11:45 Kazuyo MINAMIDE (St. Andrew's University)
What was disappeared and What is remained in the Life Stages in Bangladesh?: Responding Prof. Hara's Fieldwork after 50 years

11:50-12:30 General Discussion
Discussant: Shinkichi TANIGUCHI (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
Chair: Masahiko TOGAWA (ILCAA)

Languages English
Admission Free
No pre-registration is needed.
Jointly sponsored by ILCAA Core resarch program "The potential value of indigenous knowledge in managing hazards in Asia and Africa: Anthropological explorations linking micro-macro perspectives 2", International Society of Bengal Studies, Japan Chapter (ISBS)
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