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【終了】2015年度 FINDAS・国際ベンガル学会ほか共催セッション「Islam, Nationalism and Civil Society in Bangladesh」、および「Feminist View in Bengali Literature 」(12/12-13)

掲載日 | 2015年11月24日

12月12-13日ベンガルパネル・ポスターこのたび、東京外国語大学拠点(FINDAS)では、12月12日(土)・13日(日)の国際ベンガル学会(於:東京外国語大学)において、共催セッション「Islam, Nationalism, and Civil Society in Bangladesh」、および「Feminist View in Bengali Literature 」を開催いたします。

※どなたでも参加できますが、学会内の催しのため、お申込みをしていただく必要がございます。 原則として、当日まで参加申し込み可、参加費は5000円です。

国際ベンガル学会HP http://www.tufs.ac.jp/ts2/society/Bengal/ippan.html

 

 

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International Congress of Bengal Studies 2015

The Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Tokyo, Japan, December 12-13.

NIHU Program Contemporary India Area Studies, Center at TUFS (FINDAS),

12th December:

Islam, Nationalism, and Civil Society in Bangladesh

Session 1: Civil Society and Political Mobility       (13:00-15:00, Room 107)

Chair: Manosh Chowdhury  (Jahangirnagar University)

Introduction      Togawa, Masahiko (Hiroshima University)

Islam, Nationalism and Civil Movement: Beyond Bipolar Politics

Speaker 1           Salimullah Khan (University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh)

Two views of Islam in late colonial Bengal: On the difference between Nazrul Islam and Farrukh Ahmad

Speaker 2           Fahmidul Haq (University of Dhaka)

Shahbag Movement: Unfinished Conflict between Secularism and Religiosity in Bangladesh?

Speaker 3           Kusakabe, Naonori (Otsuma Women’s University)

NGOs and Islam in Bangladesh: Are NGOs Anti-Islam or Actors in Civil Society?

Speaker 4           Moiyen Zalal Chowdhury (Sharat) (Hiroshima University)

Civil Movement through Social Media, Identity Politics, and Islam.

Discussant

Horiguchi, Matsushiro (Former Ambassador of Japan to Bangladesh, President of Japan-Bangladesh Society, and Prof. at Nihon University)

Murayama, Mayumi (IDE-Jetro)

 

Session 2: Islam in Public Sphere       (15:30-17:30, Room 107)

Chair Moiyen Zalal Chowdhury (Sharat)

Speaker 1           Ali Riaz (Illinois State University)

Constructing and Deconstructing Narratives: Shahbagh and Islamist Politics in Bangladesh

Speaker 2           Momotaj Begum (Hiroshima University)

Female Tablighi as ‘Indirect Opinion Builder’ in Society: Understanding Gender Politics of Hefajat-e-Islam in contemporary Bangladesh

Speaker 3           Bulbul Siddiqi (North South University)

Reconsidering Politics: the Case of the Tablighi Jamaat in Bangladesh

Speaker 4           Humayun Kabir (North South University)

‘Protectors of Islam’—Hefazat-e-Islam: Ulama in Politics and the State and Islamism in Bangladesh

Discussant

Nejima, Susumu (Toyo University)

Nakatani, Tetsuya (Nara Prefectural University)

 

13th December 

Session 3: Feminist View in Bengali Literature       (9:30-11:30, Room 104)

Chair: Awaya, Toshie  (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)

Speaker 1           Hossain, Selina  (Fareea Lara Foundation)

Feminist View in Bengali Literature

Speaker 2           Priyalekha, N. S. (University of Delhi)

Female Sexuality in the Writings of Kavita Sinha, Kamala Das and Amrita Pritam

Speaker 3           Shahanaz Begum (Purnidevi Chowdhury Girls’ College)

Locating Tahmima Anam in the Literature of Bangladesh’s War of Liberation: A Study of the Golden Age and The Good Muslim

Speaker 4           Biswas, Parthita (Uniersity of Kalyani)

Santa Devi – Sita Devi and Women Emancipation with Special Reference to Tagorean Influence

Discussant    Awaya, Toshie (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)

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