Fieldnet Lounge "Muslim Minorities and Nation-States in Russia and China: Multicultural Practices and Challenges in the Twentieth Century as a Period of Political Changes"[open]

13:00-19:00,Saturday,9th January 2016

The following speaker will give a talk at the next AA-Ken Workshop.
The details are as follows.

Date/Time 9 January 2016, Sat, 13:00-19:00
Venue Room 306 (Multimedia Seminar Room), 3F ILCAA
(Asahicho 3-11-1, Fuchu-shi, Tokyo, 183-8534)
Details 13:00-13:10 Opening Remarks
Greetings: Nobuhiro OTA (ILCAA, On Fieldnet Lounge)
Introduction: Hideyuki NAGANUMA (Ph. D. Student, Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, The University of Tokyo)

Session1: USSR/Russia and its Surrounding Regions
Moderator: Noriko UNNO (Ph. D. Student, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo/Harvard Yenching Institute)
13:10-13:40 Masumi ISOGAI (Kyoto University of Foreign Studies)
"‘Ulamāʼ, Muslim Communists, and Scholars of Orientology in the Volga-Ural Region of the Early Soviet Period"
13:40-14:10 Akira SAKURAMA (Research Fellow of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science)
"A Vanguard of Assimilation of Indigenous Peoples, or A Saint of Enlightenment? : Mission Activity of Il’minskii for Contemporary Non-Russian People and Their Ethnic Consciousness"
14:10-14:40 Moyuru MATSUMAE (Morioka University)
"Minority Policies and Muslims’ Life Strategies in Post-socialist Bulgaria: Islam, Nationalism and Transnationalism"
14:40-15:10 Jin NODA (Waseda University)
"As Muslims or Nomads? Establishment of the Qing Empire's rule for Kazakhs in Xinjiang"

Break 15:10-15:30

Session 2: China/PRC and its Surrounding Regions
Moderator: Noriyoshi YAKUBO (Ph. D. Student, Graduate School of Letters, KEIO University)
15:30-16:00 Tatsuya NAKANISHI (Kyoto University)
"Chinese Muslims and the Umma during the Second Sino-Japanese War"
16:00-16:30 Ryosuke ONO (Ph. D. Student, Graduate School of Letters, KEIO University)
"Chinese, Indian and American Perceptions of Xinjian Kazakh Refugees: Bandits, Intruders and Potential Spies"
16:30-17:00 Mitsuo SAWAI (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
"Muslims’ Crying the Slogan “Love the State, Love Religion”: Religious Policy and Autonomy of Mosque in the People’s Republic of China"

Break 17:00-17:20

Session 3: General Discussion
Moderator: Hideyuki NAGANUMA
17:20-18:00 Comments from discussants
Seiichiro YOSHIZAWA (The University of Tokyo), Taro TSURUMI (Saitama University)
18:00-18:50 Discussions
18:50-19:00 Closing Remarks: Hideyuki NAGANUMA
Organized by ILCAA
Languages Japanese
Admission Free
No registration is required.
For more details, please see here. (in Japanese.)

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