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DayTimeRoomConvenorPanel Title and PanelistsPanel No
12-Dec09.30-11.30510CHUTINTARANOND SunaitReconceptualizing Southeast Asian Studies
1. Southeast Asia matters: will a dialogue of civilizations prevent cultural clashes and geopolitical conflict?
SAVAGE Victor Roger (NUS, Singapore)
2. Neither insider nor outsider or both: multi-directionality in Southeast Asian studies
HAYAMI Yoko (CSEAS, Kyoto University)
3. Recording the past of a “Peoples without History”: an urgent task for Southeast Asian scholars
WATSON ANDAYA Barbara (University of Hawai'i)
4. Reorienting the historian’s gaze toward the sea
ANDAYA Leonard (University of Hawai'i-Manoa)
PANEL 1.01
12-Dec12.50-15.50510Mario Ivan LOPEZOn the Rise: Southeast Asian Studies for Region making and Networking - Roundtable Discussion
1. PEYCAM Philippe (IIAS, The Netherlands)
2. MCGOWAN Kaja (Cornell University)
3. HADLER Jeffrey (University of California, Berkeley)
4. THOMPSON Mark (City University of Hong Kong)
5. NGUYEN Van Chinh (Vietnam National University)
6. BAO Maohong (Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Peking University)
7. ABRAHAM Itty (National University of Singapore)
8. REID Anthony (Australian National University)
9. KONO Yasuyuki (CSEAS, Kyoto University)
10. Soyeun Kim (KASEAS)
11. Mala Rajo Sathian (University of Malaya)
12. BI Shihong (Yunnan University)
PANEL 1.02
12-Dec09.30-11.30554MATSUDA MasahikoDynamics of Rural Livelihoods and Food Security in Contemporary Southeast Asia
1. Rural livelihood systems facing normal ecological hazards in the central dry zone of Myanmar
MATSUDA Masahiko (Ritsumeikan University)
2. Risk management strategy in mountainous villages of northern Laos
HIROTA Isao (Nagoya University) and Somneuk CHITPANYA
3. Food security in small islands: dietary patterns and food consumption survey in Micronesia
YAMAMOTO Sota (Kagoshima University)
4. The role of the private sector to climate change adaptation: the preliminary findings from Thailand, Vietnam and Indonesia
MIYAGUCHI Takaaki (Ritsumeikan University)
5. Golden or broken: a comparative study on the socio-economic situation of small-scale women farmers in GMO-farming and GMO-free communities in Luzon
VALENZUELA Abegail Rose (University of the Philippines, Diliman)
PANEL 1.03
12-Dec12.50-15.50IStephen DRUCEThe monarchy in Southeast Asia: Past, present and future
1. Indigenous monarchs during WWII: Four Javanese case studies
Frank DHONT (Institute of Asian Studies, Universiti Brunei Darussalam)
2. Brunei’s monarchical system and the Freedom House index
Abdul Hai bin Julay (Academy of Brunei Studies, Universiti Brunei Darussalam)
3. The Brunei monarchy, past and present
Mohammad Rafee Shahif (Academy of Brunei Studies, Universiti Brunei Darussalam)
4. The Bugis queens and female aristocrats of South Sulawesi
Stephen C. DRUCE (Academy of Brunei Studies, Universiti Brunei Darussalam)
5. Monarchy in Brunei Darussalam
B. A. Hussainmiya (Historical and International Studies Programme, Universiti Brunei Darussalam)
6. The mixed monarchy system of Islamic country: case studies of Malaysia
FONG Cliff (National Sun Yat-Sen University)
7. The monarchy and social class in Thailand: a study of elite funeral tradition
RANGSIVEK Katja (University of Freiburg)
PANEL 1.04
12-Dec09.30-11.30555PATHMANAND UkristTransboundary Mainland Southeast Asia: Love/hate, Uprising and powering
1. Friend and foe: Thailand and Cambodia as represented in modern Thai and Cambodian literary and media discourses
AMRATISHA Klairung (Chulalongkorn University)
2. The Myanmar 2010 election and the transition to democracy
Nattapon Tantrakoonsab (Chulalongkorn University)
3. Democracy and conflicts: situating political debates in Thailand and beyond
Chantana Wungaeo (Chulalongkorn University)
4. Building “culture of nation” for the survival of a nation?: a comparative study between Thailand’s and Vietnam’s scheme of national culture and its legacy
PHUMPLAB Morragotwong (Thammasat University)
5. Cultural Memory in Cambodia
Vong Meng (Royal Academy of Cambodia)
6. Cultural Memory in Cambodia
Vong Meng (Royal Academy of Cambodia)

* This panel is sponsored by JSPS Research Project: "Collaborative Research on Transitional Justice and Inclusive Economic Development in Developing ASEAN Countries"

PANEL 1.05
12-Dec12.50-15.50501THAITAKOO, DanaiUrban Ecology: the State of ASEAN's Cities, Issues and Challenges.
1. Urban acupuncturing – Bhumantara
WIDODO Johannes (National University of Singapore)
2. Urbanization has been inducing dynamic wetland environment with Asian Open bill in Bangkok
HARA Yuji (Wakayama University)
3. Urban forestry in Metro Manila, Philippines
PALIJON Armando M (University of the Philippines, Los Banos)
4. Linking food, land and water systems in Southeast Asian cities
TSUCHIYA Kazuaki (University of Tokyo)
5. Urbanization and it’s impacts on ecological services of Bangkok’s urban ecosystem
THAITAKOO Danai (Chulalongkorn University)
6. Resilience and adaptation: the legacies and futures of ASEAN’s cities
MCGRATH Brian (The New School)
PANEL 1.06
12-Dec09.30-11.30JTONG Chee-Kiong New Social Histories
1. Pulling the Strings: The Effects of Military Occupation and Rule on Burmese Marionettes
TANNENBAUM Kristina (University of Hawai'i at Manoa)
2. Towards the History of Youth in Southeast Asia: A History of Youth in Singapore
LIAO Edgar (University of British Columbia)
3. The creation of the new “Filipino” in Japanese propaganda in the Philippines through The Tribune, 1942-1944
CANDELARIA John Lee (University Of The Philippines Los Baños)
4. Penology in the Context of the “Civilizing Mission”: Prisons in Colonial Philippines and Southeast Asia
MALLARI Aaron Abel Tolention (University of The Philippines)
5. Traditional boat of Vietnam and Island Southeast Asia: evidences from historical and ethnographical sources in Vietnam, Indonesia and Philippines
Thieu Thi Thanh Hai (Vietnam National University, Hanoi; The University of Social Sciences and Humanities)
6. Southeast Asia as China’s ‘Lost Territory’
LIU Oi Yan (University of Hong Kong)
PANEL 1.07
12-Dec12.50-15.50509FOUNTAIN PhilipReligion and NGOs in Southeast Asia
1. Mapping Religious NGOs: The Taxonomic Imperative and the Policing of Religion in Southeast Asia
Philip FOUNTAIN (National University of Singapore)
2. "The little ones to be saved": (religious) NGOs addressing poor children in the slums of Bangkok
Giuseppe BOLOTTA (Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore)
3. Religion and NGOs in Post Tsunami‎ Aceh and Nias Islands
Hilman Latief (Muhammadiyah University of Yogyakarta)
4. The NGO-ization of Buddhist Associations in Myanmar
TOSA Keiko (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
5. Networking Localism: NGOs and development monks in Northeast Thailand
Dylan SOUTHARD (Osaka University)
6. Muddy Labor: Shinto Ecology and Nonreligious Aid Across Japan and Myanmar
WATANABE Chika (University of Manchester)
7. Thai Royal Projects and Islamic Philanthropy in Malay South Thailand
Christopher JOLL (Chiang Mai University)
Discussant: Catherine Scheer (National University of Singapore)
PANEL 1.08
12-Dec09.30-11.30662ABINALES Patricio N.Meddling Monsters: The Real Face of Order in Southeast Asia
1. So young, so educated, so thuggish: fraternities and violence in the Philippines
ABINALES Patricio (University of Hawai'i)
2. Privatization of security and violence in Indonesia with a comparative perspective
OKAMOTO Masaaki (CSEAS, Kyoto University)
3. From judicial activism to judicial coup: politicization of the judiciary in Thai politics
PREECHASINLAPAKUN Somchai (Chiang Mai University)
4. De-democratization, uncivil society and the role of conservative middle class in Thailand
Viengrat Nethipo (Chulalongkorn University)
5. “Developmental state” under hegemonic party: case study of developmental budget in Malaysia
SUZUKI Ayame (Doshisha University)
PANEL 1.09
12-Dec12.50-14.50103FUJITA KoichiThe Emerging Myanmar; and the Resurgence of Traditional Agrarian Questions
1. Land Utilization and Emerging Credit Markets in Two Mountainous Villages in Northern Shan State, Myanmar
Makoto Inoue (University of Tokyo), Ei Ei Hlaing (Forestry Research Institute), Win Win Nwe (Forestry Research Institute) and Koichi Fujita (Kyoto University)
2. Production, Processing and Marketing Structure of Rubber and Inter-linked Credit Markets in Two Villages in Mon State, Myanmar
Fujita Koichi (CSEAS, Kyoto University) and Hla Myint (Myanmar Rubber Planters and Producers Association)
3. Rural Class Structure, Income Earnings, and Credit Markets in Two Villages in Central Dry Zone and Ayeyarwady Delta, Myanmar
Hnin Yu Lwin (Yezin Agricultural University, Myanmar), OKAMOTO Ikuko (Toyo University), and Fujita Koichi (CSEAS, Kyoto University)
4. Impact of Poppy Eradication and Introduction of Sugarcane Contract Farming in a Village under Highly Inequitable Land Distribution in Kokan, Shan State, Myanmar
ZHAI Yalei (Kyoto University) and Fujita Koichi (CSEAS, Kyoto University)

* This panel is sponsored by JSPS Research Project: "Collaborative Research on Transitional Justice and Inclusive Economic Development in Developing ASEAN Countries"

PANEL 1.10
12-Dec15.00-17.00JKATO Yumi Environment Sustainability in Southeast Asia
1. Economic circularization in urban Southeast Asia: the influence of convenience and social norms on recycling behavior
ROSENTHAL Sonny Ben (Nanyang Technological University)
2. Vehicle-mounted speakers, noise policy and health issues in Southeast Asian contexts
CRAWFORD Vallaurie Lynn (Taipei Medical University)
3. Environmental and social impact of land use development case of Nongtha Newtown Project Chanthabuly District Vientiane Capital
THALONGSENGCHANH Palikone (The National University of Lao; National Agriculture and Forestry Research Institute, Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry)
4. Recovery process of a secondary forest after shifting cultivation in Northwestern region, Vietnam
TRAN Van Do (CSEAS, Kyoto University)
PANEL 1.11
12-Dec09.30-11.30INAKANISHI YoshihiroDemocratization and Human Rights in the regional order
1. Free to trust the unknown: the UN transitional authority in Cambodia seen from below
TRAVOUILLON Katrin Julia (Philipps-University Marburg, Germany)
2. Political dynasty in the development of constitutional democracy in Indonesia
Aminoto and Dian Agung Wicaksono (Universitas Gadjah Mada)
3. Sources of democratization and the construction of ‘regionness’: analyzing ASEAN’s claims to human rights and democracy
Maria-Gabriela Manea (University of Freiburg)
4. Corruption and reform in historical perspective; lessons, implications of present initiatives and future directions: the Philippine democratic experiment
Antonius C. UMALI and DANO Milfred (Polytechnic University of the Philippines)
5. Human rights in ASEAN: taking slow and reluctant steps
AURORA J.DEDIOS (Miriam College)
PANEL 1.12
12-Dec12.50-14.50664IGA TsukasaThe Role of Media and Political Transformation in Contemporary Southeast Asia
1. Media and political transformation under competitive authoritarianism: Malaysian and Cambodian cases
IGA Tsukasa (CSEAS, Kyoto University)
2. Media, politics and democratization in Southeast Asia
Ubonrat Siriyuvasak (Chulalongkorn University)
3. Media and political transformation in Thailand
Nualnoi Treerat (Chulalongkorn University)
4. The role of media and political transformation in contemporary Southeast Asia: the Philippine case
Vitug Ma. Teresa (Editor of Rappler, The Philippines)
5. Thailand’s internet culture: censorship, partisanship and defamation
KUMMETHA Thaweeporn (Thai Netizen Network) and MCCARGO, Duncan (University of Leeds)
PANEL 1.13
1. Paul Kratoska (Publishing Director, NUS Press; Editor, Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society; Former Editor, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies)
2. Filomeno V. Aguilar (Editor, Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints)
3. Chris Baker (Editor, Journal of the Siam Society)
4. Narumi Shitara (Managing Editor, Southeast Asian Studies)
PANEL 1.14
12-Dec09.30-11.30665MOTOKO Kawano Beyond Crises and Traps: Searching for Sustainable Development and Political Stability
1. Technological Capability Development and Innovation in Thailand after Financial Crisis: The Case of Electronics, Automotive and Food Industries
Patarapong Intarakumnerd (National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies)
2. Labor markets, social policy and development dilemmas in Malaysia
LEE Hwok Aun (University of Malaya)
3. Rediscovering Rubber: Competitiveness, Productivity and Politics in Malaysia and Thailand
KAWANO Motoko (National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies)
4. Development on Mining and Political Settlements in Indonesia: An Institutional Assessment, 1997-2014
Wahyu Prasetyawan (Syarif Hidayatullah Islamic State University)
5. Indonesia's full-set development strategy: historical and theoretical contexts
SATO Yuri (Institute of Developing Economies)
6. The Agency behind rice importations in the Philippines
DAVIDSON Jamie S (National University of Singapore)
1. KHOO Boo Teik (National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies)
2. TSUNEKAWA Keiichi (National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies)
PANEL 1.15
12-Dec12.50-14.50JSHIMIZU Hiromu Civil Society and Social Movements in the region
1. Community and development: the challenge to dominant discourse in Thailand
UTHAI Siya (Humboldt University)
2. From Banglamung Thailand to Dawei Myanmar: documentary and empowerment of Southeast Asian social movements
Unaloam Chanrungmaneekul (Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University)
3. A Historical Comparative Analysis on Legislating Gender-related Moralities in Post-colonial Indonesia: Mapping the "Chaotic Evolution"
LEE Mei-Hsien (National Chi Nan University) and LEE Wooi Han (Macquarie University)
4. Myanmar's non-governmental organizations: present situation and development prospect
LIANG Chen (Yunnan University)
PANEL 1.16
12-Dec15.00-17.00664TOYAMA AyakoDevelopment of accountability systems and their impact on democratization in Southeast Asian countries
1. Politics of accountability in Indonesia: a case of Jakartan governorship
MIICHI Ken (Iwate Prefectural University)
2. Political scandals and societal accountability in contemporary Malaysia: the role of new media and opposition parties in democratizing society
IGA Tsukasa (CSEAS, Kyoto University)
3. Challenges in conducting military humanitarian exercises in foreign states: Japan Self-Defense Forces in Pacific Partnership in the Philippines
KIBA Saya (Doshisha University)
4. Political accountability in Thailand: institutional problems of constitutional independent organization
TOYAMA Ayako (CSEAS, Kyoto University)
5. Pork barreling and developmental outcomes
HOLMES Ronald Everette David (Australian National University)
PANEL 1.17
12-Dec09.30-11.30501Hsin-Huang Michael HsiaoWhen East Asia Meets Southeast Asia in Southeast Asian Studies - Roundtable Discussion
1. Bao Maohong (Peking University)
2. Aileen Baviera (University of the Philippines)
3. Ikrar Nusa Bhakti (Indonesian Institute of Sciences)
4. Junko Koizumi (CSEAS, Kyoto University)
5. Liu Hong (Nanyang Technological University)
6. Park Jang Sik (Korean Association of Southeast Asian Studies)
7. Suthiphand Chirathivat (Chulalongkorn University)
PANEL 1.18
12-Dec12.50-14.50552CLAUDIO Lisandro E. Suharto and Marcos at the Crossroads of Memory: Comparing Transitional Justice in Indonesia and the Philippines
1. The politics of the past in present day Indonesia
KIMURA Ehito (University of Hawai'i)
2. The Indonesia's 1965 Purge and the Post-Suharto Transitional Justice
MATSUNO Akihisa (Osaka University)
3. Marcos Nostalgia and the Failure of Babyboomer Leftists
Lisandro Claudio (Kyoto University)
Discussant: CLAUDIO Lisandro E. (CSEAS, Kyoto University)
PANEL 1.19
12-Dec15.00-17.00103NAGAI FumioLocal Government Elite Survey in Southeast Asia: comparison among Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines
1. Quantitative anatomy of local governance in Southeast Asia
NAGAI Fumio (Osaka City University)
2. Local capability in Thailand
KAGOYA Kasuhiro (Kanto Gakuin University) and NAGAI Fumio (Osaka City University)
3. Changing local elite selection in Thailand: emergence of new local government presidents after direct election
FUNATSU (ABE) Tsuruyo (Institute of Developing Economics, Japan)
4. Do mayors' orientations matter on local governance? A case study in the Philippines
NISHIMURA Kenichi (Center of International Education and Exchange) and KOBAYASHI Jun (Seikei University)
5. Political leadership, local bureaucracy and government performance in Indonesian local government
SUNAHARA Yosuke (Osaka University)
PANEL 1.20
12-Dec12.50-14.50663NISHIMOTO Noa Media and gender representation in Southeast Asia
1. Negotiated Voices: Women’s Representations On Sexuality In Men’s and Women’s Magazines in the Philippines
RUIZ Frieda Joy Angelica Olay (Graduate School of Human Sciences, Osaka University)
2. Thailand: the society of incongruent communication and double-bind, Case study on sexuality and reproductive health promotion through the series “Hormones”
THIRAPHON Chinda (Nagoya University) and Worrawan Jiranthanapiwat (University for Peace, Costa Rica)
3. The Cost of Mobility: Representations of Prostitutes with HIV/AIDS in Le Hoang’s Bargirls and Nguyen Thanh Van’s The Little Hearts
NGUYEN Qui Ha (University of Southern California, Los Angles)
4. Interfacing the Visual and the Textual in the Gay Anthologies of the Philippines and Singapore
LIZADA Miguel Antonio (Ateneo de Manila University) and Juan Miguel Leandro QUIZON (Don Bosco Technical College)
PANEL 1.21
12-Dec09.30-11.30104THOMPSON, Mark RichardPower Elites and Political Change in Southeast Asia
1. Fifty Shades of Federalism: Revisiting Malaysia in the ‘Gray Zone’
CASE William (City University of Hong Kong)
2. Local power and ‘new’ elites in Indonesia
CHOI Nankyung (City University of Hong Kong)
3. Power and competition in the new politics Vietnam
LONDON Jonathan (City University of Hong Kong)
4. EDSA, Dos, Tres: historicized elite discourses of rebellion and class power
THOMPSON Mark (City University of Hong Kong)
5. Singapore's power elite and growing political activism
Stephan ORTMANN (City University of Hong Kong)
6. Philippine technocracy and the politics of development: focus on the pre-martial law period (1965-1972)
TADEM Teresa Encarnacion (University of the Philippines, Diliman)
PANEL 1.22
12-Dec15.00-17.00KSHIRAISHI TakashiThe East Asian Economic Crisis of 1997-1998 Revisited: A Roundtable Discussion
1. Ginandjar Kartasasmita (Presidential Adviser, Indonesia)
2. Thanong Bidaya (National Institute of Development Administration)
3. Cayetano Paderanga (Development Academy of the Philippines)
4. Eisuke Sakakibara (Aoyama Gakuin University)
PANEL 1.23
12-Dec09.30-11.30509Nathan BadenochEnvironment and Society: Exploring New Research Agenda
1. Sustainable humanosphere studies in Southeast Asia
KONO Yasuyuki (CSEAS, Kyoto University)
2. Forest, agricultural, and urban transitions in mainland Southeast Asia: synthesizing knowledge and developing theory
Jefferson FOX (East-West Center)
3. Advances in collaborative modelling and simulation for natural renewable resource management in Southeast Asia
TREBUIL, Guy (CIRAD, Montpellier)
4. Gigantic "6Ds" in geriatrics among Southeast Asia as well as Japan
MATSUBAYASHI Kozo (CSEAS, Kyoto University)
5. Climate variability and seasonal rice yield forecasts in Thailand and Southeast Asia: a research and implementation framework
Attachai Jintrawet (Chiang Mai University), Chitnucha Buddhaboon, Jerasorn Santisirisomboon, and Tewin Kaewmuangmoon (Chiang Mai University)
6. Urban-rural teleconnections in Vietnam, Laos, and Northeast Thailand: are urban/ rural boundaries still evident?
Stephen Leisz (Colorado State University)
7. Population increase, temporary transnational migration, and paddy holdings in a rural village of Laos
YOKOYAMA Satoshi (Nagoya University)
PANEL 1.24
12-Dec12.50-14.50662ONIMARU TakeshiStates and Surveillance: Comparative Colonial State Formation in Southeast Asia
1. Blind like a state: policing and the avoidance of information in the colonial Indonesia
CRIBB Robert (Australian National University)
2. The genesis of “Surveillance State”?: state surveillance in colonial Singapore in 1920s and 30s
ONIMARU Takeshi (Kyushu University, Japan)
3.The meaning and measure of independence: sanitation, hygiene, nutrition, and education in the colonial Philippines, 1900-1935
PLANTA Mercedes (University of the Philippines)
4. State-making by local government: controls on Indian immigration in colonial Burma, c. 1900-1930
OSADA Noriyuki (Institute of Developing Economies)
5. French colonial police and surveillance of daily life: a comparative perspective
KUDO Akihito (Gakushuin Women's College, Japan)
PANEL 1.25
12-Dec15.00-17.00663CHEN, Hugh Pei-HsiuThe Political-economical Development of Southeast Asia and Its Challenges: Taiwan’s Perspective
1. Multi-level cooperation and the future of regional integration in Southeast Asia
TSAI Tung Chieh and Tony Liu (National Chung Hsing University)
2. CLMV plus T in the AEC 2015: the rising of continental Southeast Asia and its implications to Taiwan
CHEN Hugh Pei-Hsiu (National Chi Nan University)
3. The political economy of development and governance in Vietnam: challenges and obstacles
SOONG Jenn-Jaw (National Cheng-Kung University)
4. The dilemma of political security in Thailand
CHEN Shangmao (Fo Guang University)
5. Political analysis of Chinese economic diplomacy towards ASEAN: the case of Cambodia
CHAO Wen-Chih (National Chung Cheng University)
PANEL 1.26
12-Dec09.30-11.30663NAGATSU KazufumiEthnic Re/formation at Margin: Negotiations with International Institutions, Global NGOs and Worldwide Missionaries in Insular Southeast Asia
1. The Making of “Pious Bajau”: Two Cases of Islamization at Margin in Malaysia and Indonesia
NAGATSU Kazufumi (Toyo University)
2. Creating Space to Live through Negotiations with NGOs and Evangelical Missionaries: Experience of the Sama Dilaut in the Urban Philippines
AOYAMA Waka (University of Tokyo)
3. Who are the Bangsamoro People? Reforming the Notion of Bangsamoro in the Peace Process between the Philippine Government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front
ISHII Masako (Osaka University)
4. New Development or Transformation of the Bugis Association in Sabah, Malaysia
ITO Makoto (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
5. The Refugee and the Cross: Religion, languages, and the borderland in Timor island
FUKUTAKE Shintaro (Sophia University)
6. Change in the consciousness of ‘Sea People’: Focusing on the self/ other-representation of the Moken after the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami
SUZUKI Yuki (Toyo University)
PANEL 1.27
12-Dec12.50-14.50554NAOI RiyoArts and Representations in modern Southeast Asia
1. A 21st-century discourse of civilization in the representation of the cultural landscape of the SEA countries in Thai visual media
LASUKA Pasoot (Chiang Mai University, Thailand)
2. Green Togas: The Bandung School and Modern Art in Indonesia in the New Order Period
Rahadiningtyas, Anissa (Cornell University)
3. Modernity, Mobility, Connections and Exchanges Through Architecture and Infrastructure in Southeast Asia: A Media and Visual Presentation of Singapore and Indonesia
AUSTIN Ian Patrick (Edith Cowan University)
4. Is there a nation in this region: Visayan language cinema in Cebu
GRANT, Paul Douglas (University of San Carlos)
5. Japanese soft power in Southeast Asia and the US: tracing orientalism and historical amnesia in Aikido martial arts and Suzuki music teaching methods and practice
SIAPNO Marie Jacqueline Aquino (Centro Para a Mulher e Estudos do Genero, Dili, Timor Leste)
PANEL 1.28
12-Dec15.00-17.00554Pavin Chachavalpongpun Contemporary issues in regional migration
1. Prospects of Intra-regional Labor Migration Collaboration and Development in East Asia (Northeast Asia and ASEAN)
LAYLO Aaron Grajo (University of Tokyo)
2. Without money, what do they bring back to their homeland? The social remittances of Thai migrant workers in Taiwan
LIU Jung-Hsiu (National Chi-Nan University)
3. Transnational Religious Connections and Migrant Communities: A Case Study of Filipinos in South Korea
ASOR Bubbles Beverly (National University of Singapore)
4. The Islamic Education Paths of the first generation of Patani Muslimah in Malay World : Experiences of two Muslimah who graduated from Mahaad Saniah, Pasir Puteh, Kelantan, Malaysia
Taweeluck Pollachom (Walailak University)
PANEL 1.29
12-Dec09.30-11.30664YANG Alan Hao Re-ordering Southeast Asia: A New Centre in the Making?
1. Re-ordering Southeast Asia in nesting regionalism: ASEAN centrality and power politics in debates
YANG Alan Hao (National Chengchi University)
2. The fourth wave of democratization? International pressure, economic performance, and party politics in Southeast Asia
SUN Tsai Wei (National Chengchi University)
3. Japan’s Asia policy in the 1960s: in Asia or with Asia?
YEH Ting-Ting (Waseda University)
4. Intersecting trajectories: Indonesia and the ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community
QUAYLE, Linda (The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus)
5. Collaborative infrastructure: "self-consciously" assessing state of preparedness
PAGUNURAN Eufracio Primer C. (University of the Philippines)
PANEL 1.30
12-Dec12.50-15.50555Julius Bautista Religion and Community
1. Block Rosary: Recontextualizing Filipino Prayer in Modern Japan
LEMAY Alec R. (Sophia University)
2. The Quest for “Adab”: Arabic Cosmos and Southeast Asian Space of Islamic Thought
UMAM Zacky Khairul (Freie Universitaet Berlin)
3. Buddhism, Supernaturalism, and Local Religious Perspectives in Mainland Southeast Asia
Julia Cassaniti and Piyawit Moonkham (Washington State University)
4. Lay Buddhist charity: socially-engaged Buddhism, exchange with supernatural powers and worldly authority
LE Hoang Anh Thu (Australian National University)
5. Tracing Theosophical Influences in Vietnam: cultural and political histories
JAMMES Jeremy (Universiti Brunei Darussalam)
6. Reimagining Minority Religious Communities in Urban Indonesia: Negotiating Local and Global Dynamics
HOON Chang Yau (Singapore Management University)
7. Transnational Islam in Indonesia and its implications to national security
Indriana KARTINI (Centre for Political Studies, LIPI)
8. Corporeality and the Power of Transgendered Mediumship in Northeast Thailand
Visisya Pinthongvijayakul (Australian National University)
PANEL 1.31
12-Dec09.30-11.30552SHIODERA SatomiRural Resistance across Southeast Asia
1. When Old and New Institutions Clash: Challenges of Mobilizing Remote Hill Communities in the Face of Dispossession
MARK SiuSue (Erasmus University)
2. Land-use change and indigenous people’s life. Case study: the Vietnam Central Highlands
THAI Huynh Anh Chi (Ho Chi Minh University of Culture)
3. Palm Oil Plantations in Southeast Asia: Changing landscapes and the Rural Poor
MEDINA Maria Cecilia (University of the Philippines)
4. Elite-Peasant Relations in Post-Authoritarian Indonesia: Democratization or Dispossession?
ANUGRAH Iqra (Northern Illinois University)
PANEL 1.32
12-Dec12.50-15.20665LIU HongIntra-Asia Dynamics: Mobility of Ideas and Intellectual Exchange in Southeast Asia
1. Learning to be Traditional: the Indigenous Imagination of Tradition in Southeast Asia in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
CHARNEY Michael (University of London)
2. Vietnam's Policies on the South China Sea: A Micro-Analysis of its internal politics and historical factors
LEE Yung Lung (Xiamen University)
3. Imagining Modernity in Cosmopolitan spaces: Convergent Forces and Divergent Identities in Colonial Singapore
KOH Keng We (Nanyang Technological University)
4. Thai Migrant Workers: Singapore's Working Class Cosmopolitanism
Niti Pawakapan (Chulalongkorn University)
5. “One Belt One Road” Initiative and China’s Engagement with Southeast Asia: A Transnational Network Perspective
Fan Xin (Nanyang Technological University)
6. Challenge and Significance of Chinese Business Education in Japan Business School
WANG Xiao-ping (University of Kitakyushu)
PANEL 1.33
12-Dec15.00-17.00552ITOH MasayukiCoastal environment and resource management
1. Coping with red tide: a case study of Bataan Province, Philippines during the 1988-1990 Manila Bay episode
BOLINAO Ma Luisa De Leon (University of the Philippines, Diliman)
2. Conservation, culture and social innovation in Tomini Bay, Sulawesi, Indonesia
Basri Amin and Syamsu Qamar Badu (State University of Gorontalo, Indonesia)
3. Middle men network: fish marketing and production mobility in northern Thailand
KAMPA Tanyawat (Chiang Mai University)
PANEL 1.34
12-Dec09.30-11.30103STEVENS, HallamInnovation :: environment :: city
1. Ecotechnological City: Managing Space, Innovation, and People at Singapore’s Fusionopolis
Hallam Stevens (Nanyang Technological University)
2. ‘Garden City’ memes, dreams and schemes for Singapore: Comparing Gardens by the Bay to the Ground Up Initiative
David Sadoway (Nanyang Technological University)
3. Creative City Development in Bandung City: Using ANT to Understanding Development Process
Galuh Syahbana Indraprahasata (Indonesian Institute of Sciences)
4. Staging Sericulture in Siam: Japanese Technical Experts and the Foundation of a Silk Industry in Southeast Asia
Lisa Onaga (Nanyang Technological University)
PANEL 1.35
12-Dec12.50-14.50KHABERKORN TyrellCoup Redux: The Military in Thai Politics
1. Without account: coup amnesties in Thailand
HABERKORN Tyrell (Australian National University)
2. Shielding the Thai military from accountability in the 2010 violent crackdown
PAWAKAPAN Puangthong (Chulalongkorn University)
3. Spy, social movement and social network: the interference of Thai government on cyber-space during Junta 2014
TASSANAKUNLAPAN Tossapon (Chiang Mai University)
PANEL 1.36
12-Dec15.00-17.00662Fiona SiegerBusiness and Banking in Southeast Asia
1. Banking Reform in the CLV Countries: The Impacts of the Globalization
Suwannarat Meesomboonpoonsuk (Thammasat University)
2. A Political Economic Comparative Study on the Southeast Asian Automotive Industry
Wan-Ping Tai (Cheng Shiu University)
3. Mobilizing Chinese in Asia: The Management Practices of Taiwan Business in Southeast Asia
Kun-Lu Wu (Ming Chuan University) and I-Chun Kung (National Chi-Nan University)
4. The Implementation of the Conditional Cash Transfer Program: A Clash and Convergence of Philippine Politics and Development Initiatives
Anthony Sarino Orozco (Polytechnic University of the Philippines)
PANEL 1.37
12-Dec09.30-11.30KFEENER R. Michael and BUSH RobinThe Politics of Asian Development Assistance in Southeast Asia
1. Convergence or Divergence: China’s Impact on the Contemporary Aid Landscape
Anthea Mulakala (Asia Foundation)
2. Asian Solution to Asian Problems?: Development Cooperation in Asia by Asian Donors
Eun Mee KIM (Ewha Woman's University, Korea)
3. The limits of South – South Cooperation: Perspectives from the Southern Receivers in Mekong Sub-region
Siriporn Wajjawalki (Thammasat University)
4. The role of ethnic Chinese in influencing the choices of donor countries in Lao.
JEONG, Mi-Kyeng (Busan University of Foreign Studies)
PANEL 1.38
12-Dec12.50-14.50104ISHIKAWA Satoshi and WATANABE KazuoSmall-scale fisheries and coastal communities in Southeast Asia
1. Coastal communities in Thailand
METHEE Kaewnern (Faculty of Fisheries, Kasetsart University), SUMITRA Ruangsivakul,
2. Coastal small scale fisheries in Thailand
Anukorn Boutson (Faculty of Fisheries, Kasetsart University), YASOOK Nakaret, SRIKUM Tanut, EBATA Keigo, ARIMOTO Takafumi
3. Small scale fisheries in the Philippines: the case of Batan Bay
MONTECLARO Harold Modoc (University of the Philippines, Visayas), NATAPA Ruby,
4. Fishers and the fisheries in western Visayas, Philippines
FERRER Alice Joan (University of the Philippines, Visayas), MIYATA Tsutom, DEFIESTA Gay D., ARANETA Leah A., PARCON Cristabel F., MEDIODIA Hanny John, KAMIYAMA Ryutaryo, SUMAGAYSAY Marietta B.
5. Regional characteristics of coastal ecosystem in Southeast Asia
OKAMOTO Yuki (Research Institute for Humanity and Nature), ANASCO Nathaniel, SALENOI Jintana, ARNUPAPBOON Sukchai
1. DJAWAD Iqbal (Hasanuddin University)
2. WATANABE Kazuo (Research Institute for Humanity and Nature)
3. ISHIKAWA Satoshi (Research Institute for Humanity and Nature)
PANEL 1.39
13-Dec09.30-11.30501Nathan Badenoch Teaching Southeast Asian Studies for the next generation
1. The literature classroom as advocacy: training the next generation of Southeast Asian literary scholars
TOPE Lily Rose (University of the Philippines)
2. SEASIA Link: a vision for the future of serving Southeast Asia scholarship and research
SHIH Virginia Jing-yi (University of California, Berkeley)
3. What is Major Misconception between Thailand and Neighboring Countries after Cold War ended?
Ukrist Pathmanand (Chulalongkorn University)
4. The Language Conundrum and ASEAN Studies in Southeast Asian Studies (SEAS)
Mala Rajo Sathian (University of Malaya)
PANEL 2.01
13-Dec12.50-15.50554IMAMURA MasaoContinuities and Transformations in the Sino-Myanmar Frontier: Cross-border religious, commercial, and militia networks, 1765-2015
1. Opium on the Sino-Shan Frontier: A Decentered, Macro Historical, Subnational Perspective
BUCHANAN John (University of Washington)
2. Cross-border movement between Burma and China during the Cold War
CHANG Wen-Chin (Academica Sinica)
3. Command on the Forests: International Relations of Southeast Asia as Viewed from the Highlands
KATAOKA Tatsuki (Kyoto University)
4. Tăi Buddhist Practices and Cross-border Networks in the China-Myanmar Frontier
KOJIMA Takahiro (CSEAS, Kyoto University)
5. Geopolitics of Protestant Evangelism: Making and breaking of spatial boundaries by Christian Missionaries in Myanmar
IMAMURA Masao (CSEAS, Kyoto University)
6. Local Politics and Livelihoods in Wa Region, Myanmar
ONG Andrew (Harvard University)
7. How Kachin Nationalist Cosmologies Contradict and Confirm the China-Burma Border
Laur Kiik (Tallin University)
PANEL 2.02
13-Dec09.30-11.30JGEDACHT, JoshuaThe Contested Histories of Mobility and Connection in Southeast Asia
1. From ‘al-Jawiyyin’ to ‘de Djawa Kolonie te Mekka’: Mobility and Historical Connections of Java and Arabia
DARMADI Dadi (Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University, Jakarta)
2. Re-Situating the Dutch-Aceh War in the Indian Ocean
GEDACHT Joshua (National University of Singapore)
3. Southeast Asia through the eyes of Muslims from China: Diasporic Networks in the Twentieth Century
HYEJU Jeong (Duke University)
4. Historical links of Chinese migrant communities along the eastern coast of the Bay of Bengal in the nineteenth century
LI Yi (Nanyang Technological University)
Discussant: FEENER Michael (National University of Singapore)
PANEL 2.03
13-Dec12.50-15.50510PAWLIK, Alfred The first colonizers of Island Southeast Asia and the Pacific
1. Late Pleistocene lifestyle adaptive to the island in Okinawa
FUJITA Masaki (Okinawa Prefectural Museum and Art Museum), Shinji YAMASAKI (Okinawa Prefectural Museum and Art Museum), Chiaki KATAGIRI (Okinawa Prefectural Museum and Art Museum), and Yousuke KAIFU (National Museum of Nature and Science)
2. Re-evaluation of the association of stone-tools with the Philippine megafauna from new fieldwork in the Kalinga-Apayao region (Luzon Island)
INGICCO Thomas (University of the Philippines), A. Castro (National Museum of the Philippines), J. de Vos (Naturalis Biodiversity Center, Netherlands), G. van den Bergh (University of Wollongong), K. Manalo (University of the Philippines, Philippines), N. Amano (Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle Paris), C. Jago-On (National Museum of the Philippines), G. Lyras (University of Athens, Greece)
3. Question of the first Ryukyu islanders
KAIFU Yousuke (National Museum of Nature and Science)
4. Ecological modelling as a means of determining the environmental impacts of human migration through Wallacea
LOUYS Julien (Australian National University), Shimona Kealy, and Sue O'CONNOR (Australian National University)
5. Past and Future Paradigms in East and Southeast Asian Prehistory
POPE, Geoffrey (William Paterson University), Johan Kamminga (Australian National University), and Ben Marwick (University of Washington)
6. Human foraging strategies following first settlement in the Wallacean islands of east Nusa Tengarra
O'CONNOR Sue, Stuart Hwakins, Sofia Samper Carro, and Julien Louys (Australian National University)
7. The First Colonizations and Maritime Networks in Northern Maluku Islands during the late Pleistocene and Holocene
ONO Rintaro, Fadhila Aziz, Adhi Agus Oktaviana, Nurachman Iriyanto, and TANAKA Kazuhiro (Tokai University)
8. Early Islanders and Maritime Voyages in the Terminal Pleistocene and Early Holocene
PAWLIK Alfred (University of the Philippines)
9. Early Occupation in Sahul – a view from the North
SUMMERHAYES Glenn R. (University of Otago, New Zealand) and Judith Field (University of New South Wales)
PANEL 2.04
13-Dec09.30-11.30509Kathrina bte DP Haji Mohd DaudInclusion and Exclusion in South East Asia: Marginalization, Identity, and the State
1. Persuasion versus coercion in Indonesia's responses to its militant threats
Paul J Carnegie (Institute of Asian Studies, Universiti Brunei Darussalam)
2. New wave Malay film makers and the New Malaysian Cinema: a discourse on agency and counter-narrations of the nation
Zawawi Ibrahim (Institute of Asian Studies, Universiti Brunei Darussalam)
3. Writing from the margins: deconstructing symbols of authority in Bruneian writing
Kathrina bte DP Haji Mohd Daud (Institute of Asian Studies, Universiti Brunei Darussalam)
4. Malay literature: an alternative documentation of Social History
Annaliza Binte Bakri (National University of Singapore)
PANEL 2.05
13-Dec12.50-15.50501BAKER, Christopher Knowledge and Sensibility in the Literature and Performance of Early Mainland Southeast Asia
1. Heroism and Knowledge in 15th-Century Siam: The Messages in Epic Poetry
BAKER Christopher (Chulalongkorn University) and Phongpaichit, Pasuk (Chulalongkorn University)
2. The Catalog in Lilit Phra Law: More Than Just a Literary Device?
Bickner, Robert (University of Wisconsin Madison)
3. Ethnic Categories and Political Knowledge in Early Modern Thai and Muang Verse
Reeder, Matthew (Cornell University)
4. Telling 'Virtue' Through Tales and Ritual Dances: Common Themes in Nora of Southern Thailand, Mak Yong of Malaysia, and Barong of Bali
Satyawadhna, Cholthira (Walailak University) and Sripaoraya, Kanit (Univeriti Malaysia Kelantan)
5. Music and Dance in Pre-colonial Cambodia
Suppya, Helene Nut (Leiden University; INALCO, Paris; Universität zu Köln, Cologne)
6. People make their own world: Folktale as conceptions of the world and life of ordinary people in Cambodia
BUAKAMSRI Thibodi (University of California, Berkeley)
PANEL 2.06
13-Dec09.30-11.30552SHIN Jae HyeokRegional Integration of East Asia
1. Domestic origins of rising nationalism in East Asia: evidence from Japan
SHIN Jae Hyeok (Korea University)
2. Foundation of regional integration: common or divergent interests?
LEE Yong Wook (Korea University)
3. ASEAN centrality and regional integration of East Asia
KIM Hyung Jong (Yonsei University)
PANEL 2.07
13-Dec12.50-14.50509Eduardo Tadem Land conflicts and struggle in rural Southeast Asia
1. Philippine Tourism Zones: For Tourists Only (Peasants Not Allowed)
Hazel Mercado Dizon (University of the Philippines, Diliman)
2. [Re]Creating the Lived Experiences of Women in a Struggle for Agrarian Reform in Hacienda Luisita
Lodigario Jr., Ani Rigor (Philippine Business for Education, Inc.)
3. Reaction of a Peri-Urban Community Against Agricultural Land Appropriation for Urban Expansion of Hanoi City
Binh Thi Thanh Nguyen (Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences)
4. The Use of History in Legal Battles with the Malaysian State
Sandra Khor Manickam (Nanyang Technological University)
5. The Role of Local Customary Law in Nature Conservation in the Sirisori Islam Village, Saparua Island, Central Mollucas, Indonesia
Mukhlish Jamal Musa Holle (Hokkaido University)
PANEL 2.08
13-Dec09.30-11.30554MIENO FumiharuNew Phase of Economic Growth in Southeast Asia
1. Growth Structure, Changing Rent Channel and Financial System in Thailand in 2000s
MIENO Fumiharu (CSEAS, Kyoto University)
2. Alternative growth model of East Asia, from Export-oriented one to Regional demand-led growth model
MIZUNO Kosuke (CSEAS, Kyoto University)
3. Development of the Philippines Economy and Soft Power International Networks
Cayetano Paderanga (University of the Philippines)
4. Sources of post-MFA Productivity Change in the Cambodian Garment Industry
VIXATHEP Souksavanh (Kyoto University)
5. Economic governance: what can we learn from the experiences of Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines?
MIKAMO Shingo (Shinshu University)
PANEL 2.09
13-Dec12.50-14.50555Villa VilaithongCommunity Context of development and its (dis)contents
1. In Their Shoes: An "Underground" Network of Shoemakers in The Philippines’ Footwear Capital
Concepcion Lagos (University of Asia and the Pacific)
2. Street Vendors and Networks: Adaptation in Bangkok
Niti Pawakapan (Chulalongkorn University)
3. Role of Credit Union in Capital Formation in Rural West Kalimantan
Pujo Semedi Hargo Yuwono (Gadjah Mada University)
4. Pagsanda in Sulu: Informal Credit and Conflict Risks in the Southern Philippines
Jamail Abdul Kamlian (Mindanao State University, Iligan Institute of Technology)
5. Rationalizing The Irrational: Evidence-informed Policy Making in the Context of A Decentralized Philippine State
Anne Lan Kagahastian Candelaria (Ateneo de Manila University)
PANEL 2.10
13-Dec15.00-17.00663Padawangi Rita Expanding Environmental Consciousness through Multi-Scalar Movements in Urban Asia
1. Progressive Cities from the Grassroots Versus Corporate Cities as Engines of Growth: Alternative Prospects for Human and Planetary Flourishing in the Anthropocene
Mike Douglass (Asia Research Institute/Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore)
2. Between Infrastructure and Eviction: Feeling Future Politics in a Thai City
Eli Elinoff (Asia Research Institute/Department of Sociology, National University of Singapore)
3. Reclaiming the River: Multiple Discourses of Social Movements and Urban Projects
Rita Padawangi (Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore)
4. Reconstructing Landscapes, Townscapes and Lifescapes: 'Re-Mooring' after Disaster in Japan
Tyson Vaughan (Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore)
PANEL 2.11
13-Dec09.30-11.30IMATSUBAYASHI KozoClimate Change and adaptations in the region
1. The impacts of climate change on food security and how ASEAN deals with this issue
Kanyakarn Sathiansukon (Suan Dusit Rajabhat University)
2. Impact of climate change on rainfall extremes in Thailand
CHENG Ke-Sheng, et al. (National Taiwan University)
3. Weather science for cash-crop colonial economy: agricultural meteorology in the Philippines, 1880s-1930s
ALVAREZ, Kerby Clado (University of the Philippines, Diliman)
4. Introduction of scientific knowledge through visual means: a study of "Farmers’ rainfall measuring club" in Indramayu, West Java
ARIEFIANSYAH, Rhino (Universitas Indonesia)
5. An application of supply chain analyses to assess indirect vulnerability to climate change: an assessment of the energy supply chain of Metro Manila
TAN Marion Lara Ledesma (Ateneo de Manila University)
PANEL 2.12
13-Dec15.00-17.00103Pram SounsamutRe-representing Arts: the Transformation from Arts to Arts
1. Food and Passion: Food as a Representing Emotion of love in narrative
Pram Sounsamut (Chulalongkorn University)
2. The Representation of Ramakien Bas-reliefs and the Verse Describing at Phra Chetuphon Temple: The Meaning and Significance in Buddhist Context
Thaneerat Jatuthasri (Chulalongkorn University)
3. The “Beautification” of Thai Literature scenes in Masterpiece Handicrafts: A case study on Royal masterpieces showcasing in the exhibition ‘Arts of the Kingdom’ at Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall
Vannaporn Phongpheng (Mahidol University)
4. Earth Art and Nature Imagery in Pin Sasao’s Green Poetry
Keerati Dhanachai (Mahasarakham University)
PANEL 2.13
13-Dec15.00-17.00IISHIKAWA Noboru Disaster and Community Resilience
1. Kinahrejo: the hamlet lost of the 2010 Merapi eruption
SURYANDARI Ratanawati Yuni (Universiti Utara Malaysia; Esa Unggul University)
2. Picturing women’s disaster governance: participatory photography in the Philippines
CAI, Yanjun (University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa; University of the Philippines, Diliman)
3. Assessing the effectiveness of the decentralization policy on disaster risk reduction and management: the case of Hagonoy, Bulacan, Philippines
ASPIRAS Kristine Follosco and SANTIAGO Arlene de Regla (University of the Philippines)
4. After the 2011 floods: is Bangkok just as vulnerable to future floods?
MARKS Danny (University of Sydney)
5. Epizootics and the animal disease control campaign as disasters: Filipino vulnerability to livestock contagions and colonial policies, 1899-1934contagions and colonial policies, 1899-1934
DELA CRUZ, Arleigh Ross D (De La Salle University, Manila)
PANEL 2.14
13-Dec09.30-11.30555KANCHOOCHAT, Veerayooth The Politics of Ideas and State Transformation
1. Liberalization of What? Revisiting the Philippine "Liberalization" Policy in the 1960s
TAKAGI Yusuke (National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies)
2. A Leftist Revolution by Anti-communistic Military: 1962 Coup D'etat in Myanmar through Politics of Ideas
NAKANISHI Yoshihiro (CSEAS, Kyoto University)
3. Capacity without Priority? Thailand's Technocratic Prioritization and Its Developmental Path
KANCHOOCHAT Veerayooth (National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies)
4. Crony Capitalism, People Power, and (Anti-) Developmentalism in and beyond the Philippines: The 1986 EDSA Revolt as Event and Explanation
HAU Caroline (CSEAS, Kyoto University)
1. SUEHIRO Akira (University of Tokyo)
2. TSUNEKAWA Keiichi (National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies)
PANEL 2.15
13-Dec12.50-14.50IAnthony REIDTrade and Environment in Early Modern Southeast Asia
1. War and environment in Eastern Eurasia during the century of warfare, c. 1550-1683
SUN Laichen (California State University, Fullerton)
2. Black gold: pepper cultivation and climate variability in Camarines and Tayabas (Southern Luzon), Philippines, 1781-1801
James WARREN (Murdoch University)
3. Trade and environment in Central Vietnam's age of commerce
Tana Li (Australian National University)
4. Deforestation and sugar Industry in East Banten and the Ommelanden of Batavia in the late eighteenth century
OTA Atsushi (Hiroshima University)
PANEL 2.16
13-Dec12.50-15.20665MIZUNO Kosuke Business Network and Entrepreneurship in historical perspective
1. Between Silver and Opium: The edible bird's nest trade in the late 18th century global economy
PHAM Ya Moi (Binghamton University)
2. Radix China and Putchock of India: Herbal exchange around maritime Asia via the VOC during the 17th century
CHENG Weichung (Academica Sinica)
3. The Chinese Businesses in Decolonizing Indonesia and Vietnam, 1930s-1960s
PHAM Van Thuy (Vietnam National University, Hanoi)
4. Development Strategies of British North Borneo Chartered Company, 1882-1940: The Court of Directors and the Meetings of Shareholders
TSUZUKI Kazuko (Senior Overseas Volunteer Associates)
5. A Commodity Boom Deferred?: Oil Palm and the Developmental State in Late Colonial Malaya, 1918-1957
ZBRIGER Brian (Binghamton University)
6. The Flow of Western brand-name Goods to South Vietnam in the 1960s: The Role of the South Vietnam Commercial Banking system
PHAM Thi Hong Ha (Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences)
PANEL 2.17
13-Dec09.30-11.30104Setijadi, CharlotteBeyond Fixed Geographies: Diaspora and alternative conceptions of Southeast Asia (1)
1. Remembering the Cold War: Indonesian Communist Exile and China
Taomo Zhu (Nanyang Technological University)
2. Happy Reunion or Dangerous Liaisons? China Rising and Its Implications for Ethnic Chinese Communities in Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand
SETIJADI Charlotte (Nanyang Technological University)
3. Of States, Markets, and Networks: The PRC and the Ethnic Chinese in Southeast Asia
VAN DONGEN Els (Nanyang Technological University)
4. Bridging China and Indonesia: The Role of Chinese Organizations in Shaping New Diasporic Identities
DAWIS Aimee (University of Indonesia)
5. New Chinese Migration to Southeast Asia: Comparative Perspectives From Singapore and Indonesia
HERLIJANTO Johanes (Bina Nusantara University, Jakarta)
6. Culture and Commerce: China’s Soft Power Initiative in Thailand
TUNGKEUNKUNT Kornphanat (Thammasat University)
Discussant: LIU Hong (Nanyang Technological University)
PANEL 2.18
13-Dec12.50-14.50104Setijadi, CharlotteBeyond Fixed Geographies: Diaspora and alternative conceptions of Southeast Asia (2)
1. Ethnic Indian Film Producers in Indonesia
BARKER Thomas (University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus)
2. Differentiating Diasporas: ‘Indian’ as ethnic resource
KATHIRAVELU Laavanya (Nanyang Technological University)
3. Migration system and diasporic identity: Indonesian domestic workers in Hong Kong
PALMER Wayne (City University of Hong Kong)
4. Beyond Ethnic Economy: Entrepreneurship, Community Building, and Politic Recognition of Indonesian Migrant in Taiwan
YUNIARTO Paulus Rudolf (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
5. Religious Capability and Civil Engagement of Indonesian Muslim Youth in Taiwan
CHIOU Syuan-yuan (National Chengchi University)
PANEL 2.19
13-Dec15.00-17.00JOKAMOTO MasaakiWomen and politics in the region
1. Gender and ‘Development’: What do ‘empowerment’ and ‘security’ mean to women beneficiaries of economic development projects in Mekong countries? (Focus on Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar and Viet Nam)
DONEYS Philippe H. (Gender and Development Studies, Asian Institute of Technology)
2. Gender, ‘Development’ and Social Protection: How can women’s organizations respond to inter-community conflict in Mekong countries? (Focus on Thailand and Myanmar)
BURANAJAROENKIJ, Duanghathai (Mahidol University) and Donna L. Doane (Asian Institute of Technology)
3. Political Women in Asia: Comparative Study of Myanmar and Thailand
SUMANASRETHAKUL Pannin (ASEAN and Asia Studies Center (AASC); National
4. The distant relationship of women’s civil society organizations (CSOs) and political parties in post-Suharto Indonesia
PERDANA Aditya (University of Indonesia)
5. The Power of One: Lawmaker Lee Jasmine's "Politics of Representation" in the National Assembly of Korea
SUH Jiwon (Institute for East Asian Studies, Sogang University)
PANEL 2.20
13-Dec09.30-11.30103Paul KratoskaWriting for Publication: What Editors Look for, and Common Mistakes by Authors (2)
1. Paul Kratoska (Publishing Director, NUS Press; Editor, Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society; Former Editor, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies)
2. Robert Chard (Managing Editor, International Journal of Asian Studies)
3. Janus Isaac Nolasco (Managing Editor, Asian Studies)
PANEL 2.21
13-Dec12.50-14.50552SURYOMENGGOLO JafarLeftist writings in Southeast Asia: New insights and reinterpretations on official history
1. Brothers (1962): Jose Mutomoa Sison's early poetry
GUILLERMO Ramon (University of the Philippines, Diliman)
2. Words and the World: University and Polytechnic Student Activists in Singapore, 1945-75
LOH Kah Seng (Sogang University)
3. Literary Ethics and Citizenship in Jin Zhimang's Hunger
SHOW Ying Xin (Nanyang Technological University)
4. Gender, Politics and Leftist Literature: Rereading Rukiah's literary works
WIRAWAN Yerry (Sanata Dharma University)
5. Rereading Jit Phumisak under Thailand's current political situation
CHONLAWORN Piyada (Ritsumeikan University)
PANEL 2.22
13-Dec15.00-17.00664CHANG YounghoCooperative Competition, Governance, Strategic Engagement, and Trust in Southeast Asia
1. A Seamless ASEAN for Mobilities, Connectivity and Exchanges: Energy Market Integration and Cooperative Competition
CHANG Youngho (Nanyang Technological University)
2. Governing the Mekong River: Rise of China and the Prospectus for a Basin-wide Approach to a Shared Lifeline
HAN Heejin (National University of Singapore)
3. Foreign Policy Realignment: Japan's Strategic Hedging through Reengagement with Southeast Asia
Nagy Stephen (International Christian University, Tokyo)
4. The political economy of energy resources between China and ASEAN states: opportunity and challenge
ZHAO Siyang and ZHANG Zhenjiang (Jinan University)
5. The progress and prospect of the Greater Mekong sub-regional cooperation
LIU Zhi (Yunnan University)
PANEL 2.23
13-Dec09.30-11.30662HAYAMI YokoSocial and cultural foundations of care in rural Southeast Asia
1. Socialist legacy in gender and care policies: Focusing on rural Vietnam
TRAN Thi Minh Thi (Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences)
2. Ideology of relatedness: Social pressures on the elderly living alone in contemporary rural Vietnam
KATO Atsufumi (University of Tokyo)
3. Living together under separate roofs: changing practices of relatedness and care in a Thai Karen village
HAYAMI Yoko (CSEAS, Kyoto University)
4. Community care in the Tai Lue village in Nan
BABA Yuji (Kyoto Bunkyo University)
5. Overseas Filipino Workers, Retired and Back Home
HOSODA Naomi (Kagawa University)
PANEL 2.24
13-Dec12.50-14.50662CARASCO Arze Glipo Understanding Land and Resource Grabbing: Implications for Policy and Governance
1. REDD, Forest Grab and Implications on IP and Forest Dwellers' Rights
CARASCO Arze Glipo (Asia Pacific Network for Food Sovereignty)
2. Global Trends in Land and Resource Grabbing
ABAN Ananeza (Integrated Rural Development Foundation)
3. Hydropower dams, water grabbing and their impacts on communities' livelihood living in downstream areas.
Hoang Hao Tra My (Center for Social Research and Development, Vietnam)
4. Critical examination of resources grabbing (land and minerals) and violence in the Philippines: Resistance and instrumental adaptation in Mindanao and Palawan
CAOUETTE Dominique (Université de Montréal)
PANEL 2.25
13-Dec15.00-17.00104Anthony MILNERFurther dialogue with the disciplines
1. From Southeast Asia studies to ASEAN studies: the paradoxes of regional history education
AGUILAR, Filomeno (Ateneo de Manila University)
2. Is culture to nature like inside to outside in Southeast Asia?
Guido Sprenger (Heidelberg University)
3. Contest in the South China Sea: shared histories?
Reynaldo Ileto (S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies)
4. Southeast Asian identities in international relations
Anthony Milner (ISIS Malaysia, Australian National University)
PANEL 2.26
13-Dec09.30-11.30663NISHIBUCHI Mitsuaki Rural Alternatives in Southeast Asia
1. Changing Mutual Cooperation of Rural Households: Case Study of Social Capital in a Village in Northern Shan State, Myanmar
Ralph Gust-Frenger (Peng LeFu) (National Chi Nan University)
2. Challenge of Fair Trade: A Survival Strategy of the Rural Poor in the Philippines
OTA Kazuhiro (Kobe University)
3. A Tale of Two Farmers’ Movements in Thailand
PHATHARATHANANUNTH Somchai (Mahasarakham University)
4. Engendering struggles over forest and local-national dynamics of REDD+ in the Central Highlands of Vietnam
PHAN Phuong Hao (Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences)
PANEL 2.27
13-Dec12.50-14.50JIkrar Nusa BhaktiEthnic relations and Politics in contemporary Southeast Asia
1. Inter-ethnic relationships in Myanmar: how do ethnic Chinese in Mandalay perceive anti-Chinese manifestations?
PENG Ni-Ni (National Chi Nan University)
2. Derailing violence to peace: the role of government’s compassionate elites and rebel’s civil elites in Aceh conflict
TAMBUNAN Edwin Martua Bangun (Flinders University)
3. Songs of self-definition: the Ata amid land conflict, murder, and aim for peace
MUYCO Maria Christine Macainan (University of the Philippines)
4. Nation and bodies re-imagined: hygiene campaigns, nation building and biopolitics in Post-war Peninsular Malaysia
Por Heong Hong (School of Social Sciences Universiti Sains Malaysia)
PANEL 2.28
13-Dec12.50-14.50103SAKAMOTO Ryota Family and transnational kinship
1. ‘Kachin’ and ‘Karen’ children in Tokyo: Issues of Identity and Cultural Transference Amongst Myanmar Minority Children
DUNCAN Simon (Independent)
2. Academic South East Asian women: International mobility and career paths
Therese Nguyen Thi Phuong Tam (National University of Timor Loro Sae, Dili)
3. Who marries whom: development, social change, and marriage pairing patterns in Indonesia
UTOMO Ariane (Australian National University)
4. Care, intra-and inter-generational relationship of Korean adolescents of low-income families who have "foreign bride" stepmothers
KIM Jeehun (Inha University)
5. Family resilience in transnational settings: Japanese women in Southeast Asian-Japanese marriages
THANG Leng Leng (National University of Singapore) and Mika Toyota (Rikkyo University)
PANEL 2.29
13-Dec09.30-11.30KKOZAN OsamuTransboundary environmental issues in South East Asia
1. Tropical peatland fire and carbon dioxide emissions in Southeast Asia
MITSURU Osaki (Hokkaido University)
2. Transboundary Pollution and South East Asian Haze
QUAH Euston (Nanyang Technological University)
3. Physical climatology of Indonesian maritime continent: an overview to comprehend observational studies
YAMANAKA Manabu (Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, JAMSTEC)
4. 4. Sustainable rehabilitation of tropical peat swamp forest ecosystem
Haris Gunawan (Riau University, Indonesia)
5. Slash-and-burn in Indonesia: environmental and social outcomes beyond borders
ISLAM Md Saidul (Nanyang Technological University)
PANEL 2.30
13-Dec12.50-14.50663ENDO TamakiSoutheast Asian mega-cities at the crossroads? : Urban dynamics, economic disparities and political conflict
1. Southeast Asian mega-cities at the crossroad?
ENDO Tamaki (Saitama University)
2. Politics of a “Sandwich City”: Governing the multinational social multilayers in Bangkok
AIZAWA Nobuhiro (Kyushu University)
3. Politics of Urban Informality: From the Perspective of Everyday Security Practice of the Urban Poor in Metro Manila
KUSAKA Wataru (Nagoya University)
4. From Discourse to Action: Hanoi as a Post-Socialist Entrepreneurial City?
TRAN Thi Mai Thoa (Independent)
5. ‘Safe City’ policies and mobile retail: realities and responses from street vendors in Bangkok and Istanbul
BOONJUBUN, Chaitawat (University of Helsinki)
PANEL 2.31
13-Dec15.00-17.00509LEE, Cheuk YinFostering Biculturalism/ Multiculturalism: The Transformation of Cultural and Religious Organizations in Singapore and Malaysia
1. National Hero as Local God: The Worship of the Guan Di in Singapore, Malaysia and Vietnam
LEE, Cheuk Yin (National University of Singapore)
2. Migrating Gods: The City God in China and Singapore
TONG Chee Kiong (Universiti Brunei Darussalam)
3. Fostering Biculturalism: The Nanyang Confucian Association of Singapore
CHAN Ying Kit (Princeton University)
PANEL 2.32
13-Dec09.30-11.30664SATO JinResource Politics in Southeast Asia: History and Contemporary Policy Challenges
1. Mining and the politics of growth in the Philippines
NEM SINGH Jewellord (University of Sheffield)
2. Letting resources go: under-use of the rice terraces in Japanese rural area
ASADA Rei (Shinshu University)
3. Resource administration in Southeast Asia: a comparison
SATO Jin (University of Tokyo)
4. Chinese energy resource "grab" in Southeast Asia, its impact and implications: Case study of Myanmar and Indonesia
HONG Zhao (ISEAS, Singapore)
5. Dependency and energy security: the case of Southeast Asian countries
Kamonphorn Kanchana (Kyoto University)
PANEL 2.33
13-Dec12.50-14.50KHSIAO, Hsin-Huang Michael Confucius Institutes in Southeast Asia: A Critical Assessment
1. Trade, Investment and China's Bilateral Cultural Ties: A Survey of Confucius Institutes in Southeast Asia
HSIAO Hsin-Huang Michael (Academia Sinica) and CHEN Ian Tsung-Yen (National Chengchi University)
2. Bilateralizing Confucius Institutes between China and Southeast Asia: A Typological Analysis
HSIAO Hsin-Huang Michael (Academia Sinica) and YANG, Alan Hao (National Chengchi University)
3. Confucius Institute in Vietnam: An Inside Story
NGUYEN Van Chinh (Vietnam National University, Hanoi)
4. Confucius Institutes in Thailand: Why Thailand Embraces China's Soft Power Initiatives?
NON Naprathansuk (Maejo University)
PANEL 2.34
13-Dec09.30-11.30665Bong Sovath and Satoru KOBAYASHINew Approaches to the Research and Preservation of Cambodian Cultural Heritage
1. New Approach and Vision of Cambodia for Enriching Human Resource in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Experts
Mourn Sopheap (Royal University of Fine Arts)
2. New Approach on Inventory and Management of Cambodian Antiquities
Kong Vireak (Royal University of Fine Arts)
3. New Approach in Formulating Legal Tools on Protection and Management of Cambodian Cultural Heritage
Theng Penhrith ((Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts)
4. Archaeological Sites Inventory in Cambodia
Phann Nady (Royal University of Fine Arts)
5. New Study to the History of Cambodia
Prak Sonnara (Royal University of Fine Arts)
6. The New Approach to the Preservation and the Promotion of Cambodian Cultural Heritage
Long Ponnasirivath (Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts)
PANEL 2.35
13-Dec12.50-14.50664WONGSURAT WasanaHistoricizing Diasporic, Creolized and Mestizo Chinese Societies in Southeast Asia: William Skinner's Overseas Chinese Acculturation Thesis and Beyond
1. Going beyond Chinese Society in Thailand: Contrasting representations of the Chinese Diaspora in Bangkok and Udon
WONGSURAT Wasana (Chulalongkorn University)
2. Inter-marriage, Inheritance, and the reproduction of the Peranakan Chinese elite in Nineteenth Century Java
SENG Guo-Quan (University of Chicago)
3. Co-opting Empire: The Formation of Chinese Mestizo’s Militia of the Royal Prince in Manila, 1767-1786
DE LLOBET Ruth (National University of Singapore)
PANEL 2.36
13-Dec15.00-17.00662Yu, Hope SabanpanLiterary environmentalism in the Filipino experiences
1. The fiction of Maria Kabigon
GABALES Joanalyn Papel (University of the Philippines, Cebu)
2. Anticipated arguments
POLINAR Raphael Dean (University of San Carlos)
3. A new field of possibilities in Cebuano poetry
YU Hope Sabanpan (University of San Carlos)
PANEL 2.37
13-Dec09.30-11.30510Suwannakij, SingSubjection and Subversion: Rethinking Antagonisms in Thai History, Literature and Society
1. Rethinking Thai History and Self: the Ontology of Image and Time
Suwannakij, Sing (Chiang Mai University)
2. Shock of Global Capitalism and Social Imagination of Burmese Worker in Suwannaphumi International Airport
Nakai Senjo (Chulalongkorn University)
3. Change and Resistance in the Representation of Isan in Thai Short Stories, 2008-2013
FEANGFU Janit (Chiang Mai University)
4. All that glitters: craft, decoration and queer aesthetics in the art of Jakkai Siributr
CURTIN Brian Anthony (Bangkok University)
PANEL 2.38
1. Soccer, Power, Popular Culture, and Thai Masculinity
Wasan Panyagaew (Chiang Mai University)
2. Football in Siam around the Turn of the Twentieth Century: Social Classes, Civilities, and Masculinities
Charn Panarut (University of Sydney)
3. The Militarist Masculine Foundations of the Southeast Asian Games in the Context of the Cold War
Simon Creak (University of Melbourne)
PANEL 2.39
13-Dec15.00-17.00555NAVARRA, Nappy LacorteEcological Structure of Batad Rice Terraces' Community Adaptation
1. Analysis of the cultural landscape dynamics forming the Ifugao community of Batad Rice Terraces
NADAL Cathe Desiree Suan (University of the Philippines)
2. Taking shape: the evolution, transformation & adaptation responses of the modern Batad “Bale”
BELGA Marie Edraline Bantuan (University of the Philippines)
3. Analysis of the ecological structure of the Batad Rice Terraces
NAVARRA Nappy Lacorte (University of the Philippines)
PANEL 2.40


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