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Department of Asian Studies | Centre for Indo-Pacific Studies | Metropolitan University Prague

CONTEMPORARY ISSUES AND TRENDS IN SOUTH, SOUTHEAST AND EAST ASIAN SOCIETIES 8th Annual Prague Conference on Asian Studies

11 November 2016

Metropolitan University Prague, Prokopova 16, Prague 3 – Žižkov Program: 8:30-9:00 Registration and Morning Coffee 9:00-9:15 Welcome Speech (room 201) 9:15-10:45 Keynote Speeches (room 201) Speaking for Myself: Women’s Writing in Asia | (Malashri Lal, English Advisory Board of the Sahitya Akademi) Unpacking Contentious Politics: Southeast Asian Fieldwork Experiences | (Duncan McCargo, University of Leeds) 10:45-11:00 Coffee Break 11:00-12:30 Panel I – India: Communities and Groups at the Margin I (room 201) Trafficking in India: International Mandates over Local Realities | (Geraldine Forbes, State University of New York Oswego) Mental Health and Education in India: From Rabindranath Tagore to Today’s Problems | (Christine Kupfer, Edinburgh Napier University)

Mothers at the Margin in Mahasweta Debi’s Short Stories | (Blanka Knotkova-Capkova, Metropolitan University Prague) Panel II – China’s Impact on Security in East and Southeast Asia (room 202) Ideological Foundations of the Chinese Communist Party’s Foreign Policy in Contemporary Perspective | (Bartozs Kowalski, University of Lodz)

China’s Geopolitical Strategy in East Asia and Regional Problems for the Weaker Economies: a Case of the Philippines | (Francisco Falsetti Xavier, Jilin University, China)

China’s Hydropolitics of the Mekong River Basin | (Michale Zareba, University of Lodz) Slaves of Hydro-Illusionary Truth – Rethinking Hydropower Development in the Mekong River Basin (Richard Grunwald, Metropolitan University Prague)

12:30-13:30 Lunch 13:30-15:00 Panel III – India: Communities and Groups at the Margin (room 201) Rivalry, Neutrality or Cooperation: the Dalit Movement in Contemporary Tamil Nadu | (Pavel Hons, Czech Oriental Institute) The Kotas: From a „Primitive“ Tribe to the Modern Citizens. The Tribal Group in the Process of Transformation | (Sona Bendikova, Charles University, Metropolitan University Prague)

Indigenous (Adivasi) Communities’ Demand for a Separate, Officially Recognized Religion in India (Radhika Borde, Metropolitan University Prague)

Panel IV – Contemporary Foreign Policy of Japan (room 202) In the Land of Working Poor – Neoliberalism, Institutional Change and Social Exclusion in Contemporary Japan |

(Jan Sykora, Charles University, Metropolitan University Prague) Contemporary Challenges to Japan’s Foreign Policy | (Toru Furugori, Counselor, Japanese Embassy in the Czech Republic) Collective Self-Defense and Japan’s Incrementalism | (Michal Kolmas, Metropolitan University Prague)

15:00-15:30 Coffee Break 15:30-17:00 Panel V – Human Security and Environmental Politics in Southeast Asia (room 201) Climate Change in the Philippines: Paradoxical Relationship among Ecology, Grassroots Society and Political Administration | (Luzile Satur, Passau University) Human Security in Malaysia, Philippines and Cambodia | (Alzbeta Kiganda Smith, Metropolitan University Prague) A Human Security Assessment of Papua New Guinea: from the Perspective of Policy | (Dominik Cholewski, University of Lodz) Dispossession, Incorporation and Resistence: Gendered Experiences and Responses to Oil Palm Plantation Development | Rosa de Vos (Wageningen University) and Izabela Stacewicz (University of Reading)

Panel VI – Contemporary Security Issues in East Asia (room 202) Hybrid Warfare and its Occurrence in East and Southeast Asia | (Jan Blinka, Masaryk University) Beijing‘s Activity on South China Sea and Reaction of International Community – a New Area of Conflict in Contemporary SinoJapanese Relations | (Marcin Socha, University of Lodz) Security Cooperation of Japan and Vietnam in the South China Sea | (Maria Strasakova, Metropolitan University Prague) 18:30-21:00 Dinner for Panelists and Invited Guests

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