2019 Accepted Panels and Roundtables

The following panels and roundtables have been accepted for the 2019 Conference at Saitama University.
(In alphabetical order by the organizer’s last name)

PANELS
Baudinette, Thomas, Macquarie University
Pornography as Sexual Education in Japan: Case Studies of Men’s Consumption of Pornographic texts

Berndt, Jaqueline, Stockholm University
Approaching Anime: Mediating Disciplines and Region

Biontino, Juljan, Chiba University
Transforming Taboos: Challenging Hegemonic Prohibitions in Japan’s Past and Present

Bjoerk, Tove, Saitama University
Asian Heroes – Transmitting the Narratives of the Three Kingdoms

Browne, Jyana S., University of Maryland
Embodying Performance, Performing Embodiment: Corporealities of Japanese Cultural Production

Busbarat, Pongphisoot, Chulalongkorn University
Under the Dragon’s Shadow: China’s Influence in the Asia-Pacific and Regional Responses.

Chong, Ki-In, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
The Imagined others: The Representations of China and Japan in Korean Writings from the Early Modern to the Contemporary

Chun, Jayson M, University of Hawaii – West Oahu
Popular Culture and Transnational Fandoms in East Asia

Domier, Sharon H., University of Massachusetts Amherst
Tossing Out Tired Stereotypes: Picture Books, Graphic Novels and a New Way of Looking at Japan in the Undergraduate Classroom

Eteve, Riza Manalo, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University
Faith, Public Space, and Technology: Strategies of Filipino Migrants towards Social Inclusion and Belonging

Gong, Lina, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
China-ASEAN cooperation in Non-Traditional Security Issues

Gordon, Kim Hunter, Duke Kunshan University
Defining Space in East Asian Ritual and Performance

Guarini, Letizia, Ochanomizu University
Reading Resistance: Japanese Women Writers and the Reproduction of the Hetero-Normative Nation-State

Hoo, Chiew-Ping, National University of Malaysia
Mitigating risks and threats in Northeast Asia: the role of Japan and Korea

Kang, Inhye, Wonkwang University
Subalterns in the Colonial Korean and Migration

Kawamura, Noriko, Washington State University
Preservation of the National Polity in Prewar, Wartime, and Postwar Japan

Knott, Jeffrey, Stanford University
Moto no mi ni shite: The Anti-Symbolism of Japanese Poetics

Kolodziej, Magdalena, Duke University
Modern Art History of East Asia in the Digital Age: Collaborations beyond National Borders

Kubo, Mariko, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
The Transmission of Information and the Space of Speech in Modern China: The Historical Meaning of the Official Bulletins and the Journals published in the late Qing and the Republican China

Lai, Huang-wen, Wake Forest University
Making Landscapes: Refiguring Subjectivity, Nationality, and Narrativity in (Post-)Colonial Spaces

Lavelle, Isabelle, Waseda University
Shaping Literatures. Translation and Circulation Between Japan and the West in the First Half of the Twentieth-Century

McDowell, Kevin, University of Oregon
Religion and Recreation in Greater Taishō Japan

Mirsalis, Dana, Harvard University
Listening in Good Faith: Ethnography of Contemporary Japanese Religions

Mitchell, Matthew, Allegheny College
A Place to Practice: Space and Place in Japanese Religions

Nishino, Ryota, The University of the South Pacific
Re-Engaging with Papua New Guinea during the Asia-Pacific War: Views from Japan, Australia and Papua New Guinea

Qiao, Mina, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
Isn’t That Spatial? Imaginative Uses of Space in Japanese Narrative and Visual Arts

Saaler, Sven, Sophia University
Social Memory and War Commemoration During the Occupation of Japan, 1945-1952

Sala, Emanuela, SOAS, University of London
What do We talk About When We Talk About Kami? Medieval Formations of Kami Identities

Shimizu, Akira, Wilkes University
The Possibilities of Commoners: The Role and Significance of “People” in Japanese History

Spang, Christian W., Daito Bunka University
Shanghai Exile in History and Story

Strippoli, Roberta, Binghamton University (SUNY)
Reinterpreting, Retelling, Reimagining the Heike monogatari

Suzuki, Wakako, Bard College: Intersectionality and Beyond
The Politics of the Gendered Body in Imperial Japan

Tombari, Federico, Kobe University
An Alternative Arena: Creation, Change and Diffusion of Norms in the Sino-Japanese Rivalry

Truscott, Danica, University of California, Los Angeles
Female Authorship, Readership, and Reception of Premodern Japanese Literature

Yang, Xin, Macalester College
Chinese Masculinity and Femininity Re-Imagined: Transnationality, Technology and State Control

ROUNDTABLES:
Koyama, Shukuko, Waseda University
Introducing Performing Arts to Teaching Histories and Conflict Resolution in Asia: Pedagogical aotes.

Winstanley-Chesters, Robert, University of Leeds
Imagined Futures: Spaces, Places, Architectures of Pyongyang & North Korea