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Session 1: Globalization and Regionalization of Higher Education in East Asia:Challenges between Competition and Collaboration
Discourse of Internationalization, Quest for World-class Status and Competition for Global Talents: Higher Education Governance Change in China , Li Wang
Global Aspirations and Strategizing for World-Class Status: New Form of Politics in Higher Education Governance in Hong Kong , Ka Ho Mok
Recruiting Students from China: Taiwan’s Policies and Dilemma Faced , Sheng-Ju CHAN & Sheng-Mo CHEN Chan & Chen
The Emerging Chinese Axis in Higher Education, William Yat Wai Lo

Session 2: Technologies of Travel in Defining a Buddhist Colonial Modernity: Buddhist Agents of International and Inter-traditional Change in the 19th and 20th Centuries
A Buddhist Anti-Colonial Modernity: Excavating the Travels and Legacy of S. Mahinda Thera, the Sikkimese-Sri Lankan Freedom Fighter, Kalzang D. Bhutia
Buddhism across Colonial Contexts with an Irish Ally: U Dhammaloka and his Networks, Collaborators and Patrons, Alicia Turner
From Theravada Orthodoxy to Religious Ecumenism: The Sri Lankan Sangha in Malaysia and the Reinvention of Tradition, Jeffrey Samuels
Was Buddhist Colonial Modernity Gendered?: Exploring the Archives of Tibeto-Himalayan Buddhist Travel in the early to mid-20th century, Amy Holmes-Tagchungdarpa

Session 3: The ‘Myth of Return’ in Transnational Migration: Issues of Leaving Home, Return and the Way its Imagined amongst Asian migrants. PANEL 1 of 2
“‘It’s Still Home Home’: Notions of the Homeland for Filipina Dependent Students in Ireland” , Diane D.S. Nititham
Japanese-American responses to the pressures of American social conformity prior to the Asian Exclusion Act of 1924, Helen H. Kabaira
Korean-Chinese return migrants: the meaning-making process of transnational migration, Ji-Yeon J.Y. Jo
The Haunting Ghosts: Voice and Voiceless in Maxine Hong Kingston’s “Shaman” and “At the Western Palace”., Yu-Min (Claire) Chen
The Politics of Brain Drains , Madeline M.Y. Hsu

Session 4: Reproducing in Asia: Biology, Technology, and Cultures of Control
“The HIV test is like and immunization”: Scenes from prenatal HIV counseling in South India, Cecilia Van Hollen
Reinterpretation of Maternal Request for Caesareans: A Study in Taiwan, Chen-I Kuan
Transitional Ontologies: Assisted Reproduction in Vietnam, Melissa J. Pashigian

Session 5: The Permeability of Borders: Artistic and Cultural Realities in East and Southeast Asia
Fish and ships: Motifs of Art from the Bronze Age to the Modern Anthropological Context in Wider Southeast Asia, Wolfgang Marschall
Permeating Times, Spaces and Genres: A Study of Applied Art Represented in Kano Sansetsu’s Orchid Pavilion Gathering Painting , Kazuko Kameda-Madar
Rejection and Acceptance of a Foreign “Other:” The Influence of Art Nouveau in the Works of Kamisaka Sekka (1866-1943) and Tsuda Seifu (1880-1978), Masters of the Kyoto Design World in Late Meiji , Scott Johnson
Separate Realities: China for Japan in the 17th Century, Mary Ann Rogers
Tribal cultures, Bronze age Indonesia, China, the Philippines, Taiwan and Papua New Guinea, Jerome Feldman
What Would Hiroshi Sugimoto Do? What Would Museums Do? : Deified Artist and Museum - Hiroshi Sugimoto’s “History of History”, Daisuke Murata

Session 6: Demographic Change and Health Policy in East Asia
Assessing Recent Reforms of Primary Health Care in China: Early Evidence from Shandong Province, Karen Eggleston
Changing Families and the Public Sector of China in Comparison with Some Other Asian Countries, Qiulin Chen
Defining New Paradigms for Security in East Asia: Controlling Tuberculosis and Drug Resistance in North Korea, Sharon Perry
Population Aging and Economic Progress: A Bumpy Road Ahead?, Andrew Mason

Session 7: Multi-Multiculturalisms in Asia
ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community: An Assessment of Its Institutional Prospects , Julio S Amador III
Beyond the Confines of Ethnic Communalism: Reviving Nanyang in Sinophone Singaporean Literature, Brian C. Benards
Everyday Life Multiculturalism among Public Housing Residents in Singapore, Ah-Eng Lai
Holes of the “multiculturalism” policies in contemporary Korea, Kyeyeon Kim
Imagining Cosmopolitan Japan: East Asian Immigrants in Recent Japanese TV Dramas, Sunyoung Kwak

Session 8: New Mediums, New Messages? - Changing Notions of Audience in East Asian Narratives
Acoustic Tales: Transmitting Tanci through Radio-Broadcasting in Early Modern China, Li Guo
Keitai Shosetsu: The Japanese Novel Hits the Small Screen, Kelly Hansen
Old guard, new media: The Shojo Manga Industry and New Media Competition, Jennifer Prough
The Advance of Print Technology at the End of the Nineteenth Century and the Transformation of the Baojuan Genre , Rostislav Berezkin

Session 9: Many Faces of Avalokitesvara Across Asia, 10th-13th Centuries
Avalokitesvara Images at Cave 3 at Yulin in Context, Elena Pakhoutova
Radiating Avalokitesvara in Angkor: Focusing on Descriptions in the Karandavyuha-Sutra, Akiko Miyazaki
Severing Bonds and Sealing Destinies: Aspects of the Cult of Avalokitesvara in Southeastern Sichuan during the 10th through 12th Centuries, Tom Suchan
The Many Faces of Lokesvara: Tantric Buddhism, Saivism, and Images of Lokesvara among the Early Khmers , Phillip S.E. Green

Session 10: Dharma in the Age of Internet – Changes, Challenges, and Opportunities
Building a Buddhist Research Knowledge Base Through International Cooperation: The SAT Project, Charles Muller
Dharma in the Age of Internet, Debika Saha
Online Zen , Erez Joskovich
Queer Voices, Social Media and Neo-orthodox Dharma: A Case Study, Burkhard Scherer Scherer

Session 11: Politics of Islam

Session 12: Security Policy in Asia

Session 13: Security Policy in AsiaGender and Modernity I

Session 14: (Not) Lost in Translation I

Session 15: Revival of Minority Culutres - South and Southeast Asia

Session 16: Sout and Southeast Asian Literature

Session 44: Workshop: Publishing Matters: Why was my book proposal rejected? A Workshop on Academic Publishing

Session 45: What is the 'Asian' in Asian Diasporas?
From Indenture to Iraq: Asian Migrant Labor and Shifting Imperial Formations, Sujani Reddy
Intimate Publics: Asian Canadian Studies and Changing Cultural Grammars, Christine Kim
Living in “Cracks Between Borders”: Where is ‘Asia’ in Dharker’s Poetry?, Vaibhav Iype Parel
The Inhuman Asian, Chris Lee
Translating Identities: On Being Japanese, Brazilian, Peruvian, American, Loyal Citizens and Traitors, Zelideth M Rivas

Session 46: Energy Policy and Security in the Asia-Pacific
“Asian Energy Mega-Projects: Understanding the Risks and Rewards”, Benjamin Sovacool
“Settling the SCORE in Malaysia: Sustainable Development and Hydropower in Southeast Asia” , Lilei Chow
Energy Security in India: Need for a Climate Sensitive Energy Policy, Nandakumar Janardhanan
Governance of renewable energy diffusion, Scott Valentine

Session 47: Politics as (Un)Usual: People Power in Asia
Asia’s Unknown Uprisings, George Katsiaficas
Governance without (State) Borders: Human Rights beyond the State, Helen Delfeld
Independent Unionism In Cambodia - Caught Between Representation And Apathy, Erik W Davis
The Dynamics of Students and Party Politics in Bangladesh’s 1981-1990 Anti-Autocracy Movement, Samantha Christiansen
The East Timor Independence Movement: Waiting for the Political Moment, Shane Gunderson
The May 18 Uprising's Continuing Process of Development, 1980-1997, Na Kahn-chae

Session 48: Fashion in Asia: Politics, Consumption and Identity Part 1
A Gentle Kind of Revolt: Cute (Kawaii) Fashion and Japanese Music-Video Appropriations of ‘Alice’, Masafumi Monden
Asia-Chic – Investigating Australian-Asian Aesthetics in Late Twentieth-Century Australian Fashion, Sally Gray
Fashion and Authoritarianism at the Centres and Peripheries of Asia, Toby Slade
Under Western Eyes: Chinese Fashion Identity in Global Perspective, Simona Segre Reinach

Session 49: Picturing Labor and Technology in East Asian Art
Agricultural Illustrations of Eighteenth- to Nineteenth-Century Korea: Changes in Perception of Text and Visual Representation, Hyung-Min Chung
Labor, Politics, and Embodying the Masses in Twentieth-Century Chinese Art, Sandy Ng
Representing Farming in Late Muromachi: Visual Appropriation and Political Messages, Shalmit Bejarano
The Implementation of the perfect society: Reforming government through the representations of labor and tools in Song (960-1279) and Yuan (1271-1368) China, Roslyn L Hammers
Visualizing textile workers in Ming-Qing China, Angela Sheng

Session 50: Corporeal Nationalisms: Dance and the State in East Asia
Girls in Transit: Choreographing Mobile Nationalisms in and out of Japan, Katherine Mezur
Identity, Stakeholders, and Agency: Ch’oe Sŭng-hŭi, a Dancer from Korea , Judy Van Zile
Performing 'National Essence': Chinese Classical Dance as Embodied Cultural Nationalism in the Reform Era China , Emily E Wilcox
The Relationship between Folk Dance and the State in the People's Republic of China, 1949-2009, Xiaoxhen Liu
Violence, Allegory, and the Construction of a Proto-National Identity in the Noh Play Haku Rakuten”, Susan B Klein

Session 51: Allure and Anxiety: Gamblers, Glamour Girls, and New Women in East Asia - Sponsored by the Northeast Asia Council
Korean Kisaeng: Modernity, Femininity and Bonded Labour , Ruth Barraclough
Shanghai Ladies’ Night Out: Gender and Gambling in Chinese Cinema, Paola Zamperini
The New Woman and the Geisha: The Politics of the Pleasure Quarters in Taisho Japan , Jan Bardsley

Session 52: Roundtable: Buddhism and the Medieval Religious Traditions of China/Tibet/Japan.

Session 53: Derivations and Detours in the Material and Literary Culture of East Asia
Cute and Novel Japanese Oracle Cards , Laura Miller
Figuring (Out) Identity: Vinyl Toy Design in Taiwan and Hong Kong, Teri J Silvio
Genji Envisioned: Setouchi Jakuchō and the Genji Boom, Masayo Kaneko
Nüshu and Spinster Deity in Changing Rural China, Fei-wen Liu

Session 54: History Education in East Asia: Textbooks, Teaching Materials and New Departures
East Asian History Education Curriculum of Korea - With the Focus on What is Taught at High Schools , Seyun Chang
Memories of the Anti-Japanese War and the Formation of Chinese Attitudes toward Japan , George P Brown
Population Migrations and the Formation of Ancient States in East Asia, Seongje Lee
The Reaction to the release of joint history textbooks and the status of their usage, Hyon-Ju Seo

Session 56: Theatre and Performance

Session 57: (Not) Lost in Translation

Session 58: Gender and Modernity II

Session 59: Public Spaces in Colonial Asia

Session 60: Revival of Minority Cultures

Session 87: Propaganda and Nationalism in Asia
A Silenced Legacy: Songs of Japanese Schoolchildren During World War II, Noriko Manabe
Comparing Past and Present: Propaganda and Exhibition in Maoist China, Denise Ho
Propaganda, the Chinese ‘Problem’ and the National Imagining in Malaysia, 1957-1969, Cheong Soon Gan
Student Military Training in Early Postwar Taiwan, Jennifer Liu

Session 88: Pop Culture to Migration: Refashioning Identities in East Asia
Musical Construction of Multiculturalism and Negotiating Identities in Singapore, Hee-sun Kim
Sounding Out Okinawa: Daiku Tetsuhiro’s Musical Politics , Marié Abe
The Rainbow Chorus and Korea’s Multiculturalism, Hilary V Finchum-Sung
Visual Identity: The Role of Popular Culture in Marketing Tourism, Sang-Yeon Sung

Session 89: "Empire, Planning, and Contingency": Northeast Asia, 1920s-late 1960s
Before the Atom: South Korean Electrical Reconstruction, 1945-1956 , John P DiMoia
Constructing East Asia:” Coastal Industrial Cities and Regional Planning in the Japanese Empire and Beyond, Aaron S Moore
Dependent on the Enemy’s Path: Japanese Fertilizer Factories and Synthetic Fiber Industry in North Korea, Tae-ho Kim
Origins of Science and Technology Policies in South Korea , Manyong Moon
Painting Future Visions of Urban Modernity -The Limits of Comprehensiveness in Japan’s Wartime National Land Planning- , Nobuhiro Yamane

Session 90: The Everyday Life of Colonialism in East Asia
Designing the Modern House in Treaty-port Tianjin, Elizabeth LaCouture
Living at the Edge of the Empire: Korean Prostitutes in Colonial Taiwan, Jungwon Jin
Nightly Tales: Reporting Everyday Life Under Surveillance in Colonial Seoul, Se-Mi Oh
Social Distinction and Hybridization: Consuming “Taiwanese Cuisine” in Colonial Taipei, Pin-tsang Tseng
Social Distinction and Hybridization: Consuming “Taiwanese Cuisine” in Colonial Taipei, Yu-Jen Chen

Session 91: Plague Fear in East Asia: Impacts to Politics, Society, and Culture
Doutian Temple and Mulian OperaPrevalence of the Plague in Yunnan in the Qing Dynasty and Reconstruction of Social Order, Yushang LI
Plague Epidemics and the Control of Dock Workers at Japanese Treaty Ports: 1899-1910, Tomoo ICHIKAWA
The debate of epidemic plague in colonial environment: cases of 1894 Hong Kong and 1897 Taiwan, Shiyung Michael Liu

Session 92: Fashion in Asia: Politics, Consumption, & Identity, Part 2
Fashion, Factor Prices and Trade: New Zealand Fashion in Australia, Sally Weller
Whose Kimono?, Sheila Cliffe

Session 93: Textual “Function” in East Asian Buddhism: Dislocation and Relocation of Scriptural Authorities
Buddhism in “Animated Texts ”: When Projecting Images Functions as a “Textual" and “Scriptural” Practice, Stefania Travagnin
Buddhist Exegetical Texts and Performativity: When Does a Text Do? , Neil Schmid
Serious Texts in Funny Places: Comic and Other Curious Representations of Prince Shōtoku’s Sangyō-gisho, Mark Dennis
Textualized Rituals/Ritualized Images: Construction of Meaning at the Border of Canonical Authorities , Benedetta Lomi

Session 94: Out of the Ashes: Post-Crisis Recovery in Asia -Sponsored by The Japan Foundation, Center for Global Partnership
How do households cope with natural and human-made disasters? , Yasuyuki Sawada
Japan's Civil Society Revival after World War II, Rieko Kage
Networks of Resilience: How Social Capital assists Post-Disaster Recovery, Daniel P Aldrich
Urbanization and Climate Change in the Asia Pacific Region: Cities as Stressors and Solutions, Karl Kim

Session 95: Making Orientalism Work for You: Enchantment, Disenchantment, and Re-Enchantment in the Teaching of Asian Studies
Between Orientalism and Multidisciplinary Encounters: Playing out Chinese History and Culture in the Undergraduate Classroom, Jennifer W. Jay
From the Summer of Love to the Spring and Autumn Annals: A Journey of Discovery with the Book of Changes (Yijing) , Geoffrey Redmond
Interpreting “Cool”: Orientalist Fascination or Social Critique?, Mahua Bhattacharya
Skewering Sacred Cows: Educator as Matador, Thomas A. Forsthoefel

Session 96: Female Deity Makeovers in East Asia
A Female Deity as the Focus of a Buddhist Ritual: Kichijo keka at Horyuji, Chari Pradel
Engendering the Female Among the Thirty-Three Kannon in Japan, Sherry D Fowler
Subverting the Celestial Imperium: Tianhou/Mazu as 'Buddho-Taoist' Goddess, Vivian-Lee Nyitray
The Contestation of Sacred Space - Multiple Identities of a Female Mountain Deity in Korea, Maya Stiller
The Cult of Dakiniten in Medieval Japan , Bernard Faure

Session 97: Shifting the Balance of Power: Maritime East Asia in 17th Century
Shaping Japanese Foreign Policy: Tokugawa Ieyasu’s Idea of Manila-Uraga-Acapulco Triangle, Ubaldo Iaccarino
The Philippine Islands in the 17th Century Maritime East Asia, Manel Ollé
The Tonkin-Nagasaki Silk Trade during the Seventeenth Century, Naoko IIOKA
Xiamen: Haven of Peace in the Midst of the Storm?, Paola Calanca

Session 98: Societal Pressures and Education Fever in China and Korea
Admitting Failure: South Korean Higher Education and the American Admissions Model, Yookyung Bang
Marketing Private Educational Services in Small-Town China, Andrew B Kipnis
The Korean State's Countermeasures Against Private Education, Sang-Young Park
Visions of the Chinese learned individual: Hesse, Confucius, and motivational pep-rallies in the rural high school, Mette Halskov Hansen

Session 99: South and Southeast Asian Colonial Histories

Session 100: Foreign Language Study I

Session 101: Literary Monsters & Demons

Session 102: Regional Politics in Asia

Session 130: Religious Expansion across Asian Borders: Networks and Mediations
Christian Networks in and of Asia: Some preliminary observations, Anthony J.S. Reid
Early Islam in Southern India, Southeast Asia, and Southern China: Interactions and Networks to 1500, Geoff Wade
National Identity, Pan-Asianism and Theravada Buddhist Monastic Networks, Thomas Borchert
Religion, Trade and State: Vaishnavism in Early Historic Southeast Asia, Pierre-Yves Manguin

Session 131: Shifting Facets of Governance in Asia: A Transcultural Perspective
Aspects of Governance: India and the Transcultural Dimension of Global Health Governance, Anja Kluge
Being a Governed Muslim in a Non-Muslim State: Indian Muslims and Citizenship, Julten Abdelhalim
Good Governance in a Transcultural Context: A Case Study of E-Governance Initiatives in India, Bidisha Chaudhuri
Governance in the Age of the Mass Media: Indian (National) Identity at the Crossroads?, Lion Koenig
Transnational Image Management:The Bureaucratic Basis of Strengthening China’s Soft Power, Mareike Ohlberg
When Global Meets Local – Cultural Flows in Governance of World Heritage Site Old Town of Lijiang, China, Yujie Zhu

Session 132: Who counted kin, and how: Warrior groups, state regimes, and social boundaries in Central, East, and South Asia, c. 1200 - 1850 C.E.
Imperial Marriages in the Early Mongol Empire, Anne Broadbridge
Marriage and the evolution of an elite ‘caste’ in northwestern India, c. 1550-1750, Ramya Sreenivasan
Plural Marriages in the Making of Colonial Savagery, Indrani Chatterjee
Social Boundary-making among Tangut Semu in Yuan China, 13th-14th centuries, Ruth Dunnell

Session 133: 3, 2, 1, 0: Numbers as Object and Method in the Study of East Asia
“Pauvre Xen Jang, sans vie, sans foi”: Numbers That Measured Catholic Faith in Northeast China, Ji Li
Crowding Threes and Ethnic-Nationalist Populism in Japan , Nathaniel Smith
Discovering Zero in Meiji Japan: the Mathematics of Political Representation, Hansun Hsiung
The Adequacies of “Just One Life” in Earthquake Disaster Preparedness in Japan, Ryan Sayre

Session 134: Roundtable: “Buddhist Warfare”: Commentators from South, Southeast, and East Asia

Session 135: Towards the New Asian Century: Memory, Identity and Globalisation in Contemporary Asian Art
Art and Change in the Asia Pacific: mid-century war and dislocation as a paradigm for the future, Alison M Carroll
Art and Power, Glen StJ Barclay
Identity and Interconnectivity: New information and communication networks in Asian art today, Michelle Antoinette
Memory and Identity in Contemporary Asian Self-Portraits, Jackie Menzies
Memory, Identity and Globalisation: Art and Museums ‘Crossing Borders’ , Caroline Turner

Session 136: Passionate Politics: Migrant Logics of Sexuality and Intimacy Across East and Southeast Asia
Bogus Brides, Runaway Maids and Blind Masseur: Sexual Intimacy, Exploitation and Friendship of Marginal Migrants, Melody Chia-Wen Lu
Spaces of Vulnerability: The Sexual Networks of Overseas Filipino Workers and Their Families, Cheryll Alipio
The Ban on the Transnational Marriage Brokerage in Taiwan – A Feminist Reconsideration of the Public/Private Distinction, Hsun-Hui Tseng
When Wives Earn As Much As Husbands: Gender, Family, and Work in Southwest China, Xia Zhang

Session 138: From Central Asia to Korea: Semuren and Others in the Literary, Intellectual, and Social History of Yuan China
Cultural Accommodation at Yuan Academies: Chinese Scholars and non-Han Officials, Linda A. Walton
Neo-Confucian Semuren in Late-Yuan and Korea, Michael C. Brose
Semuren Scholars in Yuan China: Xin Wenfang and Naixian, Yuan-chu R. Lam
The Relationship between Sadula and Chinese Scholar-Officials in the Yuan Dynasty, Juan Ma

Session 139: Asian Economy I

Session 140: Economic Growth and Environmental Protection in Asia

Session 141: Library and Resources

Session 142: Gender Histories

Session 170: The Tang Empire as a Universal Northern Model
From the Tang Way to the Jin Way, Ping-yu Hsu
Governing the World: The Tang in Yuan Political Discourse, Peter Ditmanson
Tang Taizong in Korea, Tineke D'Haeseleer
The Inner Asian Afterlife of Tang Taizong, Brian Vivier

Session 171: Religion and Mobility in a Globalizing Asia
Indigenous Christianity Among the Austronesian-Speaking Amis of Taiwan, Shu-Ling Yeh
Navigating the Bumpy Global Circuit: Mobility, Christianity and Belonging, Sin Wen Lau
Refugee and Religion: Buddhist Monastery Founding on the Thai-Burma Border, Prasert Rangkla
Renegotiating Locality and Morality in a Chinese Religious Diaspora: Wenzhou Protestants in Paris, Nanlai Cao
Transporting Buddha across Borders: Merit, Motherland and Mobility in the Borderlands of the upper Mekong, Wasan Panyagaew
Traveling Incognito: Qigong as a Silent Carrier of Religiosity, Chee-Han Lim

Session 172: Towards a Transnational History of East Asian Medicine: Tracing Pathologies of the Liver across East Asia
All diseases arise from the liver: A Japanese medical theory in the Edo period, Keiko Daidoji
Feminising the Chinese Body: A History of the Liver in Late Imperial China and Japan, Volker Scheid
Globalizing Hwabyong: How Does an Illness Become Korean?, Soyoung Suh
Virtues and Virtuosity: Knowing the Nation and Treating the Liver in Modern China, Eric I Karchmer

Session 173: Securing humans in the International Relations of East Asia: The Concept and Practice of Human Security in Japan and China’s domestic and foreign policies
East Asian Approaches to Human Security – The Concept and Practice of Human Security in Japan and China’s International Relations, Yih-Jye Hwang
Human (in)security in Great Power competition: China and Japan’s responses to anti-government protests and natural disasters in Myanmar, Lindsay O Black
Japan Bans Cluster Munitions – The Role of Civil Society, Melanie Wacker
Securing children from natural disaster – responsibility to protect in the Sichuan earthquake, Annika Pissin

Session 174: The Animal Turn in Transnational Asia: The Histories, Politics and Practices of Cultivating and Managing the Wild
Entering the Island of Torishima from a Bird’s Eye View, Colin Tyner
Rethinking Multispecies Globalizations: A Social-Natural History of Hokkaido Salmon, Heather Anne Swanson
The Panda as a Global Animal and Global Icon: Why the World is So Invested in China’s National Symbol, E. Elena Songster
Wild Elephants and the Changing Politics of Nature in China, Michael Hathaway

Session 175: Academia and Activism in East and Southeast Asia: Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Human Rights
Academic and Activist Approaches to Human Rights and Prenatal Screening in Japan, Carolyn S. Stevens
Human Rights Awareness and the Role of Historical Narratives: Examining Iris Chang’s Rape of Nanking, Erik Ropers
Human Rights, Cultural Studies and Activist Scholarship in Focus: LGBT Activism in Singapore and Indonesia, Baden Offord
Translation Studies and the Language rights of non-Japanese defendants in Japanese criminal courts, Ikuko Nakane
What can Memory Studies Offer to our Understanding of Human Rights: A Case study from Indonesia, Katharine McGregor

Session 176: Transnational Flows and Nationalist Imaginaries in Early 20th Century Asia
B.R. Ambedkar and the Kantian Modernity of the Constitutional Nation State, Vinay Dharwadker
Centering the Periphery: Constructing National Identities on the Borders of Asia, Mark Lincicome
Technology of Ethics and Nationalist Imaginaries: Science, Education, and Arts in Early 20th Century Indonesia, Fadjar I. Thufail
The Narrative Politics of Exile and Wandering in Sharat Chandra’s Devdas and Salman Rushdie’s Shalimar, the Clown, Lalita Pandit Hogan

Session 177: Colonial & Postcolonial Policing in Asia: Comparative Perspectives on State Surveillance - Part 1
Blind like a state: policing and the avoidance of information in the colonial Indonesia, Robert Cribb
Colonial Policing In The Dutch East Indies: The Case Of The Ambonese Gewapende Politie (1873-1945), Martin Thiry
Colonial State, Police State? Policing and Surveillance in the Dutch East-Indies and the Myth of the “Glass House”, Marieke Bloembergen
The dynamics of colonial policing in British India, 1870-1930, David A Campion
U.S. Colonial Conquest of the Philippines and the Rise of the National Security State, Alfred W McCoy

Session 178: Economic History of China & Vietnam

Session 179: Individual Papers: Islamic thought I

Session 180: Asian Economy II

Session 205: Transnational Labor Migration and Regional Governance in East Asia
Cross border migration to Thailand: Issues, Responses, and Challenges, Reiko Harima
Cross-bordering Employment System in Asia: Focused in Employment Permit System (EPS) in Korea, Wonsuk Sun
Development of the Emigration Policy in India, Ayako Kondo
Japan's Immigration Control Policy: Foundation and Transition, Junichi Akashi
Towards a Multicultural Society: Emerging Citizenship among Filipinos in Japan, Benjamin San Jose
Transformation of Labor Market and Labor Export Policies in China, Chen Lixing

Session 206: Emotion, Nation, and the Formation of Gendered Subjectivity: Studies from Indonesia, Japan, China, and South Korea
Affective Selves: Romance, Gender, and Neoliberal Japan, Akiko Takeyama
Emotional Discipline and the Reconstitution of the Feminine Self in the Korean Evangelical Church , Kelly Chong
Emotionscape: Space, Race, and the Face of Beauty in Indonesia , L. Ayu Saraswati
From Iron Girls to Sentimental Mothers: Divorced Women in Post-Socialist Chinese Women’s Literature , Hui Faye Xiao

Session 207: Material Culture, Performance and National Belonging in Japan and Japanese America
Constructing Multiple Identities: A Cultural Typology of Japanese Buddhist Architecture in Hawaiʻi, Willa J. Tanabe
Festival Art and Nationalism in Modern Japan, Sean H. McPherson
Local and National Identity in Japanese City Festivals: “Tradition” and Tourism in Asahikawa’s Natsu Matsuri, MaryAnn A. Young
The Harvest Festival Parade at Tule Lake Relocation Center, Lynne Horiuchi

Session 209: East Asia's Capitalist Peace
Developmentalism Not Development: Why Developmentalist Priorities Explain East Asian Peace Better Than Development Itself, Timo Kivimaki
Economic Growth - Regional Organisation - Political Stability?: The ASEAN Experience, Kevin Clements
Economic Growth and Integration in East Asia as Peace-Building Factors, Borje Ljunggren
Economic or Political Peace in East Asia?: Testing ‘Capitalist’ and ‘Democratic’ Peace Explanations, Benjamin E Goldsmith

Session 210: Indigenous Citizenship in Asia
“Born Criminals” to “Born Actors”: Indigenous Citizenship and Political Society in Chharangar, P. Kerim Friedman
Good Citizens or Good Residents? Terms of the Upland Minority Struggle for Rights in Thailand, Kathleen A Gillogly
Indigenous People and the State: The Political and Cultural Marginalization of the ‘Local-Natives’ in Indonesia, Ju-Lan Thung
Stiletto Heels and Chinggis Khan’s Boots: Paradoxes of Indigenous Citizenship in Post-Soviet Siberia, Kathryn Graber
The Politics of (non)recognition in Taiwan: Why certain claims to indigeneity succeed while others fail., Kun-hui Ku

Session 211: Roundtable: Transforming East Asia During the Pivotal 1910s

Session 212: New Military Technologies and Their Impact in the Indian Ocean Realm c.1000-1600
Architecture and Settlement Pattern Changes as a Response to New Military Technology in the Deccan Borderlands, c. 1400-1600 , Pushkar Sohoni
Gunsmoke: The Ming Invasion of Vietnam and the Dissemination of Firearms Technology in Fifteenth-Century Asia , Kenneth M. Swope
Java’s Evolving Military History in the Tenth to the Early Sixteenth Centuries: Evidence of Contemporary Iron Imports and their Consequence as Documented in Shipwrecks, Epigraphy, and Indigenous Literary Records, Kenneth R. Hall
State Formation and Evolving Naval Strategies in the Melaka Straits Region in the Mid-First to Mid-Second Millennia CE, Derek Heng

Session 213: State and Spectacle in Neoliberal Asia
Chennai Beautiful: Shifting urban landscapes and the politics of neoliberal spectacle , Roos Gerritsen
Cute Propaganda, Spectacular Hoardings in Neoliberal Beijing, Elizabeth Parke
Spectacle and suffering – the holocaust museum paradigm in Punjab, Kavita Singh
Spectacles of Reconciliation: Reciprocity, Representation, and Radical Equivalence in Postwar Ambon, Patricia Spyer

Session 214: Interactions Between World War Two and East Asian Cultures
A Song Grown out of War: The PRC National Anthem and WWII, Siu-wah YU
The Emergence of New Buddhism during the Anti-Japanese War (1937-1945): The Practice of Humanistic Buddhism in Modern China, Yu XUE
The Loyal 47 Ronin Never Die: Influence of Chushingura on Japanese War Films, Shuk-ting, Kinnia YAU
The Spirit of Imperial Empire and Militarism in Wartime Primary Education: Content Analysis of National (Japanese) Language Textbook in Colonial Taiwan (1937-1942), Kam-wah, Joseph SIU

Session 215: Roundtable: Demystifying Journal Publishing: Challenges of Editing, Publishing, and Becoming Published

Session 216: Asian Perceptions of Democracy and Human Rights I

Session 217: Port Cities I

Session 218: Trans Asia Cinema I

Session 219: Travelogues I

Session 220: Sacred Spaces I

Session 249: Democracy and Development in East Asia
Democracy, Regime Stability and Welfare Regimes in Southeast and Northeast Asia, Aurel Croissant
East Asia’s Democratic Developmental States and Economic Growth , Michael T Rock
Electoral Governance in East Asia, Benjamin Reilly
The Nature of Asian Politics, Bruce Gilley

Session 250: Coordinating Trade and Human Rights - Examples from Asia
Coordinated Compliance: Aspects of Trade and Labour in China, Sarah Biddulph
Democratization and Housing in Indonesia, Richard R. Barichello
Impact of Chinese Economic Partnership and Investment Treaties on Mainstreaming Human Rights in International Trade Law in Asia, Ljiljana Biukovic
The Effects of Globalization on the Food Security for the Poor in India, Ashok Kotwal

Session 251: Understanding Asian Societies through AsiaBarometer:Challenges of Comparative Quantitative Analyses
Examining Familism and Political Efficacy in Asia, Zong-Rong Lee
Is there a Relation between Religion and Corruption?, Fabian Jintae Froese
Subjective Dimensions of Social Welfare System in East Asia, Akiko Ishioka
Understanding the Concept of “Middle Class” in East Asia, Qian Zhou

Session 252: Roundtable: Globalization, Transnationalism, and Migration in Asia: Roundtable in Honor of James L. Watson -Sponsored by the China and Inner Asia Council

Session 253: “The Continuation of War by Other Means:” Escaping and Embracing War in East Asia
Escaping the Stress of Combat: Sake, Beer and Whisky in the Pacific War, Katarzyna J Cwiertka
On Playing War, Sabine Frühstück
Posthuman Warfare in Japan: Weaponizing Robots, Jennifer Robertson
The Return of the Little Red Soldier: Childhood, War, and the Military in China’s Contemporary Popular Culture, Orna Naftali

Session 254: Reassessment of Territorial Disputes over Islets in East Asia: The Case of China, Korea, and Japan
Solving the Dokdo/Takeshima, Diaoyutai /Senkaku Island and Similar Disputes by the “New Asian Approach, Manjiao Chi
The Relevance of the San Francisco Peace Treaty to the Sovereignty of Dokdo/Takeshima in International Law, Pilkyu Kim
The Territorial Questions in East Asia and San Francisco Peace Treaty: Historical Perspective , Minoru Yanagihashi
What Role for International Law in Discussing East Asia’s Island Disputes?, Michael Davis

Session 255: Rethinking Citizenship in Asia: Comparative Perspectives on Recent Trends: Boundaries and Belonging
Rethinking Citizenship in Asia: Comparative Perspectives on Recent Trends: Boundaries and Belongings, Simanti Lahiri
Rethinking Citizenship in Asia:comparative Perspectives on Recent Trends: Boundaries and Belongings, Ayşe Zarakol
The Ambiguity and Rigidity of Chinese Citizenship, Elena Barabantseva
The Making of Ethical Citizenship: Migrant Centers, Volunteers and Foreign Workers in South Korea, EuyRyung Jun
Transcending Citizenship: Nation-Making Through the Experience of Vietnamese Cambodians and Cambodian Vietnamese in the 1970s, Dany Long

Session 256: New Voices in Asian Studies: Selected Graduate Student Papers from AAS Regional Conferences - Sponsored by the Council of Conferences
Abject Identities and Mutual Relations: Interrogating Community in Hoshino Tomoyuki’s Naburiai, Michael Chan
Learning to Stand Tall: Rural Japanese Women and Agricultural Extension Services During the Occupation of Japan , Emily Price
Maternal Face and Voice in Public Prosecutor and Teacher: Its Symbolism upon Korean Modern History, Kyoung-Lae Kang
Strong State, Smothered Society: Explaining Terrorist Violence in Thailand’s Deep South, Shane Joshua Barter

Session 257: Burma’s Borders: Organizing Lives and Claiming Spaces
Borderline Divide: Identity-Perception and Refugee Life of the Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh , Kazi Fahmida Farzana
Insurgent Territories, Environmental Nostalgia, and the “Natural” Boundary of the Salween River Gorge in Northeast Burma, Jane M Ferguson
Lands of Moving Borders, Maxime Boutry
Stakeholders at the Sino-Myanmar Border: Who Benefits, Who Borders? , Karin Dean
Stakeholders at the Sino-Myanmar Border: Who Benefits, Who Borders? , Mart Viirand
The History of Borders in the Wa Lands, Jianxiong Ma
Who Borders? Refugee Crisis, Humanitarianism, Control and Repression at the Thai-Burmese Border, Alexander Horstmann

Session 258: Politics od Space in Asian Cities

Session 259: Asian Perceptions of Democracy and Human Rights II

Session 260: Port Cities II

Session 261: New Paradigms

Session 262: Food for Thought

Session 263: Travelogues II

Session 264: Tran-Asia Cinemas II

Session 292: Compliance or Confrontation? Emerging Models of Governance in Asia
Are development and cultural preservation compatible objectives? An inquiry into the public health care in India, Subir K Kole
Establishing a State of Gross National Happiness: Emergent Structure in the National Identity of Bhutan, Carl Polley
The Logics of Appropriateness: Korea and National Human Rights Commission of Korea, Soo Young Hwang
Towards sustainable development: Conservation values, resource governance and community participation in an Indian Tiger Reserve, Sugato Dutt
Weight of performance measures in Chinese top management contracts, Tara Shankar Shaw

Session 293: Space of Movement: Anthropological Studies of Social Space for Transnational Migrants in Asia and Beyond
Ancestral Homeland and Their Own Homeland: Multiple Meaning of "Home" for Papua New Guinean Chinese, Tetsu Ichikawa
Ethnic and Religious Landscapes of Yunnanese Muslim Migrants in the Transnational Social Sphere, Mizuka Kimura
From Dependency to “Autonomy”: Refugees’ Self-Help Activities, Tadayuki Kubo
How to Get to Tehrangeles?: A Consideration of the Production of Space for Migrants, Atsuko Tsubakihara
Maintaining the Space of Commemoration in the Overseas Homeland: Spirit-Consoling Tours Conducted by the Ex-Immigrants from Okinawa to the Nan'yo (Micronesia), Shingo Iitaka
The Social Space of Baseball: A Case Study of Dominican Immigrants in Pennsylvania and Japan, Satoru Kubota

Session 294: Crossing Boundaries: Esoteric Buddhist Art and Practice in Medieval Asia
Crossing Boundaries and Expanding Spaces: Esoteric Buddhist Visual Culture and Practice in Japan, Cynthea Bogel
Enter the Mandala: Reflections on the Tantric Visual Corpus of Tenth-century Dunhuang, Amanda Goodman
Localized visions, trans-regional practices: Iconographic Innovations of Indian Esoteric Buddhism, Jinah Kim
Mirror Image: Deity and Donor as Vajrasattva, Rob Linrothe

Session 295: Studies of Lives in Early Modern East Asia: How Selves Were Constructed and Unraveled in China and Korea
"He wore flowers in his hair" - Understanding a late Ming painter through his mid-Ming subject, Lidu Yi
A House Divided Against Itself: Competing Strands of Ming Loyalist Biography, Adam Bohnet
Interstitial Memories: The Forensic Life of Wang Mingde (fl.1674) , C.D. Alison Bailey
Life of a Korean Woman at the Mongol Imperial Court: Lady Ki and Her Political Involvement in the 14th Century, George Zhao
Lives and Legends of Yang Shen – Creating a Man for All Seasons, Ihor O Pidhainy

Session 296: Family Changes in East Asia: Declining Marriage and Rising Divorce Rates and Their Comparative Explanations of Education, Gender Roles, and Family Policies
Educational Differences in Marriage and Divorce in Japan, James M Raymo
Educational Differences in Marriage and Divorce in Japan, Miho Iwasawa
Educational Differences in Marriage and Divorce in Japan, Ryuichi Kaneko
Explaining the Recent Rise and Fall of Divorce Rates in Korea: Family Policies and Gender and Class Dynamics, Yean-Ju Lee
Marriage and Divorce in Contemporary Taiwan, Chingli Yang
Whether and How Family Policy Affects Divorce Rate in Taiwan, Wen-chi Chen

Session 297: Economic Relations Between East and Southeast Asia: Historical Ties and Contemporary Issues of Power, Trade and Investment
China, ASEAN, and Asia’s Transitioning Regional System: The Constraints and Possibilities of Leadership, Alice D Ba
Chinese and Japanese Investment in Southeast Asia: Case Studies in Vietnam, the Philippines, Thailand, and Indonesia, Eric Harwit
Coooperation for Diversification: The Origin and Partnership Selection of China and Japan's Preferential Trade Agreements in East Asia, Guan-Yi Leu

Session 298: Korean Women Abroad: Shifting Modes of Transnational Identity
Communist Korean Women in China and Japan, 1940s and 1950s, Ji Yeon Yuh
Identities in Transition: Korean Women in Japan, Jackie J. Kim-Wachutka
Postcolonial Feminist Activism by KoreanDiaspora Women in Japan, Dr. Akwi Seo
Remembering Multiple Displacements, Embodying Memories of (Lost) Homeland(s), Kyung Hee Ha
Women and Migrations: Korean Migrant Women in Argentina and the United States, Lili M. Kim

Session 299: Contemporary Haunting: How Ghosts Reconfigure Space, Memory, and the State in East Asia

Session 300: Behind and Beyond the Lens: Photography in Imperial Japan, 1896-1945
A War Without Pictures: Photography’s Curious Position in Wartime Japan, Julia Adeney Thomas
Colonial Itineraries: Japanese "Conquest Photography" in Taiwan, 1896-1899 , Joseph R Allen
Romancing the “Conquered Other” in the Korean Peninsula: Travel Myths, Images, and the Imperial Tourist Gaze, Hyung Il Pai
When a Thousand Words aren't Worth a Single Picture: Harrison Forman, The China War and Propaganda by Misdirection, Paul D Barclay

Session 301: Institutionalizing Security and the Future of Regional Architecture in Eastern Asia - Sponsored by The Japan Foundation, Center for Global Partnership
Japan in the US-Japan Alliance: Self-Defense versus Defense of the Self, Jacques E.C. Hymans
Regional Leadership, China’s Rise, and the Coming Asian Order, Alexander L. Vuving
Regional Security Cooperation: What the EU Can Tell Us about ASEAN, Mai'a K. Davis Cross
Russia in the Asia-Pacific: Between Diplomatic Rise and Socio-economic Decline, Rouben Azizian

Session 302: Transcription and Transformation: Buddhist Scribal and Manuscript Cultures in Japan, Tibet, and Thailand
Local Transformations in Illuminated Tibetan Biography, Andrew Quintman
Text as Practice: Patrons, Scribes, and Sutra Copying in Eighth-Century Japan , Bryan Lowe
The Buddha's Embodied Word and the Legitimization of Power: Pali Manuscripts from Northern Thailand , Daniel Veidlinger

Session 303: How Stuff Works: Ritual, Technology, and the Question of Efficacy in East Asia
Choson Cannibalism: The State and Ritualized Consumption of Human Parts, Se-Woong Koo
Style and Efficacy in Qing Rainmaking, Jeffrey Snyder-Reinke
The Transformation of Nourishing Life in Early Modern Japan, Juhn Ahn

Session 304: Women in Asia I

Session 305: Urban Future in East Asia

Session 306: Transnational Literature I

Session 308: Politics and Identity of food in Asia

Session 337: The Past is Present: Reflections of Ancient Traditions in Modern Asian Art
Collaboration Condition: Takashi Murakami's Impact on the East/West Binary, Cindy Lisica
Female Warriors and Foreign Women: Female Equestrian Prints in Edo, Shiloh Blair
Modern Traditions: The Art of Chan Shengyao Modern Traditions: The Art of Chan Shengyao Modern Traditions: The ARt of Chan Shengyo , Jacqueline J. Chao
Reimagining Ono no Komachi in Edo Japan , Joni Koehn
Rematerializing Buddha Bhakti: Religious Competition and Sinhala Buddhist Religious Identity in the Late Colonial Period, Sherry Harlacher

Session 338: Aesthetics and Authenticity in the Production and Consumption of Food and Drink in East Asia
Crafting the Working-Class Taste: Passion and Obsession for Rāmen Consumption in Japan , Satomi Fukutomi
Individuality for the masses? Coffee consumption and the imagination of the Chinese middle class , Lena Henningsen
Japanese Sake Labels: Tales of valor and aesthetic rapport , Patricia Yarrow
Qing Zhen Noodles in Qing Zhen Spaces: Crafting Authentic Food in the Noodle Shops of Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region , Stephanie Clarey
Ramen Rage: Instant noodles in global capitalism and the production, reproduction and transformation of social meanings and taste , Annie Sheng

Session 339: “Music Making People Move” - The Travelling Production and Consumption of Asian Pop Musics
“Birmingham, Bombay, and Beyond” - The Politics of Circulation in Transnational Punjabi Pop Music , Patrick R Froelicher
Hitting the Wave: Global Encounters in Korean Pop Music, Michael Fuhr
Silk Road Sounds: The Roots and Routes of Uzbek Pop, Kerstin Klenke
Transnational Musician: A Study on How Ethnicity is Promoted in East Asian Popular Music Industry , Eve Leung
Travelogues from the World Behind the Mirror: On Western Visual-Kei Fans Voyaging to Japan , Oliver Seibt

Session 340: Workshop on Using Media and Technology in Language Acquisition - Sponsored by Committee on Teaching about Asia

Session 341: Roundtable: Developments and Tensions in Asian Regionalism

Session 342: Interrogating Ideology and National Identity in Colonial, Wartime and Postwar East Asia
American Imperialism and Asia’s New Order: A View from Wartime Nanjing, Maggie Clinton
Japanese Dissidents in Colonial Korea: The case of Joko Yonetaro and the ‘Teachers Union Incident’ of December 1930, Atsuko Aoki
Kaji Wataru and East Asian Democracy at the Intersection of Chinese Victory and Japanese Defeat, Erik Esselstrom
Liberal Humanism and Wartime Spiritual Mobilization – Zhu Guangqian as Guomindang Propagandist , Brian Tsui
Utopians in Defeat: Ishiwara Kanji, Yan Xishan, and a World United, Konrad Lawson

Session 343: People on the Move: Migration Networks and Their Demise in Colonial East Asia, 1870s to 1946
Ōmi merchants in the Japanese Colonial Diaspora, Jun Uchida
Reconstructing the Everyday Life of Chinese Migrant Laborers in Colonial Korea, Michael Kim
The Unseen Hand: the United States Military Coordination of the Post-World War II East Asian Population Transfers, Lori Watt

Session 344: The 1911 Revolution and the Transpacific Chinese Diaspora
A Tripartite Revolutionary System in Southeast Asia: Sun Yat-sen and the Chinese Diaspora, 1900-1911 , Sin-Kiong Wong
From Reform to Revolution: Political and Personal Transition in the Chinese Diaspora of Canada and the Transpacific Arena, 1895-1911 , Zhongping Chen
Merchant Networks and Revolutionary Conversion in the Chinese Diaspora of Japan, 1895-1912, Laixing Chen
The Wandering Prophet and His Apostles: Sun Yat-sen’s Revolutionary Propaganda in the Tokyo-Hong Kong-Singapore Nexus, 1905-1911 , Hideo Fukamachi

Session 345: "Constructing a Multi-Ethnic Utopian Culture in Manchukuo: Images of Manchuria in Painting, Photography, Commercial Advertisements, and Architecture, 1932-1945."
"An Uneasy Balancing Act: The Russian Émigré Community and Utopian Ideals of Manchukuo.", Victor Zatsepine
"Romancing the Frontier: Fuchigami Hakuyô, Art Photography, and the Promotion of a Cultural Connoisseur", Kari Shepherdson-Scott
"Selling Utopian Health in Manchukuo: The Case of Ruosu", Norman Smith
"Surrealism at the Service of the State: Fukuzawa Ichirô and Associates, 1935-1936.", Annika A. Culver

Session 346: The Past Contested: National, Cultural and Global Dimensions of History Education in Japan, Taiwan, Malaysia and Singapore
H.R.121 and the International Response to the Japanese Textbook Controversy , Elizabeth Dutridge-Corp
History Education for National Building and State Formation: The case of Singapore, Yeow Tong Chia
The Politics of History Education and Nation-building in Malaysia (1960~2010), Lee Lan Wong
Who am I? An International Study of Cultural Identity in Post Democratic Taiwanese Elementary Schools, Ming Chu Hsu

Session 347: Disease as Text: Living with and Managing Disease in East Asia
Enumerating “Prostitute Disease” in Modern Japan (1850-1912), Ann Marie L Davis
Malaria in Pre-modern Korea, In-sok Yeo
The Health Administration of Beijing Municipality and Disinfection Under Japanese Occupation (1937-1945), Kyu-han Sihn

Session 348: Transnational Literature II

Session 349: Changing Forms of Labour Organizations

Session 350: Foreign Relations in East Asia

Session 351: Love & Desire

Session 357: Asia as a Problem in Transnational Humanities

Session 382: Global Flows with Chinese Characteristics: Migration, Mobilities and Identities in "the Chinese Century”
“Small is Interesting”. Lessons from Laos for the Overseas Chinese Studies, Danielle Tan
Brothers of a Different Kind: The Politics of Differentiating and Integrating Chinese New Immigrants in Singapore, Hong Liu
Chinese Aid to Africa: Filling the Gaps That Others Left, Max Rebol
Chinese Migrants to Russia: Lifestyle Plurality and Migration Decision-Making as Reflected by Online Narratives, Artem Rabogoshvili
The China-Africa Nexus and “Low-End Globalization” , Gordon GM Matthews
The Self and the Other in Economic Encounters between Chinese and Africans in Africa and China, Karsten Giese

Session 383: Postcolonial Policing in Asia: Comparative Perspectives on State Surveillance.
‘Colonial’ and ‘Postcolonial’ Policing in Malaya/Malaysia 1948 – 1965, Georgina Sinclair
Modernizing Repression: American Global Police Training and the Violence of Empire, Jeremy Kuzmarov
Policing Publics in an Indonesian City, Joshua Barker
Royalist Missionaries In the Borders: The Transformation of Thai Border Patrol Police and Its Civic Actions in the Cold War Era, Sinai Hyun
The Significance of the Police-Hukou Nexus in Taiwan's Democratic Era, Jeff Martin

Session 384: Rethinking Asian Capitalisms and Development Regimes (I)
Fragile States, Stable Institutions—Dynastic Cycle in the Chinese History, Gang Wang
Growth, Reforms and Inequality: India and China since the 1980s, Sanjay Ruparelia
Historical antecedents of the capitalist narrative on tribal development: Contributions from Indian literatures, Giorgio Milanetti
Playing the aid game: representation and agency in the Nepalese development regime of the 1960s, Sara Elmer
Policy Convergence and Opposition to Reforms in China and India, Ishan Joshi

Session 385: Literature of the Worlds: Trans-local Reception of the Chinese Novel in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century East Asia and Europe
A Case of the Chinese (Dis)order? The Haoqiu zhuan and the Competing Forms of Knowledge in European and Japanese Readings, Ling Hon Lam
Domestication of Text: Translating and Transcribing the Haoqiu zhuan in Chosŏn Korea, Suyoung Son
Fortunate Unions and Other Such Pleasing Histories: China, Europe, and the Authority of Fiction, 1697-1860, Patricia A. Sieber

Session 386: The Politics of Marriage in Premodern East Asia
Family Politics and Marriage Strategy of Korean Noble Families in Tang Dynasty China (618-907) , Ping Yao
Marriage and Loyalty in Seventeenth-Century Chosŏn Korea, Sun-Hee Yoon
Marrying Confucius’ Kin: Marriage and Politics in Qufu, Christopher S. Agnew

Session 387: Youth Publics across Asia: Forging New Spaces of Belonging
A Courtroom and/or Public Opinion Drama: An Emerging Movement against Regional Discrimination in College Admissions in China, Ran Zhang
Claiming Hapa Identity in Japan: The Transnationalization of Hapa Cultural Activism , Ayako Takamori
Creating Transcultural Public Space , Minna Valjakka
Masculinities, News Media, and the Production of Youth Publics in Uttarakhand, India, Leah M. Koskimaki

Session 388: Maritime Asian Merchants and the Asian Economy and Society in Transition, 1750-1900: Global Economic Changes and Local Responses
Harvest from Tropical Seas and Jungles: Transborder Trade of Non-colonial Products and Migration in West Kalimantan, c. 1820-1870, Atsushi Ota
Linking the Rural Society with the Global Economy: The Role of the Nattukottai Chettiyars, Tsukasa Mizushima
Marginalized Competitors: Portuguese Shipping, Merchants, and China’s Maritime Trade, c. 1750 to c. 1835, George B. Souza
Merchants and Mercantile Community in Early Singapore, Tomotaka Kawamura
Reconsideration of the Dutch-Japan Trade in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century, Ryuto Shimada
The Sino-Western Maritime Trade in the Era of Global Commercial Expansion, 1750-1850, Yong Liu

Session 389: Re-imagining Cosmopolitanism in East Asia: History, Institutions, and Social Practices
Can Japan and Korea Reconcile?: Inter-State vs. Transnational, Cosmopolitan Historical Reconciliation, Hilary Jan Izatt
Cosmopolitan Citizenship in Japan and Zainichi Korean Activism, Hwaji Shin
Globalization and Collective Memories of the Asia-Pacific War: The Growing Confrontation between Nationalism and Cosmopolitanism as Logics of Commemoration, Hiro Saito
Li Xianglan as Colonial Cosmopolitan: A Sociological Study on the Making of a Film Star, Seio Nakajima
The Labor of Cosmopolitan Hospitality in Beijing, Eileen M. Otis

Session 390: The Social Context of Information and Communication Technologis (ICT)
Effectiveness of Communication between Governments and Residents during the e-Government Movement, Ying Zhang
eGovernment and Institutional Change for Development: Tensions and Synergies in Bangalore City, India, Shefali Virkar
How Internet Cafe in China Affect Children's Health, Liyun Wu

Session 391: Twentieth-Century Chinese Science and Medicine in a Global Context
Science and Myth: the Western Medical Discourse and Knowledge in the Anti-Cigarette Campaigns in Late Qing, 1899-1911, Wennan Liu
Science, Medicine, and Confucianism in the Making of China and Southeast Asia: Lim Boon Keng, Wu Lien-teh, and the Overseas Chinese, 1890-1937 , Wayne Soon
Tang Erhe’s “Diary of an Eastern Journey”: Anatomy in Japan and its colonies, c. 1917 , David Luesink
The Chinese Ford Mechanic and the Intuitive East: May Fourth Intellectuals, American Philosophers and the Comparative Philosophy of Science, 1919-1959, Ying Jia Tan

Session 392: Modern Chinese Literature I

Session 393: Migration I

Session 394: Media Flows I

Session 395: Religion Buddhism I

Session 396: Transformative Literature

Session 397: Health and Illness in East Asia

Session 427: Rethinking Asian Capitalisms and Development Regimes (II)
Cooperation and competition between industrial districts in Italy and in India: The case of textiles, Claudio Cecchi
From Domestic Politics to Multilateral Negotiations : The Changing Politics of Food Security in India, Christine Lutringer
Recasting Korean Capitalism: Engaging the Bottom of Industrial Pyramid, Jitendra Uttam
Reflections on globalisation and labour standards in the Indian garment industry: codes of conduct versus ‘codes of practice’ imposed by the firm, Alessandra Mezzadri
The rise of South-South Capitalism? New Agro-Food Entrepreneurship Dynamics between Asia and Africa, Philippe Régnier

Session 428: “Bad Haunting” in Contemporary Asian Art in the “Post” Era
Barefoot Gen: Popular Media, Memory, and Narrative in Post-War Japan , Wen-Hui (Stephanie) Su
Left Hand and Right Hand—Waving from the Past in the Post-Socialist Factory , Jiayun Zhuang
Phantom Narratives in Place Making: Claiming Space Through Mobile Media in Los Angeles Historic Filipinotown , Reanne Estrada
The Ghosts of Semi-Colonial Pasts in a Globalized Present: Art and Luxury in Contemporary Shanghai, Jenny Lin

Session 429: Contemporary East Asian Film Co-Production & Collaboration: Historical and Industrial Perspectives
“ABCs,” mixed-race stars, and other monsters of globalization: casting Hong Kong film co-production, Brian Hu
Avalon: Transnational Filmmaking and Mapping Virtual Worlds , Hyejean Chung
Constructing Asian Cinema through Cultural Geopolitics: The Genealogy of ‘Pan-Asian Big Pictures (PAP)’ and the Conundrum of the Korean Film Industry, Sangjoon Lee
Discourse, Identity and Circulation: International Film Festivals and Contemporary East Asian Cinema, Konrad Gar-Yeu Ng
The Image, the City: Media Industries, Industrial Infrastructure and the Rise of Film Co-Production in Shanghai, Aynne Kokas

Session 430: Innovations in Education in Asia: Private Sector Growth, Government Reform and Emerging Models of Best Practice? - Sponsored by The Japan Foundation, Center for Global Partnership
Enrichment Education Policy as Innovation Policy: New Asian Models in Comparative Perspective, Kathryn C Ibata-Arens
How Does Chinese Higher Education Cultivate Students’ Ability in Starting a Business?, Mansheng Zhao
Survey and Analysis of Trends in Online Education in the Pacific Rim Region, John Baek
The Impact of Private-Sector Innovations on Public Primary and Secondary Education in Japan, Julian Dierkes

Session 431: Roundtable: We the People:Contitutional Founding in Postcolonial East Asia

Session 432: Workshop: Fulbright Opportunities and Asia Specialists

Session 433: Youth Publics across Asia: Circuits of Representation and Consumption
Atomic Comics: The 'Nuclear State', Citizenship and the Graphic Fictions of Science in India, Raminder Kaur
In Search of Utopia: Coming-of-Age in Guo Jingming’s Young Adult Literature, Petra Thiel
Raising subjects: The representation of children and childhood in Meiji Japan, Rhiannon Paget
The "Child Political" in North India (1920-50), Nandini Chandra

Session 434: Returning to the Imaginary Homelands: Repatriation in the Era of Nation-States in Asia, 1940s-1970s
Children of Japanese Colonialists in Taiwan: Experiences and Identity of Nisei and Sansei before and after the Repatriation, Hiroko Matsuda
One Home, Two Empires, Three Nations : Japanese and Korean Repatriation from Karafuto and Persistence in Sakhalin , Taisho Nakayama
Repatriation, Deportation, Political Asylum: Implications of Being Ethnic Chinese in Thailand during the Cold War Era , Wasana Wongsurawat
Roundtrip Repatriation: Overseas Chinese in and out of Indonesia and China in Cold War Asia, Nobuhiro Aizawa

Session 435: Buddhism Transformed: Globalization and Modernity
Jodo Shinshu: Modern Movements and Global Concerns, John S. Harding
On Recent Transformations of Buddhist Doctrine, Mario D'Amato
Reconceptualizing “Modern” Buddhism, Abraham Zablocki
Translating Differences: Lamas, Lotsawas and the Tibetan Buddhist Literary Heritage, Martijn Van Beek

Session 436: Contemporary Art

Session 437: Health I

Session 438: Migration II

Session 439: China and the World II

Session 440: Media Flows II

Session 441: Asian Sounds II

Session 442: Migration III

Session 443: Religion Buddhism II

Session 444: Radio, Propoganda and Censorship

Session 445: Tourism

Session 458: Law I

Session 469: Presidential Roundtable: Democracy and Pluralism in Asia

Session 471: East Asian Relations with Ibero-America: Taking Stock of the Decade
An Assessment of the Koreas Relations with Spain, 2000-2010, Alfonso Ojeda
China, Latin American and Caribbean Relations: A Preliminary Balance of the First Ten Years of the Century, Gonzalo Paz
Japan Relations with Latin America: The Last Decade, Akio Hosono
Taiwan in Latin America and Caribbean Region in the 21st Century , Chung-chian Teng
The Relations Between China and Spain: Identities, Ideas and Societies, Pedro San Gines

Session 472: The ‘Myth of Return’ in Transnational Migration: Issues of Leaving Home, Return, and the Way Its Imagined Amongst Asian Migrants - PANEL 2 of 2
‘Going home by all means?’: The imagining of home, belonging and return in a Santhal IDP camp in Assam, India, Vandekerckhove, Nel N. Vandekerckhove
“The Forcible Repatriation of Koreans in Occupied Japan, 1945-1952”, Simon Nantais
Chinese Migrants in Israel: Should I Stay or Should I Go?, Barak B. Kalir
The problem of return for Partition’s Punjabi Hindu refugees, Neeti N. Nair
Transnational migrants between Brazil and Japan, Sarah S. Le Baron von Baeyer

Session 473: Perspectives on Genocide in Asia
Fashioning Consensus: Perpetrator-Eyewitness Responses During the Indonesian Mass Killings, 1965-1968, Vanessa Hearman
Reporting and Reflecting on the Conference: ‘Bangladesh 1971: Addressing Claims of War Crimes, Genocide, and Crimes Against Humanity’, Susan Gronewold
The Culture Collapses, The Nation Vanishes: Cambodian Art Before, During, and After Genocide, Sarah Gendron
The Killing Fields of Jiangnan: A Perspective on Genocide and the Taiping Rebellion, Charles A Desnoyers

Session 474: Explaining Russia in Asia Pacific: Competition, Cooperation, and Institution Building
Domestic transformations in Vladivostok for APEC summit 2012: an opportunity for prosperity?, Tamara Troyakova
Rethinking the Russo-Japanese Border in the Shifting Regional Order in East Asia, Kimie Hara
Russia and East Asian Integration, Tsuneo Akaha
Russia's Ambivalence Towards Integration Processes of the Asia-Pacific, Gaye Christoffersen
Southeast Asia and Russia: Engaging in Regional Architecture , Pushpa Thambipillai

Session 475: Tradition, Identity, and Ethnic Art in Modern Asia
Chinese Peasant Painting: From Cultural Revolution to Cultural Identity, Ralph C Croizier
Re-Framing Identity in Taiwan Contemporary Indigenous Art, Sophie McIntrye
The Politics of Mithila Painting, David L. Szanton

Session 476: New Urban Imaginations of Public Space in Delhi and Shanghai
Consuming Distinction? Middle-Class Suburbia in Global Shanghai , Tina Schilbach
Delhi’s Yamuna, Awadhendra Sharan
Distinctly Delhi: Affect and Exclusion in a Crowded City, Melissa A. Butcher
Liminal Spaces and Gender Norms in Urban India , Pallavi Mahajan
Outdoor Advertising as Gendered and Racialised Public Spaces in New Delhi , Laila Abu-Er-Rub
Trans-Shanghai: Cosmopolitan Space and Transgender Desire in Lost in Shanghai, Lan , Hongwei Bao

Session 477: Crossing Borders: Ethnic Minorities in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region
Cross-Border Rubber Between China and Laos: Regionalization Reinforcing the Nation, Janet C Sturgeon
Rubber and Counter-Insurgency Development in the Burma-China Borderlands, Kevin Woods
Smallholder Rubber Expansion in Northern Laos: Staking Claims on Frontier Land, Yayoi Fujita (Lagerqvist)
Under the State's Gaze: Upland Trading-Scapes on the Sino-Vietnamese Border, Sarah Turner
We Are Community, But You Are Other: Cross-Border Integration and Migration in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region, Sai Latt

Session 478: Disasters in Asia: Societal and Governmental Responses and Responsibilities
A Necessary Sacrifice? The Politicization of Disaster in Chinese Media Coverage of the Yellow River Flood of 1938 , Kathryn Edgerton-Tarpley
Evolution in Administrative Systems: Exploring Indonesia’s Response to the Great Sumatran Earthquake and Tsunami, Thomas W Haase
Social Memory of Japan’s Titanic: Emotion, History, Conspiracy and the JL123 Crash, Christopher P Hood
Stakeholder Collaboration for Evacuation and Sheltering Assistance Planning for Persons with Special Needs in Time of Disaster, Shigeo Tatsuki
The Great Tochio Flood of 1926: Limits to Modernization in Flood Amelioration, Philip Brown

Session 479: Uniting Different Cultures and Identities: Women’s Comics and Manga
Crossing Double Borders: Korean Female Amateur Artists in the Globalization of Japanese Doujin Culture, Hyojin Kim
Enlarging Women Manga Markets: Family Issues and the Autobiographical Tradition/Innovation of Japanese Women Manga Artists, Kotarō Nakagaki
Inspiring Women: Comics/Manga as Literature in Japan and the US, Fusami Ogi
Shōjo in Outer Space: The Intersection of Japanese Girls' Comics and Sf, Shige CJ Suzuki
Skim: Negotiating Asian-Canadian Identity in Comic Art, Jane Marianna Tolmie

Session 480: Western Concepts and East Asia 1600-2010

Session 481: Local Responses to Global Environmentalism

Session 482: East Asian Histories

Session 483: Marriage, Divorce and In Between

Session 513: Roundtable: Looking Back and Looking Forward: AAS and Asian Studies, 1960-2010

Session 514: Migration: Social Mobility and Displacement
Bangladeshi Migrant Women in the UAE: Displacement or Status gain?, Mehraj Jahan
Dams, Development and Dislocation in India, Arnab RoyChowdhury
Negotiating Remittance: South Asian Migrants , Ann Vogel
Who Cares? Economic and Social Mobility through Carework: The Case of Filipino Women in Japan, Ma. Reinaruth D Carlos

Session 515: New Directions in the Study of East Asian Zen Buddhism
Discovering the Doctrinal Positions in Ikkyu's Kyoun-shu, Didier Davin
Dogen’s View of Enlightenment and Practice and his Dream Vision of the Ancient Patriarch Damei., Shudo Ishii
Gradual Experiences of Sudden Enlightenment: The Varieties of Gong'an Son (Zen) Practice in Contemporary Korea, Ryan Bongseok Joo
The Zen Oxherding Pictures and Kyoto-School Philosophy, Yansheng He

Session 516: Regional and Transnational Networks of Trade and Diaspora in Asia ( I )
1. Sojourners’ network and the variegated public: merchants and locality in early modern China, Yongtao Du
3. Tokyo and Osaka -- Close but Oh so Far: The differing trade networks of two Japanese cities, David Rands
4.EDI versus FDI: How Transnational Diaspora Networks Impact China and India’s Economic Reforms?, MIn Ye
Modernization and Regionalism in South China: Notes on Coastal Navigation in Guangdong Province during the late-Nineteenth, early-Twentieth Century , Ulises Granados

Session 517: Educational migrants and returnees in and from East and Southeast Asia (1)Session 1 on primary and secondary students
A First-Step to Going Global: Emotional Capital and Embodied Readiness among South Korean Early Study Abroad Students in Singapore, Yoonhee KANG
Accumulating ‘Cosmopolitan Capital’: PRC Children Studying in Singapore , Shirlena HUANG
Chinese and Southeast Asian students in a Korea’s regional university: narratives on their migration motivation and their interpretations about migration experiences in Korea, Min-Kyung LEE
Welcome back? Experiences of primary and secondary school Korean ‘returnee students’ who have had Early Study Abroad (ESA) in Southeast Asia, Jeehun Kim

Session 518: Rethinking Citizenship in Asia: Comparative Perspectives on Recent Trends II. Inequality and Social Citizenship - Part II
Citizenship, Surveillance & Sovereignty: Managing Burmese & Bangladeshi Migrants in Transnational Pakistani Spaces, Nausheen H Anwar
Globalization and Social Citizenship: Evidence from India, Anil Varughese
Sacrificing for the State: Gendered Citizenship and China’s Emerging Welfare Regime(s), Sophia Woodman

Session 519: Art, East Asian Spiritualities and Performance: Crossing Time, Metamorphoses and Strategies
An Animated Chinese Self: Returning to A Spiritual and Spirited Refuge , Tze-yue Gigi Hu
Concept of kami in Japanese Animation and Comic: Late 20th Century Japanese Thought and Popular Culture, Yusuke Suzumura
Expanded Illusion of Life in the Age of Computation: Insights from East Asian Animated Artifacts into Digital Media Works , Kenny K.N. Chow
Rethinking Japanese Visual Culture: Contemporary Japanese Art in Relation to Anime and Popular Visual Representations , John Clammer
The Sense of ‘Out of This World’ in the Takarazuka Revue Company ~ Staging the spiritually sublime and the physically magical in the all-female Japanese theatre , Makiko Yamanashi
Women, Feminised Men and ‘Pop-Spiritualism’: Blurring Gender Representations in 2000s Japanese Animation , Akiko Sugawa-Shimada

Session 520: Religion Buddhism III

Session 521: Sacred Spaces II

Session 522: Rehabilitating the East Asian Community: Recent Historiography on Pan-Asianism
From Boom to Taboo and Back? Japanese Geopolitics before and after 1945, Christian W. Spang
Re-discovering “Asia” in China: History Politics and the Revision of Asianism in 21st century China, Torsten Weber
The “Re-Discovery” of East Asia by Korean Intellectuals, Eun-jeung Lee
The Pan-Asian Roots of postwar Japan’s Peace Movement , Christopher W. A. Szpilman

Session 523: Cross Border Marriages in East Asia

Session 524: Health II

Session 525: Cultural Movement

Session 526: Queer Asia

Session 527: Health, Technologies and Therapies

Session 528: Exploring Temporal, Cultural, and Territorial Boundaries through Science
Fighting on Two Fronts: Japan's Involvement in the Siberian Intervention and the Spanish Influenza Pandemic of 1918, Sumiko Otsubo
Liberalism and Science Education in Taisho Japan, Hiromi Mizuno
Popular Science and Science Popularization: Producing Science and Technical Livelihood in Kexue Huabao (Popular Science), Pei-ying Chen
Sovereignty and Imperial Hygiene: Japan and the 1919 Cholera Epidemic in East Asia, Yuehtsen J Chung

Session 557: Migration: Social Mobility and Displacement 2
Exploring the Social Dimensions of the Decision to Migrate amongst Professionals in the Global Teleservice Industry , Jennifer Jarman
Globalization, Migration and Displacements: Conceptual and Theoretical Issues, Habibul H Khondker
Migration and the Production of Botany in Colonial India, Zaheer Baber
Negotiating Remittance: South Asian Migrants , Ann Vogel

Session 558: Toward the “Lieux de Mémoire” of East Asia
Egocentric and De-centric Functions in the Realm of Memory, Minoru Iwasaki
Memory and the Politics of Fingerprinting: Colonialism; the Cold War; and Globalization, Ryuta Itagaki
The Arena of Remembering and Forgetting: The Memories of the Poet Yoon Dong-Ju in Seoul, Kyoto, and Long Jing, Shin Jung Kim
The Uncomfortable Memories of Shim Cheong, the “Sold Daughter”, Ji Young Jung

Session 559: Regional and Transnational Networks of Trade and Diaspora in Asia (II)
5. Trade Networks of South Asian Diaspora Communities in the Thai-Malaysia Region of Southeast Asia, Mala Rajo Sathian
6. The New Silk Road: Perspectives on the Asian Highway from Bangladesh, Lamia Karim
7. Fragile Cargo: Chinese Glass Paintings in Bangkok, Jessica Lee Patterson
8. Indian Trade Networks in Post-Colonial Singapore, Jayati Bhattacharya

Session 560: From Horseriders to Buddhist Devotees: China, Korea, and Japan at the Intersection of Visual Culture in the 5th-7th Centuries
Han Dynasty Traditions and the Emergence of the Koguryo Tomb Murals, Ho-Tae Jeon
Hungry Tigress and Beetle Wings Crossing the Sea: Chinese and Korean Sources for the Tamamushi Shrine, Junghee Lee
Identical Twins?: Early Twin Pagodas of China and Korea, Youn-mi Kim
The Birth of the Buddha Master: Shiba, Kuratsukuri, and the Dynamics of Immigrant Artisan Communities in Asuka Period Japan, Akiko Walley

Session 561: Emergent Notions of 'Achievement' in Asia: Causes and Consequences
Achievement and the Afterlife: Visions of Success in Singaporean Death, Ruth E Toulson
Aspirations to the Good Life: modernist interpretations and rejections of the modern in contemporary Taiwanese Buddhism, Joanna C Cook
On Disentangling the Salaryman Trope: Japanese Entrepreneurship and Work in Thailand , Mitchell W Sedgwick
Successful Development: Bureaucratic narratives, documents, and the achievement of developmental success by the Indian state, Nayanika Mathur
The disillusionments of multiple achievement metrics in Kepri, Indonesia , Nicholas J Long

Session 562: East Asian Colonial Histories

Session 581: Roundtable: Multilateralism in Eurasia: Historical Antecedents and Future Prospects

Session 582: Synergy of Intercultural Contact:Past, Present, and Future
Cross-cultural social skills learning: Cross-cultural psycho-education for developing cross-cultural interpersonal relationship, Tomoko TANAKA
Kontaktologie in a new context, Viktoria Eschbach-Szabo
Overcoming value-relativity, finding common ground: why synergy from continuous intercultural dialogue matters , Keiko Gibson MATSUI

Session 583: Shame – an “Asian Value”?
Benedict and Beyond: Perspectives on Shame , Maria Roemer
Representing the "Queer Other" in Ehtnographic Film: An Experimental Approach to Intersectionality and Identity Politics of Lesbians in Indonesia, Laura Coppens
Shame and Repentance as a Means of Social and Ideological Inclusion in the North Korean Film "The School Girl's Diary", Sun-ju Choi
Shameful Confessions: A German-Japanese Comparison, Tara Beaney

Session 584: The Rising Influence of Think Tanks in East Asia: Carving out a New Area for Research
A Think Tank on the Periphery, Boon Lai Hau
Environmentalism in East Asia: International Networks of Think Tanks and Their Discourses, Thomas Kern
Foreign-Policy Think Tanks in Japan and South Korea: Towards a Higher Profile?, Patrick Koellner
The Power–Knowledge Relationship in the Economic Development: The South Korean Case, Sang-hui Nam
Towards a Typology: A Comparison of Anglo-Saxon and East Asian Think Tanks, Alexander Ruser

Session 585: Neoliberal Market and National Imaginary: Gender and Consumption in China and South Korea
“175, 75, 34”: The Gay Internet as a Tool of Sexual Marketing and Consumption in Post-IMF Korea , John (Song Pae) Cho
A Quest for Café Latte: Cultural Meaning and Representation of Coffee Consumption in South Korea , Jee-Eun R Song
China’s Baby Formula Scandals: Consumer Goods, Nation, and the Gendered Body, Amy Hanser
Gendered Meaning of Authentic Foreign Commodities in China, Gowoon Noh
The Reconstitution of the Post-Partum Female Body in South Korea, Yoonjung Kang

Session 586: Asian Border-Crossing Mobilities I: On the Road to Self-Development
Aberrant Mobility: Shan Prisoners and a Journey of Self-Improvement in the Thai Prison, Amporn Jirattikorn
Educational NGOs and Cultural Branding in a Northwest Yunnan Tourist Zone, Tami Blumenfield
From Vagrants to Cultural Elites: Artist Migration in Contemporary China , Meiqin Wang
Potency and Charity: The Moral Economy of Cross-Border Religious Interactions, Southern Thailand, Jovan Maud
Through Casinos to the Future: Special Economic Zones in the Burma-Laos Borderlands, Pál Nyíri

Session 588: Law II

Session 589: Nationalism & Identity I

Session 590: Art Histories

Session 591: National Representations

Session 592: Dynastic Histories I

Session 593: Arts & Culture

Session 594: International Educational Flows

Session 595: Asia Foreign Policy

Session 596: Linguistics I

Session 597: Religion

Session 598: Wars and their Legacy in East Asia I

Session 606: State, Stability and Reform I

Session 627: Asian Border-Crossing Mobilities II: The Rise of Asian Overseas Volunteering
International Voluntary Service and the Philippines: Milestones, Motives and Meaning, Gregory C Rohlf
Mobility & Modernity: Taiwanese Volunteer Tourist’s Experiences in Europe, Joyce Hsiu-yen Yeh
Social and Cultural Mobility: Chinese Language (Volunteers) Teachers in Laos, Manynooch Faming
The Mutual Seduction of Intra-Asian Development in Nepal, Heather Hindman

Session 628: State and Industry: Rethinking of Development Theory in East-Asia Countries
Chinese Banks in Malaysia: State, Ethnic Relationship and Industry Development, Tsung-Yuan Chen
Institutions and Industrial Development in China: A Bureaucratic Perspective , Chun-Chih Chang
State Driven Development Model and the Influence of Non-Institutional Factors In Japan’s Political Economy, Tzu-Chen Cheng
The Development and Limitation of State-leading Industrial Network: A Comparative Study on Pharmacy and Semiconductor Industrial Clusters in Zhangjiang, Shanghai , Sheng-Wen Tseng
The Political Economy of China’s Standpoint in International Climate Negotiations and Domestic Industrial Policies, Yi-Jen Shih
The Study of Across-Boundary Governance in China and Regional Development of Yangtze River Delta , Se-Chih Wu

Session 629: Roundtable: In Search of Common Histories in East Asia:Joint History Commissions and Nongovernmental Dialogues in Comparative Perspective

Session 630: Prison Break: Asian Literature, Art, and Film of Incarceration
Afterlife of Letters from Death Row: Nagisa Oshima’s Death by Hanging, Shota Ogawa
Breaking through the Prison’s Walls: Art of Tuol Sleng Prison, Sarah Dickens
Let the Voices Break the Prison Wall: Teaching Asian Prison Writings to American Undergraduates, Luying Chen
Lyricism Behind Walls: Zhou Zuoren’s and Nie Gannu’s Doggerel Verses in Prisons, Haosheng Yang
North Korean Prison Survivor Literature: Shin Dong Hyuk’s “Out Into The World” , SANDRA FAHY

Session 631: Roundtable: APEC and the Future of Asia-Pacific Cooperation - supported by the East West Center and the Japan Foundation Center for global Partnership

Session 633: Redefining Identities of Nations and Their Peoples in (Post) Cold War East Asia
Cultural Strategy for Regulation of Collective Memory and Emotion in Postcolonial South Korea: Reconstructing the Relationship between South Korea and Japan in the 1960s, Yerim Kim
Discourse on Korean Women During the American Military Government Period in Korea, Ji-yeon Lee
Governing the Emotion in the Cold War Era in South Korea, Seung Hwa Joung
Return to Asia, or the Burden of History? : On the Impossibility of Taiwan in the Recent Transnational Discursive Formation of Asia, Wei-chi Chen
The Representation of North Korea in Japanese Popular Novels, Yukie Hirata

Session 634: Roundtable: The Use of Dutch Sources in the Historiography of Asia

Session 635: Bearing Witness: Representing Trauma in Modern Asia (1840-1960)
Body Parts, Trees and Trauma: Indian Subjectivities, the "Unspeakable," and Memories of Violence in the 1857 "Mutiny" , Carol E Henderson
Imag(in)ing War Trauma in Sakaguchi Ango’s “The Idiot” and Oe Kenzaburo’s “Prize Stock” , David C Stahl
In the Shadows: Picturing Memories of Wartime Massacres of Chinese in Malaya and Singapore, Shauli Ran
Trauma and Violence at the Margins: Pictorial Responses to the Opium War , Yeewan Koon

Session 636: Urban Ecology in Asian Cities: Urban and Building Policies for Climate Change Mitigation in East and Southeast Asian countries
How Energy Efficient Buildings Can Help Make China’s Rapid Urbanization Sustainable?, Kevin Mo
Tokyo Metropolitan Government’s Green Building Policies, Yuko Nishida
Urban and Building Policy Framework for Climate Change Mitigation in Post-Kyoto Era, Ying Hua
Urban Morphology and Sustainability in Asian Cities, Serge Salat
Vernacular Strategies for Sustainable Urban and Building Development, Xiaodi Yang

Session 637: Imagining the Other

Session 638: Linguisitcs II

Session 639: National Representations II

Session 640: History, Activism and Protest: A Wider Lens on Popular Nationalism in Post-Mao China

Session 641: Corporate Governance in East Asia

Session 642: Law II

Session 643: Wars and Their Legacey in East Asia II

Session 672: “The Clothing Industry, Crisis, and Transnational Labour Migration “
The Full Circle: Vietnamese Migrant Workers in Malaysia and Their Return to Vietnam, Angie A Ngoc Tran
The Thai Textile and Garment Industry and the Global Economic Crisis, Piyasuda P Pangsapa
The Transnational Migration of Vietnamese Laborers to Trinidad and Tobago, Andrew A N Le
Transnational Labour: Vietnamese workers in Malaysia, Vicki V D Crinis

Session 673: Roundtable: South-South Encounters: Women Writers, Activists, and Educators Across Early 20th-Century Asia

Session 674: Towards an East Asian Community
Agriculture and the Domestic Politics of Korean FTA Policy, Jemma Kim
East Asian Identity and Social Distance among China, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan: Based on the East Asian Social Survey 2008, Noriko Iwai
Innovation, National Interest, and Regional Integration in East Asia, Dennis McNamara
Regional Integration in East Asia as a Reaction to Global Challenges, Patrick ZILTENER
Southeast Asia’s Changing Economic Landscape: Determinants and Challenges, Teofilo C DAQUILA

Session 675: Examination of Cultural Politics in East Asia: The Flow of Travelers, Books, Images, and Knowledge from the 1900’s to the 1940’s
Aspects of Controlled Book Distribution in Asia: On the Creation of Manpai (Manchuria Book Distribution Company), Kyoko Shibano
Negotiating Identities: Passengers and State Surveillance on Kanpu Ferry During the Interwar Period of Imperial Japan(1918-1937), Gukchin Song
Philanthropy and the Creation of China’s Image in the US: an Analysis of the Management of US Missionary Higher Education in China Between the 1900s and the 1920s, Hiroko Ichikawa
Social Research as a “Technology of Governance” in Asian Networks from the 1910’s to the 1920’s, Kawol Chung

Session 676: Workshop: Using East Asian Popular Culture in the Classroom

Session 677: Textbook Dialogue in East Asia: The Experiences and Lessons of the History to Open the Future Project
(De)Constructing A History to Open the Future: Structure and Process in East Asian History Dialogue, Lonny E Carlile
East Asian-Style History Textbook Dialogue: A Retrospective Overview and Comparison with the European Experience, Ju-Back Sin
Establishing a Common Understanding of History: A Chinese Perspective, Chaoguang Wang
The 2011 Japanese Textbook Authorization Process and Textbook Dialogue: The Legal and Political Context , Norihiro Yoshida
The Usefulness of A History to Open the Future in History Teaching and Learning, Sam Hun Park

Session 678: Evolving States of Northeast Asia: Borders and Representation
Borders in Representation: Museum Exhibition of Northeast Asian Borders, Akihio Iwashita
Fluctuating Borders in the Korean Peninsula: Inter-Korean Relations and New Order in Northeast Asia, Naomi Chi
Inscription/Description: The Cartographic Construction of State Borders in North-East Asia, Ted Boyle
The Hyper-Border: Control and Resistance on the Southern Kuril Islands, Paul Richardson

Session 679: Educating the Young

Session 680: Material Culture

Session 681: The Politics of Space in Contemporary East Asian Films
Franco-Japanese Hybrid Cinema: Hiroshima as a Silent and Paradoxical Cinematic Space, Flannery Wilson
Genre's Spatial Imaginary in A Bittersweet Life (Dalkomhan Insaeng) and Rough Cut (Yonghwanun Yonghwada), Michelle Cho
Nostalgia Artifice: Spatial Pastiche and Schizophrenic Temporality in the Taiwanese Film "Cape No. 7", William Sun
Re-membering the Self, Remembering Hong Kong: Memory, Emotions and History in Evans Chan’s The Map of Sex and Love , Fang-yu Li
The Play of Space and Sexuality in Jia Zhangke’s The World: In the Light of Reading Dante and Fellini’s La Dloce Vita , Whitney Ruijuan Hao

Session 682: Canon, Canonicity, and Canonization in Premodern East Asia
Canonization Facilitated by a State-Independent Intellectual Community in 13th Century China: Zhu Xi and his Commentaries to the Four Books , Junghwan Lee
Ceremonies and the Rise of the Genji Monogatari as a Canon in Pre-modern Japan, Soomi Kim
Criteria for Literary Canon Formation and Politics in Pre-modern Korea: The Compilation and Circulation of the Tong Mun Son (Korean Literary Anthology), Hyok Key Song
National Pride Expressed in a Universal Format: Dai Viet Suky Toanthu and the Dynamics of a Canonization in the 15th Century Vietnamese Historiography, Kwi Muk Choi

Session 683: Religion-Christianity

Session 684: History & Segregation

Session 685: Transnationalism and Labour Migration

Session 686: Cultural Heritage and Identity

Session 687: Higher Education I

Session 718: Asian Women and Their Representations in the Global Religious Supermarket
Carving a niche in Buddhist Philanthropy: Chinese women and transnational religious volunteerism , Khun Eng Kuah-Pearce
From Divine Status to Ayuverdic Commodification: Indian women in a globalised religious supermarket , Md. Nazrul Islam
In search of their rightful place within the Islamic Culture in Singapore: Muslim Girls and the Madrasah Schools , Jason E.T. Tan
Woman manager in a Taoist Temple in China , (1) Selina Ching and (2) Graeme (1) Chan and (2) Lang

Session 719: Language as Space: Problematising and Negotiating ‘Power’ in Higher Education and Workplace in Asian Settings
English and Internationalization of Universities: Japanese case, Akiyoshi Yonezawa
Going to Vietnam to learn English: Internationalisation of Vietnamese universities through the eyes of Chinese international students , QUE V PHAN
Intercultural issues in English- medium programmes: A comparative study of an Australian university and a local university based in Vietnam, HA L PHAN
The ethics of English for the workplace in Singapore, T. Ruanni F. Tupas

Session 720: Canonization of Sacred Scriptures in East Asia
Canonical Authority in the Formation of the Cult of Heaven-God in Later Imperial Times, Thomas A. Wilson
Koryo Buddhist Canon: A Print Event, Lewis Lancaster
Shinten: Canonization of Shinto's Sacred Scriptures, Michael Wachutka
The Last Daoist Canon: The Daozang jiyao's Revelation and Canonization, Monica Esposito

Session 721: Locating Ethnicity or ‘Folkishness’ in East Asian Popular Music
Domesticating the Domestic? An Emerging Trend in Korean Independent Rock since the mid-2000s, Hyunjoon Shin
Making folk music contemporary: different appropriations of the folk tradition in Taiwan’s socially- conscious music, Tunghung Ho
Other Stories and Postcolonial Nostalgia in Japanese Popular Music: Agnes Chan, Teresa Teng and Yong Pil Cho and their acceptance in Japan, Yoshitaka Mouri
The Negotiation of Ethnic Identities and the Imagination of ‘neo-folk’ - the case of Hanggai in the Independent Music Scene of Urban China, Lei Peng
What ‘fusion’ means in the Korean music culture: changes in the traditional music during the last decade, Byung O Kim

Session 722: Mechanizing Language and Culture in Modern China and Japan
The First Japanese Typewriter and Its Specters, Raja Adal
The People's Republic of Predictive Text: How Communist "Typewriter Girls" Invented the First Natural Language Chinese Typewriter, Thomas Mullaney
Turning Speech into Evidence: The Steno-Typewriter (soku-taipu) in the Japanese Courtroom, Miyako Inoue

Session 723: Female Filmmakers In Asia
Constructing Space in a Constructed Space: What the opposing cinematic styles of Ogigami Naoko and Nishikawa Miwa reveal about Japanese film., Colleen A. Laird
East Asian Female Directors in the Age of Independent Filmmaking, Louisa S. Wei
Searching for Identity and Autonomy: Female Film Directors, Women's Film, and Women's Film Festivals in Post-New Order Indonesian Cinema, Novi Kurnia
Voice From the Margin: Korean Female Film Director Lim Soon-rye, Jinim Park
Women's Impacts On Cinema In Post-Suharto Indonesia : Beyond The ‘Victim-Virago Dichotomy, Felicia Hughes-Freeland

Session 724: (Dis)embodying “Japan” : Discourses of Multiracial Empire in Manchukuo and Japanese Immigrants in Hawai'i, British Columbia, and the Priamur Region
A 'White’ Race with Cultural Capital: Harbin, Music, and the Russian Diaspora in Watashi no Uguisu of Manchukuo/the Japanese Empire, InYoung Bong
Creating a Manchurian Utopia: Shinmei Masamichi's Theory of a Multi-Racial Nation-State in Manchukuo, Seok-Won Lee
Japanese Communities in the Formation of Regional Identity in British Columbia and the Priamur Region in the Late-19th/Early-20th Century: A Comparative Perspective, Igor Saveliev
Loyal Subjects In The Racial Melting Pot: The Sociological Discourse Concerning Japanese Immigrants In Hawaii, Noriaki Hoshino

Session 725: The Transnational Politics of US Military Occupation in East Asia: Japan, Korea, and Okinawa
Okinawa’s Critique of Transpacific Colonial Reason, Annmaria Shimabuku
Postcolonizing the “Postwar”: Democratization and the “Korean Problem” in U.S./Allied-Occupied Japan, Deokhyo Choi
The Ambiguity of Okinawan-ness and the Politics of Indigeneity, Ayano Ginoza
US Military Bases in Korea: The History of a Massive Cash Cow, Luc Walhain

Session 726: Digital Humanities and the Mechanics of Knowledge Production
Data-Intensive Methods and the Logic of Scientific History, Javier Cha
Digital Hermeneutics, Duncan Paterson
Machinese, or How to Read Binary: From Leibniz's Hexagrammar to the Model K, John Kim
More Than a Map: The Importance of Working Natively with Spatial Data in hGIS, Elijah Meeks

Session 727: Rural Development in China and India

Session 728: Boundaries, Border-Crossings and Migrant-Identity: Asian Perspectives
Blurry Boundaries, Changing Landscapes: Evolving Native-Migrant Relations in India's Northeast, Anindita Dasgupta
Blurry Boundaries, Changing Landscapes: Evolving Native-Migrant Relations in India's Northeast, Lopita Nath
Female Migration, Re-Presentation, and Identity Politics in East Asia, Catherine Chang
Looking for “Madama Butterfly”: Italian Immigrants in Japan Dealing with the Western Myth of Woman, Michele Monserrati
Shifting Landscapes, Changing Identities: Impact of Contemporary Migrant Labor on Malaysia’s Public and Private Space, Neeta S. Singh

Session 729: Modern Asian Art

Session 730: Social Movements and Social Networks

Session 731: Climate Change and Environmental Awareness in East Asia

Session 732: Youth Cultures

Session 753: Politics of Energy in Asia

Session 765: Educational Migrants and Returnees in and from East and Southeast Asia (2)(Session 2 on tertiary students)
Globalization and International Student Mobilities in East Asia, Mayumi Ishikawa
The Moral Worth of Social Capital: Early Study Abroad Returnees in Seoul , Adrienne Lo
The Moral Worth of Social Capital: Early Study Abroad Returnees in Seoul , Jenna Chi Kim