文化研究國際中心

2017/5/31-6/3 衝突、正義與解殖Ⅱ:殖民帝國的轉型與人文學科的困境研討會 Conflict, Justice and Decolonization II: Paradigm Shift of the Colonial-Imperial Order and the Aporia of Human Sciences

 

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May 31, June 2-6, 2017
Conflict, Justice and Decolonization II:

Paradigm Shift of the Colonial-Imperial Order and 
the Aporia of Human Sciences

Website: http://ppt.cc/Dsja5http://iics.ust.edu.tw/2017_CJDS/

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Conflict, Justice and Decolonization Lecture & Workshop Series
 
 
Conflict, Justice and Decolonization II: 
Paradigm Shift of the Colonial-Imperial Order and 
the Aporia of Human Sciences
 
 
 
Date: June 2-3(Fri & Sat) 9:30-18:00
Venue: Room 204, HA Building 2, NCTU(交通大學光復校區人社二館204室)
 
 
Objectives:
On May 31 and June 2-3, 2017, the International Institute for Cultural Studies, National Chiao Tung University, will hold the workshop: Conflict, Justice and Decolonization II: Paradigm Shift of the Colonial-Imperial Order and theAporia of Human Sciences, which constitutes part of the long-term project Conflict and Decoloniality’ conducted by the International Institute for Cultural Studies. The workshop invites scholars from Japan, Italy, France, Hong Kong, United States, and local scholars in Taiwan, in an attempt to critically reflect on the reformation of disciplinary practice and knowledge production of east-Asian society, under today’s on-going process of globalization in which the collapse of the colonial-imperial order is taking place, along with the weakening of the nation-states.
 
The workshop will reflect on the following topics: 
1) New Colonialism or Colonial Unconscious in the Age of Neoliberalism
2) Decolonization of Knowledge
3) Conflicts in East-Asia and its Artistic Mediation of the Decolonial Bodies
 
We expect to bring together the transnational and cross-disciplinary dialogue through this workshop, in order to imagine a new form of knowledge production for the future.
 


 
會議說明:
國立交通大學文化研究國際中心計於2017年5月31日和6月2-3日主辦「衝突、正義與解殖II:殖民帝國的轉型與人文學科的困境」研討會。此研討會乃文化研究國際中心發展「衝突與解殖」長程研究主題之重要努力,邀集來自日本、義大利、法國、香港、美國等地學者,與在地優秀學術工作者對話。本會議希望在當代全球化持續開展,而殖民-帝國秩序逐漸退去,以及與其相應相生之國族主義結構面臨崩解之時,能夠取人文學科暨知識生產的機制建構與轉型角度,共同析解當代東亞社會所面臨之各樣衝突與調整。
 
會議研討主題概分下列三大項:
1) 新自由主義時代的新殖民主義或殖民無意識
2) 知識的去殖化
3) 東亞政治衝突與其美學呈現
 
期待會議中多元的跨國、跨學門、跨領域對話,能闢拓更具未來性的知識生產願景。




 
Presenters:
Sandro Mezzadra(義大利波隆那大學政治與社會科學系副教授)
Jon Solomon蘇哲安 (法國里昂大學教授)
Alain Brossat(巴黎八大、交大社文所客座教授)
板垣竜太Ryûta Itagaki(日本同志社大學社會學系教授)
磯前順一Jun’ichi Isomae(日本京都日本研究國際中心教授)
井上間従文Mayumo Inoue (日本一橋大學語言與社會研究所副教授)
酒井直樹 Naoki Sakai (康乃爾大學東亞研究╱比較文學系教授)
林國偉Benny Lim (香港中文大學文化及宗教研究系助理教授)
鍾佩琦 Peichi Chung (香港中文大學文化及宗教研究系助理教授)
陳佩甄 Eno Pei Jean Chen (中央研究院博士後研究員)
汪俊彥Chunyen Wang (台灣師範大學台灣語文學系助理教授)
王威智Wei-Chih Wang (清華大學天下書院導師)




主辦單位:
交通大學&台灣聯合大學系統文化研究國際中心 、交通大學社會與文化研究所、亞際文化研究國際學位學程(台灣聯合大學系統)


經費來源:
科技部、教育部「亞際文化研究全球網絡」(TEEP)計畫、交通大學邁向頂尖計畫

 

 
 

May 31 (wed) 14:00-17:00
 
Room106A,
HA Building2
NCTU
Sandro Mezzadra
(義大利波隆那大學政治與社會科學系副教授)
Democracy Under Erasure? The European Union and Its Multiple Crises
 
Room 204,
HA Building2, NCTU
June 2 (Fri) 9:30-9:50 Registration
9:50-10:00 Opening
 
Prof. Naoki Sakai & Prof. Joyce C.H. Liu
 
10:00-12:30
 
How Do We Address the Present?
Chair: Joyce C. H. Liu  (NCTU)
Jon Solomon
(法國里昂第三大學跨文本文化研究所教授)
Knowledge Production in the Apparatus of Area under Pax Americana: The labor of translation, the financialization of knowledge, and the work of the common
 
Alain Brossat
(巴黎八大、交大社文所客座教授)
The War that Comes
 
12:30-13:30
 
Lunch break
 
13:30-15:30
 
Social Conflict, Aesthetic Mediation and the (un)Decolonized Bodies in East Asia I
Chair: Jon Solomon
井上間従文Mayumo Inoue
(日本一橋大學語言與社會研究所副教授)
Art’s Shame and Nations in Shame: Toward a Viable Image Politics in Okinawa
 
林國偉Benny Lim
(香港中文大學文化及宗教研究系助理教授)
The Representations of Metanarratives in the Postcolonial Hong Kong
– a Case Study of Umbrella Festival
 
鍾佩琦 Peichi Chung
(香港中文大學文化及宗教研究系助理教授)
Hong Kong Cinema: Reconnecting Its Southeast Asian Heritage
 
15:30-16:00
 
Coffee Break
 
16:00-18:00
 
Social Conflict, Aesthetic Mediation and the (un)Decolonized Bodies in East Asia II
Chair: Ming-Wei Peng (NCTU)
 
陳佩甄 Eno Pei Jean Chen
(中央研究院博士後研究員)
The Love Unconscious: On Decolonializing Love in Taiwan and South Korea
 
汪俊彥Chunyen Wang
(台灣師範大學台灣語文學系助理教授)
What Does “an Open Body” Say? The Body and the Cold-war in the early 1980s Theatre of Taiwan
 
王威智Wei-Chih Wang
(清華大學天下書院導師)
National Consciousness and Taiwanese Bodies in Modern Taiwan Theater
 
 
June 3
(Sat)
10:00-12:30
 
New Colonialism in the Age of Neoliberalism and the Future of Humanities
Chair: Shu-Fen Lin (NCTU)
Sandro Mezzadra
(義大利波隆那大學政治與社會科學系副教授)
Bordering the Global: the Multiplication of Labor and the Challenges of Decolonization
 
Roundtable Discussants:
Joyce C.H. Liu (NCTU)
Yuan-Horng Chu (NCTU)
 
12:30-13:30
 
Lunch break
 
13:30-15:30
 
SRCS & IACS Students Projects
Chair: Yuan-Horng Chu (NCTU)
 
Francklin Benjamin
The Idea of Citizenship in the Context and After the Haitian Revolution (1791-1987): Emancipation, Popular Struggles and Recognition
 
 
Mai Thi Thu
The Everyday Life of Vietnamese Migrants in Industrial Areas of Taiwan Case study of Hsinchu
Poonam Sharma
The condition of unequal citizenship and religious inequity of the Nepali and Bangladeshi Diasporas of North-east India
 
Hazem D. S. Almassry
Development under Occupation:
The Role of Neoliberal Policies in Depoliticizing the Palestinian Issue
 
15:30-16:00
 
Coffee Break
 
16:00-18:00
 
The Past and the Future of the Humanities
Chair: Hung Yueh Lan (NCTU)
板垣竜太Ryûta Itagaki
日本同志社大學社會學系教授
 “Of Grammatology in North Korea, 1945-58.”
 
磯前順一Jun’ichi Isomae
(京都日本研究國際中心教授)
The Adventure of Japanese Studies: The Case of the International Research Center for Japanese Studies
 
酒井直樹 Naoki Sakai
(康乃爾大學東亞研究比較文學系教授)
Universality, Internationality, and the Modern Regime of Translation: On the Question of Anthropological Difference
 
 
June 6
(Tue)
09:00-12:00
 
Room C403, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, National Tsing Hua University
磯前順一Jun’ichi Isomae
(京都日本研究國際中心教授)
Listening to the Disquiet Voices from the Dead in Northeast Japan Colonialism