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Detailed Program (Temporary)

September 6 (Thursday), 2018 /  September 7 (Friday), 2018 /  September 8 (Saturday), 2018

 September 6 (Thursday), 2018
08:00 - 09:00
Registration
09:00 - 09:30 Opening Ceremony (International Conference Hall)
Chair: Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao (Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
09:30 - 09:45
Group Photo
09:45 - 10:45 Keynote Speech (International Conference Hall)
Chair: Chin-Shing Huang (Institute of History and Philosophy, Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
Speaker: Fu-San Huang (Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
Topic: Taiwan Studies as a New Academic field: Problems and Prospects
10:45 - 11:10
Coffee Break
11:10 - 12:40
Session A1: The Case of Taiwan for Sociology International Conference Hall
Chair: Gwo-Shyong Shieh (Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
  1. Yang-chih Fu (Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
    Developing a Contact-based Approach to Personal Network Studies in Taiwan and Beyond
     Abstract   
  2. Thomas Gold (Department of Sociology, University of California, Berkeley, USA)
    The Significance of the Taiwan Case for Social Theory
     Abstract   
  3. Cheng-Pang Lee (Department of Sociology, National University of Singapore, Singapore)
    Making Taiwan Relevant to Sociology: Turning Contingencies into Puzzles
     Abstract   
  4. Michelle Fei-Yu Hsieh (Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
    Governing Taiwan’s Decentralized Economy: The State, SME Networks, and Learning
     Abstract   
Session B1: Women and Gender 1st Conference Room
Chair: Wan-Ying Yang (Department of Political Science, National Chengchi University, Taiwan)
  1. Isabelle Cheng (School of Languages and Area Studies, University of Portsmouth, UK)
    They Know Where I Am from as Soon as I Open My Mouth: Gender, Ethnicity and Class in the Linguistic Rite of Passage of Migrant Women in Taiwan
     Abstract   
  2. Fanni Maraczi (East Asian Studies, Pallas Athene Geopolitical Research Institute, Hungary)
    Gay Rights as a Weapon of Soft Power
     Abstract   
  3. Astrid Lipinsky (Department of East Asian Studies, University of Vienna, Austria)
    Globalization of the Taiwanese Women's Movement? The Impact of the UN Human Rights Conventions and their Adoption in Taiwan. With a Focus on CEDAW
     Abstract   
  4. Shiho Maehara (Faculty of Human-Environment Studies, Kyushu University, Japan)
    How do They Tell the “Story”? The Displays in the Comfort Woman Museums in Taipei, Seoul and Shanghai
     Abstract   
Session C1: New Subjects of Taiwan Political Science Research 2nd Conference Room
Chair: Tse-Kang Leng (Institute of Political Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
  1. Dalton Lin (Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)
    Lessons from the Taiwan Strait: Parallel Self-Interest, Consistent Signaling, and Can-Kicking Rapprochement
     Abstract   
  2. Nien-Chung Chang Liao (Institute of Political Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan) and Wen-Chin Wu (Institute of Political Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
    The Effect of Authoritarian Regime Types on the Progress of Transitional Justice in Taiwan
     Abstract   
  3. Chin-Shou Wang (Department of Political Science, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan) and Yu-Hsien Sung (Department of Political Science, University of South Carolina, USA)
    Reexamining the Role of the Constitutional Court in Taiwan’s Democratization
     Abstract   
  4. Alex Chuan-Hsien Chang (Institute of Political Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan), Tse-Min Lin (Department of Government, University of Texas at Austin, USA), Jerry Hsieh (Institute of Journalism, National Taiwan University, Taiwan) and Sheng-Wei Chen (Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
    What Exactly Do People Mean When Saying They are Taiwanese/Chinese? Analyzing the Semantic Shift in the Language of National Identity
     Abstract   
12:40 - 14:00
Lunch (Recreation Hall)
14:00 - 15:30
Session A2: Assessing the Study of Taiwan in Europe: An EATS Outlook International Conference Hall
Chair: Ming-Yeh Rawnsley (Centre of Taiwan Studies, SOAS, University of London, UK)
  1. Federica Passi (Department of Asian and North African Studies, Ca' Foscari University, Italy)
    Assessing the Study of Taiwan Literature in Europe: An EATS outlook
     Abstract   
  2. Dean Karalekas (Strategic Vision, Taiwan Center for Security Studies, Taiwan)
    Cold War or Hot Peace: A Survey of the European Perspective on Cross-Taiwan Strait Security
     Abstract   
  3. Niki Alsford (School of Language & Global Studies, University of Central Lancashire, UK)
    Assessing the State of Taiwan History and Historiography: An EATS Outlook
     Abstract   
  4. Lara Momesso (School of Language and Global Studies, University of Central Lancashire, UK)
    Assessing the State of Migration to and from Taiwan: An EATS Outlook
     Abstract   
Session B2: Taiwan's Past in Comparative Perspective 1st Conference Room
Chair: Lung-Chih Chang (Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
  1. Táňa Dluhošová (Oriental Institute, Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic) and Lung-chih Chang (Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
    Digital Humanities and the Study of Elites: Defining the Political Capital of Ruling Elites in Taiwan (1935–1950)
     Abstract   
  2. Chao-Ying Lee (Departments of Ethnic Relations and Cultures, National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan)
    18th Century French Publication of Taiwan Scenery in Travel Illustration – Initiation from Atlas of Maps
     Abstract   
  3. Haruna Nakamura (Nakagusuku Village Education of Board, Japan) and Nina Margo Holzschneider (Graduate School of East Asian Studies, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany)
    Organizational Strategies of Okinawans in Pre- and Post-war Taiwan
     Abstract   
  4. I-Kang Tsai (Santé, populations et politiques sociales(SPPS), Ecole des hautes etudes en sciences sociales(EHESS), France)
    A Connected History of Colonial Medicine: The Comparative Study of Taiwan and Vietnam
     Abstract   
Session C2: Taiwan in International Law 2nd Conference Room
Chair: Tzu-Yi Lin (Institutum Iurisprudentiae, Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
  1. Chen-En Sung (Research and Education Department, Tang Prize Foundation, Taiwan)
    Has Taiwan Declared Independence?
     Abstract   
  2. Yu-Jie Chen (Institutum Iurisprudentiae, Academia Sinica, Taiwan) and Jerome Cohen (School of Law, New York University, USA)
    The “92 Consensus” and Cross-strait Agreements: China-Taiwan Relations Re-examined
     Abstract   
  3. Jacques deLisle (Law School and Political Science, University of Pennsylvania, USA)
    Taiwan’s International Law Fare: Engaging Legal Rules, Norms, and Institutions in a Quest for Status and Security—and Implications for Understanding International Law
     Abstract   
15:30 - 16:00
Coffee Break
16:00 - 18:00
Session A3: 深度探討日本的台灣研究:人文社會科學領域的挑戰 <中文場次> International Conference Hall
Chair: Yasuhiro Matsuda (Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, The University of Tokyo, Japan)
  1. Miwako Akamatsu (Faculty of Comparative Culture, Otsuma Women's University, Japan)
    Retrospect and Prospect of the Taiwan Studies in Japan in the Recent Decade: on Literature
     Abstract   
  2. Atsushi Sugano (Faculty of International Studies, Meio University, Japan)
    A Historical Analysis of the Taiwan Studies in Japan in the Past Decade
     Abstract   
  3. Masaki Ienaga (Department of International Relations, Tokyo Woman’s Christian University, Japan)
    Retrospect and Prospect of the Taiwan Studies in Japan in the Recent Decade: on Politics
     Abstract   
  4. Maoko Miyaoka (Faculty of Humanities, Department of Culture, Fukuoka University, Japan)
    Review of the Japanese Anthropological Studies on Taiwan in the Past Decade
     Abstract   
Session B3: Family, Gender, and the Making of Home in Taiwan in Comparative Perspective 1st Conference Room
Chair: Chin-Chun Yi (Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
  1. Man Yee Kan (Department of Sociology, University of Oxford, UK), Kamila Kolpashnikova (Department of Sociology, National Taipei University, Taiwan) and Tsui-o Tai (Department of Sociology, National Taipei University, Taiwan)
    Lagged Adaptation in the Association between Women’s and Men’s Gender Attitudes and Housework Time in 24 Countries
     Abstract   
  2. Tsui-O Tai (Department of Sociology, National Taipei University, Taiwan) and Wan-Chun Hsieh (Department of Sociology, National Taipei University, Taiwan)
    Changes in Perceptions of Housework Division: Taiwan in Comparative Perspective
     Abstract   
  3. Ming-Chang Tsai (Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies(RCHSS), Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
    Intimacy, Equity and Gender Ideology among Married People: Comparing Four East Asian Societies
     Abstract   
  4. Zhenchao Qian (Department of Sociology, Brown University, USA) and Ming-Chang Tsai (Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies(RCHSS), Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
    Gender and Inequality: Marriages across Borders and Boundaries in Taiwan from a Comparative Perspective
     Abstract   
Session C3: Taiwan in Comparative Law 2nd Conference Room
Chair: Jacques DeLisle (Law School and Political Science, University of Pennsylvania, USA)
  1. Hsiao-Wei Kuan (Department of Law, National Taipei University, Taiwan)
    Legalizing LGBT Parenting in Taiwan: A Bumpy Road Ahead
     Abstract   
  2. Jean-Marc Coicaud (Rutgers Law School, Rutgers University, USA)
    Exploring the Notion of "Hybrid Legal Regimes" and Taiwan as an Example
     Abstract   
  3. Oran Doyle (Law School, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)
    Constitutional Beginnings
     Abstract   
  4. Tzung-Mou Wu (Institutum Iurisprudentiae, Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
    How Some Misunderstandings of Comparative Law Delayed State-Building: On Taiwan's Court Organization Act Amendments of 1980
     Abstract   
18:00 - 18:30
Performance (International Conference Hall)
18:30 - 20:30
Welcome Dinner (Invitation Only, Recreation Hall)

 

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