2011 서강대학교 동아연구소 국제학술회의
일시: 2011년 3월 24일(목)-25일(금)
장소:서강대학교 가브리엘관 109호
동남아시아의 역사적?문화적 구성: 외부의 영향과 현지화
서강대학교 동아연구소는 2011년 3월 24-25일에 국제클러스터 학술회의를 개최했습니다. 이번 학술대회에서는 < 동남아시아의 역사적?문화적 구성: 외부의 영향과 현지화>라는 주제 하에 16명의 국내외 동남아시아연구자들의 연구 성과 발표가 있었습니다.

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Session 1: China and Southeast Asia Session 2: Europe and Southeast Asia
PARK Sa-Myung
Chinese Influence and Southeast Asian Response: An Interactive Approach Hung-Guk CHO The 1688 Palace Revolution and the Siamese Society’s Response to the French Politico-Economic and Cultural Influences during the Reign of King Narai(1656-1688)
Geoffrey Wade Ming China and Southeast Asia: Relations and Influence Junko Koizumi Western Influences or Chinese Influences?: Diplomatic Negotiations between Vietnam and Siam, 1879-1882
YU Insun The Road to Confucianism as a State Ideology in Vietnam LEE Sang Kook Siam Mismapped: Revisiting the Territorial Dispute over the Preak Vihear Temple
Session 3: Colonialism and Modernity in Southeast Asia Session 4: Religion and Society
KIM Eun-Young Khmer Heritage and Colonial Legacy in Cambodia KANG Heejung Religions Arts in the Early Classical Period in Southeast Asia
LEE Han Woo Accommodation of the Western Culture’s Influences in Vietnam Andrew A. Johnson Taboo and Value: The Selective Appropriation of Northern Thai History
    KIM Hyung-Jun Responses to Islam in Indonesia: Religions Knowledge in Three Islam-Related Books
Session 5: Korea and Contemporary Southeast Asia Session 6: Nation and Education
Jacqueline Aquino Siapno Breaking the Spell: Between Seduction and Solidarity, Racism and Inequality in Hallyu and Its Impact in Timor Leste and the Philippines Tuong H. Vu The Resurgence of Nationalism in Southeast Asia: Causes, Missions, and Significance
SONG Seung-Won Dynamics behind the Cia-Cia Tribe’s Adoption of Hangul, the Korean Alphabet, in Indonesia Paul H. Kratoska Country, State and Nation as Prescriptive Concepts in Malaysian History Textbooks
    Jeehun KIM Singapore’s Bilingualism and Bilingual Educational Policies: An Inherited versus Invented Heritage
 

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