2013 서강대학교 동아연구소 국제학술회의
일시: 2013년 5월 23일(목)-24일(금)
장소: 서강대학교 가브리엘관 109호
동남아 가족의 재구성: 초국가적 영향력과 지역적 역동성
서강대학교 동아연구소는 2013년 5월 23-24일에 TRaNS 국제학술회의를 개최하였습니다. 이 회의에서 〈동남아 가족의 재구성〉이라는 주제 하에 동남아 가족의 재편과 의미를 초국가적 영향력과 지역적 역동성 측면을 중심으로 살펴보았습니다.

Registration and Welcome Remarks
SHIN Yoon Hwan
Introduction to TRaNS
Sang Kook LEE
Session I: Family Values in the Development of Capitalism
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Moderator Denis KIM, SJ
Presenter Caroline HAU Tiger Mother as Ethnopreneur: Amy Chua and the Cultural Politics of Chineseness
Discussant Yoonhee KANG
Presenter Alfred W. MCCOY A Tale of Two Families: Comparison of Generational
Succession in Filipino and American Family Firms
Discussant Dong Yeob KIM
Presenter Maznah MOHAMAD Land, Gender and Family: Matrilineal Troubles and the Islamic Family Reconstituted
Discussant LOH Kah Seng
Session II: Rituals and the Family in a Transnational Context
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Moderator Inho BAIK
Presenter Katheleen M. ADAMS Families, Funerals and Facebook: Reimag(in)ing Toraja Selves, Kith and Kin in the Translocal Era
Discussant Seung Won SONG
Presenter Megan SINNOTT Child Spirits, Gender and Modern Middle Class Conceptions of Childhood in Thailand
Discussant Sang Kook LEE

Session III: Family and Politics

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Moderator Sun-Jin LEE
Presenter TEO You Yenn Differentiated Deservedness: Governance through Familialist Social Policies in Singapore
Discussant Hyunjeong LEE
Presenter James OCKEY Family Politics and Democracy: Thailand in Comparative Perspective
Discussant PRAJAK Kongkirati
Presenter PRAJAK Kongkirati The Rise and Fall of Political Families in Thailand, 1973-2011
Discussant Eunhong PARK

Session IV: Caring and the Reconstruction of Gender and Family

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Moderator Byung Nam YOON
Presenter Martin MANALANSAN The “Caring” Filipino: The Affective Architecture of Filipino Transnational Families
Discussant Minjung KIM
Presenter Nicole CONSTABLE Returning Home With a Baby, Single Motherhood, and Other Stories of Failed Migration
Discussant Seori CHOI
Presenter Janice NEWBERRY
Discussant Jiwon SUH Women and Children First: Networked Care and the Reemergence of the Domestic Community
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