2017 서강대 동아연구소 TRaNS 국제학술회의
올해 동아연구소의 TRaNS 국제학술회의는 고려대학교에서 개최된 2017 AAS-in-ASIA 연례학술대회의 일환으로 진행되었습니다. 금년도 TRaNS 국제학술회의에서는 “Shifting Political Landscapes in Southeast Asia”라는 주제 하에 세 개의 패널이 각각 동남아시아 발전의 정치경제, 종교와 정치, 정치변동을 주제로 흥미로운 연구를 발표하였습니다.

주제: Shifting Political Landscapes in Southeast Asia
일시: 2017년 6월 25일(일)-26일(월)
장소: 고려대학교 현대자동차 경영관 303호
Sunday, June 25, 11:10-13:00
Panel I: Political Conflict and Change in Mainland Southeast Asia
(Chair: Caroline Hughes)
구분 주제
Prajak Kongkirati
(Thammasat University, Thailand)
Veerayooth Kanchoochat
(National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, Japan)
The Prayuth Regime: Embedded Military and Guided Capitalism
Simon Creak
(University of Melbourne))
The disappearance of Sombath Somphone and the retreat of civil society in Laos
Caroline Hughes
(University of Bradford)
An oncoming train? Economic transformation, demographic change and elite-business relations in Cambodia
Sunday, June 25, 14:00-15:50
Panel II: Islam in Indonesia: Disrupting or Reinforcing Democracy?
(Chair: Vedi Hadiz)
구분 주제
Vedi Hadiz
(University of Melbourne)
Islamic Morality and Indonesian Democracy
Julian Millie
(Monash University)
Practice and politics: Region and centre in Indonesia Islam
Inaya Rakhmani
(University of Indonesia)
Islamic morality and the Indonesian Muslim middle class
Dina Afrianty
(Australian Catholic University)
Political reform and the status of gender equality in Indonesia
Monday, June 26, 9:00-10:50
Panel III: Rapid Growth, Deep Undercurrents, and Troubled Politics in Southeast Asia
(Chair: Boo Teik Khoo)
구분 주제
Patricio N. Abinales
(University of Hawaii at Manoa)
It’s Local Power, Stupid: Mayor Rodrigo Duterte in Philippine National Politics
Veerayooth Kanchoochat
(National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, Japan)
Siamese twin troubles: The growth–stability contradiction in contemporary Thailand
Boo Teik Khoo
(National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, Japan)
Political turbulence and stalemate in contemporary Malaysia: Political turbulence and stalemate in contemporary Malaysia: Oligarchic reconstitutions and insecurities
Tu Phuong Nguyen
(Australian National University)
Towards a moral economy of labour resistance in Vietnam


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