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IAS Up and Coming Researchers January 2016 Meeting and Symposium
Muslim Minorities and the State: Multicultural Symbiosis amid the Changing Politics of the 20th Century

The Waseda IAS Up and Coming Researchers group will hold their next monthly meeting on January 9th (Sat) 2016 at the TUFS ILCAA. in Fuchu Tokyo. This event will also feature a symposium on Muslim minorities hosted by the TUFS ILCAA Fieldnet project and co-hosted by the Chinese Muslims research group. The name of the symposium is “Muslim Minorities and the State in China and Russia: Multicultural Symbiosis amid the Changing Politics of the 20th Century”.

The Waseda IAS Up and Coming Researchers group will hold their January 2016 meeting on January 9th (Sat) 2016 at the TUFS ILCAA in Fuchu Tokyo. This event will also feature a symposium on Muslim minorities hosted by the TUFS ILCAA Fieldnet project and co-hosted by the Chinese Muslims research group. The name of the symposium is “Muslim Minorities and the State in China and Russia: Multicultural Symbiosis amid the Changing Politics of the 20th Century”. Details are as follows. This event is open to everyone. No reservation is required. Please join us.

Muslim Minorities and the State in China and Russia: Multicultural Symbiosis amid the Changing Politics of the 20th Century

  • Time
    January 9th (Sat) 2016, 13:00-19:00
  • Place
    Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, 3rd floor multi-media seminar room #306
    Map
  • Language
    Japanese (without English interpreting)
  • Event Organizers
    Hideyuki Naganuma (doctoral student, University of Tokyo)
    Noriko Unno (doctoral student, University of Tokyo)
    Noriyoshi Yakubo (doctoral student, Keio University)
  • Adviser
    Kazuo Morimoto (University of Tokyo)
  • Note:
    A post-event informal reception dinner is planned. No reservation is required for the event, but if you plan to attend the post-event dinner we ask that you notify event organizer Naganuma at your earliest convenience.
  • CONTACT
    Event Organizer Hideyuki Naganuma: [email protected]

PROGRAM

  • 13:00-13:10
    Opening Remarks & Introductions
  • 13:10-15:10
    Session One: Russia & the Soviet Union
    ‘Ulamāʼ, Muslim Communists, and Scholars of the Orient in the Early Soviet Volga-Ural Region
    Masumi Isogai (Kyoto University of Foreign Affairs)
    A Leader of Indigenous Assimilation or an Enlightened Saint?: Ethnic Consciousness and Views on Nikolai Il’minskii’s Missionary Work
    Akira Sakurama (JSPS Research Fellow)
    Minority Policies and Muslims’ Life Strategies in Post-socialist Bulgaria: Islam, Nationalism, and Transnationalism
    Moyuru Matsumae (Morioka University)
    Muslims or Nomads?: The Late Qing Empire’s Rule over the Kazakhs of Xinjiang
    Jin Noda (Waseda University)
  • 15:30-17:00
    Session Two: The ROC & the PRC
    Chinese Muslims and the Umma during the Second Sino-Japanese War
    Tatsuya Nakanishi (Kyoto University)
    Chinese, Indian, and American Perceptions of Xinjian Kazakh Refugees: Bandits, Intruders, and Potential Spies
    Ryosuke Ono (doctoral student, Keio University)
    The Muslims who Declare “Love your Country, Love your Religion”: Policies on Religion and the Autonomy of Mosques in the People’s Republic of China
    Mitsuo Sawai (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
  • 17:20-19:00
    Session Three: Comments & Discussion Comments
    Seiichiro Yoshizawa (University of Tokyo)
    Taro Tsurumi (Saitama University)
    Q&A and General Discussion
Dates
  • 0109

    SAT
    2016

Place

Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, 3rd floor multi-media seminar room #306

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Fri, 08 Jan 2016

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