Panels

I. Overview

 Panel titlePanel organizersRegion
001APopulismus in Ost- und Südostasien. Auf der Suche nach einem PhänomenAxel Klein (University Duisburg-Essen)Asia, South-East- Asia
002ATransnational Economies, Digital Labor and Globalization: Exploring Chinese Entrepreneurs’ Mobilities and ConnectionsBeatrice Zani (University Tuebingen; ENS Lyon)
& TSENG, Yu-chin (University Tuebingen)
Asia, South-East- Asia, Europe, Africa
003APost-Imperium Identity Formation and Institution Building: Taiwan, Hong Kong and Central/Eastern Europe ComparedThomas Gold (University of California, Berkeley, USA)China, Taiwan Hongkong, Central/Eastern Europe
004ACivil Society in Identity-Formation and Institution-Building Processes in AsiaKamila Szczepanska (University Turku, Finland) & Anna Caspari (University Bochum), Anja Ketels (University Münster)Asia
005KDefenders of Empire in Late Nineteenth Century East Asia: Ching-Chosŏn (淸-朝鮮) Negotiated Sovereignty and De Facto ProtectorateCHUN, Jihoon (AREA Ruhr)East Asia, Ching, Chosŏn
006SATransnational (ecological) knowledge mobilities and -carriers in Southeast AsiaPatrick Keilbart (University Passau) & Friederike Trotier (University Passau)South-East-Asia
007JDie“Manzhouguo-Identität“ – Akteure, Institutionen und Diskurse zur Schaffung einer transnationalen Identität für die Bewohner des Staates Manzhouguo (1932-45)Anke Scherer (University Bochum)Japan, Asia
008JTransnational Migration and Contemporary Japan: Flows and RealitiesMURANAKA, Aimi (University Duisburg-Essen)
& TRAN AN, Huy (AREA Ruhr)
Japan, Asia
009ASustainable Urban Regions: Synthesizing Current Research Endeavours In East And South-East AsiaKatharina Borgmann (Hafencity University Hamburg)Asia, South-East-Asia
010AEast Asian Futures: Past and PresentChristine Moll-Murata (University Bochum)Asia, Europe
011AConvergence with and Divergence from Eurocentric Regional Institutional IntegrationJOE, UnHye (University Jena)
& Francis M. Cao (Frankfurt University)
Asia, Europe
012SATransnational religious connections across and beyond Southeast AsiaMirjam Lücking (Hebrew University Jerusalem & Southeast ASIA working group of the DGA)Asia, South-East-Asia
013SABeyond national borders – Citizenship and belonging in Southeast Asia in the 21st CenturyMirjam Le (University of Passau)
& Mandy Fox (University of Passau)
South-East- Asia
014AAsienwissenschaften in der Relevanzfalle? Wege zu größerer gesellschaftlicher WirksamkeitMarina Rudyak (University Heidelberg)
& Bertram Lang (Frankfurt University)
Asia
015ATransnational Mobility in East Asia and beyond and its Institutional ActorsKWON, Jaok (University Heidelberg)
& Momoyo Hüstebeck (University Duisburg Essen)
Asia, Republic of Korea, Japan, Germany, China
016AIndustrialization in Northeast Asia: A Long-Term Perspective, 1900 to NowChristine Moll-Murata (University Bochum)
& Flemming Christiansen (University Duisburg-Essen)
North East Asia, Central Asia
017AKlimawandel, Pandemie, Autoritarismus, De-Globalisierung und Reaktionsmöglichkeiten der RegionalstudienMarkus Taube (University Duisburg-Essen)Asia

II. Schedule

TimeThursday, March 11
09:00 – 11:00PANEL CODE 016A Part 1 Industrialization in Northeast Asia: A Long-Term Perspective, 1900 to Now Organizer: Christine Moll-Murata / Flemming Christiansen  PANEL CODE 004A Civil Society in Identity-Formation and Institution-Building Processes in Asia Organizer: Kamila Szczepanska, Anna Caspari, Anja KetelsPANEL CODE 002A Transnational Economies, Digital Labor and Globalization: Exploring Chinese Entrepreneurs’ Mobilities and Connections Organizer: Beatrice Zani, TSENG, Yu-chin
11:00 – 13:00PANEL CODE 016A Part 2 Industrialization in Northeast Asia: A Long-Term Perspective, 1900 to Now Organizer: Christine Moll-Murata / Flemming Christiansen  PANEL CODE 015A Transnational Mobility in East Asia and beyond and its Institutional Actors1ww Organizer: KWON, Jaok/Momoyo Hüstebeck END: 13:30PANEL CODE 008J Transnational Migration and Contemporary Japan: Flows and Realities Organizer: MURANAKA, Aimi/ TRAN AN, Huy
14:00 – 16:00PANEL CODE 005K Defenders of Empire in Late Nineteenth Century East Asia: Qing-Chosŏn (淸-朝鮮) Negotiated Sovereignty and De Facto Protectorate Organizer: CHUN, JihoonPANEL CODE 011A Convergence with and Divergence from Eurocentric Regional Institutional Integration Organizer: JOE, UnHye/Francis M. CaoPANEL CODE 006SA Transnational (ecological) knowledge mobilities and -carriers in Southeast Asia Organizer: Patrick Keilbart, Friederike Trotier
16:00 – 18:00PANEL CODE 007J Die“Manzhouguo-Identität“ – Akteure, Institutionen und Diskurse zur Schaffung einer transnationalen Identität für die Bewohner des Staates Manzhouguo (1932-45) Organizer: Anke SchererPANEL CODE 003A Post-Imperium Identity Formation and Institution Building: Taiwan, Hong Kong and Central/Eastern Europe Compared Organizer: Thomas Gold  PANEL CODE 012SA Transnational religious connections across and beyond Southeast Asia Organizer: Mirjam Lücking
TimeFriday, March 12
09:00 – 11:00PANEL CODE 001A Populismus in Ost- und Südostasien. Auf der Suche nach einem Phänomen Organizer: Axel KleinPANEL CODE 014A Asienwissenschaften in der Relevanzfalle? Wege zu größerer gesellschaftlicher Wirksamkeit Organizer: Marina Rudyak, Bertram Lang
11:00 – 13:00PANEL CODE 013SA Beyond national borders – Citizenship and belonging in Southeast Asia in the 21st Century Organizer: Mirjam Le, Mandy FoxPANEL CODE 017A Klimawandel, Pandemie, Autoritarismus, De-Globalisierung und Reaktionsmöglichkeiten der Regionalstudien Organizer: Markus Taube
14:00 – 16:00PANEL CODE 009A Part1 Sustainable Urban Regions: Synthesizing Current Research Endeavours In East And South-East Asia Organizer: Katharina BorgmannPANEL CODE 010A Part 1 East Asian Futures: Past and Present Organizer: Christine Moll-Murata
16:00 – 18:00PANEL CODE 009A Part2 Sustainable Urban Regions: Synthesizing Current Research Endeavours In East And South-East Asia Organizer: Katharina BorgmannPANEL CODE 010A East Asian Futures: Past and Present Part 2 Organizer: Christine Moll Murata