jueves, 2 de enero de 2014

Program of our Tokyo Conference "Toward an Alliance of Civilizations: East-West Intercultural Dialogues"



Text Box: School of International Liberal Studies at Waseda University, University of California, Merced, and Wellesley College

Text Box: 6th International Conference on Orientalism and the Asian presence in the Hispanic an

"TOWARD AN ALLIANCE OF CIVILIZATIONS: EAST-WEST INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUES
Text Box: Friday, April 25

9:00-10:00   Registration         ROOM 301

10:30-11:30   Opening and Keynote Speaker(s)      ROOM 302
Ambeth Ocampo (Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines)

12:00-1:30   LUNCH will be provided by the conference     ROOM 302

Text Box: DATE:    April 25-26, 2014 

LOCATION:  Okuma Memorial Tower (Building 26) 
Waseda University, Tokyo
http://www.waseda.jp
Rooms 301, 302 and 303
Text Box: 3:40-5:20             ROOM 303

Panel 2 Chair: Maria E. Mayer (Azusa Pacific University)
Fuego y revolución en el Extremo Oriente: los reportajes de Ramón B. Muñiz Lavalle en Filipinas, Japón, China y Manchuria (1930-1936) 
Axel Gasquet (Université Blaise Pascal, France)

Conflictividad de intereses y transmisiones culturales entre los imperios ibéricos en el Extremo Oriente
Lizbeth Souza-Fuertes (Baylor University, USA)

Los descubrimientos de nuevas rutas marítimas en el contexto de las interrelaciones culturales entre Hispanoamérica y las Filipinas
Roberto Fuertes-Manjón (Midwestern State University, USA)

Anarchy and Alternative Order: Anarchy and Alternative Order: The Anti-Colonial Grito and Revolution in the Works of José Martí and Andrés Bonifacio
Kristina Escondo (Ohio State University, USA)

5:30-7:00   Film: “Samurai” (Argentina, 2013)       TBA
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Text Box: Saturday, April 26

9:40-11:20             ROOM 301

Panel 3 Chair: Lizbeth Souza-Fuertes (Baylor University)
Multiethnic Japanese Americans in Monoracial Spaces: An Examination of Transnational Amerasian Identity Formation and Micro Racializations
James Ong (University of California, Los Angeles, USA)

Archiving Narratives from South Asia in the Americas
Guneeta Singh Bhalla (University of California at Berkeley, USA)

The Orient within the Occident
Lava Asaad (University of New Hampshire, USA)

Inclusion, Exclusion and Non-Inclusion?  A Problem in Chen Ya-Chen’s “The Many Dimensions of Chinese Feminism”
Jonathan Ferguson (King’s College London, UK)


9:40-11:20             ROOM 302

Panel 4 Chair: Roberto Fuertes-Manjón (Midwestern State University)
Alejandro Zambra. El cultivo del relato literario.
Felipe Oliver (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile)

El imaginario de Japón en la escritura de J. G. Ballard
María Eugenia Bestani (Universidad Nacional de Tucumán, Argentina)

Consuming the US/Mexico Borderlands in China
Melissa A. Fitch (University of Arizona, USA)

Interrogating Empathy: Orientalism, Latin@ Literature, and Neuroscience
Stephanie Fetta (Syracuse University, USA)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Text Box: 11:30-1:10            Room 301

Panel 5 Chair: Stephanie Fetta (Syracuse University)
Views of the East in Opera Set Design
Dipu Gupta (Western Washington University, USA)

Productos culturales: expansión global e influencia del concepto de “distancia cultural”: El caso de las telenovelas latinoamericanas en Asia
Patricia Belén Takayama (Universidad de Waseda, Japan)

La vieja del cinema (japonés): una adaptación de la novela de Blasco Ibáñez
David George (Bates College, USA)

The Japanese Galleon
Araceli Tinajero (The Graduate Center-The City College of New York, USA)


11:30-1:10             ROOM 302

Panel 6 Chair: Svetlana Tyutina (Florida International University)
India, Octavio Paz y los retos de la multiculturalidad: un ensayo sobre la diversidad cultural en India
Felipe Arocena (Universidad de la República, Uruguay)

Diagetic Post-Colonial Perspectives in Mongólia by Ricardo Carvalho
George Carlsen (Pepperdine University, USA)

Modernity without Colonialism?: The “Korean Problem” in Enrique Gómez Carrillo’s Travel Writing on Japan
Junyoung Verónica Kim (University of Iowa, USA)

Perspectivas críticas desde abajo y desde Oriente en Manuel Zapata Olivella (1920-2004)
George Palacios (Saint Mary’s College, USA)


1:15-2:15  LUNCH will be paid individually
Text Box: 2:30-4:10             ROOM 301

Panel 7 Chair: Junyoung Verónica Kim (University of Iowa)
De Roberto a Kazuya: análisis de la identidad como nisei del pintor y traductor Kazuya Sakai
Kana Takaki (Universidad de Estudios Extranjeros, Japan)

Mestizaje literario: retratos nikkei en Brasil
Teresa Rinaldi (Guilford College, USA)

El ser peruano-japonés: una dualidad contradictoria
Daniel Ikemiyashiro (Independent Scholar, USA)

Turning walls into bridges in transpacific identities: A close reading of nisei literature in Augusto Higa Oshiro’s Japón no da dos oportunidades (1994) and La iluminación de Katzuo Nakamatsu (2008)
Irina Soto Mejía (Ohio State University, USA)

 
2:30-4:10            ROOM 302

Panel 8 Chair: Araceli Tinajero (The Graduate Center-The City College of New York)
El Japón en la poesía de José Juan Tablada
Martín Camps (University of the Pacific, USA)

The Trans-Pacific Imagination among the late modernistas
Ignacio Corona (Ohio State University, USA)

Influence of Oriental Culture in Latin American Poetry
Jorge Román-Lagunas (Purdue University Calumet, USA)

The Palestinians of Latin America
John Handal (Rutgers University, USA)



4:15   Closing