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Panel session 1.2

Tuesday, 3 July 2018

Panels for day 1, session 2, 13:30-14:50 at the ASAA Conference 2018

Chair: Emily Donald

Out but Still Invisible: Gender Identification and Sexuality in Java

Gayatri BJD

Queering Islam: LGBT empowerment through Muslim faith in Indonesia

Diego Garcia Rodriguez

Trouble in 'Gay Paradise': The Denial of Lesbian Subjecthood in Thai History

Emily Donald

Chair: Tomoko Aoyama

Goodness Similar to Water: Marginalised Female Characters in Geling Yan’s Novels

Xiaoyang Li

Menopausal Humour Crosses Boundaries

Tomoko Aoyama

Sexuality and Gender Variations in Traditional Chinese Folk Literature

Kar Yue Chan

US Camptown Women (YangKongju): Diaspora Representation through ‘Quasi-family’ and Heterotopia

Dageum Song

Chair: Jin-Kyung Park

Healthy is Beautiful: Exploring Origins of Healthy-body Beauty in Korea

Jin-Kyung Park

Promoting Fusion Food, Performing Fusion Identities: Korean American Chefs on Television

Jane Park

Utterly Butterly Iconic: A Study of an Indian Milk Brand Mascot

Virien Chopra

Chair: Donna Brunero

Beyond the Bund: The Lesser Treaty Ports of China

Robert Nield

Holiday Retreats and Old China Hands

Donna Brunero

Horses and Status in Late Tokugawa Japan: Foreigner Sociality & Subaltern Labour, Yokohama, 1853-74

Timothy Amos

Images and Imaginations of Treaty Port Yokohama, 1859-1899

Simon James Bytheway

Sino-Anglo Land Transactions in China's Treaty Ports: A Case Study of Xiamen

Yu Chen

Chair: Nicole Curato

Disputing 'Democracy': Framing Contests Between Hong Kong's Blue and Yellow Ribbons

James K. Wong and Anissa H. Yu

Political Islam and Democratic Consolidation in Indonesia

Diego Fossati

Progressives in an Authoritarian Government: the Duterte Administration

Emerson Sanchez, Emerson  Sanchez, Anabelle Ragsag and Jopson Teresa

Chair: Su-Kyoung Hwang

Dreams of Ghosts: Contemporary Playwrights’ Depictions of Japanese Wartime Internment in Australia

Rebecca Hausler

Selective Memory: Why Only the Sino-Japanese Wars are Commemorated in China?

Yingjie Guo

The Art of War: The Role of Vietnamese Visual Communications in the Vietnam Wars, 1945-1975

John Swinbank

Chair: Yasuko Kobayashi

Dangerous' Chinese Labourers in the Nineteenth-century Philippines

Jely Galang

Debunking Myths of Women's Images: The Case of the Female Migrant Workers from Okinawa

Nakamura Saki

From Personal History to Non-national History: a tale of Kiku Miyagi and Yongsuk Chong

Tominaga Yusuke

The Formation of Legal Citizenship and the Presence of US Military in the Asia-Pacific Region

Doi Tomoyoshi

Chair: Anoma Pieris

Infrastructure Integration under Guangzhou-Foshan Urban Integration Policies

Zhe Zhang

Planning Traditions and the Floor Area Ratio in Transitional China

Xin Feng

Public Rental Housing in Chongqing: Perspectives from Rural Migrants

Weijie Hu

The Linkage between Urban Growth and Rural Transformation: The Case of Tehran, Iran

Maryam Shafiei

Chair: Holly High

A Stone is a Stone, but Give it Respect and it Becomes a God: Reflections on a Halbi Proverb

Chris Gregory

Better in Cement! Village Posts in the Present Days among the Tai of Northern Laos

Pierre Petit

Venerating the Swearing Stone at the Hung Temple

Diem Hang Ngo Thi

Chair: Mei Yang

Between Plurality and Otherness: Fantasy Films in 2010s China

Mei Yang

Promises of Integration: Representation of Asian-Americans in Action-Adventure Film and Television

Ying Tian

The Portrayal of Chinese in Classic Australian Films

Wendy L. Bowcher

 

Chair: Michelle Antoinette

Between Decolonial Gestures Nestled in Tropicalities and the Philippines Link with Latin America

Gian Cruz

Economies of Exchange in Socially Engaged and Participatory Art in Asia

Francis Maravillas

Ethnic Identity and Local Art Worlds: Minangkabau Artists in Indonesia’s Contemporary Art World

Katherine Bruhn

The Image and the Witness: Trauma, Collective Memory and Exhibitions of Indonesian Contemporary Art

Wulan Dirgantoro

Chair: Zakia Hossain

Between the Mental Hospital and Community: The Role of Residential Mental Healthcare in Java

Aliza Hunt

Malaysian Family Physicians’ Perceptions of Falls: Risk Screening, Assessment, and Referral

Lynette Mackenzie, Mohamad Jaafar, Maya Sumaiyah and Maw Pin Tan

Priority Setting and Scientific Evidence: The Case of the Health Sector in Bantul, Indonesia

Farah Purwaningrum, Stephanie  Short, Carmen  Huckel Schneider and James Gillespie

What Factors Affect Breast Cancer Screening Practices among Chinese-Australian Women?

Syeda Zakia Hossain, Lei Wang and Lynette Mackenzie

Chair: Emma Calgaro

People with disabilities (PWDs) are four times more likely to die when a disaster strikes than those without disabilities. Inclusion and Disability-inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction (DiDRR) is a human right yet PWDs remain unseen, unheard and unaccounted for in DRR. The Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030 recognises this and mandates stronger inclusion of PWDs. Yet pathways to achieving inclusion remain unclear due to multiple intertwined issues. Some of these include: limited empirical data on the needs of PWDs; enduring negative or disempowering perceptions of PWDs; a disconnect between DRR practices and disability-rights laws; and a lack of guidelines on how to mainstream DiDRR. Drawing upon research findings and experiences in actioning DiDRR in Thailand, the Philippines and Cambodia, this panel will unpack what inclusion means in the disaster space and examine what is needed to push beyond these barriers to achieve DiDRR and greater inclusion for all.

Nick Craig

Alexandra Gartrell

Parichatt Krongkant

Jerome Zayas

Chair: Hans Hendrischke

Economic Statecraft and Conflict: China's Impact on Regional Peace and Security

Lai Ha Chan

Legal Governance under the Belt and Road Initiative

Vivienne Bath

Political Governance and the Belt and Road Initiative: National and International Perspectives

Dilip Dutta

The EEU, OBOR and the Race to Control Central Asia

Jonathan Ludwig

Chair: Jennifer Bond

Agricultural Development in a Tibetan Township

Jing Zhang, Scott Waldron, Pubuzhuoma, Colin Brown and Wujincuomu

Fortress’ Farming: Sustainable Livelihoods and Agrarian Change in Indonesia

Jeff Neilson

Re-imagining Farmer’s Livelihoods through the Lens of Autonomy: Or Why Farmers Do What They Do

Sarina Kilham

The Cassava Boom and Agrarian Differentiation In Cambodia

Rob Cramb and Ken Sothorn

Chair: Sarah Homan

Discourses of Shame in an Indonesian Community-Driven Development Program

Jesse Grayman

Emotional and Affective Configurations of Municipal Elections in Dehradun, India

Tanya Jakimow

New Zealand Humanitarian Responses to the 2015 Nepal Earthquakes

Devon Hanna

Self-identity, Emotional Autonomy and Taiwanese University Students' Psychological Wellbeing

Hsing-Jung Chen

Chair: Caroline Compton

Indigenous People, Citizenship and Development in the Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh.

Mya Ching

Rethinking Representation in Indonesia: Innovative Local and Regional Leaders

Michael Hatherell

The Contrarian State: Rejection and Resistance in Penang, 1948-1957

Bernard Keo

Three Generations of the Kalla Family

Priyambudi Sulistiyanto

Chair: Wai Weng Hew

Complex but Ordinary: Cultural Negotiations among Mixed-race Families in Australia

Maki Meyer and Farida Fozdar

Multimedia expression of Indonesian and Philippine mixed descent families in Melbourne Australia

Monika Winarnita

Not Light Enough to be Chinese, Not Dark Enough to be Indian

Kevin Bathman

Chair: Michele Ford

In a context where there is increasing pressure to publish in quality journals, area studies scholars face particular challenges positioning their work. Is it better to focus on area studies journals or also publish in one more disciplines? Join the editors of Asian Studies Review, Pacific Historical Review and South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies to discuss the different demands of different publishing outlets, and strategies for publishing well.

Michael Barr

Kama Maclean

Marc Rodriguez