[csaa-forum] Half-Day Symposium: Inter-Asia Cultural Research Methods, Friday 12 September (Melbourne)
timothy.laurie at unimelb.edu.au
Tue Sep 2 13:27:35 CST 2014
A Half-Day Symposium
Inter-Asia Cultural Research Methods
Friday 12 September 2014
1-3pm, Linkway (4th Floor, John Medley Building)
The University of Melbourne, Parkville
Since the late 1990s, the Inter-Asia Cultural Studies project has emerged to become an intellectual movement and a transborder collective that attempts to contribute to the integration of an imagined Asia at the level of knowledge production. It formulates ‘Asia as method’ as an alternative approach to the West-oriented singularity in order to multiply frames of references and sites of identification. In this half-day symposium, leading scholars will discuss their involvement with the Inter-Asia Cultural Studies project, and showcase the ‘inter-Asia’ cultural research methods in their work.
Daniel P.S. Goh (National University of Singapore) (Faculty of Arts Visiting Scholar, University of Melbourne)
Comparative Cultural and Urban Research: History, Heritage and Re-urbanisation in Three Asian Cities.
Melani Budianta (University of Indonesia)
Cultural Studies and Inter-Southeast Asian Cultural Flow
Fran Martin (University of Melbourne)
Inter-Asia Cultural Research and Transborder Collaborations
Respondent: Jini Kim Watson (New York University) (Faculty of Arts Honorary Fellow, University of Melbourne)
Chair: Audrey Yue (University of Melbourne)
Hosted by: Asian Cultural Research Network, Research Unit in Public Cultures, Indonesia Network, School of Culture and Communication, Faculty of Arts, The University of Melbourne. Convened by Associate Professor Audrey Yue.
This event is free. Refreshments will be served. For catering purposes, please RSVP to Charmaine Monteiro (charmaine.monteiro at unimelb.edu.au<mailto:charmaine.monteiro at unimelb.edu.au>) by Wednesday 10 September 2014.
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