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日時:2009年11月22日(日)、23(月・祭) 10:00〜18:00 (9:30開場)
場所:慶應義塾大学 日吉キャンパス 来往舎 2F 大会議室・中会議室・小会議室 →MAP
 
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Day 1, 22 November Opens at 9:30AM
  大会議室
(2nd Floor Large Meeting Room)
中会議室
(2nd Floor Medium Meeting Room)
小会議室
(2nd Floor Small Meeting Room)
10:00-12:30 Opening Ceremony
and the 1st Co-Session with AAN,
PEACE21, and CICIR
<1>
1st Session
for Young Researchers
 
13:30-15:30 <2>
2nd Co-Session
with AAN,PEACE21,CICIR
<3>
Governance and Reform
in the Philippines
<4>
1st Session
for Governance Theory Unit
16:00-18:00 <5>
3rd Co-Session
with AAN,PEACE21,CICIR
<6>
Electoral and Party Politics
in the Philippines
<7>
2nd Session
for Governance Theory Unit
Day 2, 23 November Opens at 9:30AM
  大会議室
(2nd Floor Large Meeting Room)
中会議室
(2nd Floor Medium Meeting Room)
小会議室
(2nd Floor Small Meeting Room)
10:00-12:30   <8>
2nd Session
for Governance Theory Unit
<9>
3rd Session
for Young Researchers
13:30-15:30   <10>
Reform and Civil Society
in the Philippines
<11>
4th Session
for Governance Theory Unit
16:00-18:00 <12>
Civil Society and Governance
in the Middle East
<13>
Towards Democratic Consolidation
in the Philippines?
<14>
Gender and Violence:
Problematizing Discourse on Assaults
 
Day 1 November 22 (Sun)
10:00-12:30, 1st Floor Symposium Space
Opening Ceremony and the 1st Co-Session with AAN, PEACE21, and CICIR
Greetings Prof. Atsushi Seike (President of Keio University)
  Prof. Ryosei Kokubun (Dean, Faculty of Law & Politics, Keio University)
Address Prof. Yoshihisa Hagiwara (Program Leader of GCOE-CGCS)
Proposals for Japan in the 21st Century:
Politics
Michitaka Watanabe (Ph.D. Candidate, Keio University)
  “Future Party System in Japan”
  Hyunjung Jung (Ph.D. Candidate, Seoul National University)
  “Administrative Reform under the Hatoyama Government: From Bureaucrats to Politicians? ”
  Ziyi Qian (GCOE-CGCS Research Assistant)
  “How Will 'Break the Power of the Bureaucrats' View by New DPJ Government Affect Japan's Policy? ”
Panelists Yoshihiro Katayama (Professor, Keio University)
  Yoshibumi Wakamiya (Columnist, The Asahi Shimbun)
  Junwei Ma (Research Professor & Deputy Director, CICIR)
  Cheol-Hee Park (Associate Professor, Seoul National University)
10:30-12:30, 2nd Floor Medium Meeting Room
<1> 1st Session for Young Researchers
Chair Toshiro Tanaka (Professor, Keio University)
Speakers Eijiro Fukui (GCOE-CGCS Research Assistant)
  “The Perceptions of the EU in Asia: From the Perspective of a Public Opinion Survey”
  Kazuhiko Fuchikawa (GCOE-CGCS Research Assistant)
  “Regulation of Buyer Power in Distribution under the Japanese Antimonopoly Act”
  Takemasa Sekine (GCOE-CGCS Research Assistant)
  “Necessity and Proportionality in GATT Article XX: A Consideration of the Theoretical and Institutional Foundations of Interpreting ‘Necessary to’ ”
Discussants Toshiro Tanaka (Professor, Keio University)
  Katsuhiro Shoji (Professor, Keio University)
  Aya Iino (Assistant Professor, Nihon University)
13:30-15:30, 1st Floor Symposium Space
<2> 2nd Co-Session with AAN, PEACE21, and CICIR
Proposals for Japan in the 21st Century:
Society
Jihey Bae (GCOE-CGCS Research Fellow)
  “Balancing Work and Family: The Case of Japanese and Korean Men”
  Xue Yang (GCOE-CGCS Research Assistant)
  “Thinking about the Elderly Care”
  Yusuke Hama (Ph.D. Candidate, Keio University)
  “The Mediator between Professionals and Non-Professionals”
Panelists Mieko Takenobu (Senior Staff Writer, The Asahi Shimbun)
  Junhong Liu (Professor & Senior Economist, CICIR)
  Sook-Jong Lee (Professor, Sungkyunkwan University)
13:30-15:30, 2nd Floor Medium Meeting Room
<3> Governance and Reform in the Philippines
Chair Yuko Kasuya (Associate Professor, Keio University)
Speakers Nathan Gilbert Quimpo (Associate Professor, University of Tsukuba)
  “The Presidency, Political Parties and Predatory Politics in the Philippines”
  Edna E. A. Co (Professor, University of the Philippines)
  “Road Infrastructures in the Philippines and Some Challenges to Reform”
  Teresa S. Encarnacion Tadem (Professor, University of the Philippines)
  “The Middle Class and Political Reform: Examining the Philippine Technocracy”
  Wataru Kusaka (Research Fellow, Kyoto University)
  “Governing Informalities: Street Vendors and Social Order Making in Metro Manila”
Discussant Erik Kuhonta (Assistant Professor, McGill University/Visiting Research Fellow, Kyoto University)
 
13:30-15:30, 2nd Floor Small Meeting Room
<4> 1st Session for Governance Theory Unit
Chair Ken Tsutsumibayashi (Professor, Keio University)
Speakers Hiroyuki Tosa (Professor, Kobe University)
  “Neoliberal Governmentality and the Politics of the Governed”
  Masakazu Matsumoto (GCOE-CGCS Assistant Professor)
  “Governing Violence by War? Michael Walzer on Humanitarian Intervention”
Discussants Masanaru Tanoue (Associate Professor, Keio University)
  Chikako Endo (GCOE-CGCS Research Fellow)
 
16:00-18:00, 1st Floor Symposium Space
<5> 3rd Co-Session with AAN, PEACE21, and CICIR
Proposals for Japan in the 21st Century:
International Contribution
Yusuke Takagi (JSPS Research Fellow)
  “The Domestic Foundations of the International Contribution Debate: Revisiting the Japan's Soft Power in East Asia”
  Joo-Hwan Kim (Ph.D. Candidate, Inha University)
  “A Dierent Opinion on the Japan's Military International Contribution”
  Xie Zhihai (Ph.D. Candidate, Peking University)
  “Soft Power and Political Leadership: New Forms of Japan’s International Contribution”
Panelists Ryosei Kokubun (Professor, Keio University)
  Junhong Liu (Professor & Senior Economist, CICIR)
  Young-Kwan Yoon (Professor, Seoul National University, Former Foreign Minister)
 
16:00-18:00, 2nd Floor Medium Meeting Room
<6> Electoral and Party Politics in the Philippines
Chair Nathan Gilbert Quimpo (Associate Professor, University of Tsukuba)
Speakers Cleo Calimbahin (Senior Lecturer, University of Asia and the Pacic )
  “The COMELEC, NAMFREL and New Patterns of Electoral Fraud”
  Masataka Kimura (Professor, Ibaraki University)
  “ The ICT and Reform in Electoral Administration”
  Julio C. Teehankee (Associate Professor, De La Salle University)
  “Image, Issues, and Machinery: Presidential Campaigns in Post-1986 Philippines”
  Joel Rocamora (Research Associate, Institute for Popular Democracy)
  “Partisanship and Reform - The Potential for Change in the 2010 Election”
Discussant TBA
 
16:00-18:00, 2nd Floor Small Meeting Room
<7> 2nd Session for Governance Theory Unit
Chair Masakazu Matsumoto (GCOE-CGCS Assistant Professor)
Speakers Jorgen Odalen (Lecturer, Uppsala University)
  “Climate Refugees: Normative Problems and Institutional Solutions”
  Chikako Endo (GCOE-CGCS Research Fellow)
  “Does Global Democracy Rule Out National Self-Determination?”
  Chiara Cordelli (Ph.D. Candidate, University College London)
  “Privatizing the Public: Should We Fund Associations for the Common Good?”
Discussants Ken Tsutsumibayashi (Professor, Keio University)
  Hiroyuki Tosa (Professor, Kobe University)
 
Day 2 November 23 (Mon)
10:00-12:00, 2nd Floor Medium Meeting Room
<8> 2nd Session for Young Researchers
Chair Takeshi Kohno (Professor, Keio University)
Speakers Xue Yang (GCOE-CGCS Research Assistant)
  “Gender and Intergenerational Support in Later Life in Urban China and Japan: Case Studies in Shenyang and Tokyo/Yokohama”
  Maya Suzuki (GCOE-CGCS Research Assistant)
  “Examining Government Strategy against Caste Inequality in India”
  Yoshinori Kasai (GCOE-CGCS Research Assistant)
  “Positive Identification and Solidarity: Cases of People's Movements in Quezon City in the Philippines”
Discussants Masami Sekine (Professor, Keio University)
  Hideki Watanabe (Professor, Keio University)
 
10:00-12:00, 2nd Floor Small Meeting Room
<9> 3rd Session for Governance Theory Unit
Chair Yoshihisa Hagiwara (Professor, Keio University)
Speakers Yohei Kawakami (GCOE-CGCS Research Assistant)
  “Democracy in the Age of Nihilism: Consideration on Jacques Ranciere’s ‘Poetics of Knowledge’ ”
  Kenjiro Harata (GCOE-CGCS Research Assistant)
  “Religion and Civil Society in Modern Britain: Anglican Theories of Church and State”
Discussants Ryuichi Yamaoka (Associate Professor, the Open University of Japan)
  Masakazu Matsumoto (GCOE-CGCS Assistant Professor)
 
13:30-15:30, 2nd Floor Medium Meeting Room
<10> Reform and Civil Society in the Philippines
Chair Yuko Kasuya (Associate Professor, Keio University)
Speakers Paul Hutchcroft (Professor, Australian National University)
  “Dreams of Redemption: Localist Strategies of Political Reform in the Postwar Philippines”
  Raul Pertierra (Research Associate, Ateneo de Manila University)
  “The New Media: New Possibilities for Civil Society”
  Michael Pinches (Professor, University of Western Australia)
  “Middle Class Transformation of Civil Society in the Philippines”
Discussant Maria Rosario Piquero-Ballescas (Professor, Toyo University)
 
13:30-15:30, 2nd Floor Small Meeting Room
<11> 4th Session for Governance Theory Unit
Chair Masakazu Matsumoto (GCOE-CGCS Assistant Professor)
Speakers Yoshihisa Hagiwara (Professor, Keio University)
  “Concept of Governance for Civil Society: A Critical Assessment”
  Ryuichi Yamaoka (Associate Professor, the Open University of Japan)
  “The Art of Governance”
  Masanaru Tanoue (Associate Professor, Keio University)
  “Where Does God Act?: Billy Graham and the Political Consciousness of American Evangelicals”
Discussants Jorgen Odalen (Lecturer, Uppsala University)
  Chiara Cordelli (Ph.D. Candidate, University College London)
 
16:00-18:00, 2nd Floor Large Meeting Room
<12> Civil Society and Governance in the Middle East
Chair Hiroshi Tomita (Professor, Keio University)
Speakers Makoto Imai (Ph.D. Candidate, Keio University)
  “Rethinking Authoritarian 'Governance'?: State Power and Institutional Reforms in the Middle East”
  Erina Iwasaki (Letrurer, Kyoritsu Women's University)
  “Regional Differences in Political and Economic Perception: Based on 2008 Egyptian Perception Survey”
  Hiroshi Tomita (Professor, Keio University)
  “Comparative Political Awareness of Cairo and Lebanese Citizens: A Report on the 2005 Lebanese and the 2007 Egyptian Public Opinion Surveys”
Discussant Takeji Ino (Professor, Wayo Women's University)
  Seiichi Igarashi (Assistant Professor,Waseda University)
 
16:00-18:00, 2nd Floor Medium Meeting Room
<13> Towards Democratic Consolidation in the Philippines?
Chair Nathan Gilbert Quimpo (Associate Professor, University of Tsukuba)
Speakers Yuko Kasuya (Associate Professor, Keio University)
  “Democratic Consolidation in the Philippines: Who Tolerate Extra-Constitutional Government Change?”
  Peter M. Kreuzer (Research Fellow, Peace Research Institute Frankfurt)
  “Protracted Civil War in Mindanao: Can Civil Society Help to Cut the Gordian Knot? ”
  Raymund Jose G. Quilop (Associate Professor, University of the Philippines)
  “Keeping the Philippine Military Out of Politics: Challenges and Prospects”
  Mark R. Thompson (Professor, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg)
  “After Populism: The Past and the Future Bourgeois Democracy in the Philippines”
Discussant Temario Rivera (Professor, International Christian University)
 
16:00-18:00, 2nd Floor Small Meeting Room
<14> Gender and Violence: Problematizing Discourse on Assaults <Japanese session>
Chair Hideki Watanabe (Professor, Keio University)
Speakers Mayumi Yamamoto (Lecturer, Waseda University)
  “The Unstoppable Pendulum: The Politics of Comfort Woman Discourse”
  Eri Ohba (Associate Professor, Kanagawa University)
  “Difficulty in Constructing a Social Problem of Domestic Violence”
  Takamichi Onuki (Lecturer, Toyo University)
and Tomoko Fujita (GCOE-CGCS Research Assistant)
  “Criminal Justice as Symbolic Violence: Gender Analysis of the Murder Case Against a Female Domestic Violence Victim”
Discussants Hiroto Matsuki (Assistant Professor, Tokyo University of Social Welfare)
  Yuichiro Sakai (GCOE-CGCS Research Assistant)