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Collective Memory, Identity and International Relations in East Asia

 

7 November 2012

 

Programme

9:30-10:25

 

Perception and Misperception in Sino-Japanese Relations
Associate Professor Shogo Suzuki, Copenhagen University,

 

10:30-11:25

 

When Identity Matters: State Identity, Regional Institution-Building, and Japanese Foreign Policy
Professor Kuniko Ashizawa, Reischauer Center for East Asian Studies, SAIS, Johns Hopkins University

11:25-11:55

 

Coffee/Tea

 

11:55-12:50

 

“History Wars” between Korea and China: The Contested History and Heritage of Koguryo/Gaogouli
Professor Yonson Ahn, Frankfurt University

12:50-14:20

 

Lunch break

 

14:20-15:15

 

Japan’s Soft Power Strategy and Cultural Identity
Associate Professor Alexander Bukh, Victoria University, Wellington

 

15:20-16:15

 

 “Frames of War” and Nationalism in Japan and China
Associate Professor Horng-luen Wang, Academia Sinica, Taipei

 

16:15-16:45

 

Coffee/Tea

 

16:45-17:40

 

Limits of Identity: Electoral Underpinnings of Japan's Security Policy
Dr. Amy Catalinac, Australian National University

 

17:40-17:55

 

Concluding words 

 


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