20.-21. okt. 2009 Drugi slovensko-japonski meduniverzitetni forum študentov podiplomcev na FF

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Prireditelji: Filozofska fakulteta Univerze v Ljubljani ter IFERI - Podiplomska šola za humanistiko in družboslovje Univerze v Tsukubi

Program

Torek 20. oktober 2009 Modra soba (5. nadstropje FF)
9:30-10:00 Otvoritveni govori: prof. Tine Bucik, dekan Filozofske fakultete, prof. Saburo Aoki, Univerza v Tsukubi, prof. Andrej Bekeš, Univerza v Ljubljani
10:00-12:00 Sekcija 1 - Koncept nacije in individua
12:00-13:00 kosilo
13:00-15:00 Sekcija 2 - Upravljanje in fleksibilnost
15:00-15:30 Premor
15:30-17:30 Sekcija 3 - Jezik, ideologija in identiteta
18:00 Večerja

Sreda, 21. oktober 2009
9:00-9:30 Uvod
9:30-15:00 Diskusije
(12:00-13:00 kosilo)
15:00-15:30 Premor
15:30-16:00 Zaključna slovesnost

 

10:00-12:00   Session 1: The Concept of Nation and the Individual

The Culture of Tea in China and Japan: Can the spirit of tea be a useful tool for cultural exchange? - Jia Chai 

Crisis of Identity: A study of Tarchetti’s works with consideration of the Doppelgänger motif - Moe Noda 

Identity: the Individual and the Group - Hideaki Matsumoto 

Why we are Macedonians, not Bulgarians: Krste Petkov Misirkov and his view on Macedonian national identity - Klemen Senica 

The question of cultural diversity in the modern state: The case of Slovenia and Japan - Nataša Visočnik 

 

13:00-15:00   Session 2: Governance and Flexibility

Consumption of the Japanese Movie in South Korea - Munju Cho 

Japanese educational policy towards foreigners: more especially with regards the situation of Koreans living in Japan - Akiko Takahashi 

Whaling, a Battleground: “EU as a Regulatory Empire” and Denmark/Greenland - Minori Takahashi 

Institutional mechanisms and strategies which encourage women to step in to the field of Politics - Lea A. Vrečko 

 

15:30-17:30   Session 3: Language, Ideology and Identity

Towards a New Framework for Soft Power through a discussion of China’s Confucius Institute - Kyoungtaek Lee 

Language ideologies and the concept of ”national language” - Luka Culiberg 

Ethno-musicological Investigations in urban musical life from Giurgiu - Andra-Mitia Dumitru 

Reiterant speech in language studies: its application in Japanese - Nina Golob 

China’s Bilingual Education Policy and the Uyghur Ethnic Identity - Maja Veselič

 

Vabljeni!

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