岐路に立つグローバリゼーションと歴史実践

岐路に立つグローバリゼーションと歴史実践

主催:科研費・基盤(A)「アジア・太平洋戦争史」の比較と総合:国際的研究教育プログラムの開発

2017年3月4・5日

一橋大学(東京都国立市)
東キャンパス・第3研究館 研究会議室(3階)

交通のご案内
キャンパス内地図(39番の建物)


 コンファレンス・アジェンダ

 2008年、政治経済学者のダニ・ロドリックは国際金融危機がもたらした混乱をへてグローバリゼーション・コンセンサスは失われたと述べた。2016年のイギリス国民投票によるEU脱退(Brexit)および米大統領選挙におけるトランプの勝利により、今や私たちはあらたなグローバリゼーション・コンセンサスの危機に瀕しており、2017年にはさらなる政治の混乱が予想されている。このような状況をふまえ、科研費(基盤研究A)共同研究プロジェクト「『アジア・太平洋戦争史』の比較と総合:国際的研究教育プログラムの開発」主催による第3回国際会議は、グローバリゼーション・コンセンサスの危機が、いま、戦争と暴力の近現代史に関する知識や見方を記述し、教え、広めるという広い意味での歴史実践の営みに対して、どのようなインパクトを与えようとしているのか、歴史実践はどうあるべきなのかを議論していく。


プログラム

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Practicing History at the Time of Crisis in the Globalization Consensus (detailed info)

Practicing History at the Time of Crisis  in the Globalization Consensus

An international conference sponsored and organized by JSPS research project: Developing an International Research and Education Program on Asia-Pacific War History: Comparison and Synthesis

Date

 4-5 March 2017

Venue

Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo
East Campus, Faculty Building 3 (on the 3rd floor)

Access to the university
Campus directory (please find the building No.39)


Conference Agenda

 In 2008, the political economist Dani Rodrik argued that the globalization consensus was dead after the great turmoil in international finance. Then we witnessed another predicament of the globalization consensus in 2016, the year of the Brexit referendum and Trump’s victory in the US presidential election. More political turbulence is expected in 2017. With this in mind, the third international conference organized by the JSPS joint research project “Developing an International Research and Education Program on Asia-Pacific War History: Comparison and Synthesis” will discuss the impact of the current crisis in the globalization consensus on the wider arena of practicing history, i.e., writing, teaching, and disseminating knowledge and perspectives about the modern and contemporary history of war and violence.


Program

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Summer School for Contemporary History 2016 : Wandering around the Fields of War Memory

Summer School 2016 poster

Summer School 2016 poster b

What Is This?

This event, primarily for undergraduate and graduate students, is a summer school project without any formal relations with Hitotsubashi University. It is free of charge.
No official diploma/certificate will be issued.
Participants should pay for transportation, museum fees and other personal expenses.


How to Join?

Reservation Required.
Send an email to apwarproject2015@gmail.com or fill in the form below with your name and affiliation by July 10, 2016.
You may participate in either all of or parts of the program. Specify the date (AM and/or PM) you would like to join.
Non-students and late registration will be accepted pending availability.


Program

Day 1: July 21 (Thursday), Hitotsubashi University

Lecture (14:40-16:10)
at East Campus, Mercury Tower (#37 of campus map), Room #3405
Johanna Zulueta (Soka University), “Migrating Memories:
Gendered Subjectivities and the Experience of War”

Lecture (16:20-17:50)
at East Campus, Mercury Tower*, Room #3405
Nemoto Masaya (Hitotsubashi University) , “Suffering, Silence,
and Storytelling: Atomic Bomb Survivors in Hiroshima”

Welcome Meeting (18:15-20:00)

Direction to Hitotsubashi University:
https://www.hit-u.ac.jp/eng/about/direction/index.html

Hitotsubashi Campus Map:
http://www.hit-u.ac.jp/eng/about/direction/guide/campus/e-campus/index.html

Day 2: August 4 (Thursday), Yasukuni & Kudanshita Area

Guided Tour (11:00-12:30)
meeting place:  Kudanshita Subway Station, Exit #6 at 10:50
Shokei-kan Museum 
with Nakamura Eri (Hitotsubashi University)

Group Tour (13:00-15:30)
meeting place: Kudanshita Subway Station, Exit #1 at 12:50
Yasukuni Shrine and Yushukan Museum with Nakano Satoshi (Hitotsubashi University)
*Important Notice: The guide is not available as originally planned. We apologize for the change in the program after starting the registration. (updated on July 11)
*Entrance fee at your own expense

Post-Tour Session (16:00-17:30)
Josui Kaikan Conference Room
Moderator: Nakano Satoshi

Kudanshita Area Map:
https://goo.gl/maps/F9VjSGVtVMn

Day 3: August 5 (Friday), Hitotsubashi University

Campus Tour (10:30-12:00)
meeting place: West Campus Main Gate at 10:20
With Nakano Satoshi and Okada Taihei (Shizuoka University)

Lecture (13:00-14:30)
at East Campus, Faculty Building 3 (#39 of campus map), Research Conference Room
Karl Ian Cheng Chua (Ateneo de Manila University), “Forgetting the War through War Manga”

Screening and Discussion (15:00-18:00)
at East Campus, Faculty Building 3, Research Conference Room
Maruyama Yuki (Hitotsubashi University) and Nomura Nao (Saitama University), “Representations of
 War” (Film Titles: TBA)

Farewell Meeting (18:15-20:00)