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Modernization and National Identity in East Asia: Globalization and the Revival of Religion

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Date: 2005/11/05
2005/11/06
November 5 (Sat.)

10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Session 1
The Crisis of National Identity and the Role of Religions in East Asia
Chair MORI Koichi (Doshisha University)
Presentation
1.1 KAMARUZAMAN, Kamar Oniah (International Islamic University, Malaysia)
'Globalization in Balance: The Role and Position of Religion'
1.2 MATSUMOTO Kenichi (Reitaku University)
'Japanese National Identity and the Asian Common House'
1.3 LAU Yee Cheung (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
'Retrospect and Prospect of China's Modernization: In Search of a New Identity'
Commentators/respondents
1.4 SUH Jeong Min (Yonsei University
1.5 MURATA Koji (Doshisha University)


2:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Session 2
The Crisis of National Identity and the Role of Religions in Northeast Asia
Chair ECHIGOYA Akira (Doshisha University)
Presentation
2.1 GAO Shining (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences)
'National Identity and Religions in Today’s China'
2.2 SUH Jeong Min (Yonsei University)
'The Future Direction of Korean Christianity on the Situation of 'New Nationalism''
Commentators/respondents
2.3 SHASTRI, Hermen Priyaraj (Council of Churches of Malaysia)
2.4 ASANO Ryo (Doshisha Univeristy)
Evening Reception



November 6 (Sun.)
9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Session 3
The Crisis of National Identity and the Role of Religions in Southeast Asia
Chair NAKATA Hassan Ko (Doshisha University
Presentation
3.1 SHASTRI, Herman Priyaraj (Council of Churches of Malaysia)
'Globalization and the Revival of Religion in Malaysia'
3.2 YUSANTO, Muhammad Ismail (Hizbut Tahrir Indonesia)
'Islamic Revival and the Political Campaign of Hizbut Tahrir Indonesia: A Direct Challenge to Modernization and Globalization'
3.3 WADI (ibn Adduk), Julkipli Miluhon (University of the Philippines)
'Philippine Islam, Modernization, and Globalization'
Commentators/respondents
3.4 LAU Yee Cheung (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
3.5 YAMAMOTO Hiroyuki (National Museum of Ethnology)


2:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Session 4
Religion and the Future of East Asia
Chair KOHARA Katsuhiro (Doshisha University)
Presentation
4.1 SOLIHIN, Sohirin Mohammad (International Islamic University, Malaysia)
'East Asia and Challenges of Globalization: The Role of Monotheistic Religion in Maintaining Values and Identity'
4.2 LEE Jung Bae (Methodist Theological Seminary)
'Proposal for the Role of East Asian Religious Culture as an Alternative to Globalization: A Perspective from Korean Christianity'
4.3 CRUZ, Jose Maria Manaligod (Ateneo de Manila University)
'Religion and the Sense of the Nation: The Case of the Philippines'
Commentators/respondents
4.4 Gao Shining (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences)
4.5 USUKI Akira (Japan Women’s University)