Sinophone Humanities in Southeast Asia

Sinophone Humanities in Southeast Asia: An International Workshop
Date: Apr 11, 2019
Location: Harvard University, 2 Divinity Ave, Common Room


10.15am – 10.30am | Welcome Remarks

10.30am – 12pm | Panel A: The Geopolitics of Southeast Asian Space, Memory and History
Chair: Huang Ying-che (Aichi University)

Ko Chia-cian (National Taiwan University): 漢詩世界裡的華夷風

Tee Kim Tong (National Sun Yat-sen University): 馬華文學、吉隆坡與文學/記憶現場

Liew Zhou Hau (Harvard University): Staging Resettlement: The Re-engineering of Rural History and the Replanting of Nanyang Memories

Jessica Tan (Harvard University): Caught between Homelands: The “Return” of the Wild Goose Wang Xiaoping

12 – 1pm | Lunch

1 – 2.30pm | Panel B: Southeast Asia Trans-regional Connections and Consciousness
Chair: David Wang (Harvard University)

Nicholas Wong (University of Chicago): Interwar Nanyang Studies and Hsu Yun-Tsiao’s Diaries in Patani, Siam

Hsiung Ting-hui (National Sun Yat-sen University): 世界主義下的馬華文學:賀淑芳《迷宮毯子》中的種族問題

Jannis Chen (Harvard University): From Becoming-Things to Thing-Power: Literature of Things(“物化”與“物力”:從《野豬渡河》看“物”的文學)

Woo Kamloon (Linking Publishing Taiwan): 從文學到歷史:馬華出版在台灣

2.30 – 3pm | Tea Break

3 – 4.45pm | Panel C: Roundtable Discussion with Chang Kuei-hsing
Chair: Mei Chia-ling (National Taiwan University)

Speakers: Chang Kuei-hsing, David Wang and Huang Ying-che

4.45 – 5pm | Closing Remarks 

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