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Young Scholar Workshop on Taiwan at University of Ottawa

Journées d’étude Jeunes chercheurs sur Taïwan à l’Université d’Ottawa

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Published on Monday, March 18, 2013 by Élodie Faath

Summary

La Chaire d’études taïwanaises de l’Université d’Ottawa, avec le soutien du Département d’études politiques et du Département de Sociologie et d’Anthropologie, organise des Journées d'études consacrés aux Jeunes chercheurs (en master et en doctorat) travaillant sur Taïwan dans les universités de l'est du Canada (Ontario, Québec). Les participants viendront présenter leurs recherches, projets de recherches, articles ou chapitres en cours d'écriture, ainsi que les éventuelles difficultés qu'ils rencontrent ou ont rencontrés dans leur enquête ou dans leur rédaction.

Announcement

Young Scholar Workshop on Taiwan at University of Ottawa, 2013, Friday, March 22th and Saturday, March 23th, Social Sciences Building, Room FSS 5028

Program

Friday, March 22th

13h30-13-40: Opening Room

13h40-13h55: Presentation of the Workshop by the Members of the Chair

13h55-14h00: Introduction of Participants

  • 14h00-14h40: Myles Hulme, ph.d. student in political at Carleton Université, Negotiating Political Space: Taiwan’s Alternative Re-entry into the International Community
  • 14h40-15h20: Supanki Kalanadan, master student in law at University of Ottawa, Let Taiwan Talk and Walk: increasing its value in the international arena
  • 15h20-16h00: Boris Voyer, ph.d. student in anthropology at Université de Montréal, To Be or Not to Be Chinese in the eyes of the world: the dilemma for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

16h00-16h20: Coffee Break, 20 minutes

  • 16h20-17h00: Yun Emily Wang, ph.d. student in ethnomusicology at Toronto University, Wang Leehom’s “Middle Kingdom”: Imaginations of Pan-Ethnic Chineseness in Taiwan’s Liminal Identities
  • 17h00-17h40: Avi Darshani, ph.d. student in East Asian Studies at McGill University, Jinmen Migrants in Singapore, Business Networks and Temples Restorations in Jinmen
  • 17h40-18h20: Chien Yi-chun, ph.d. student in political sciences at Toronto University, What Do We Owe to Migrant Domestic Workers? Rethinking the Immigration Ethics in Taiwan

18h20-18h30: Conclusion of the first half-day

Saturday, March 23th

8h45-9h00: Opening Room and Breakfast

  • 9h00-9h40: Matthieu Fontaine, master student in anthropology at University of Ottawa, Les petits cafés de Taipei et sa jeunesse. Une identité parfumée au café
  • 9h40-10h20: Amélie Keyser-Verreault, ph.d. student in anthropology at Université Laval, Les idéaux taïwanais de la beauté féminine

10h20-10h40: Coffee Break, 20 minutes

  • 10h40-11h20: Lilia Benaïssa, undergraduate student in human law at University of Ottawa, De Taïwan et du syncrétisme étatique
  • 11h20-12h00: Christine Gaudet, undergraduate student in anthropology at Université Laval, « I’m an expatriate with an ache in Taipei ». Cheminements thérapeutiques d’expatriés occidentaux dans le pluralisme médical taïwanais

12h00-13h20: Lunch

  • 13h20-14h-00: Robert Pelletier, master student in anthropology at University of Ottawa, Tug of War: Muslim Mainlander as ethnic subgroup
  • 14h00-14h40: Andréanne Laverdière, master student in Mondialisation & International Development at University of Ottawa, Que peut-on apprendre de la reconnaissance du pluralisme religieux par la République de Chine au sein de son système scolaire et de l’image du religieux proposée dans les manuels scolaires ?
  • 14h40-15h20: Daniel Murray, ph.d. student in East Asian Studies at McGill University, Popular Religious Innovations and the Sociological Study of Religion in Taiwan

15h20-15h40: Coffee Break, 20 minutes

  • 15h40-16h20: Alexandre Syvrais-Gallant, master student in political sciences at University of Ottawa, La contribution des organisations bouddhistes durant la démocratisation de Taïwan
  • 16h20-17h00: Vincent Lacroix-Cuerrier, master student in political sciences at University of Ottawa, Le contrôle des organisations religieuses en Chine et à Taïwan

17h00-17h15: Conclusion of the Workshop

This Workshop is organized by members of the Chair in Taiwan studies at the University of Ottawa, with the support of the Department of Political Studies and the Department of Sociology and Anthropology.

  • André Laliberté, professeur titulaire au Département d’études politiques
  • Scott Simon, professeur agrégé au Département de sociologie et d’anthropologie
  • Jérôme Soldani, post-doctorant de la Chaire d’études taïwanaises, docteur en anthropologie

You will find below some helpful information to get you to the University:

  • The 97 bus provides a direct route from the airport to the city center, through the University.
  • The 95 bus runs from the station to the city center, through the University.
  • Greyhound buses from Montreal have a stop in front of the University.
  • Une A map of the University of Ottawa is available at the following link: http://www.uottawa.ca/cartes/

Places

  • Pavillon des Sciences Sociales, Salle 5028 - 120 Université
    Ottawa, Canada (K1N 6N5)

Date(s)

  • Friday, March 22, 2013
  • Saturday, March 23, 2013

Keywords

  • Taïwan, études taïwanaises

Contact(s)

  • Jérôme Soldani
    courriel : jeromesoldani [at] hotmail [dot] fr

Information source

  • Jérôme Soldani
    courriel : jeromesoldani [at] hotmail [dot] fr

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