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Conference: Negotiating the Time

Room 518, Kim Daegon Hall, Sogang University

26-27 October 2018


International Conference: Negotiating the Time

Korean-Japanese Forum of Western History
Interdisciplinary Research Project on the Function of National Histories and Collective Memories for the Democracy in the Globalized Society
Critical Global Studies Institute, Sogang University

26 (Fri.) October 2018
16:00 Opening Remarks: Nobuya Hashimoto (Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan)
16:10 Keynote Speech: Naoki Sakai (Cornell University, USA), "Time as Progress and the Nationalism of Hikikomori (reclusive withdrawal): From an Outward-Looking Society to an Inward-Looking One"
17:00 Coffee Break
17:15 Discussion
18:15 Welcoming Dinner

27 (Sat.) October 2018
10:00 Session 1: Historicizing the Time?
Moderator: Satoshi Koyama(Kyoto University, Japan)
Speaker 1: Stefan Tanaka (University of California San Diego, USA), "The Transience of Historical Time"
Speaker 2: Taisuke Nagumo (Yamaguchi University, Japan), "Two 'Late Antiquities' since 2015: Reconsidering the Periodization  from Antiquity to the Mediaeval Ages"
Discussant: Kyunghwan Oh (Sungshin University, Korea)
12:00 Lunch
13:00 Session 2: Politicizing the Time?
Moderator: Nobuya Hashimoto (Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan)
Speaker 1: Nikolay Koposov (Emory University, USA/Russia), "Populism and Memory: The Politics of the Past after the Death  of History"
Speaker 2: Han Sang Kim (Ajou University, Korea), "Beyond Frozen Time: Excavated Film Footage and the Politics of How to Use It"
Discussant: Seok-jin Lew (Sogang University, Korea)
15:00 Coffee Break
15:15 Session 3: Colonializing the Time?
Moderator: Joohee Kim (CGSI, Sogang University, Korea)
Speaker 1: Hunmi Lee (CGSI, Sogang University, Korea), "Time For Change: International Political Discourse in the Record of the Sino-Japanese War 1894-1895"
Speaker 2: Yuto Ishibashi (Chuo University, Japan), "Time Standards for the British Empire: Colonial Astronomical Observatories  and the Transfers of Timesignalling Technologies"
Discussant: Toshie Awaya (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan)
17:15 Coffee Break
17:30 Round Table
Moderator: Jie-Hyun Lim (CGSI, Sogang University, Korea)
Introduction to the general discussion: Stefan Berger (Ruhr University of Bochum, Germany)