ASOC Student E-Conference 2023

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ASOC Student E-Conference is an online conference for undergraduate and graduate students. The purpose of the conference is for students in Asia to present their research topics and engage in communication and collaboration with Asian colleagues. The Conference also welcomes related papers coming from American and European students in comparative perspectives with Asia. Thus the conference will bring together researchers and students affiliated with Asian universities and those who aspire to pursue Asian studies to discuss issues and harmonization in Asia. 
Date: 2023/11/17 11:00 ~ 2023/11/18 18:40
Fotmat: Zoom Webinar
Admission: Free ※ A Zoom URL for participants will be sent after registration

※Only English


Date 2023/11/17 11:00 ~ 2023/11/18 18:40
Potential Presenters Undergraduate, graduate and high school students
Format Zoom Webinar
※ A Zoom URL for participants will be sent after registration
Admission Free
Host Institute Kyushu University Institute of Asia-Oceania Studies - Cultural Dynamic Cluster
Organizing Institutes Asia Centre, De La Salle University, Kyushu University, Nihon University, Taiwan Normal University, Toyo University, Universiti Malaya, University of the Philippines Diliman
Contact Toru Oga(Faculty of Law)
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【What is ASOC?】

ASOC (Asian Studies Online Consortium) is a research and education group organized by East Asian researchers, and exploring new research and education methods using online networks under the COVID-19.  

【Key Theme: Political Change and Democracy in Asia 】

Elections have emerged as a significant regional issue in Asia. Democracy in this region is layered, touched by crises, potential threats, and conflicts from both a global and regional viewpoint. A comparative approach is essential to fully comprehend these dynamics. Social media, with its vast influence, stands out, especially when discussing human rights and the spread of fake news. The intertwining of gender and political dynamics provides a unique perspective to discern the region's political setting. Pressing topics like climate change merge with human rights, instigating intricate discussions. An exploration of the relationship between democracy and religion in Asia is vital; highlighting the delicate cultural and political fabric of the continent.



【Registration Form】


Organizing Committee

Akira Ichikawa (Toyo University), Hsuanlei Shao (Taiwan Normal University), James Gomez (Asia Centre), Jocelyn Celero (University of the Philippines Diliman), Johanna Zulueta (Toyo University), Marc Piñol (Asian Centre), Saho Matsumoto (Nihon University), Sheila Michael (Universiti Malaya), Toru Oga (Kyushu University), Ron Vilog (De La Salle University)