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2011年1月22日-23日 2010年度国際シンポジウム「平等を求めてー南アジアのマイノリティとマジョリティ」
Voices for Equity: Minority and Majority in South Asia

開催日時2011年1月22(土)-23(日)
場所龍谷大学大宮キャンパス清和館3階大ホール

 

龍谷大学現代インド研究センター(RINDAS)では2011年1月22日(土)と23日(日)の二日間にわたり以下のプログラムで国際シンポジウムを開催いたしました。のべ93名の参加者を得て、南アジア世界における平等性実現、社会正義について、マイノリティとマジョリティの関係性を切り口として、刺激的な報告と議論が行われました。

 

22 January (Saturday)

Welcoming Address: Dosho WAKAHARA (President of Ryukoku University)

Opening Address: Akio TANABE (Convener of NIHU Program on Contemporary India Area Studies, Kyoto University)

Introduction for the Symposium: Nobuko NAGASAKI (Director of the Center for the Study of Contemporary India: Ryukoku University)

 

Session 1 : Dalit / Buddhist Communities in Contemporary India

Chaired by Shoryu KATSURA (Director of the Research Center for Buddhist Cultures in Asia: Ryukoku University) andTimothy FITZGERALD (University of Stirling, U.K.)

       Discussants:Aya IKEGAME(National Museum of Ethnology) and Chisui SATOH (Ryukoku University)

1. Valerian RODRIGUES (Jawaharlal Nehru University, India),

    “Ambedkar on Modernity and Religion

2. Kenta FUNAHASHI (Kyoto University),

   “Negotiating with ‘Caste’: A Case of Buddhist-Dalits in Contemporary Uttar Pradesh

3. Miki ENOKI (Japan International Corporation Agency),

  “Role and Network of Buddhist Institution in Bijapur, Karnataka: Renaissance of Indian Buddhist

4. Kenji ADACHI (Shikoku Medical College),

  “Acupuncture and Moxibustion at an Indian Village: Special Reference to Free Medical Camps Conducted by Local Buddhists

5. Shiv Shankar DAS (Jawaharlal Nehru University, India),

  “Ambedkar-Buddhism in Uttar Pradesh (1951-2001): An Analysis of Demographic and Socio-Economic Developments


23 January (Sunday)

Session 2 : Religious Minorities and Majorities in South Asia

  Chaired by Yusho WAKAHARA (Ryukoku University) and Nobuko NAGASAKI 

  Discussants: Maqsooda SHIOTANIM (Kashmir University, India) and Toshie AWAYA (Tokyo University for Foreign Studies)

6. Harun-or-RASHID (University of Dhaka, Bangladesh),

   “Religion Islam in Social and Political Transformation: The Bangladesh Perspective

7. Masahiko TOGAWA (Hiroshima University),

   “Hindu Muslim Relations in a Saintly Cult in Bangladesh: Religious Minority and Coexistence

8. Gnanasigamony ALOYSIUS (Independent Writer, India),

   “Identity & Politics among the Scheduled Castes in Contemporary India"

9. John ZAVOS (University of Manchester, U.K.),

     “Negotiating Minority/Majority Religious Identity:Exploring the Social Location ofaTransnational Religious Organisation in Britain and India

 

Session 3 : Minority and Majority Making in Indian Politics

 Chaired by Mitsuya DAKE (Ryukoku University)and Hisashi NAKAMURA (Ryukoku University)

 Discussants: Hiroyuki KOTANI (Tokyo Metropolitan University) and Pauline KENT (Ryukoku University)

10. Timothy FITZGERALD,

   “Religion, Politics, and Bahujan Samaj Discourse

11. Sukhadeo THORAT (read by Nidhi Sadana Sabharwal),

   “Minorities and Social Exclusion in Asia: Reflection on Problems and Solution in a Comparative Framework”

12. Nidhi Sadana SABHARWAL (Indian Institute of Dalit Studies, India),

   “Dalit Women and Political Space: Status and Issues related to their Participation

13. Osamu YOSHIDA (Hiroshima University),

   “Majority and Minority in Politics of Regionalism in Orissa”

14. Norio KONDO (Institute of Developing Economies),

   “Communal Riots and States: A Comparative Study of Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh

 

General Discussion

Chaired by Hisashi NAKAMURA and Nobuko NAGASAKI

Discussion led by Akio TANABE, Hiroyuki KOTANI and Timothy FITZGERALD

 

Closing Address: Tesshin AKAMATSU (Dean, Faculty of Letters, Ryukoku University)