[Blueboard] 15th International Conference on Japanese Studies

Japanese Studies Program [LS] japanese.soss at ateneo.edu
Tue Dec 16 14:45:37 PHT 2014


*Ateneo de Manila University *
*Japanese Studies Program*
in cooperation with *Women's Manga Research*
and with the generous support of *Japan Foundation*

cordially invites everyone to


The 15th Annual International Conference on Japanese Studies and
   the 6th Women’s Manga Conference
*Manga and the Manga-esque: New Perspectives to a Global Culture*

22-23 January 2015
Ricardo and Dr. Rosita Leong Hall Auditorium
Ateneo de Manila University
Loyola Heights Campus


This two-day conference will involve scholars and educators who are
interested in the issue of manga studies in Japan and Southeast Asia. We
have also invited artists from Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam, China and the
Philippines to exhibit their works and conduct an artist talk. This
conference aims to approach the theme from various viewpoints. The
objectives of the conference include: 1) To show the various research
topics and approaches in dealing with manga and manga-style works, and
promote research by scholars, particularly from young researchers and
students, 2) To provide a forum in English in order to accommodate the
audience with no Japanese-language proficiency as well as to discuss the
research agenda of manga with researchers in popular culture, 3) To make a
network among major institutions related to Japanese Studies and publishing
industries in the Philippines, particularly outside Metro Manila,
and 4) To consequently contribute to the propagation of popular culture
education in the Philippines. (http://ateneojspconference.blogspot.com/)


*Tentative Program*

*Day 1 *

8:30       Registration
9:30       Welcome Remarks
              Opening Remarks

10:00-11:30 Plenary Session 1: Manga and the Manga-esque

Considering the ‘Mangaesque’ as a Cultural Condition: Where Japanese
Studies and
Manga Studies May Meet
Jaqueline Berndt, Kyoto Seika University

The Role of National Mediators in the Construction of the Global Meaning of
Manga
Zoltan Kacsuk, Budapest University of Technology and Economics

Manga-esque in a Single Frame: An Exploration of the Bounds of Japanese
Irasuto
and Cartoons
Ronald Stewart, Prefectural University of Hiroshima


11:30-11:40 Coffee Break


11:40-12:20 Artist Session 1: Philippine Manga and Manga-esque

Moderated by Elbert Or
Robert Magnuson, Ace Vitangcol


12:20-1:20 Lunch


1:20-2:20 Artist Session 2 & 3: Women’s Manga in Singapore / Vietnam and
Manga-esque

Moderated by Fusami Ogi and Jaqueline Berndt: FSc (30 minutes)
Nguyen Thanh Phong (30 minutes)


2:20-3:20 Paper Session 1: Manga-esque in Southeast Asia

The Domestication of Japanese Manga Representation in Malaysia : The
Universality
of Visual Language and Cultural Characteristics
Suraya Md Nasir

 Manga in the Philippines: From Niche Market to An (Invisible) Market
 Ma. Victoria Cayton, University of Asia and the Pacific

“OTAKU NO RIKO”: Gratifications Derived from Filipino Anime Engagements
 Thea Pamela Pauline A. Javier, M.C., San Sebastian College Recoletos -
Manila


3:20-3:35 Coffee Break


3:35-4:35 Artist Session 4: Women Comics in the Philippines

Moderated by: Kristine Michelle Santos
Tin Tin Pantoja, Black Ink Comics

4:35-6:15 Paper Session 2: Frameworks in Popular Culture Studies

Performing 2.5 dimensional characters: Cosplay as a Practice in Hybrid
Reality
Akiko Sugawa-Shimada, Yokohama National University

Glocalizing Appearance: Filipino Cosplayers and the Mukokuseki Aesthetic
Tiffany Lim, University of Tokyo

Quantitative Research in Manga/Anime Studies: Methodological Considerations
and
Three Europe-based Surveys
Marco Pellitteri, Kobe University


*Day 2*

9:00 Registration

9:30-11:30 Plenary Session 3: Women’s Manga in Japan

Manga-esque Hybridity Coming Out of Women’s Manga
Fusami Ogi, Chikushi Jogakuen University

On Sexual Issues of Aging Women: Shungiku Uchida and Challenges in Women’s
Manga
Kotaro Nakagaki, Daito Bunka University

“What Female Manga Artists are Doing with Shakespeare”
Yukari Yoshihara, University of Tsukuba


11:30 – 11:45 Coffee Break


11:45-12:15 Artist Session 4: Indonesian Women’s Panel

Moderated by Febriani Shihombing
Jhosephine Tanuwidjaya and Stephani Soejono


12:15-1:15 Lunch


1:15-1:35 Artist Session 5: China’s Artist Panel

Moderated by Gan Sheuo Hui
Luo Rongrong

1:35-2:30 Plenary Session 4: Manga and the Manga-esque in Southeast Asia

Analysis of the Terminology “Komik Indonesia” in Indonesian Comics: A
Discussion
Case Study of Three Indonesia Comics Exhibition after 2000
Febriani Sihombing, Tohoku University

Locally Made! – The Gag Comics in Malaysia
Gan Sheuo Hui, National University of Singapore

2:30-3:30 Paper Session 3:Women and Manga Beyond Japan

Yaoi Dōjinshi in the Philippines and Malaysia: Challenges and
Transformations in
Local Girls’ Culture
Kristine Michelle Santos, Wollongong University

Kartoon-y: Boys' Love Manga Flourishes in Conservative Thailand
Poowin Bunyavejchewin and Ormwajee Pibool, Thammasat University


3:30-3:45 Coffee Break


3:45-4:45 Paper Session 4: Women and Japanese Manga

Defining Yuri Fandom in Japan: Women and Men Reading and Writing About Girl–
Girl Romance Media
James Welker, Kanagawa University

On the Role of Characterization and Engagement in Shōjo-Manga as a Genre
Giancarla Unser-Schutz, Rissho University

4:45-5:45 Paper Session 5: Gender and Japanese Manga

Winry, Hinata, Mikasa: Feminine Imagery in Shōnen Manga and Japan’s
Masculinist
Cultural Nationalism
Hansley A. Juliano, Ateneo de Manila University

Sex Tourism, Filipina Brides, and Japanese Comics
Ryan Holmberg, The Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and
Cultures


5:45 Ending Remarks

6:00-7:30 Special Screening of “Illustrated By: Filipino Invasion of US
Comics”



*Conference Fee*
Professionals: P800 for two days or P500 for each day
Students: P250 per day or P400 for two days

Conference fees for professionals include a conference kit, as well as
snacks and lunch for 2 days. For non-Ateneo students, fee only includes
snacks and lunch for 2 days.


For inquiries and confirmation of attendance, please contact Japanese
Studies Program, Ateneo de Manila University at 426-6001 local 5248 and
5249, or jspadmu at gmail.com (c/o Dr. Karl Ian Uy Cheng Chua, conference
convener).


http://ateneojspconference.blogspot.com/




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Japanese Studies Program
Ateneo de Manila University
LH209 Ricardo and Dr. Rosita Leong Hall
Katipunan Avenue, Loyola Heights
Quezon City, Philippines 1108
Phone:  +632 426-6001 local 5248
Telefax: +632 426-6001 local 5249
Email: japanese.soss at ateneo.edu
http://www.ateneo.edu/ls/soss/japanese-studies
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