CRISEA Representations at EuroSEAS 2019

10 Sep 2019 12.00 AM - 13 Sep 2019 12.00 AM
Humboldt University, Berlin

CRISEA representations led the roundtables and sessions at EuroSEAS 2019, presenting the individual and work package from CRISEA's research projects.

Round Tables
Current and future challenges of regional integration in Southeast Asia

Jacques Leider

Tomasz Kaminski

Sophie Boisseau du Rocher

“Listen to your Eyes”: Multimedia Story-telling and the Future(s) of Academic Publishing

David Kloos

Henk Schulte Nordholt

Silvia Vignato

Principles of welfare in Southeast Asia Silvia Vignato
Sessions
Room 1.102 Hybrid Communities in Southeast Asia: Identity Formation, Evolution, and Transformation Danny Wong Tze-Ken
Room 1.401 “Worlding sites”: Globalized visions and material constructions of future Southeast Asia

Silvia Vignato

Monika Arnez

Jérôme Tadié

Giacomo Tabacco

Room 1.204 Islam and Capitalism in Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia Viola Thimm
Room 1.406 Performing Sumatra through Cultural Heritage Jan van der Putten
Room 1.504 Identity: Forging Regional Belonging in Southeast Asia

Volker Grabowsky

Jayeel Cornelio

Sirui Dao

Alan Darmawan

Jan van der Putten

Yves Goudineau

Jacques Leider

Room 1.102 The liberal state and its discontents in Southeast Asia

Tomas Larsson

Eugénie Mériau

Marco Bünte

Andreas Ufen

Rachel Leow

Iza Hussein

Room 1.401 Upland Pioneers: Future Aspirations, Moral Imaginaries and Emerging Religiosities in Southeast Asia

Rosalie Stolz

Oliver Tappe

Vanina Bouté

Room 1.101 The political economy of Southeast Asian states

Terence E. Gomez

Pietro P. Masina

Room 1.506 Two-wheeled tensions in urban Southeast Asia: Motorbike taxis, app-based services, and the politics of mobility

Sarah Turner

Arve Hansen

Room 1.505 Historical Anthropology in the Highlands: Contexts, Methods, Actors, and Ethics

Vanina Bouté

Room 1.502 East Timorese Multiple Belongings: The International Relations of East Timor and the Application to ASEAN

Nuno Canas Mendes

Nadine Lobner

Paulo Seixas

Speaker(s)
Arnez, Monika

Monika Arnez obtained her PhD from the University of Cologne, Germany, in Indonesian and Malay Studies. She teaches undergraduate and ... [read more]

Gomez, Edmund Terence

Edmund Terence Gomez is Professor of Political Economy at the Faculty of Economics and Administration, University of Malaya. He specializes ... [read more]

Grabowsky, Volker

Volker Grabowsky is Professor of Thai Language and Culture at the Asia-Africa-Institute of the University of Hamburg. He ... [read more]

Hansen, Arve

Arve Hansen is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Centre for Development and the Environment at the University of Oslo. ... [read more]

Larsson, Tomas

Tomas Larsson received a PhD in Government from Cornell University in 2007. His award-winning dissertation was revised and published ... [read more]

Masina, Pietro P.

Pietro P. Masina is associate professor of Asian history at the University of Naples L’Orientale. He was Secretary ( ... [read more]

Tappe, Oliver

Oliver Tappe is a Senior Researcher at the Global South Studies Center, University of Cologne, and Associate of University of ... [read more]

Van der Putten. Jan

Jan van der Putten studied Indonesian literature and culture at the Department Languages and Cultures of Southeast Asia and Oceania. ... [read more]

Vignato, Silvia

Silvia Vignato is Associate Professor in anthropology at the Università di Milano-Bicocca (UNIMIB). Beside a monography about Indonesian ... [read more]