DAY 2

April 16, 2021

9:00-10:00 Panel 3a: Cross-strait and transnational relations

Panel 3a: Cross-strait and transnational relations

Venue A

Chair: Beatrice Zani, University of Tubingen

Jie Chen, The University of Western Australia       

Whither goes Taipei’s support for democracy in China? With special reference to the Tsai administration

Ratih Kabinawa, University of Western Australia   

Transnational Actors in Taiwan’s Foreign Policy: Democratic Transition, International Isolation, and National Identity

Frederic Krumbein, Tel Aviv University     

Explaining cross-strait integration and disintegration with regional integration theory

10:30-11:30 Panel 4c: Gender

Panel 4c: Gender

Venue C

Chair: Jens Damm, University of Tubingen

Yahia Zhengtang Ma, The University of Melbourne           

Gay Jouissance: Queering the Representation of Male Same-Sex Desire in 1990s Taiwan Literature

Astrid Lipinsky, University of Vienn           

Nurses-medical women in 1960s taiyupian and realist film: Med-modernity as common ground?

 

13:00-14:00 Panel 5b: Film Studies

Panel 5b: Film Studies

Venue B

Chair: Ming-yeh Rawnsley, International Journal of Taiwan Studies & SOAS, University of London 

Chun-yi Kuo, Université de Montréal

Le Moulin: An invitation to meditate the history of Taiwan by Ya-Li Huang 

Hsin-Chin Evelyn Hsieh, National Taipei University of Education

Blood is Not the Only Thing: Re-imaging Family Relationship, Intimacy and Migration in Contemporary Taiwan Film

Adina Zemanek and Lara Momesso, University of Central Lancashire

Voice and Empowerment: Documentary Narrations of Marriage Migrants

Yiling Pan, University Jean Moulin Lyon III

Post Taiwanese Cinema –– A Historical Reconstruction and New Interpretation of Taiwanese Cinema : A Case Study on Cape No.7

14:30-15:30 Panel 6a: History

Panel 6a: History

Venue A

Chair: Eberhard Sandschneider, Free University Berlin

Ann Heylen, National Taiwan Normal University

Narrating Taiwan in late 19th century historical documents

Táňa Dluhošová, Oriental Institution

Society in Transition: Re-classification of Taiwanese Elite Families and the Importance of Less-known Families

Laura Pflug, Ruhr University Bochum

Taiwan-West German Nuclear Relations in the Cold War Era

Isabelle Cheng, University of Portsmouth   

Speaking on Behalf of the State: Women Propaganda Broadcasters in the Cold War

14:30-15:30 Panel 6c: Politics of Identity

Panel 6c: Politics of Identity

Venue C

Chair: Jens Damm, University of Tubingen

Christopher James Green, Shih Chien University

Global and Cultural Identity and their effects on Taiwanese National Identity: A Structural Equation Model

Jinpeng Ma, University of Nottingham

The Triangular Relationship Between China, the US and Taiwan: Strategies of Intergovernmental Organizations-Since 1949

Ssu-Han Yu, London School of Economics and Political Science

Mediating democracy: An intergenerational analysis

Nissim Otmazgin, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

A Taiwanese Soft Power? Taiwanese Soft Power in Regional Perspective

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