EATS 2004 Conference Programme

Panel 2: Taiwan's 2004 Presidential Election and its Implications

  • Fiorella Allio (Institute for Research on South East Asia, Marseille)
    Micro-level analysis in the research on electoral culture and representations and national level election. The March 2004 Presidential Election.
  • Joseph Lee (University of London)
    After the Defensive Referendum, What's Next?
  • Liu Ming-feng (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales)
    The Referendum and Taiwan's Democratisation
  • Christian Schafferer (University of Linz)
    Newspaper and Television Advertising in the 2004 Taiwan Presidential Election.

Panel 3: Change and Continuity between the KMT and DPP eras (1)

  • Dafydd Fell (SOAS)
    Party Platform Change: Comparing the KMT and DPP eras
  • Christian Goebel (Duisburg-Essen)
    Combating Corruption under Chen Shui-bian
  • Gunter Schubert (University of Tuebingen)
    Closing the gap? - Taiwan's political parties and national identity after the 2004 presidential elections

Panel 4: Change and Continuity between the KMT and DPP eras (2)

  • Chang Bi-yu (LSE)
    Narrating Taiwan: Taiwanese Cultural Policy Since 2000
  • Flemming Christiansen (Leeds)
    Constitutional Change and Taiwan's Democratisation
  • Huang Yiling (University Paris 1, Sorbonne-Pantheon)
    Education Reform: Change and Continuity Since the Change in Ruling Parties

Panel 5: Taiwan's Political Economy

  • Robert Ash (SOAS)
    Economic Policy in the KMT and DPP eras
  • Christopher Dent (Leeds)
    Taiwan and the New Regional Political Economy of Asia
  • Chen I-ru (SOAS)
    Defending State Autonomy in the Age of Financial Globalisation The case study of financial liberalisation in Taiwan's stock market

Panel 6: Culture and Society

  • Lim Song Hwee (Leeds)
    "Cool Kids": How to be Queer in Taiwan
  • Christine Kaemmer (Tuebingen)
    Continuity and Change of Values- An Analysis of Literary Textbooks of Taiwanese Junior High Schools
  • Satoshi Ota (SOAS)
    Japanese Youth Culture in Taiwan
  • Stefania Travagnin (SOAS)
    Master Yinshun and Buddhist Nuns for the human Realm Theory and practice of Renjian Fojiao in Contemporary Taiwan

Panel 7: Language and History

  • Ann Heylen (Ruhr University)
    Loading the Matrix: Taiwanese in Historical Perspective
  • Henning Kloter (Ruhr University)
    Written Taiwanese: A Complementary Approach
  • Tzeng Shih-jung (Oxford)
    Identity and War: the Taiwanese National Consciousness under War Mobilization and Kominka Movement
  • Carsten Storm (Dresden University of Technology)
    Historicity and Identity in Li Qiao's Wintery Nights

Panel 8: National Identity in Taiwan

  • Stephane Corcuff (La Rochelle)
    Is there a Frontier between China and Taiwan? (abstract)
  • Mark Harrison (Westminster)
    Where is Taiwanese Identity?
  • Perry Johansen (Stockholm)
    Film and politics in Taiwan: The March of Happiness and the Presidential Election 2000
  • Carol Rennie (Edinburgh)
    National Identity in the Work of Overseas women writers from Taiwan

Panel 9: Cross Strait Relations

  • Kallio Jyrki and Mikael Mattlin (University of Helsinki)
    Thinking Outside the One China Box: How to Undo the Gordian Knot in the Cross Strait Impasse
  • Masako Ikegami (CPAS Stockholm)
    Three Agendas for the Future Course of the China Taiwan Relationship.
  • Yasuhiro Matsuda (The National Institute for Defence Studies, Japan Defence Agency)
    Taiwan's Presidential Election in 2004: Its impact on the PRC-Taiwan Relations
  • Uwe Wunderlich (Reading)
    Globalisation and Identity Building: A Social Constructivist Approach to Sino Taiwanese Relations

Panel 10: International Relations

  • David Fouquet (Asian-Europe Project, Brussels)
    European-Asian Space Collaboration and its Strategic Implications
  • Michael Hoare (Independent Scholar)
    A Short History of British Government Taiwan Relations (abstract)
  • Joji Kijima (SOAS)
    Taiwan's Break with Japan: 1972 Revisited
  • Lin Taiho (University of Muenster)
    U.S. nuclear strategy, Missile Defence and the Taiwan Strait