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Panel Name(s) Paper name
1b: Expression of Identity and Nationalism Chia-yu Liang To See the Un-seen Self: The Invisible Core in Taiwanese Identity and the Recognition of the Invisible Others
Adina Zemanek Familiar Spaces: (National) Home in Contemporary Taiwanese Tourist Souvenirs
Feng-yi Chu Invisible Heterogeneous Sentiments in History: The Entangled Chinese, Japanese and Taiwanese Identities of Native Taiwanese Elders
2a: International Relations and Informal Diplomacy Rangga Aditya Elias The (In)visibility of Taiwan-Indonesia Relations: Indonesian Students on the Sideline
Wen-cheng Lin The Emergence of Two Camps in East Asia and Taiwan’s Strategy
Csaba Moldicz Economic Relations between Taiwan and EU: In the Midst of Technological Changes, Why is Taiwan Important to the EU?
Colin Alexander The Visible Donor: Taiwan in Post-Earthquake Haiti
2b: Approaches to Taiwan Studies Weilun Lu What’s in a Name? The Interplay of Metaphor and Synonymy in Lee Teng-hui’s Presidential Rhetoric
Han-teng Liao, Yi-ching Liao Chinese-language Literature about Taiwanese Studies: Comparing Chinese-language Results by Five Academic Search Engines
Táňa Dluhošová and Alvin Cheng-hsien Chen Re-constructing the Literary Field in Early Post-war Taiwan Literature: A Quantitative Study on the Publication Patterns of the Contributors
3b: Intersectionality in Taiwan: Han Dominance and Marginalized Groups Jens Damm Early Contradictory Approaches to Gender and Sexuality during Taiwan’s Transformation in the Early 1980s
Astrid Lipinsky Gender Roles in 1960s Films: Beautiful Duckling and Oyster Girl in Taiwan 50 Years Later
4a: Cross-Strait Interactions and the Impact Martin Boyle Really Exploiting Discursive Cleavages in Cross-Strait Power Relations
Chien-jung Hsu China’s Influence on Taiwan’s pro-Taiwan/pro-Green Media
Edmund Frettingham Security and Economic Integration in Taiwan
4b: Literature Christopher Payne (In)Visible Peoples: Eco-colonial Layering in Wang Chia-hsing’s Myth of the Negrito
Tzu-yu Lin The (In)visible Taiwanese Postcolonial Literary Studies
Shu-chun Li Anti-KMT (Dang-Wai) Women as Narrated by Others and by Themselves: The Analysis of Difference of Democracy and Gender
5a: Governance and Challenges Dean Karalekas Patterns of Leadership in Taiwan and Implications for Disaster Planning
Yu-wen Huang Digital Convergence and Taiwan’s Broadband War ahead: A Legal Prospect
Tsu-yi Hung and Ju-yin Hsueh National Image and Brand Image Influences on Consumer Purchase Intention: Healthcare Tourism in Taiwan
5b: Tangible and Intangible of Cultural Heritages Nobayashi Atsushi Ethnicity of Indigenous Peoples Visualized in Material Culture: A Comparative Study between Museum Collection and Modern Crafts
6a: Migration, Cosmopolitanism and Social Change Lara Momesso Resetting the Agenda? Mainland Spouses’ New Forms of Organising in Taiwan
Patricia L. Parker Taiwan’s Cling to Culture: Why Foreign Domestic Workers are Bad for Both Sides
6b: Popular Culture and Creativity Teoh Yang-ming Indigeneity in Contemporary Popular Indigenous Music in Taitung around 2010
Teri Silvio The (In)Visibility of Local Style: Creative Industry Ideology and Subcultural Practice Among Taiwanese and Hong Kong Art Toy Designers
7b: Mapping the Unseen: Taiwan’s Invisibility and Marginality Thomas Gold Making Japan-Era Taiwan Visible: The Conflicting Portrayal of Japanese Colonialism in the Films of Wei Te-sheng