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Fifth East Asian Conference on Slavic-Eurasian Studies (ICCEES Asian Congress)

Time Table:   9-10 August 2013

1913-2013 for Eurasia: A Great Experiment or a Lost Century?

Location: Osaka University of Economics and Law, Yao Campus (Oval), Osaka, Japan

 August 9  Friday  
9:30-10:00 am Opening Session    
10:15-12:00 am I-1   I-2   I-3   I-4   I-5    
Session I Russo-Japanese Relationship through Sexual Traffic To Move or Not to Move, This Is the Question of Political Regimes in South Caucasus Russian Economy in a Globalizing World Ideological Dynamics: Local Elites in Central Eurasia Excavating the Fundamentals of Russian Literature    
1:30-3:15 pm   II-1   II-2   II-3   II-4   II-5    
Session II Representation of War Victims in the Twentieth Century: From Heroism to Atrocities Changes and Continuity: Russia’s Experiences in Post-Soviet Space The Twentieth Century for Ordinary People: Gains and Losses The Twentieth Century: Macroscopic Approach Adaptations in the Cultural Contact Process between Modern Japan and Russia    
 3:30-5:15 pm III-1   III-2   III-3   III-4   III-5   III-6
Session III Rising Powers and Conflict Management in Central Asia Managing Chinese Migrants in the Russian Far East Dialogues for Mutual Understanding, or Further Antagonism: Religion in Post-Soviet Russia and Ukraine Concept of Region and Demarcation Process in Central and Eastern Europe after World War I Performativity in Russian Culture in the Twentieth Century   Russo-Japanese Relations after the Russo-Japanese War in the Global Context (1905-1916)
5:30- 6:30 pm Special Lectures
   
6:30- 8:30 pm Conference Dinner
   

 August 10 Saturday
9:30-11:15 am  IV-1   IV-2   IV-3   IV-4  
Session IV Civil Society Movements in Russia and East-Central Europe Rising China and India, Easternising Russia ― An Emerging Geopolitics Migrants and Home across Border in Central Asia Politics Came before Everything? : The Russo-Japanese Economic Relations in the First Half of the Twentieth Century
 11:30 am-1:15 pm V-1   V-2   V-3   V-4   V-5   V-6
Session V Holding a Complex Empire “One and Indivisible”: Russian Society in the Early Twentieth Century Cooperation and Development in Northeast Asia on the Background of Russia’s Strategic Shift to the East Central Asian Society Today The Old Believers in Manchuria Force of Cultural Values in Russian Literature How Russia Is Studied in Its Neighbors? -Heilongjiang, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, and Taiwan
2:45-4:30 pm   VI-1   VI-2   VI-3   VI-4   VI-5
Session VI Troubled Waters: Environmental Perspectives on the Siberian Rivers Diversion Project (Sibaral), the Danube River, and the Aral Sea Regime Dynamics in Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus Eurasia: A Continent of Migration Repression and the Fate of Soviet Intelligentsia Teaching Russian Language and Culture
 4:45-6:30 pm VII-1   VII-2   VII-3   VII-4   VII-5   VII-6
Session VII Between Anti-Imperialism and Imperial Legacy: The Bolsheviks’ Involvement in the Middle East Languages and Politics Institutions and Elites in the USSR and Russia Russian Society Today Soviet Literature and Culture Uneasy Coexistence: Russia and Its Neighbors
6:45-7:15 pm Closing Session
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