Sciences Po-CERI: Religious Pluralism in Asia: Engagements, Disengagements, Activisms 26-27 Novembre 2015

Jeudi 26 novembre | 9h00

Dans le cadre du cycle de séminaires « Les enjeux du pluralisme religieux en Asie » du programme Sociétés plurielles (Université Sorbonne-Paris-Cité)

En partenariat avec l’Inalco-ASIEs et l’Université Paris Diderot-Cessma

Thursday 26th November

 

9:00 Introduction

David Camroux, Sciences Po-CERI

Claire Tran Thi Lien, Université Paris Diderot-Cessma

Ji Zhe, Inalco-ASIEs

9:30 Religious Thought, Religiosity and Engagement

Chair: Kathy Rousselet, Sciences Po-CERI


Discusant: Remy Madinier, Centre Asie du Sud-Est, CNRS

Gwenael Njoto-Feillard, Centre Asie du Sud-Est, CNRS

The Marketization of Indonesian Islam and the Inclusion-Moderation Thesis

Hilman Latief, Universitas Muhammadiyah, Yogyakarta
Islamic Modernism and Humanitarian Activism in Indonesia: Local Dynamics and International Engagement of the Muhammadiyah Movement

Iselin Frydenlund, Peace Research Institute, Oslo / Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, University of Oslo
The Political Paradoxes of Buddhist Revivalism in Sri Lanka

10:30 Discussion

13:00 Religious Dimensions of (Political) Engagement and Disengagement

Chair: Claire Tran Thi Lien, Université Paris Diderot-Cessma

Discusant: Sébastien Billiou, Université Paris Diderot, Cessma

David Camroux, Sciences Po-CERI
Islam, Insurrection or Irredentism: the Ethno-Religious Dimensions of Enduring Conflict in southern Thailand

Renaud Egreteau
, Woodrow Wilson Centre, Washington DC & Sciences Po-CERI
The Politics of Religion in Myanmar’s New Parliament

Bernardo Brown, National University of Singapore, Asia Research Institute
Sinhalese and Tamil Catholics in Sri Lanka: United by Faith, Divided by War

16:00 Discussion

Friday 27th November

10:00 Religious Activism and Social Engagement

Chair: David Camroux, Sciences Po-CERI

Discussant: Huiyeon Kim, Inalco-AsieS

Ji Zhe, Inalco-AsieS
The Householder Grove and Lay Buddhist Movements in Modern China

Florence Galmiche
,Université Paris Diderot-Cessma
Buddhism, Religious Affiliation and Social Visibility in Contemporary Korea

Jin-Heon Jung
, Max-Planck-Institute, Munich
Ballooning Evangelism: Privatization of Psychological Warfare in the Divided Korea

12:00 Discussion

14.30 Religious Activism and Social Engagement (cont.)

Chair: Pan Juliang, Université Paris Diderot-Cessma

Discussant: Pascal Bourdeaux, GSRL

Jayeel Serrano Cornelio, Ateneo de Manila University
The Social Activism of the Iglesia ni Cristo

Claire Tran Thi Lien,Université Paris Diderot-Cessma
Religion and Social Transformations in Contemporary Vietnam: The Case of Catholics in Ho Chi Minh City

Ke-hsien Huang, National Taiwan University
« Cultural Wars » in Taiwan: Gay Rights Movement, Transnational Conservative Christians, and Confucian Secularism

17:00 Discussion

Responsables scientifiques: David Camroux (Sciences Po-CERI), Claire Tran Thi Lien (Université Paris Diderot, Cessma), Ji Zhe (Inalco, ASIEs)

Sciences Po-CERI: 56, rue Jacob 75006 Paris (salle Jean Monnet)

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