Konferenz in Kōbe – „Transition als Paradigma der Weltgesellschaft im 21. Jahrhundert“

 

Transition – A Paradigm of World Society in the 21st Century

German-Japanese Symposium of Kobe Universty 

in Cooperation with Trier University 

and DFG-Center of Advanced Studies FOR 2603: Poetry in Transition

16 Oct.-17 Oct. 2019, Kobe University

Wednesday, 16 Oct.

Opening

Moderation:

Prof. Dr. Hiroko Masumoto, Vice President of Kobe University

10:00-10:15   

Prof. Dr. Hiroshi Takeda, President of Kobe University

10:15-10:25    

Prof. Dr. Michael Jäckel, President of Trier University

10:25-10:30

Prof. Dr. Henrieke Stahl, Trier University, Project Leader of DFG-Center of Advanced Studies FOR 2603

10:30-11:00     Keynote:

Prof. Dr. Michael Jäckel (Sociology), President of Trier University: Leading and Responding – Universities and the »Digital Turn«

11:10-13:10     I. International Economic Preferences and Behaviour

Moderation:

Prof. Dr. Masahiko Yoshii (Economics, Kobe, Executive Vice President): Cultural Differences of Economic Behaviours  between Japan and Europe

Prof. Dr. Marc Rieger (Economics, Trier): Nationalism and Economic Preferences among Students in Europe and East Asia

Dr. Sumit Deole (Economics, Trier): How do new immigration flows affect existing immigrants?

Prof. Yunfang Hu (Economics, Kobe): Cultural Difference and Trade Patterns

13:10-14:30     Lunch Break

14:30-17:00     II. Inter- and Transnationality

Moderation: 

Prof. Dr. Martin Heidenreich (Sociology, Oldenburg): Europe between economic integration and socio-cultural fragmentation. The example of southern and eastern European peripheries

Prof. em. Dr. Kiyomitsu Yui (Sociology, Kobe): Cosmopolitan Vision and / or  Clash of   Civilizations : In Relation to East Asian Community(?)and EU

Prof. Dr. Manuel Fröhlich (Political Science, Trier): Humanity, humankind and the international community

Prof. Dr. Noriyuki Inoue (Law, Kobe): Constitutionalism beyond national-boarder as the universal value

17:30-19:00     Dinner Reception

 

Thursday, 17 Oct.

10:00-12:30     III. Lyric and Society 

Moderation:

Prof. Dr. Henrieke Stahl

Prof. Dr. Rüdiger Zymner (Comparative Literature, Wuppertal): Lyric in social fields and in the world

Prof. Dr. Andreas Regelsberger (Japanese Studies, Trier):

Prof. Dr. Christian Soffel (Chinese Studies, Trier): Ritual, Performance and Ideology: Transition Paradigms of Early Classical Chinese Shi Poetry in the 21st Century

Prof. Dr. Hiroko Masumoto (German Literature, Kobe): Poems as Stones: Ryoichi Wago and Yoko Tawada

12:30-13:30     Lunch Break

13:30-17:00     IV. Nature and Anthropocene

Moderation:

Prof. Dr. Heike Paul (American Studies, Erlangen-Nürnberg): Surviving Katrina: Disaster and the Afro-Pessimist Imaginary

Prof. Dr. Lore Hühn (Philosophy, Freiburg): The discourse about the Anthropocene. A new philosophy of nature in the 21st century?

Prof. Dr. Antje Bruns (Geography, Trier): Societal Relations to Nature in the Anthropocene – Transitions and Transformations

Prof. em. Dr. Nobuo Kazashi (Philosophy, Kobe): In Search of „Human Milieu“ Lost: Reflections on the Kyoto School Philosophers’ Itineraries between Nishida and Heidegger

Prof. Dr. Henrieke Stahl (Slavic Studies, Trier): Metaphysics of Nature in Contemporary Poetry

Assoc. Prof. Yuho Hisayama (German Literature and Philosophy, Kobe): Self-Consciousness and ki: Reading H. v. Kleist from an East Asian Perspective.

17:00-17:10     Closing

Prof. Dr. Hiroko Masumoto, Kobe University

Prof. Dr. Henrieke Stahl, Trier Uniersity

 

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