The 3rd Annual Forum, Hakusan Anthropological Society
The workshop is co-organized by Research Project on
"Comparative Area Studies on Maritime Southeast Asia"
Date: February 10, 2010 / 12:30-17:30
Venue: # 402, Hosui-Kaikan, Hakusan Campus, Toyo University
(Address: 1-10-2, Honkomagome, Bunkyo, Tokyoj

The workshop aims at discussing socio-historical dynamics of maritime communities in Southeast Asian peripheries. We expect that it will provide the participants with an academic arena seeking for comparative perspectives on the study of social history of Southeast Asian maritime world/s in which sea oriented societies have been formed and reorganized through the eras of modern- state building as well as globalization. In the workshop the specific reference is given to the Sama- Bajau, a well- known maritime folk who have long maintained communities and networks across the national boundaries in Insular Southeast Asia. Foregrounding advancements in studies on the maritime world/s in Southeast Asia, presentations of the workshop will explore issues and topics essential to understanding the flexible and dynamic natures of the Sama- Bajau maritime communities based on the recent fieldworks. A special lecture will also be presented by a Sama-Bajau intellectual, Mr. Haji Musa Malabong, from Sulu, the Philippines.

12:30-12:40 Welcoming Remarks Prof. MATSUMOTO Seifichi
Faculty of Sociology, Toyo University
12:40-13:00 Introduction: Significance and Perspectives of the Studies on Maritime Folks in Southeast Asia Assoc. Prof. NAGATSU Kazufumi
Faculty of Sociology, Toyo University
13:00-13:30 Attracted by gPovertyh: A Decade with the Bajau in Davao City, the Philippines Assoc. Prof. AOYAMA Waka
Research Faculty of Media and Communication, Hokkaido University
13:30-14:00 Dynamics of Ethnic Relations on the Malaysia-@Philippine Border: A Case of Bangi Islanders Assoc. Prof. JUNAENAH Sulehan
Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
14:00-14:10 Coffee Break  
14:10-14:50 Sea is Our Home: Past, Present and Future of the Maritime Culture of the Sama Dilaut HAJI MUSA S. Malabong
Chief Organizer, Sama Dilaut Cultural and Social Services Association
14:50-15:05 Comments for the Special Speech Prof. TERADA Takefumi
Institute of Asian Cultures, Sophia University
15:05-15:20 Coffee Break  
15:20-15:50 Trepang and Talipan: A Linguistic Perspective on the Social History of Maritime Southeast Asia Assoc. Prof. AKAMINE Jun
Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Nagoya City University
15:50-16:30 VIDEO PRESENTATION: Thirty Years of Maritime World in Southeast Asia MONDEN Osamu
President, Studio UMI Inc.
16:30-16:50 Review and Comments Prof. TACHIMOTO M. Narifumi
Research Institute for Humanity and Nature
16:50-17:30 Discussion

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