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Rise of anti-migration movements, jingoism and racism in Asia

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 10/09/2014
2:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Location
ACJC Seminar rooms, Building H, 8th floor (H8.06)

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Trans-Asia as method seminar series

Rise of anti-migration movements, jingoism and racism in Asia

AntiRacism2-4:30pm, 10 September 2014

 Venue: Room Building H, 8th floor (H8.06), Monash University Caulfield campus

 Moderators/Speakers:

  Prof. Greg Barton (Herb Feith Research Professor for the Study of Indonesia))

  Associate Prof. Gil-Soo Han (School of Media, Film and Journalism)

  Prof. Koichi Iwabuchi (Monash Asia Institute)

We have been observing the rise of anti-migration sentiment, jingoism and racist   attacks in many parts of the world. Asia is no exception. Many citizens actively   protest against such movements, but how to tackle with them is rather an  imperative matter. Examining the cases in Indonesia, South Korea and Japan, this   brainstorming seminar will discuss this emerging trans-Asian phenomenon and   explore the possibility of organizing a collaborative research project.

Light refreshment will be provided.  RSVP (by 5 September) to: halina.bluzer@monash.edu

Download Flyer: TransAsia_10 Sep_Anti Migration