Religious Pluralism in Asia: Engagements, Disengagements, Activisms [26-27/11/2015]

[ndlr] Colloque organisé par le CERI (Centre de Recherches Internationales de Sciences Po Paris) 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’Université Paris Diderot-Cessma et l’Inalco-ASIE

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)

Discussant: 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)

Discussant: 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: Junliang Pan (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)

Au vu des consignes de sécurité strictes maintenues à Sciences Po, la conférence aura finalement lieu:
Pour le jeudi 26/11, Salon d’Honneur, INALCO, 2 rue de Lille, 75007 Paris
Pour le vendredi 27/11, Salle des Plaques, INALCO, 2 rue de Lille, 75007 Paris