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



Citer ce billet
indomemoires (2015, 24 novembre). Religious Pluralism in Asia: Engagements, Disengagements, Activisms [26-27/11/2015]. Mémoires d'Indochine. Consulté le 20 mai 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/q5ik