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A Reflection of Anthropological Studies on Population Movements: Focusing on Women Experiences as an Interface and “Diasporic Space” in Southeast Aisan “Chinese Communities.”

A Reflection of Anthropological Studies on Population Movements: Focusing on Women Experiences as an Interface and “Diasporic Space” in Southeast Aisan “Chinese Communities.”

Keywords

  • Intermarriage
  • Reproduction
  • Creolization
  • Diasporic Space
  • Population Mobility

Areas

  • Studies on Chinese Overseas
  • Southeast Asia
  • China

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About the Project

Project term: April, 2014–March, 2017

In this research project, we examine women’s experiences around male migration in the scope of “Diasporic Space,” in which population movements can be interpreted politically. Then this project will examine the invention and negotiation of identity and physical body, and the space where the incarnation is processed. Through these analyses, we will discuss the post-colonial view on Chinese migrants between settlements and movements, then, Sinicization and Creolization.

Gyo MIYAHARA, Project Coordinator (Osaka University)

Members

Coordinator

  • Gyo MIYAHARA (Osaka University)

ILCAA Staff

  • Ikuya TOKORO

Joint Researchers

  • Hironao KAWAI
  • Liulan Wang
  • Mizuka KIMURA
  • Sachiko YOKOTA
  • Tatsuki KATAOKA
  • Tetsu ICHIKAWA
  • Yuji NAKANISHI
  • Yuko MIO

Outputs

Meetings

The 7th meeting Report (Japanese, English)(115KB)

  • Date/Time: 26 February 2017 (Sun.) 13:30–19:00
  • Venue: Room 301, ILCAA
  • Languages: English, Chinese and Japanese
  • This project aims to examine how Chinese population movements transform, or ”give a format” the ecological and social environments both in the host societies in Southeast Asia and hometown in China, focusing on women's experiences, which were mostly subardinate to male migrations. This workshop is the 2nd workshop in this academic year, in which we will have the following presentations:
    Ao Mengling(Osaka University)
    ”The Ethnic Chinese Women in the Philippines: Changes in the Family Role and Social Role.”
    Ngyten Thanh Ha(Hiroshima University)
    “How Ming Hong view their history?: An Analysis of Geneology.”
    Gyo MIYAHARA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Osaka University)
    “Major Findings of This Project.”

The 6th meeting Report (Japanese)(1.8MB)

  • Date/Time: 23 October 2016 (Sun.) 14:30–19:00
  • Venue: Room 805, ILCAA
  • Languages: English, Chinese and Japanese
  • This project aims to examine how Chinese population movements transform, or “give a format” the ecological and social environments both in the host societies in Southeast Asia and hometown in China, focusing on women’s experiences, which were mostly subardinate to male migrations. This workshop is the 1st workshop in this academic year, in which we will invite all participants to share the findings of resaerches last year.

The 5th meeting

  • Date/Time: 5 December 2015 (Sat.) 13:00-19:00
  • Venue: Room 301, ILCAA
  • This project aims to examine how Chinese population movements transform, or “give a format” the ecological and social environments both in the host societies in Southeast Asia and hometown in China, focusing on women’s experiences, which were mostly subordinate to male migrations. This workshop is the 2nd workshop in this academic year, in which we will invite Dr Hironao Kawai, and he will provide us what he can discuss on this topic based on his field research.

The 4th meeting

  • Date/Time: 28 June 2015 (Sun.) 13:30-19:00
  • Venue: Room 302, ILCAA
  • Languages: English, Chinese and Japanese
  • This project aims to examine how Chinese population movements transform, or “give a format” the ecological and social environments both in the host societies in Southeast Asia and hometown in China, focusing on women’s experiences, which were mostly subardinate to male migrations. This workshop is the 1st workshop in this academic year, in which we will invite Prof Zhu Dongqin, and she will provide us what she can discuss on this topic based on her field research in the Philippines. The title of her presentation is “The Status quo, Problems and Perspective of the Filipino-Chinese Organizations.” We will also have a preparatory discussion for the panel organized by this project for WCILCOS, which will be held in Huaqiao University, on Oct.18.

  • Zhu Dongqin (ILCAA Visiting Associate Professor)
    “The Status quo, Problems and Perspective of the Filipino-Chinese Organizations.”
    All members
    Discussion for the panel organized by this project for WCILCOS, which will be held in Huaqiao University, on Oct.18.

The 3rd meeting

  • Date/Time: 14 February 2015 (Sat.) 13:30-19:00
  • Venue: Global Collaboration Center STUDIO, Toyonaka Campus (1-16 Machikaneyama, Toyonaka, Osaka 560-0043)
  • Language: Japanese
  • This project aims to examine how Chinese population movements transform, or “give a format” the ecological and social environments both in the host societies in Southeast Asia and hometown in China, focusing on women’s experiences, which were mostly subardinate to male migrations. This workshop is the 3 rd workshop of this project, in which we will invite Ms Nguyen Thanh Ha, and she will provide us what she can disucss on this topic based on her field research in Vietnam. The title of her presentation is “Anthropological Research on Cultural Heritages in Multi-ethnic Nation, Vietnam: Through the Case Study in Hoi An.” Presenter: Nguyen Thi Thanh Ha Hiroshima University, Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences

  • Nguyen Thi Thanh Ha (Hiroshima University, Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences)
    “Anthropological Research on Cultural Heritages in Multi-ethnic Nation, Vietnam: Through the Case Study in Hoi An.”

The 2nd meeting Report (Japanese)(81KB)

  • Date/Time: 22 November 2014 (Sat.) 13:30-17:30
  • Venue: Hongo Satellite 7F
  • Language: Japanese
  • This project aims to examine how Chinese population movements transform, or “give a format” the ecological and social environments both in the host societies in Southeast Asia and hometown in China, focusing on women’s experiences, which were mostly subardinate to male migrations. In this workshop, Prof. Tatsuki Kataoka will make a field report on “The Tombstone of Baba Chinese in Thaland: Cases from Bangkok and Phuket.” Also in the latter part of workshop, we will discuss the panel organization for IUAES conference at Bngkok, 2015, and a joint research in Vietnam.

  • Tatsuki KATAOKA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Kyoto University)
    “The Tombstone of Baba Chinese in Thaland: Cases from Bangkok and Phuket.”
    All members
    Discussion

The 1st meeting

  • “Diasporic Space” and “Chinese Exchange”: Discussion on the Conceptual Framework of this Study.
  • Date/Time: 5 July 2014 (Sat.) 13:00-17:30, 6 July 2014 (Sun.) 10:00-12:00
  • Venue: Hongo Satellite 4F
  • Language: Japanese
  • This project aims to eamine how Chinese population movements transform, or “give a format” the ecological and social environments both in the host societies in Southeast Asia and hometown in China, focusing on women’s experiences, which were mostly subardinate to male migrations. Following this purpose of the project, this workshop will discuss 1) the conceptural and methodological framework of this project, 2) the preliminary findings of each research in Southeast Asia, and 3) possible hypotheses for further researches.

  • 5 July “Diasporic Space”: A Conceptual Consideration
  • Gyo MIYAHARA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Osaka University)
    “Mobile Bodies and Space.”
    Report(Japanese)(167KB)
    Tetsu ICHIKAWA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, St. Paul University)
    “A Discussion on Diasporic Space: Form a Viewpoint of Intermarriage and the Environmental Processing (1).”
    Report(Japanese)(63KB)
  • 6 July “Chinese Exchange”: A Definition and Methodological Framework
  • Tetsu ICHIKAWA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, St. Paul University)
    “A Discussion on Diasporic Space: Form a Viewpoint of Intermarriage and the Environmental Processing (2).”
    Report(Japanese)(66KB)
    Gyo MIYAHARA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Osaka University)
    “Chinese Exchange”: Definition and Issues.”
    Report(Japanese)(453KB)
    All members
    Preliminary Findings in Fieldworks in Southeast Asia

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