International Seminar “Racialization: Multiple Modalities of (In)Visibility” was held at Campus Plaza Kyoto.
International Seminar “Racialization: Multiple Modalities of (In)Visibility”
Date: November 16, 2019 (Sat) 13:30-17:00
Location: Campus Plaza Kyoto, Conference Room 1 (2nd floor) (across from Bic Camera JR Kyoto Station)
Participation is free. No registration required.
Sponsored by: Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (S) “Integrated Research into the Processes and Mechanisms of Racialization,” & Collaborative Research “Chain Reactions and Transformations in the Meanings of Racism in Asia,” Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, Japan.
- Opening remarks [13:30-13:40]
Yasuko Takezawa (Kyoto University)
- Lecture 1 [13:40-14:10]
Angéla Kóczé (Central European University)
Invisible Racialization of Roma: Articulation, Oppression, and Structural Violence
- Lecture 2 [14:10-14:40]
Sharmani Patricia Gabriel (University of Malaya)
“Race”, Racialization, and Multiracialism in Contemporary Malaysia: Toward Post-Racial Futures?
- Lecture 3 [14:40-15:10]
Faye V. Harrison (University of Illinois, ex-president of the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (IUAES))
The International Decade for People of African Descent (2015-2024): A Transnational Terrain for Antiracist Affirmations that Black Lives Matter
- Break [15:10-15:25]
- Comment 1 [15:25-15:40]
Lyle De Souza (Kyoto University)
- Comment 2 [15:40-15:55]
Akio Tanabe (University of Tokyo)
- Discussion [15:55-17:00]
- Dinner party [17:30-19:30]
Chairperson: Yu Tokunaga (Kyoto University)