シンガポールのセミナー

シンガポール国立大学(NUS)アジア研究所(ARI)にて、下記のとおりセミナーを開催いたします。ARI研究員やNUS東南アジア学科のメンバーらとの研究交流も意図しています。当日、近くにおられましたらどうぞご参加ください(長津一史・東洋大学)。

[ARI Cluster Seminar]
Religionization at Margins in Insular Southeast Asia: Introducing Recent Southeast Asian Studies in Japan Date : 20 Mar 2018 Time : 10:30 - 13:00 Venue : Asia Research Institute, Seminar Room, AS8 Level 4, 10 Kent Ridge Crescent, Singapore 119260, National University of Singapore @ KRC

https://ari.nus.edu.sg/Event/Detail/4b0bd8a7-7066-41db-ab99-321b0809d947

***PRESENTATIONS***
Islamization Compared: The Cases of the Bajau in Sabah, Malaysia and Eastern Indonesia
Kazufumi Nagatsu. Toyo University, Japan, and National University of Singapore

To Become “Christian Bajau”: The Sama Dilaut’s Conversion to Pentecostal Christianity in Davao City, Philippines, 1997-2005
Waka Aoyama. University of Tokyo, Japan

Islam and “Bissu” among the Bugis, in South Sulawesi
Makoto Ito. Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan

***COMMENTARY REMARKS***
Leonard Y. Andaya. University of Hawaii, USA, and National University of Singapore

***ABSTRACT***
This seminar aims at introducing recent Southeast Asian studies in Japan focusing on the religionization of marginalized peoples, such as minorities or peoples in the peripheries in Insular Southeast Asia. In the last few decades, the national religious authorities have shaped public affairs and deeply intervened in the every-day religious lives in Malaysia and Indonesia, while global non-governmental missionaries have extended their outreach activities to the least visited communities in the Philippines and Indonesia. Experiencing these modern religionization process, religious life of the marginalized peoples has changed more drastically than that of the mainstream societies. The reason is that the religious order of the modern nation-states or global missionaries is configured on the basis of the ideals, values and concepts of the mainstream societies which are often far different from those of the marginalized peoples. How have such marginalized peoples reorganized their religious lives in the religionization process? This general question will be addressed in the following three presentations in this seminar: Islamization of the Bajau in Sabah, Malaysia and eastern Indonesia; Christianization of the Sama Dilaut/Bajau in Mindanao, the Philippines; and cultural reorientation of “Bissu” or androgynous priests among the Bugis, in South Sulawesi, Indonesia.

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The seminar is jointly organized by Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore; International Program of Collaborative Research-CSEAS, Kyoto University; JSPS KAKENHI Grant Number 17K18533; and Asian Cultures Research Institute, Toyo University.
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