Each panel is linked to a short description of the panel and a Pdf presentation of paper abstracts.
Critical Approaches to Southeast Asian Regionalism
Convenor: Dr Lee Jones, Lecturer in International Relations, Queen Mary University of London, UK
Managing Social Relationships in Southeast Asia: Friendships, Business Contacts, and Support Networks
Conveners: Dr. Kirsten W. Endres, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle (Saale), and Eric Heuser, University of Freiburg
Impacts of Tourism in the Greater Mekong Sub-region
Convenor: Dr Katherine Brickell, British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Geography, University of London.
Animism in Southeast Asia: Persistence, Transformation and Renewal
Convenors: Prof. Kaj Århem, Institute of Global Studies, University of Gothenburg and Prof. Guido Sprenger, Westfälische Wilhelm-Universität, Munster.
Finding Solution for Urban Spatial Conflict
Convenor: Joko Adianto, Jakarta
The Banalities and Intimacies of Power in Laos: New Perspectives on State and Society
Convenors: Pierre Petit, Universite Libre de Bruxelles and Holly High, The University of Sydney.
Tradition, Identity and History-making in Eastern Indonesia
Convenor: Dr Hans Hägerdal, School of Humanities, Växjö University
Material Culture and Memory
Convenor: Dr. Fiona Kerlogue, Curator of Asian Anthropology, Horniman Museum, London.
Shifting Cultures of Intimacy in Southeast Asian Visual Representation
Convenors: Dr. Brett Farmer, Senior Lecturer, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok and Dr Arnika Fuhrmann, Institute for Cultural Inquiry, Berlin
Symbolic Capital: Southeast Asian Cities and Museums as Nation-building Sites
Convenor: Dr. Claire Sutherland, University of Durham.
Democratisation and Migration in Southeast Asia
Convenor: Stefan Rother, Arnold Bergstrasser Institute, Freiburg
Eastern Indonesia under Reform: New Topics, New Approaches
Convenors: Dr. Birgit Bräuchler, University of Frankfurt and Maribeth Erb, National University of Singapore
Lessons from Aceh: post-conflict developments re-assessed
Convenors: Antje Missbach, Australian National University, and Gunnar Stange, Goethe-University, Frankfurt.
Victims, Survivors, Mourners, Re-constructors: Souttheast Asian Responses to Massive Social Destruction
Convenors: Anne Guillou, Chargee de recherché, CASE, CNRS, Paris and Silvia Vignato Ricercatrice, Universita di Milano-Bicocca, Milano
Party Politics in Southeast Asia: Theoretical and Comparative Dimensions
Convenors: Dr Dirk Tomsa, School of Asian Languages and Studies, university of Tasmania and Dr Andreas Ufen, Institute of Asian Studies, Hamburg.
Culture Wars: Contemporary Art, Music and Media in Hanoi, Vietnam
Convenor: Nora Taylor, School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Magic and Buddhism in Southeast Asia: A Critical Reassessment of the Field
Convenor: Dr. Justin McDaniel
Legal Consciousness and Access to Justice in Southeast Asia
Convenors: Laurens Bakker, Radboud University, Nijmegen and Adriaan Bedner, Leiden University
Agricultural Transformation in Southeast Asia in a Comparative Perspective
Convenor: Tobias Axelsson, Department of Economic history, Lund University.
Theory of Southeast Asian Studies at EuroSEAS 2010
Convenor: Prof Vincent Houben, Southeast Asian History and Science, Humboldt University, Berlin.
Towards an East Asian Community
Convenor: Prof Paul Close, Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS), Kyoto University
Coping with Climate Change in Southeast Asia
Convenors: Pamela McElwee, Arizona State University and Nghiem Phuong Tuyen, Vietnam National University
Whither Democracy? Indonesia in Comparative and Historical Perspective
Convenors: Prof Olle Törnquist, University of Oslo and Gerry van Klinken, KITLV, Leiden.
Two Publishing Panels
Convenors: Marie Lenstrup and Gerald Jackson, NIAS Press, Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS), Copenhagen
The Politics of Natural Resource Extraction in Southeast Asia
Convenor: Jojo Nem Singh
ZOMIA AND BEYOND.TAKES ON A HIGHLAND TRANSNATIONAL SPACE.
Convenor: Jean Michaud, Département d'Anthropologie
Université Laval, Québec City, CANADA
There and back again: When local(ized) knowledges go abroad, and when they
Convenors: Ass. Prof. Jan Ovesen (Jan.Ovesen@antro.uu.se) Department of Cultural Anthropology and Ethnology, Uppsala University, and Eren Zink (firstname.lastname@example.org), Department of Cultural Anthropology and Ethnology, Uppsala University.
Islam in the Modern Malay World: Competing visions, conflicting pasts
Convenor: Dr Gerhard Hoffstaedter, research Fellow, Institute for Human Security, La Trobe University, Australia
Governance of Borderlands and the Resilience of Ethnic Minority Trade Networks in the Golden Economic Quadrangle
Convenors: Janet Sturgeon, Simon Fraser University, Yayoi Fujita Lagerqvist, University of Chicago and Olivier Ducourtieux, Agro Paris Tech.
Islamic Daily Practices and Popular Culture in Southeast Asia
Convenors: Susanne Schröter, Goethe University Frankfurt a.M., SuSchroet@aol.com
Susanne Rodemeier, Goethe University Frankfurt a.M., email@example.com
The Micro-politics of State-making in Southeast Asia
Convenor: Upik Djalins, Development Sociology, Cornell University
Maritime Security in Southeast Asia: Old Rivalries, New Challenges
Convenor: Associate professor, Stefan Eklöf Amirell, Swedish Institute of International Affairs (SIIA), Stockholm, Sweden.
Modes of Engagement: Meeting the Challenges of a new ASEAN
Convenor: Karl Ian Cheng Chua, School of Social Science, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo
Haunted Landscapes and Ambiguous Memories: Interactions with the Past in Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia
Convenors: Dr Oliver Tappe, Research Fellow, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle and Dr Vatthana Pholsena, Research Fellow, Institute d’Asie Orientale, Lyon
Popular Literatures of Southeast Asia
Convenors: Dr. Mulaika Hijjas, British Academy Postdoctoral fellow, Dep. Of the Languages and Cultures of Southeast Asia, School of Oriental and African Studies, London and Dr Patricia May B. Jurilla, Ass. Prof., Dep of English and Comparative Literature the University of the Philippines, Diliman.
Religious Dimensions to Southeast Asian Conflicts
Convenor: Michael Jerryson, Dept of Religious Studies, Uc Santa Barbara
Perspectives of Security Sector Reform in Southeast Asia
Convenor: Dr Felix Heiduk, German Insitute for International and Security Affairs, Berlin
Translation, Culture and Politics. East-Timor still weaving across-roots
Convenor: Paulo Castro Seixas, Universidade Fernando Pessoa – Porto
Security and Gender in Southeast Asia today
Convenors: Alexandra Kent (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Helle Rydström (Helle.Rystrom@genus.lu.se)
Environmental Change, Uncertainty and the Adaptation of Local Knowledge Systems
Dr. Anna-Katharina Hornidge (Center for Development Research, University of Bonn, Germany), Mail: Hornidge@uni-bonn.de
Prof. Dr. Christoph Antweiler (Department of Oriental and Asian Studies, Division for Southeast Asian Studies, University of Bonn, Germany), Mail: email@example.com
New Insights into Human-Environment Histories in SE Asia
Convenors: Dr. Monica Janowski (Sussex), M.Janowski@sussex.ac.uk and Dr. Chris (Queens Hunt Belfast), firstname.lastname@example.org
Notions of Independence in Southeast Asian Cinemas
Convenor: Prof. Eloisa May P. Hernandez, Department of Art Studies, University of the Philippines