International Symposium 2002: 'Asia in Transition: Representation and Identity'
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This leaflet brings forth the aim of the symposium as well as provides a programme schedule which is as follows:
Session I: 'The Idea of Asia and Modernity';
Session II: 'Asia that is Exhibited / Asia that is not Exhibited'
Session III: 'Asia that is Represented / Asia that is not Represented';
Plenary Session: 'What is Asia?: Transforming Cultures'.
Participating speakers include: Sakai Naoki, Mizusawa Tsutomu, Koizumi Shinya, Wang Hui, Goenawan Mohamad, Yoshimi Shunya, Tony Bennett, Tatehata Akira, Lee Yong Woo, David Elliott, Anmol Vellani & Rey Chow.
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2002

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