제1부 [10:20-12:30] 제국과 식민의 공간 그리고 이동 : 아시아 민족들의 이동과 균열의 역선들사회 : 김예림(연세대)발표1 ‘동아’ 트로우마 : 민족들의 혼거와 적대의 구성 ㅣ유선영(성공회대 )발표2 제국의 기반을 구축하라:식민지 조선의 이주 중국인 노동자ㅣ마이클 김(연세대)발표3 내지의 조선인, 갈등하는 민족주의와 지방주의 ㅣ차승기(성공회대)토론 윤휘탁(한경대) / 동선희(청암대)점심(12:30-14:00)제2부 [14:00-17:30] 탈/냉전 아시아의 문화이동과 중국사회 : 박자영(협성대)발표1 중일 인민연대와 탈/냉전 문화이동의 패러독스- <望鄕>과 <追捕>의 중국 수용과정을 중심으로 ㅣ 임우경(성공회대)발표2 ‘중국상상’과 민족주의 : 개방담론과 귀속감을 중심으로ㅣ 김미란(성공회대)발표3 역사를 망각하게 하기 : 중국 베트남국경에서의 탈/냉전 문화정치 ㅣ장쥐앤(싱가포르국립대)발표4 냉전의 역사를 담은 노래-이데올로기의 경계를 넘은 덩리쥔현상, 書寫冷戰歷史的歌聲─穿越意識型態疆界的鄧麗君現象 ㅣ 쩡전칭(???, 홍콩대)(16:30-16:45 중간휴식)토론 백지운(연세대)/ 김진환(건국대)4.21(토) 전체진행: 차승기제3부 [10:20~11:40] 탈북자, 경계지역 그리고 재현된 기억사회 : 박경태(성공회대)발표1 경험되는 경계 지역과 이동 경로: 북한이탈주민의 경계 넘기 혹은 경계 만들기ㅣ 김성경(성공회대)발표2 협상과 치유 : 탈북자정체성과 서사 ㅣ 오영숙(성공회대)토론 이희영(대구대)11:40-13:00 점심 제4부 [13:00-16:30] 귀환인가 순환인가? : ‘동포’를 둘러싼 경계의 탈구성과 성원권의 재구성사회 : 권혁태(성공회대)발표1 '광역두만강 과경(跨境) 권역의 변환과 복수의 코리안들의 이동성 ㅣ 신현준(성공회대)발표2 정체성의 재발견과 이산자의 이동성: 중앙아시아 및 사할린 고려사람들의 극동 러시아와 남한으로의 귀환 이주ㅣ이고리 사베리에프(나고야대학) 발표3 낯선 귀환자에 대한 상상력: '국민'과 '다문화' 사이의 자이니치ㅣ조경희(성공회대)(14:40-14:50 중간휴식)발표4 변화하는 이동, 변하지 않는 경계: 재중동포사회의 지위분화와 한국인식ㅣ이정은(성공회대)발표5 조선족 초국적 역이주(return migration)와 포스트국민국가적 규제장치 ㅣ윤영도 (성공회대) 토론 박우(한성대) / 성동기(인하대)/ 한혜인(건국대)16:30-16:40 휴식 제5부 [16:40-18:00] 이동의 아시아: 제국, 냉전, 분단체제의 경계들과 이동” 연구의 이론적 전망사회 : 유선영(성공회대)발표 ‘文流’와 ‘人流 , 아시아에서 ‘이동’의 문화정치학 l 백원담(성공회대 동아시아연구소 소장)종합토론2012 International ConferenceAsia in Mobility: Practicing mobility within/between Empire, Cold-War regime and Division system and Construction of Ethnic Spaces in AsiaStatement Asia in our discussion represents not a solid but a relative and relational place generated and created by the vectors of mobility. From the mid nineteenth century to the present, globalizing impetus, following the trajectory of imperialism, has forged a dependent concept of Asia (or Orient) as the Other vis-à-vis the West. In the meantime, peoples in Asia have been creating new spaces, social and ethnic relations and lieux de memoire while experiencing and practicing otherness of the various boundaries, regimes, places, nation-states and cultures. And these mobility practices of nomad, migration, colonization, border-crossing and deterritorialization have evolved following the vectors of mobility within a constellation of histories of capitalism, war, labor, and colonization. This new conceptualization of Asia, constructed through the transnational flows that transcend the cultural, ideological, national and ethnic boundaries as well as post /Cold War div! isions, is now opening up multiple but ambiguous spaces for inter-Asian cultural and political practices.What is at stake is, then, how transcultural practices of the returning migrants through the axes of mobility - whose historical origin is the imperialistic, (post) Cold War and globalizing drive and regulation, can transform Asia into a more democratic and ethical space of every day lives beyond the regional and national boundaries. From the perspective of experiences, perceptions and spatial practices of the mobile subjects, Asia can be broken down into multiple and relative spaces constantly being re-appropriated by the subjects. For example, to the North Korean defectors crossing the border between the North Korea and China , South Korea is not an adjacent nation but a faraway destination that can be reached only through a detouring journey via China, Mongolia, Laos and the USA.This transnational mobile subject includes ethnic minorities, migrants, undocumented sojouner, return migrants and people of the ex-colonies who are supposed to position themselves as the others and thus make Asia a relative place.To these others being caught somewhere betwixt and between places of Asia – particularly when they are mobilized in a different context from that of cosmopolitan experiences at the metropolis in this globalizing era - Asia represents not a solid and holistic concept but flexible, ambiguous and multiple spaces.Paying attention to spatial relationality of what is presumably called “Asia”, SungKongHoe University Humanities Korea Project that has been organized by Institute for East Asian Studies and sponsored by the Korea Research Foundation attempts to historicize mobility in Asia and thus construe a new imagination of inter-Asianness. Date: April 20-21 (Fri –Sat), 2012Venue: M 301, Michael Hall, SungKongHoe University, Seoul, Korea Organized by Institute for East Asia Studies, SungKongHoe University, KoreaHosted by SungKongHoe University Humanities Korea (HK) Project, Korea Sponsored by National Research Foundation , Korea / SungKongHoe University, KoreaContact : 82-2-2610-4720 /firstname.lastname@example.org / Mira YOONApril 20 (Fri), 2012 [10:00 – 10:20] Greeting Speech: Kwonsok YANG ( President, SungKongHoe UniversityOpening Remark: Wondam PAIK (Director, Institute for East Asian Studies, SungKongHoe University)Panel I [10:20 – 12:30] Migrating on the spaces of Empire: Historicizing ruptures among mobile ethnics in Asia Moderator: Yerim KIM (Yonsei University, Korea)PresentationI ‘Tong-A’ 東亞 Trauma: Constituting ruptures among concomitant ethnics in ManchuriaㅣSunyong YOO (SungKongHoe University, Korea)PresentationII Chinese Migrant Laborers in Colonial KoreaㅣMichael KIM (Yonsei University, USA)PresentationIII A Showdown between Nationalism and Provincialism: the Koreans in the NaichㅣSungki CHA (SungKongHoe University, Korea)Discussant Hwy Tak YOON (Hankyong National University, Korea)Sunny DONG (Cheongam University, Korea)12:30-14:00 Lunch Panel II [14:00 – 17:30] Cultural Mobility and China in the Post /Cold War eraModerator: Jayoung PARK (Hyupsung University, Korea)PresentationI The Solidarity of Chinese and Japanese People and the Post/Cold War Cultural Mobility ㅣWookyung IM (SungKongHoe University, Korea)PresentationII ‘Imagination of China’ and Taiwanese Nationalism in the Post-Cold War Period : The Opening of Cross-Strait Relations and the Impact on Scene of Belonging ㅣMiran KIM(SungKongHoe University, Korea)PresentationIII Making History Forget: Post/Cold War Cultural Politics in the China-Vietnam Frontierㅣ Juan ZHANG (National University of Singapore, Singapore)PresentationIV Songs of Reflection and the Reminiscence of Post Cold War History: A Phenomenon Transcending the Ideological Divisions ㅣZhenqing ZHENG (Hong Kong University, Hong Kong)16:30-16:45 Coffee Break 16:45-17:30Discussant Jiwoon BAIK (Yonsei University)/ Jinhwan KIM (Konkuk University, Korea)April 21(Sat), 2012Panel III [10:20~11:40]North Korean Border-crosser, Borderland, and Represented MemoryModerator: Kyungtae PARK (SungKongHoe University, Korea),PresentationI Experiencing Borders and Routes of Mobility: ‘Border Crossing’ or ‘Border Making’ in the case of North Korean border-crossers ㅣSungkyung KIM (SungKongHoe University, Korea)PresentationII Negotiation and Healing : Narratives and Identity of North Korean Defectors ㅣYoungsook OH (SungKongHoe University, Korea)Discussant Heeyoung YI (Daegu University, Korea)11:40-13:00 Lunch Panel IV [13:00 – 16:30] Returned or Circled?: De-Bordering/Re-Bordering of “Overseas Koreans” and the Reconstruction of the MembershipModerator: Heoktae KWON (SungKongHoe University, Korea)PresentationI The Evolution of Greater Tumen Transborder Region and the Mobility of Multiple KoreansㅣHyunjoon SHIN (SungKongHoe University, Korea)PresentationII The Rediscovery of Identity and the Diasporians' Mobility: The Return Migration of Central Asian and Sakhalin Koreans to the Russian Far East and South KoreaㅣIgor Saveliev (Nagoya University, Japan)PresentationIII Imagination for Unfamiliar Returnee : Zainichi (Korean-Japanese) inbetween 'National' and 'Multicultural' ㅣKyeonghee CHO (SungKongHoe University, Korea)PresentationIV Changing Mobility, Unchanging Border: Differentiation of Social Status and Perception of the Korean-Chinese Community in South Koreaㅣ Jeongeun Lee (SungKongHoe University, Korea)(14:40-14:50 Intermission) PresentationV Transnational Return Migration of Joseonjok(Chaoxianzu) and the Post-national Regulatory ApparatusㅣYoungdo YUN (SungKongHoe University, Korea)Discussant You PIAO (HanSung University)/ Dongki SUNG (Inha University, Korea)Hyein HAN (Konkuk University, Korea)16:30-16:45 Coffee Break Panel V [16:45 – 18:00] Preliminary Remark Asia in Mobility: The Boundaries and Mobility of Empire, the Cold War, and the Division SystemModerator: Sunyoung Yoo (SungKongHoe University, Korea)PresentationI Cultural Flow and Human Flow: Cultural Politics of Mobility in AsiaWondam PAIK (SungKongHoe University, Korea)Wrap-up discussion with panelists and discussants is to be followed.