Saturday, December 18, 2021

12:30 Sign in to Zoom Rooms
13:00 – 13:05 Opening Remarks HAYASHIDA Hideki (Head of Conference Committee)

【Individual Presentation】 (25 minute presentation, 15 minute chat Q & A, 5 minute intervals)

13:10 – 13:50 Presentation 1 <Session 1A><Session 1B>
13:55 – 14:35 Presentation 2 <Session 1A><Session 1B>

<Session 1A> Moderator: MASE Tomoko (Nanzan University)

Presentation 1 KAKINUMA Mana (Tokyo University, Graduate Student)
Obstacles Waste Pickers Are Facing Under COVID-19 in Comparison with the Situation Under Asian Financial Crisis in 1997: Focusing on the Case in Cirendeu and Other References in Publications
Presentation 2 AZUMA Yoshifumi (Ritsumeikan University)
On the Margin of IoT: Grab and Becak Drivers in Jakarta at a Time of Pandemic

<Session 1B> Moderator: HIROTA Midori (Professional Institute of International Fashion)

Presentation 1 FUKUOKA Madoka(Osaka University)
Indonesian Contemporary Art: Current Situation of Contemporary Dance Scene
Presentation 2 AOKI Sumio
The Dutch East Indies and Japanese: 100 Early Photos/Photo Postcards
14:35 – 14:45 ~~~ Break ~~~

【Symposium】 Moderator: KOIKE Makoto (Momoyama Gakuin University)

14:45 – 17:05  
Between Idealism and Realism:
Dreaming Dreams and Trying to Make Them Come True in Nusantara
Presentation 1 SHIMAGAMI Motoko (Ehime University/ NGO i-i Network)
What Could We Achieve from Students’ Service Learning Program?: Experiences of the Six-University Initiative Japan Indonesia (SUIJI)
Presentation 2 YOSHINO Keiichi (Dari K Co., Ltd.)
The First Decade of Dari K: Looking Back and Looking Ahead
Presentation 3 KATO Tsuyoshi (PT. Wana Subur Lestari/PT. Mayangkara Tanaman Industri)
How to Harmonize the Conservation of Tropical Peatland and Commercial Afforestation: A Trajectory of Twelve Challenging Years in Search of Ideal Solutions in West Kalimantan
Comment FUJII Hirokazu (PT. Toarco Jaya)
17:05 – 17:15 ~~~ Break ~~~

【Lightning Talk】Moderator: ARAI Kenichiro (Asia University)

17:15 – 17:55
Presentation 1 Chaula Rininta Anindya (Ritsumeikan University, Graduate Student)
The Pitfall of Counterterrorism: Interagency Turf Wars in Indonesia*
Presentation 2 Sugit Sanjaya Arjon(Ritsumeikan University, Graduate Student)
Peace for Sale: The Cost of Post-Conflict Stability in North Maluku, Indonesia*
Presentation 3 Yusy Widarahesty(Ritsumeikan University, Graduate Student)
The Indonesian Technical Intern Trainee Program in Japan: Recruitment Process, Internal Dynamics, and Post-Program Ambitions*
Presentation 4 SAKAI Misaki(Toyo University, Graduate Student)
Waria Activities and Their Social Network in Yogyakarta
Presentation 5 Misaki KISHI(Tokyo University of the Arts, Graduate Student)
A Reconsideration of Pakeliran Padat: ASKI’s Lasting Influence on Contemporary Wayang Kulit

* Presented in English

17:55 – 18:00 ~~~ Break ~~~
18:00 – 18:30 Lightning Talk Q & A Session
18:30 – 18:40 ~~~ Break ~~~
18:40 – 20:00 Online Get-Together

Sunday, December 19, 2021

9:30 Sign in to Zoom Rooms

【Individual Presentation】 (25 minute presentation, 15 minute chat Q & A, 5 minute intervals)

10:00 – 10:40 Presentation 1 <Session 2A><Session 2B>
10:45 – 11:25 Presentation 2 <Session 2A><Session 2B>

<Session 2A> Moderator: IWAHARA Hiroi (University of Tokyo)

Presentation 1 NAKATANI Ayami (Okayama University), UEBA Yoko (National Museum of Ethnology), KANETANI Miwa (Professional Institute of International Fashion)
Multifaceted Use of Plants in West Timor, Indonesia: A Case Study of Palms in Daily Utensils
Presentation 2 NISHIJIMA Kaoru (Kyoto University)
Revival of “Kingdom” and Negotiation of “Sovereignty” in Democratic Indonesia: A Case Study of the Dayak People of Southeast Kalimantan

<Session 2B> Moderator: KOCHI Kaoru (Kanda University of International Studies)

Presentation 1 TOMIOKA Michi(Kyoto Sangyo University)
Funeral Rituals of Javanese Royal Families in Surakarta
Presentation 2 OKABE Masami (International Research Center of Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Asia Pacific Region)
Comeback to Cultural Initiative of the Yogyakarta Court by Privilege Law: Focusing on the Activities of a New Generation of Royal Leaders Starting in 2019
11:25 – 11:30 ~~~ Break ~~~

【Report of KAPAL Steering Committee】

11:30 – 11:50 KATO Tsuyoshi (Principal Co-representative), GOCHI Sachiko (Treasurer)
11:50 – 13:00 ~~~ Lunch Break ~~~

【Panel Presentation】 (40 minute presentation including Q & A, 5 minute intervals)

13:00 – 13:40 Presentation 1 <Panel 3A><Panel 3B>
13:45 – 14:25 Presentation 2 <Panel 3A><Panel 3B>
14:30 – 15:10 Presentation 3 <Panel 3A><Panel 3B>

<Panel 3A> Panel Leader: Fadjar Ibnu Thufail (National Research and Innovation Agency, Indonesia)

Seaways, People, and Goods on the Edge of Polities:
Decolonizing Maritime Studies in Indonesia

Presentation 1 Erwiza Erman (National Research and Innovation Agency, Indonesia)
The Diamond Trading Network from Martapura and Landak: Kinship, Trust, and Ethnicity (16-19th Century)*
Presentation 2 Kazufumi NAGATSU (Toyo University)
The Sea Peoples’ Arts of not Being Governed: Genealogy of the Bajau and its Political Settings in Nusantara*
Presentation 3 Dedi Supriadi Adhuri (National Research and Innovation Agency, Indonesia)
The Socio-cultural Loads of Anchovy and Grouper International Trade: Drawing the Invisible Maritime Networks*

*Presented in English

<Panel 3B> Panel Leader: MASHINO Ako(Tokyo University of the Arts)

Beyond “pencak silat”:
Different Faces of Martial Arts as a Local Social Practice

Presentation 1 IMAMURA Hiroyuki (The Graduate School for Advanced Studies, SOKENDAI, Graduate Student)
Creating National “Pencak Silat”: Case Study of Two Types of Turning Martial Arts Demonstration into Competition
Presentation 2 NAKAMURA Shohei(Kyoto University)
Propagation of Body Technique and Its Regional Specificity: Case of Widespread Martial Arts Schools and Their Branches in Jakarta
Presentation 3 MASHINO Ako(Tokyo University of the Arts)
Silat Evolution as Dance: Sound and Body Movements in Muslim Balinese Rudat Performance
15:15 – 15:20 ~~~ Break ~~~
15:20 – 15:30 Closing Remarks KURASAWA Aiko, KATO Tsuyoshi (Principal Co-representative)