研究会タイトル:Food, space, and politics in contemporary South Asia
 Sreejata Roy (Revue/ University of Technology Sydney)
  'Foodsteps: Mapping the journey of migration food'
 Arunopol Seal (Ashoka University)
  'Brewed in silence, Served with reluctance: Politics of brewing in the adivasi hinterlands   of eastern and central India'
Discussant: Saumya Gupta (Janki Devi Memorial College, University of Delhi)
Chair: Riho Isaka (The University of Tokyo)
日時:2020年7月2日(木) 18:00-19:30
報告者: 後藤潤(神戸大学大学院経済学研究科)
タイトル:On the Origin and Persistence of Parochial Altruism: Historical Tenure Institutions and Intergroup Conflicts in India
This paper examines historical origins and persistence of parochial altruism by exploiting natural experiments during the early modern and the colonial period (1801-1947) of South India. Theory suggests that parochial altruism composed of in-group favoritism and out-group hostility can be nurtured by repeated exposure to intergroup conflicts among socially-defined groups. Natural experiments in South India provide the suitable setting to test this theory: some communities in this region had historically adopted a randomized formation of fishing groups for each available fishing lot every year and intergroup conflicts had frequently occurred among these randomized fishing groups. All fishing groups are obligated to report any type of conflicts to religious judicial systems. I digitized detailed conflict information from 1801 to 1947 and combined it with the data from lab-in-the-field experiments for descendants. I find that a person is more altruistic to other community members if their ancestors had conflicts with other fishing groups together (i.e., they had common enemies). Furthermore, I demonstrate mechanisms through which such parochial altruism has persisted over generations.


日時: 2020年3月20日(金・祝)13:00-15:15
場所: 東京大学駒場キャンパス
13:00-13:05 趣旨説明
13:05-13:50 渡辺雅幸(びわこ学院大学)
 「国際バカロレアにおける「市民」の形成 -インドの事例を交えて」
14:00-14:45 茶谷智之(松本短期大学)
14:45-15:15 全体討論
日時:2020年3月7日(土) 13:00-18:00
Chair: Riho Isaka (The University of Tokyo)
14:00-14:05 Eijiro Hazama (The University of Tokyo / JSPS)
 “Conscience or Antarātmā? An Ineffable Nature of Gandhi’s Trilingual Politics”
14:10-14:25 Comment by Professor Crispin Bates (The University of Edinburgh)
14:25-14:40 Comment by Professor Akio Tanabe (The University of Tokyo)
14:40-15:10 General Discussion
日時:2020年3月7日(土) 13:00-18:00
Chair: Riho Isaka (The University of Tokyo)
13:00-13:50 Eijiro Hazama (The University of Tokyo / JSPS)
 Opening Remarks and
 “Conscience or Antaratma? An Ineffable Nature of Gandhi’s Trilingual Politics”
14:00-15:05 Ajay Skaria (University of Minnesota)
 “Political Friendship: Thinking with Gandhi”
15:15-16:20 Vinay Lal (UCLA)
 “Gandhi's Inner Voice: The State, Regimes of Rights, and Moral Responsibility”
16:30-17:00 Comment by Crispin Bates (The University of Edinburgh) and Akio Tanabe (The University of Tokyo)
17:00-18:00 General Discussion
日時:2020年3月7日(土) 13:00-17:20
13:00-14:20 山本明日香(神戸大学)
14:30-15:50 長田華子(茨城大学)
「The Production Subcontracting System of Major Underwear Brands and the Home-Based Workers: The Case of West Bengal, India」
16:00-17:20 鎌田伊佐生(新潟県立大学)
「Labor Market Flexibility and Inward Foreign Direct Investment」
日時:2020年3月5日(木) 16:00-19:00
・David Lowe (Deakin University)
'The Colombo Plan for aid to South and Southeast Asia: regional possibilities and processes in new aid diplomacy of the long 1950s'
・Riho Isaka (The University of Tokyo)
'The Bene Israel elite in colonial India and the debates on Palestine: Empire, Nationalism, and Zionism'
・Akio Tanabe (The University of Tokyo)
'Anti-Racism and Spiritual Universalism: Connectivity and Diversion of Transnational Nationalisms of Japan and India'
・Keiko Yamada (Ibaraki University)
'Rabindranath Tagore's visits to Ibaraki'
Discussant: Rohan D'Souza (Kyoto University)
Chair: Akihiro Sawada (Takushoku University)
"Pan-Asianism in the Times of Nation States: India, China, and the Failure of the Asian Relations Conference"
日時:2020年2月14日(金) 17:00-19:00
報告者:Tansen Sen(NYU Shanghai)
討論者:Tsuyoshi Ishii(The University of Tokyo)、David Lowe(Deakin University)
日時:2020年2月8日(土) 13:30-18:00
原口 華奈(神戸大学大学院国際協力研究科 博士後期課程)
黒崎 卓(一橋大学経済研究所)
石上 悦朗(福岡大学商学部)
共催: 科研基盤研究(A)「南アジアの産業発展と日系企業のグローバル生産ネットワーク」/科研基盤研究(C)「ミクロデータからみたインドの人口・労働・不平等の長期動向」

日時: 2019年12月13日(金)13:30 ~ 17:00
会場: 神戸大学経済経営研究所 会議室(新館2階)
対象: 教員、院生、学部生、および同等の知識をお持ちの方

13:30-14:30  “Job Involvement, Organizational Commitment, Professional Commitment, and Team Commitment: A Study of Generational Diversity in India”
         Ajay SINGH(Human Rsourse Management, Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Lucknow)
14:30-15:10  “The Linkage of Competitiveness: Competitive Advantage of Maruti Suzuki”
         上野 正樹(南山大学経営学部)
15:20-16:20  ”Workers in the Auto Industry in India: A Fresh look at India's Periodic Labour Force Survey”
         佐藤 隆広(神戸大学経済経営研究所)
16:20-17:00  質疑応答
安保 哲夫(東京大学名誉教授/神戸大学経済経営研究所 リサーチフェロー)
共催: 神戸大学(科研基盤研究(A)「南アジアの産業発展と日系企業のグローバル生産ネットワーク」/科研基盤研究(B)「経済発展政策の政治経済学的分析:理論モデル分析とインドにおける実証研究」/科研基盤研究(B)「南アジアのコネクティビティとインド-越境インフラを巡る政治と経済」)
日時: 2019年9月28日(土) 13:30-17:40
場所: 神戸大学経済経営研究所 兼松記念館 1F 調査室

13:30-14:30 Matthew McCartney(Oxford School of Global and Area Studies, University of Oxford)
        "The China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC): The Economic Impact on Pakistan"
14:30-15:30 Atsushi Kato(Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies, Waseda University)
        "Elite Politics vs. Mass Politics: Electricity Tariffs in India"
15:30-15:40 Break
15:40-16:40 Atsushi Fukumi(School of Economics and Management, University of Hyogo)
        "Electricity and Agricultural Development in Punjab"
16:40-17:40 Takahiro Sato(RIEB, Kobe University)
        "Social and Economic Changes in a Punjab Village: A Long-Term Perspective"
日時: 2019年8月3日(土)14:00-17:30
場所: 神戸大学経済経営研究所 会議室(新館2階)
共催: 基盤研究(A)「南アジアの産業発展と日系企業のグローバル生産ネットワーク」
14:00-15:00  山本明日香(神戸大学院)
15:00-16:00  長田華子(茨城大学)
16:10-17:10  宇佐美好文(日本南アジア学会)
17:10-17:30  質疑応答
※ 佐々木宏・鳥山まどか(編著)2019『シリーズ子どもの貧困③教える・学ぶ-教育に何ができるか』明石書店
日時:  2019年8月1日(木) 13:00-17:00
場所:  神戸女学院大学文学館L-19
テーマ: 「ポストモラトリアム時代」の子ども・若者研究の検討―日本と南アジアの現在
共催:  南アジア地域研究広大拠点(HINDAS)、科研基盤(C)「インド地方都市における職業教育学校の調査研究」、科研国際共同研究加速基金(国際共同研究強化A)「現代バングラデシュの若者のアイデンティティポリティクスからみる社会変動」
13:00-    趣旨説明
13:10-14:30 佐々木宏(広島大学)『シリーズ 子どもの貧困③教える・学ぶ』の問題意識
14:45-15:45 堅田香緒里(法政大学)<教育>化する「子どもの貧困」政策の再検討
15:45-16:15 押川文子(京都大学名誉教授)コメント
16:15-17:00 全体討論
日時: 2019年7月21日(日)13:30-17:10
場所: 広島大学大学院 文学研究科1階 大会議室(東広島キャンパス)
共催: 南アジア地域研究京都大学拠点(KINDAS)、南アジア地域研究広島大学拠点(HINDAS)
13:30-     趣旨説明と自己紹介
13:40-14:30  後藤拓也(広島大学)
14:30-15:20  中川加奈子(追手門学院大学)
15:30-16:20  下門直人(同志社大学)
16:20-17:10  ケシャブ・ラル・マハラジャン(広島大学)
         「Marketing and Trade of Agricultural Produce in Northern Part of Indian Subcontinent」

日時: 2019年7月20日(土) 13:30-17:00
場所: 神戸大学経済経営研究所 会議室(新館2階)
共催: 南アジア地域研究京都大学拠点(KINDAS)、南アジア地域研究広島大学拠点(HINDAS)
13:30-13:40  趣旨説明
13:40-14:40  深澤 光樹(東洋大学経済学部)
14:50-15:50  川中 薫(国際ファッション専門職大学国際ファッション学部)
16:00-17:00  水野 敦子(九州大学経済学研究院)
日時: 2019年7月16日(火) 10:00-14:00
場所: 駒場キャンパス18号館4階コラボレーションルーム4
進行: 水島 司
報告: Hsiung-Ming Liao (Academia Sinica)
     "Spatial-Temporal Information Database System"
日時: 2019年7月6日(火) 14:00-17:30
場所: 神戸大学経済経営研究所 会議室(新館2階)
共催: 科研基盤研究(A)「南アジアの産業発展と日系企業のグローバル生産ネットワーク」
14:00-15:00  Shuji Uchikawa, Senshu University
         "Weak Nexus Between Organised and Unorganised Sectors within India’s Manufacturing Industry"
15:00-16:00  Atsuyuki Kato, Kanazawa University
         "Trade Wars between ASEAN, China and India"
16:10-17:10  Arup Mitra, Institute of Economic Growth
         "TFPG and Employment: A Panel Data Analysis"
17:10-17:30  質疑応答
日時:2019年6月18日(火) 17:00-18:10
17:00-17:50 Sonia Krishna Kurup 'Female Labour Migration in India: Smart Femininity, Familial Labour & Social Network'
17:50-18:10 Discussion
Feminist scholars have often contested the dichotomy associated with gendered analysis of internal migration in India that identifies male mobility primarily within the purview of labour and female migration as marriage driven. Many historical studies have explored women's early work-based migration in professions such as nursing and teaching. This paper studies the experiences of educated, middle class women from Nair and Christian communities who had migrated from the southernmost state of Kerala, between the late 1960s to early 1980s, to work in clerical positions in the various defence establishments in Pune, a prominent urban area close to Mumbai. A combination of factors facilitated their migration and employment. These include the presence of an influential, caste-based migration network of Malayalis in Pune; the female migrant’s desire to supplement familial income and enable social mobility; their status as single and educated women at the time of migration; and the requirements of unpaid familial labor from female kin. The paper proposes a new conceptual framework that incorporates the concepts of ‘saving’ and ‘smart femininity’ to examine the interstate migration of women for labor in early postcolonial India. Being a single (or to be married) and educated woman from certain regional, caste or communal background involved in internal migration is central to this concept of smart femininity. The article, through oral narratives of women along with archival data, situates their lives and memories within the socio-political economies of Kerala and Pune. The work contributes to the historical understanding of internal migration, women’s labour force participation, and formation of gendered identities in developing countries such as India.
Speaker Bio:
Sonia Krishna Kurup is a research scholar at K S P Women’s Studies Centre, S P Pune University. She obtained her MA from Centre for Historical Studies, JNU, New Delhi. She is currently studying identity formation among women involved in internal labor migration in India from a feminist perceptive.
Speaker: Professor Sonam Kinga
Speaker's Bio:
Dr. Sonam Kinga is currently a Visiting Professor at the Graduate School of Asian and African Areas Studies (ASAFAS) at Kyoto University, Japan. He is based in Bhutan and teaches at the Royal Institute of Governance and Strategic Studies (since 2013). He was also a Visiting Research Fellow at the Institute of Developing Economies, Chiba (2002), a founding member of The Centre for Bhutan Studies (1999-2004) and founding Editor of Bhutan Observer, a private newspaper (2006).
He was elected twice to the Upper House of Bhutan’s Parliament called the National Council for two consecutive terms since the introduction of parliamentary democracy. In his first term (2008-13), he was also elected as the Deputy Chairperson and in the second term (2013-2018) as the Chairperson of the Council. He also served on various parliamentary committees.
His area of academic interests are Bhutanese history, literature and politics. Some of his books are Kingship, Polity and Democracy (2009), Changes in Bhutanese Social Structure (2002), Speaking Statues, Flying Rocks (2004) and Gaylong Sumdar Tashi (1999). His forthcoming publications include Democratic transition in Bhutan: political contests as moral battles which will be published by Routeledge. The book is based on his Ph. D dissertation. He earned his Ph.D in Area Studies from ASAFAS in 2010.
He is a distinguished public servant. He has been awarded the Gold Medal (National Order of Merit) in 2014 and the highest honour of Nyikelma (Red Scarf) in 2012 and hence, the title of ‘Dasho’ by His Majesty the King during the National Day Celebrations.

'DEMOCRATIC TRANSITION IN BHUTAN: political contest as moral battle'
In the historic elections of Bhutan in 2008, which marked the introduction of parliamentary democracy, only two political parties: Druk Phuensum Tshogpa (DPT) and People’s Democratic Party (PDP), participated. In absence of ideological differences between them, DPT cast the elections as moral contest between good and evil whereas PDP focused on highlighting change and service delivery. In constructing itself as the good party, DPT deployed symbols and associations with Bhutan’s respected and successful monarchy.
After its electoral victory, DPT re-cast the narrative into an ascribed contest between the powerless and powerful. It projected itself as the powerless one, and went on to undermine some of the King’s constitutionally-defined prerogative as well as royal projects, which were initiated for the long-term benefit of the country and the people. After the end of its tenure in 2013 and the subsequent defeat in the second general elections on 13 July that year, it alleged the palace, among others, as the cause of its defeat. The public but unfounded allegations, which were made during its convention a week later, had left a painful and indelible dent on Bhutan’s national psyche.
Rather than react, the King rose above political pressures so that he continues to represent national unity and support the consolidation of democracy. On 13 March 2019, the United Nations Development Program recognized his leadership for the success of Bhutan’s democracy and presented a special award. This seminar, based on my forthcoming book from Routledge, will analyze political discourse, policies and actions centering on the construction of DPT’s narrative and their expression in everyday politics of the first five years of Bhutanese democracy.
Date: Friday, 24th May 2019, 14:00 - 16:30
Venue: Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, Hongo Campus, the University of Tokyo
14:00-14:50 Taberez A. Neyazi (National University of Singapore)‘Internet vernacularization and populist mobilization in India’
While there have been rapid transformations in the Internet ecosystem in India, two transformations are quite discernible – 1) massive growth in contents on the web in Indian vernacular languages, 2) and increasing numbers of citizens, in both urban and rural areas, accessing the Internet in India’s vernacular languages. These transformations, which I term Internet vernacularization, have massive impacts on India’s political, cultural and economic spheres, but have received little or no attention from scholars. Most of the existing scholarships on Internet and politics in India, though extended our knowledge on digital politics, treated Internet as homogenous space particularly ignoring language diversity, which have massive impact the manner people are using the platform and interacting with others. Drawing upon my earlier work, I show Internet vernacularization has brought numerous diverse publics into a web of networks, which are leading to increasing interactions between the English-speaking middle classes and the vernacular masses, rural and urban, as well as traditional and new media. This hybrid space has been utilized for populist mobilization because of its ostensibly inclusive character bringing disparate social groups in a web of networks. The symbolic inclusion of diverse social forces, who were hitherto remained at the margin of social order, are not necessarily empirically supported and are far from evidence and truth-based logics. In this paper, I analyze the manner in which Internet vernacularization has facilitated populist mobilization and its ramifications for Indian democracy.

15:20-16:10 Annu Jalais (National University of Singapore)‘Tigers, Buddhism Islam and the realm of the Asian Anthropocene’
In light of Prasenjit Duara’s recent (2015) discussions on “dialogical transcendence” and “circulatory histories” this paper will examine the human:nonhuman interface offered by the symbol of the “tiger” – both as a revered entity as well as a political beast – in South Asia. This will be undertaken so as to explore the symbolism of “nature” and the “nonhuman” animal in relation to “dialogical transcendence” and “circulatory histories”. Increasingly, as scholarship on Asia begins to focus on the politics of the Anthropocene, it is imperative to consider the nonhuman animal, in this case the tiger, when evoking cosmological imaginations to debate environmental predicaments. In other words, Duara’s introduction of “dialogical transcendence” to pivot Asian imaginings for grappling with the human possibilities in this epoch of the Anthropocene, make greater sense when explored through the nonhuman.

13:35-14:25 安保哲夫(東京大学名誉教授・神戸大学)「新興地域における日本的ハイブリッド工場の戦略問題-生産システム移転と製品選択の適用と適応-」
14:25-15:15 関戸一平(東京大学)「インドにおける20世紀初頭の株式会社の地理学-県別の分析-」
15:25-16:25 和田一哉(金沢大学)「インドにおける土地所有と家計厚生」
16:25-17:25 眞鍋智裕(日本学術振興会)「不二一元論学派におけるバーガヴァタ・プラーナ受容の一方法」

10:30-11:20 加藤篤行(金沢大学)"Exchange Rates and Intra-Firm Trade"
11:20-12:10 岡島成治(大阪経済大学)"Monetary and Moral Incentives of Behavioral Interventions: Field Experimental Evidence from Energy Conservation?"
13:10-14:00 上池あつ子(神戸大学)「インド製薬企業におけるオープンイノベーション」
14:00-14:50 加藤篤史(早稲田大学)"Political Economy of Electricity Loss: Ruling Parties and Support Bases"