A Dialogue with Benedict Anderson: simultaneous reporting



Benedict Anderson, the author of “Imagined Communities”, is known as a person with empathy for Taiwan. The Japan Association for Taiwan Studies invites him as a presenter at 13th academic assembly, where he will talk about significance and possible of Taiwan studies, focusing on mainly the relationship between his nationalism studies.

Public Speaker: Benedict Anderson
(emeritus professor, Cornell University)

Dialogist 1: Rwei-Ren Wu (Institute of Taiwan History)
Dialogist 2: Naoyuki UMEMORI
(Faculty of Political Science and Economics, Waseda University)

Time and Date: 13:00 - 16:45, May 28 (Sat.)
Venue: Multipurpose lecture room, B1F, Bldg. 26,
Waseda University
Capacity: around 60 *in order of arrival
Doors open at 12:00
Language English

Organizer: The Japan Association for Taiwan Studies
Co-Organizers: Interchange Association Japan, Waseda University Taiwan Research Institute, Waseda University Global COE Program “Global Institute for Asian Regional Integration” (GIARI)
Sponsor: Waseda University Organization of Asian Studies


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