Unité d'études japonaises

Journée d’étude – Colons et colonisés - EHESS Paris

Journée d’études – Colons et colonisés 

New Perspectives on Settler Colonialism in East Asia

  

Lundi 19 novembre

Organisée par le CRJ-EHESS et le groupe Populations Japonaises (CEJ – INALCO)

 

 

The goal of this workshop is to probe into new directions in colonial history of modern Japan. It will seek to challenge the contours of the field by looking at the trans-war history of Japanese settlers in Manchuria, social history of colonial Seoul, and rural penal settlements throughout the Empire.

 

 

10h-10h15 Welcome

Isabelle Konuma (CEJ-INALCO) & Aleksandra Kobiljski (CRJ-EHESS)

 

10h15-10h30 Introduction

Noémi Godefroy (CEJ-INALCO/CRJ-EHESS)

 

10h30-11h30 Alain Delissen (EHESS)

A social history of Seoul, 1920-1936: Am I doing settler colonialism (or am I not ?)"

 

11h30-12h30 Emer O’Dwyer (Oberlin College)

Towards a Transwar History of Japanese Settler Colonialism

 

12h30 - 14h30 Lunch break

 

14h30-15h30 Constance Sereni (Université de Genève)

Japanese Emigration to Manchuria, 1936-45:  Exile as a Policy

 

15h30-16h30 Miyamoto Takashi (Université de Tôkyô)

Making of Japanese Carceral Archipelago: Introduction of Penal Transportation System during the 1880s

 

EHESS - 54 boulevard Raspail, 75006 Paris

Salle 7-37 (10-12h30) & S1-24 (14h30-16h30)