Conference programme

Friday, 6 July 2018

10:00–13:00 CLOSED SESSION, including brown bag lunch: Projects, Connections, Avenues

PUBLIC SESSIONS

13:00–13:30 Greetings and Introduction:
Anja VERVOORTS, Central Equal Opportunities Officer
Inge KRÜMPELBECK, Head of Diversity Coordination Office
Andrea GERMER, Chair Modern Japanese Studies I 

13:30–15:00 Chair: Andrea GERMER (Düsseldorf)   
(TRANS)NATIONAL LAW AND POLITICS
Vera MACKIE (Wollongong): Thinking sexual citizenship through the family
TANIGUCHI Hiroyuki (Kanazawa): Jurisprudence on LGBT sexuality in Japan
Konstanze PLETT (Bremen): Legal views on sex and gender in Germany

15:00–15:30 Coffee Break

15:30–17:00 Chair: Annette SCHAD-SEIFERT (Düsseldorf)
INSTITUTIONS: MATRIMONY – EHE FÜR ALLE?
SHIMIZU Akiko (Tokyo): Marriage equality as strategy: family registration, moral conservatives, and the “LGBT” fad in Japan
KAWASAKA Kazuyoshi (Düsseldorf): LGBT rights are human rights, but in what sense?
Dorothée de NÈVE (Gießen): Merkel’s gut feeling - debate about marriage for all in Germany
 
17:00–17:30 Coffee Break

17:30–19:00 Chair: Michiko MAE (Düsseldorf)
MARKETS AND CONSUMERS
KAWAGUCHI Kazuya (Hiroshima Shudo): Consuming identity and lifestyle: transforming queer subjects in Japan
Elisabeth SCHERER (Düsseldorf): Queer wedding ceremonies in Japan
Ilse LENZ (Bochum): Queering gender and capitalism: A comparative perspective

19:30 Dinner

 

Saturday, 7 July 2018

PUBLIC SESSIONS

9:00–10:30 Chair: Michael HEINZE (Düsseldorf)
HEALTH, DISABILITY AND EDUCATION
John TREAT (Yale): Put to the test: abjection and sexual citizenship in Japan
IINO Yuriko (Tokyo): ‘Queering’ disability may be possible, but …
MANO Yutaka (Hiroshima Shudo): LGBT education in Japan: grassroots activities in curriculum development

10:30–11:00 Coffee break

11:00–13:00 Chair: Stephan KÖHN (Köln)
POPULAR REPRESENTATIONS
Andrea GERMER (Düsseldorf): Queer carnival and fascist moments: Your Name (2016)
Jasmin RÜCKERT (Düsseldorf): Queer space in television drama
Katharina HÜLSMANN (Düsseldorf): Queer readings and potentials of the Boys’ Love genre and communities
KANNO Yuka (Doshisha): Framing: lesbian representability and the genealogy of girls’ culture

13:00–14:30 Lunch Break

14:30–18:30  CLOSED SESSION: Co-operations, Projects, Avenues

18:30 Dinner

Stiftung Osasien-Institut
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