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Dear scholars,

 

We are pleased to inform you that your paper based on your abstract has been accepted by the Review Committee of the Gendering Transformations: Feminist Knowledge Production and Trans/national Activist Engagement International Conference.  However, in light of the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the conference organizers have decided to postpone the event to 2021.

 

It was a very difficult decision to make.  The rescheduled dates, most likely in October next year, will be announced by the end of June, 2020. 

 

During this challenging time, we appreciate your understanding and support.  We will keep you informed of further developments.  Should you have any questions, feel free to contact us.

 

Sincerely yours,

 

Conference Committee,

Gendering Transformations: Feminist Knowledge Production and Trans/national Activist Engagement

 

Website: http://gender.ncl.edu.tw

Contact person: Han-yun Chang hychang@ncl.edu.tw

 

 

 

No

Title

Author/members

Institution

Paper

E-1

Modernization as maximization: Transformation of Chinese young women's gender construction over three generations

Fengshu Liu

University of Oslo

Paper

E-2

Attitudes toward Teaching LGBT-inclusive Curriculum among Elementary Teachers in Taiwan

Te-Sheng Chang

National Dong Hwa University

Paper

E-3

How Chinese Adolescents Talk about Gender and Sexuality within the Global World

Xiying WANG

Beijing Normal University

Paper

E-4

Stories of Two Male Southeast Asian Graduate Students in a Taiwanese University

Tsai-Wei Wang

National Dong Hwa University

Paper

E-5

Promoting gender equality in higher education institutions.An agenda for feminist institutionalism in context of neoliberalist reforms

Natalija Mažeikienė, Aurelija Novelskaitė , Sybille Reidl, Daiva Skučienė

Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania

Paper

E-8

Body Discipline and Resistance of High School Dance Class Girls in Taiwan

LIAO YI TING

Taichung Municipal Shi-Yuan Senior High School.

Paper

E-10

Adult Researchers and Teenage Activists Entering into the Worlds of Each Other: Power Relations Reflexively Re-Positioned  by Interplay of ‘Our’ Positionalities

Hayoung Lee,  Minkyung Kwon

Seoul National University;
University of Edinburgh

Paper

ES-6

‘Girls only work hard but don’t have the “math sense”’: Narratives of secondary school students in making sense of their STEM related subject choice

Anita Kit Wa Chan

The Education University of Hong Kong

Paper

M-1

Female Elders as Story Tellers for Knowledge Production in Museum Interpretation and Communication

Liu,W.C

Tainan National University of the Arts

Paper

M-2

Gendering and Localizing Taiwan Studies at Taiwan Studies Centers.
A Proposal for the Second Decade of the Vienna Center for Taiwan Studies

Astrid Lipinsky

University of Vienna

Paper

M-3

Bridging the gap between feminist activism and academia through libraries and archives : the example of KvinnSam – Swedish National Resource Library for Gender Studies

Sanna Hellgren

KvinnSam, Humanities Libraries at Gothenburg University library

Paper

M-4

Art Institutions and Feminist Public Programmes

Melanie Orenius

Amos Rex

Paper

M-5

Feminism approach in a traditional museum - collecting and exhibiting women artists and LGBT-art from China in European context

Si Han

Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities

Paper

MS-35

“A room for our own”: queer memories and feelings in archival practices

Camila Borges Freitas

University of Gothenburg

Round-table

M-6

Gender and Women’s Studies: Crossroads of Scholarship, Stewardship, and Curatorship

Inga-Lill M Blomkvist

NIAS

Paper

S-1

Transcultural interstitial confluence for identity negotiation: The popular imageries of salaryman, geeky, herbivore and Korean Wave masculinities among the Taiwanese young men

Shiau, Hong-Chi

Shih Hsin University

Paper

S-2

Research on the Gender Role of LGBT Activist in Mainland China

Si-yuan Dong

Fujian University of Technology

Paper

S-3

No Land for Rural Women? : Socialist Rule of Law and the Quandary of Nongjianü

LI YAJIAO

Ochanomizu University

Paper

S-4

Working conditions as a factor empowering women to earn (more) in the GPG context

Rasa Pušinaitė-Gelgotė
Aurelija Novelskaitė
Raminta Pučėtaitė

Vilnius University Kaunas Faculty, Lithuania

Paper

S-5

Hong Kong Older Women’s Divergent Lives and Subjectivities

Kimburley Choi

City University of Hong Kong

Paper

S-7

Improvising Gender in Migration: Analyzing the Assemblage of Gender Practices among the Chinese Migrant Families in Sweden

Mario Liong

College of International Relations, Ritsumeikan University

Paper

S-8

Vulnerability and Resilience of Feminist Activists in Authoritarian China

Hsiu-hua Shen

National Tsing Hua University

Paper

S-9

Work/life patterns of professional women with two children after the one-child policy

Yang Shen, Lai Jiang

Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Paper

S-10

“Frictionless social lives”: Exploring the transformation of digital intimacy  among young adults in Taiwan

Pei-Wen Li

Shih Hsin University

Paper

S-11

Dress and gender congruence among male-to-female transgender

Chui-Chu Yang

National Taiwan Normal University

Paper

S-12

Querying (em)power(ment):  Institutional Ethnographic Explorations of Protective Services in Contemporary Taiwan

Pei-Ju Liao

National Pingtung University of Science and Technology

Paper

S-14

Rearticulating Natural Birth: Rebozo as an Alternative Treatment in Childbirth in Denmark

Li-Wen Shih

Medicine at Taipei Medical University / Anthropology Department at Copenhagen University

Paper

S-16

“A matrilineal society’s influence on the accessibility of women in politics - Minangkabau women missing in Indonesian politics”

Lina Knorr

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Paper

S-17

Imagined Families: Family as Metaphors in the 2019 Hong Kong Protests

Pang Ka Wei

Chinese University of Hong Kong

Paper

S-18

The Emerging Femocrats in the Contemporary China --Forming Alliance between Gender Groups and Feminist Bureaucrats

Wei-Ting Wu

Shih Hsin University

Paper

S-19

The mobility of elders and family-based care – a case study of Chinese migrant (grand)parents

Yan Zhao, Yu Huang

Nord University & Vanke Meisha Academy

Paper

S-22

“Now men don’t go to the brothel—they meet the girls via Internet:” Technology and Gender in Transition in Northern Thailand

Cassie DeFillipo

University of Melbourne

Paper

S-25

The Genesis of Citizen Intelligentsia in Digital China: Ai Xiaoming’s Practices of Identity and Activism

Jinyan Zeng

University of Haifa

Paper

S-27

“They say they only care about WOMEN!”: The emergence of division among politicised women revealed in the course of forming Women’s Party in South Korea

Euisol Jeong

Centre for Women's Studies at the University of York

Paper

S-28

Exploring the Transnational Chinese Network of Daigou: Customized Consumption, Transnational Mobility, and Gendered Modernity

Meina Jia

Aarhus University

Paper

S-30

Mainstreaming Gender, Transforming Institutions? Preliminary Reflections on the Development of Gender Impact Assessment in Taiwan

Lu, Meng-tsung

Department Of Sociology, National Taiwan University

Paper

S-31

Embodied Transformations: Women and Reproductive Desires in New Delhi

Pronoti Baglary

Jawaharlal Nehru University

Paper

S-33

Taking Discursive Power Seriously: Conceptualizing State Feminism in China

Junyi Cai

University of Sydney

Paper

S-37

Masculinity, Affection, and Necessity of Gender: Gay “MAN” in Prisons

Chang Chia Yuan

Academia Sinica

Paper

S-38

China’s Leftover Women: Re-evaluating the Representation of “Leftover” Women (Sheng Nu:) in Chinese Society

Zhu Xin-YI

King's College London

Paper

S-40

Discipline the menstruating body —An analysis of menstrual products commercials in contemporary mainland China

徐羽宏

Lund University

Paper

S-42

The Study of Gay Men's YouTubers' Strategies Against Internal Discrimination

Chun-Yi Chen

Shih Hsin University

Paper

S-43

Analyzing Women’s Sexuality from Sexy Selfies on the Internet: The Case of Sex Board on Dcard

Huang, I-ching

National Taiwan University

Paper

S-44

Falling Families, Crumbling Nation-state: Building of A New Nation Among Marriage Equality Movement Participants

藍昱智、廖珮如

National Pingtung University of Science and Technology

Poster

S-49

The Silence Breaker: Exploring the Process of Women Deciding to Speak Out Against Gender-based Violence from Experiencing sexual assault to Self-disclosure on Social Networking Sites.

Lee,Hsin

National Changhua University of Education

Poster

S-50

Mainstreaming Misogyny and AI Technology how Deepfake porn control over women's bodies

Huang, Yen-Hsuan

National Chengchi University

Panel

S-51

The Biopolitics of Masculinities – Becoming a Good Citizen in Nordic and Chinese Societies

Sebastian Mohr,
Ting-Fai Yu,
Yuk-Ying Wong

Karlstad UniversityMonash UniversityChinese University of Hong Kong

Panel

S-52

Gender and Reconfiguration of Family, Intimacy and Care in Contemporary Taiwan

Yu-Ling Huang
Chin-ju Lin
Yu-Ying Hu
Ya-Ping Lin

National Cheng-Kung University;
Kaohsiung Medical University;
Kaohsiung Medical University;
Chang Gung University

Panel

S-55

Creating female subjectivities through consumption, environmental governance and activism in China and Taiwan

Mette Halskov Hansen
Kathinka Fürst
Olivia Yun-An Dung
Chen Lu

University of Oslo;
Duke University Kunshan;
Leiden University;
University of Oslo

Paper

L-1

Production of Feminist Knowledge in Literary Narratives: The Case of Haruki Murakami’s Kafka on the Shore

Gayle K. Sato

Meiji University

Paper

L-2

Mapping the Public Woman in the Writings of Priscilla Wakefield and Her Protofeminist Contemporaries

Yi-Cheng Weng

National Taiwan University

Paper

L-5

Examining Feminist art and curating practices performed in the Venice Art Biennales: a global artistic field analysis

Chia-ling Lai

National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan

Paper

L-7

Experiments in a Conservative Vein: Women Rewritings of Xiqu in Taiwan and Mainland China

Josh Stenberg

University of Sydney

Paper

L-8

Playing with Tarot: Technology of Care for Feminist Knowledge Production

Hong-An (Ann) Wu

University of Texas at Dallas

Paper

L-13

Cross-“National” Dialogue: Using three exhibitions on the topics of art, craft and technology, ‘From My Fingers’, ‘Femi-Flow’ and ‘The Herstory of Abstraction in East Asia’ as example

Bettina Englerth

Sinology, Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich.

Paper

L-17

Shame and Shyness in the 30s Chinese Literature: The Construction of gender 

Li Yu-jia

University of Southampton

Paper

L-18

To Remember Everything, to Remember Always: The Writing of Trauma as Working-Through in Maria Rosa Henson’s Comfort Woman: Slave of Destiny

Catherine Lianza A. Aquino

Ateneo de Manila University

Paper

L-19

Kleist’s Penthesilea – female violence and the deconstruction of dichotomous gender order

Xiaomin Zhou

Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg

Paper

LH5

A Lost Tradition of Premodern Chinese Women’s Painting-Poetry (tihua shi 題畫詩): A Case Study of Xi Peilan’s席佩蘭 (1760–after 1829) Painting-Poems in the Mid-Qing

Yang Zhao

University of California Santa Barbara

Paper

LS-15

Marguerite Duras and Taiwan : transmission, mediation, reception

Shih Hsien Huang

Department of France, Tamkang University

Paper

LS-29

When Vaginas Speak Chinese: Mobilizing Feminism Through Translation

Guo-wang Tao-lue

University of Alberta

Paper

LS-34

Retrogress and division against feminism: legal sociology perspective for foreign surrogate pregnancy among Chinese LGBT couples

Hongyun Yu

Australia National University

Paper

LS-39

Composing as feminist practice: a self-examination of The Everyday Lullaby: Unfoldings and Solidarities

Elizabeth Ditmanson

composer, sound-artist, flute player, and scholar

Panel

LS-54

Transversal Biopolitics: Evolution, Assemblage, and Healing

Chun-Mei Chuang
Yin Wang
Catherine Ju-yu Cheng

Soochow University;
National Cheng Kung University;
Feng Chia University

Panel

L-20

Media, Mediation, and the Politics of Gender in “Transnational” Taiwan

Fang-Chih Irene Yang
Leticia Nien-Hsuan Fang
Jocelyn Yi-Hsuan Lai
Yu-hui Tai

National Cheng Kung University;
National Chengchi University;
Fu Jen Catholic University;
National Chiao Tung University

Panel

L-21

Feminine Struggles: Writing as a Weapon to fight in the Invisible War

Huei-Ling Chen 
Yijia Du
Ye Su

Univeristy of Sydney;
Univeristy of Sydney;
Univeristy of Sydney

Round-table

L-22

Feminist Alliances, Situated Knowledges and Intellectual Empowerment. A discussion with Feminist Readings Network

Siao-Ting, Hong.

Comparative Literature University of Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3

Paper

H-1

Bodies, Menstruation Blood and Witchcraft: The Feminist Art Scene in Gothenburg in the 70s and early 80s

Eva Zetterman

University of Gothenburg

Paper

H-2

How to Be Brownies in the “Camp”? A Case Study of “Old Chefusians” and Their Education in Wartime China (1943-1945)

Ching-Yin Chang

Wenzao Ursuline University

Paper

H-4

A Gender Perspective on Decolonization: Reconstructing the Role of Women in the Algerian War

Song Xinyi

Peking University

Paper

H-7

Woman as the Trope: Perceiving the Altering Chinese Modernity from Females’ Public Visual Images before and after 1949

Zhuyuan Han 韩竺媛

Duke University

Paper

HS-23

The Gender Controversy and the Metaphysics of Gender

Chun-Ping YEN顏均萍、Hsiang-Yun CHEN

 Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica

Paper

HS-24

Revolutions in Memory: Singing Girls and China’s Socialist transformation

Zhao, Mi

LRCCS at the University of Michigan

Paper

HS-26

Chinese Feminism in Transition Looking Eastward and Embracing Eastern European Feminisms?

Qi Wang

Department of Design and Communication, University of Southern Denmark

Paper

HL-3

Women, Body and Discourse: A Case on WEN Hui’s Theatres and Documentaries

Yu, Xuying

Open University of Hong Kong

Panel

H-8

Negotiating Post/socialism: Women and feminism in post-1949 China

Dusica Ristivojevic
Zhang Yu
Liu Xi

University of Helsinki;
University of Shanghai for Science and Technology;
Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University

Panel

H-9

Premodern Royal Ladies in Japan and Beyond: Premier Royal Ladies (Nyoin) in Medieval Times, 1000-1300

Fan Yang
Yunyun Zhou
Duan Jiling

University of Amsterdam;
University of Oxford;
Indiana University Bloomington

Panel

H-10

Premodern Royal Ladies in Japan and Beyond: Premier Royal Ladies (Nyoin) in Medieval Times, 1000-1300

Akemi Banse
Hanayo Noguchi
Sachiko Kawai

University of Tokyo;
Kyoai Gakuen Unibersity;
National Museum of Japanese History

Panel

H-11

Women in Public: Gender, Politics and Society in Chinese History, Seventh to Twentieth Centuries

Zhan Beibei
Peter Ditmanson
YI Jo-lan
衣若蘭
Rachel Hui-Chi Hsu

Yuelu Academy;
Yuelu Academy;
Tunghai University;
National Chengchi  University

Panel

H-12

Gender, Nation, and Women in China and Taiwan

Shu-Ching Chang
Hsiao-pei Yen
Wei-Ying Liu

National Yang-Ming University;
National Yang-Ming University;
National Museum of Taiwan History

Paper

GE-6

From Lesbian, Transgender to Gender non-binary: A Self-narrative Study of Identity Changed and Physical Resistance

Su Pinru

National Chengchi University

Paper

GE-7

Struggle in the Journey of Gender: A Narrative Research on Life Experience of Millennials LGBTQ Teacher and Their Educational Practice

He Tingyan, Su Pinru

National Chengchi University

Paper

GE-9

Tainan city elementary current research issues of gender equality education curriculum plan

Chiung-wen Chang

Tainan Municipal West Central District Jinsyue Elementary School.

Paper

GS-41

How do we grow up? Observing the transformation of attitudes towards female bodies within two DVT groups of Taiwanese children and preteens

Chia-Chun Chang
Wu, Yi-Chieh

Institute of Health and Welfare Policy, National Yang-Ming University; Chairperson, Association of Multidisciplinary Services for Family Development

Paper

GH-3

The Colonial Office’s Discussions on the Chinese Clandestine Prostitution in Singapore in the 1930s

Wei-an Yang

Fujen University

 

 

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