Inter-area/Border Crossing

Organized Panel Session

InterAsian Spaces of Affinity/Spaces of Conflict

Saturday, July 7
10:20 AM - 11:50 AM
Location: Silveroak I, Ground Floor

How can looking at various ‘sites of InterAsian’ interaction help us to understand phenomena that exist outside of and in-between, conventional political geographies? Specifically, by looking at these sites, which include both physical and ideological sites, as sometimes ‘spaces of affinity’ and other times ‘spaces of conflict’ how can the relationship between local ideas, meanings, and infrastructures, and broader economic, geopolitical, and capital flows be understood?  And, importantly, how can the study of these sites, which serve to highlight the multi-directional flows of information, people, and capital, undermine more static categorizations of ‘local’ and ‘global.’

Seteney Shami

Social Science Research Council, United States

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Jatin Dua

University of Michigan, United States

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Jatin Dua

University of Michigan, United States

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Kah-Wee Lee

National University of Singapore, Singapore

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Ross Anthony

Stellenbosch University, South Africa

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