Symposium

1st Japan-Finland Seminar on the Arctic and East Asia (JAFSAS)

“Local wellbeing, human securities and indigenous peoples in the Arctic and Asia”

Date: January 20-21, 2022, Thursday & Friday, Finland time 9:00am to 12:00pm; Japan time 4:00pm to 7:00pm

Style: On-line meeting preferably organized in two places (Lapland University and Tohoku University, Room 436 @Kawakita Research Forum)

*The online link will be distributed until 18 January to the participants.

*Program and Abstracts ver 210118

—PROGRAM—-

20-Jan-2022         

Session 1   Chair: TAKAKURA Hiroki

JPN

FIN

 

16:00-16:15

9:00-9:15

Introduction  (TAKAKURA Hiroki)

16:15-16:35

9:15-9:35

Local well-being and community sustainability along the northern Sea Route (Florian STAMMLER)

16:35-16:55

9:35-9:55

Well-being and development: Policy implication based on a comparative analysis of urban and rural Russia  (TAKEDA Yuka)

16:55-17:15

9:55-10:15

Radically Ordinary Lives: Young Rural Stayers and the Ingredients of the Good Life in Finnish Lapland (Ria-Maria ADAMS)

17:15-17:35

10:15-10:35

The Ainu Policy Promotion Act and its Impact on the Salmon Culture of the Ainu People  (NOGUCHI Hiroya)

(Break)

 

Session 2     Chair: S. KONDO

JPN

FIN

 

17:40-18:00

10:40-11:00

Living Law in the Arctic: legal perspectivism as a new approach to the study of Arctic indigenous relations with the state (Aytalina IVANOVA)

18:00-18:20

11:00-11:20

An argument for relying on Article 27 of the ICCPR in the Ainu fishery lawsuit : Lessons from the Sámi Parliament case in the HR (OSAKADA Yuko)

18:20-18:40

11:20-11:40

Environmental Impact Assessment in the Arctic: Local environmental experts, the manufacture of knowledge, and industrial development (Hannah STRAUSS-MAZZULLO)

18:40-19:00

11:40-12:00

Discussion

 

 

21-Jan-2022

Session 3    Chair: Florian STAMMLER

JPN

FIN

 

16:00-16:20

9:00-9:20

Cultural Security as a Key Factor for Local Well-Being among the Inupiat in Utqiaġvik, Alaska. (KISHIGAMI Nobuhiro)

16:20-16:40

9:20-9:40

Cultural heritage and self-determination of Izhma Komi (SIKORA Karolina)

16:40-17:00

9:40-10:00

Wellness Camp: Alaska Natives’ Strategies for Well-being (KONDO Shiaki)

17:00-17:20

10:00-10:20

Arctic Oral Histories – methods of indigenous history making in the Arctic  (Allemann LUKAS)

(Break)

 

Session 4    Chair: TABATA Shin-ichiro

JPN

FIN

 

17:25-17:45

10:25-10:45

Anthropological Study on the Relation between Indigenous Organizations and Institutions for the Realization of Indigenous Rights in the Russian Federation  (KORESAWA Sakurako)

17:45-18:05

10:45-11:05

Hollow and emergent potential of BRI – A critical structural analysis of BRI (Matti NOJONEN)

18:05-18:25

11:05-11:25

The Popularity of Traditional Chinese Medicine: The Case of Cancer (QIN Xiameng)

18:25-18:45

11:25-11:45

Discussion

18:45-19:00

11:45-12:00

Conclusion (Florian STAMMLER)

 

This seminar is a part of event of the Program of Arctic Challenge for Sustainability II (https://www.nipr.ac.jp/arcs2/e/)

 

Organizers:

Center for Northeast Asian Studies, Tohoku University

Arctic Center, Lapland University

Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University

Graduate School of Intercultural Studies, Kobe University

Arctic Challenge for Sustainability II (https://www.nipr.ac.jp/arcs2/e/)