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GEAS Summer Symposium 2021

Jul 12, 2021

In our Summer Symposium 2021, our Early Career Researchers in their first, second and possibly third year will present their  topics and progress in very short talks (max 15 mins), and PIs, faculty, as well as invited visiting fellows and guests will comment. The purpose of the symposium is to bring everyone together and give all researchers a chance to get to know each others' projects after a long time of not seeing each other.

The Symposium will take place in hybrid mode and in presence (in the garden). Everyone is invited to join the presentations as well as come to the garden picnic/BBQ afterwards. Please bring food and drinks for the picnic to share and spend a nice afternoon together.

Please be so kind to send a short mail to GEAS Events for registration.


Webex Meeting Link: https://fu-berlin.webex.com/fu-berlin-en/j.php?MTID=md7b43ecac78face0f5f8acd9a2c96db0






 GEAS Directors

Welcome Address



Jingyi Li

Home Making and Belonging in Return Migration: Korean Chinese as International Labors



Yura Hyeon

From Drifters to Navigators: Life of Young Yemeni Refugees in Jeju Island and Seoul


Short break (5 min)



Antonie Angerer


Staging urban futures as networked spectacle in China’s urbanization processes - Function of media and visual culture in making Xiongan New Area (XNA)



Xuan Wen

The Villagers’ Reaction to Environmental Policy Implementation —Evidence from the Construction of Beautiful Villages


Short break (5 min)



Hao Zhang

The Role of Citizen in China’s Digital Governance Era: Coproduction through Digital Government Platform?



Yating Zhang

Capitalist Soft Drinks Reenter China: Entanglement of Globalization and Economic Nationalism in Post-Mao Era


Short break (10 min)



Chi Ho Kiang

The Taste of Occupation: Food, War, and Society in Occupied North China, 1937-1945



Sarah Bijlsma

Hybrid Landscapes: Identity, Space and the Natural World in the Context of the Okinawa ‘Migration Boom


Short break (5 min)



Frank Tu

 The periphery and the center: Support schemes for urban-rural migration
and rural revitalization



Shoko Tanaka

Shifting Policy Preferences, or Widening Gaps in between? Analysis through the Young Japanese Voters and Their Issue Orientations



Erik Isaksson

Liberal Power Japan? Values and Identity in Japanese Foreign Policy 2006-2020


after 13:00: lunch break/ get-together in the garden (open end). 

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