Survival Politics in East Asia: Socio-Environmental Crisis and Grassroots Responses

Surivial politics - opening remarks

Keynote speech one. Animism: A grassroots response to socio environmental crisis in contemporary Japan. Dr Shoko Yoneyama, University of Adelaide.

Survival Politics in East Asia: Socio-Environmental Crisis and Grassroots Response - Panel 1

Panel one discussion from the three day conference, Survial Politics in East Asia: Socio-Environmental Crisis and Grassroots Response.

Survival politics in East Asia: Socio-Environmental Crises and Grassroots Responses - Panel 3

Chaired by Professor Byung-ho Chung, from Hanyang University, this panel discussion includes views by Dr Eunjeong Soh, from the Australian National University on the topic, The Moral Economy of Everyday North Korea.

Professor Kathy Morton, Australian National University, raises the topic, Survival and Activism on the Tibetan Plateau: Before and After the Yushu Earthquake.

Dr Olivier Krischer, from the Australian National University, is discussing the topic, Can "Art" be Informal? The Case for Creative Activism in East Asia.

Survival Politics in East Asia: Socio-Environmental Crisis and Grassroots Response - Panel 4

Panel 4 discussion, chaired by Professor Simon Avenell from the Australian National University, includes talks by
Dr Shuge Wei, Australian National University, on 'Returning to the village: anti-nuclear activism in Gongliao district.

Dr Adam Broinowski from the Australian National University is presenting the topic, "Things Fall Apart" - Oceanic Responsibility
and localised responses during the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster.

Survival politics - Taiwan's Anti-Casino Movements: A tale of two offshore islands. Keynote 6

Taiwan's Anti-Casino Movements: A tale of two offshore islands.

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