APG 4382 / 5382 CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN ASIA 1ST SEMESTER 2011

MASTER OF ASIAN STUDIES WEEKLY SEMINAR PROGRAM
All inquiries about this seminar series to 2010 Unit Coordinator: Dr Angelo Andrea Di Castro andrea.dicastro@arts.monash.edu.au Room H5.92, 5th floor, Building H - Caulfield Campus and to Dr Sevn Schottman Sven.Schottmann@monash.edu Room H5.91, 5th floor, Building H - Caulfield Campus Classes will be held on Thursdays afternoon from 5 to 8 pm Room H2.37 (5-6 pm – Lecture) and H2.38 (6-8pm – Seminar), Building H Caulfield Campus

Program outline

Aline Scott-Maxwell Introduction to Library research resources Bea Trefalt Investigating memory and history in modern Japan David Chandler Terror and History in Pol Pot’s Cambodia Paul Mc Shane Sustainability and water management James Gomez New Media and Human Rights Tikky Wattanapenpaiboon The burden of disease Bruce Jacobs China as seen from Taiwan Andrea Di Castro Heritage and urban development Sven Schottman Malaysian democratic process Irfan Ahmad Indian secularism David Templeman The Tibetan Question in the 20th century and now

Lectures and Seminars Schedule Week Dates Thur 3 Thur 10 March March Lecturers Dr Aline Scott-Maxwell Research methods and library resources Seminars Introduction 1 2 Dr Beatrice Trefalt Investigating memory and history in modern Japan Orientalism and Asian Values 3 Thur 17 March Prof. Bruce Jacobs 7 8 Thur 14 Thur 21 China as seen from Taiwan Dr Andrea Di Castro Asian cities: heritage and sustainability Friday 22 April 9 10 11 12 Thur 5 Thur 12 Thur 19 Thur 26 Thur 2 Thur 9 May May May May June June – Friday 29 April NON TEACHING Dr Sven Schottmann EASTER BREAK Essay writing week Mahathir and Islam Hadhari Ashis Nandi and Indian Secularism Interpreting Tibet’s History Democracy and Islam in South-East Asia Long essay due Dr Irfan Ahmad Indian Secularism Dr David Templeman The Tibetan Question in current times SWOT VAC venue TBA Revision Exam 2 . David Chandler Terror and History in Pol Pot’s Cambodia In the Shadow of Genocide 4 Thur 24 March Dr Paul McShane Sustainability and water management The Ganges and water wars Short essay due 5 6 Thur 31 Thur 7 March April April April Dr James Gomez New Media and Human Rights New Media and Democracy The origin of germ diseases Soft Authoritarianism and Human Rights Cultural heritage and postmodernism Dr Tikky Wattanapenpaiboon The burden of disease Prof.

Teachers. Lanham. ed. and Litvak. Sharpe.1 March 3 Introduction to the course.Sabella. Singapore: 47-59 Week 2.. Routledge Curzon. London.E. and Edward Said: Taking Stock of Orientalism. Routledge.). Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. Penguin Books (Rev. edited by Sandra Wilson.html Mahbubani. N. Beatrice „War. M. Kishore 2004 Can Asians Think?.Liu. Sharpe. in Nation and nationalism in Japan. 2002: 115-126 Gibney.2 March 3 Dr Aline Scott-Maxwell Research methods and library resources Caulfield Library Week 1 No Prescribed Readings Week 2.Reading list Week 1. New York Maria Rosa Henson1999 Comfort Woman: a Filipina’s story of prostitution and Slavery under the Japanese Military.E. expectations and allocation of topics Dr Angelo Andrea Di Castro & Dr Sven Schottman Week 1..1 March 10 Dr Beatrice Trefalt Investigating memory and history in modern Japan Prescribed Readings: Treafalt. Middle East Review of International Affairs 10 (1) (March) http://meria. edited by David Koh Wee Hock. Fei Fei . Robert . 2006 Students. M.Y. Frank Senso . in Can Asians Think? Understanding the Divide between East and West. 2007 The „Black-Out‟ Syndrome and the Ghosts of World War II: the War as a „Divisive Issue‟ in Malaysia. Armonk.Y. David Nanking 1937: memory and healing. Armonk.The Japanese remember the Pacific War: letters to the editor of Asahi Shinbun.ac. 2002 Madoka Futamura 2008 War crimes tribunals and transitional justice: The Tokyo Trial and the Nuremberg Legacy. 1995: 290-313 Week 2 Lecture Additional readings: Li. New Delhi: 19-43 3 .idc. M. N. Clayton Cheah Boon Kheng. Rowman and Littlefield Publishers. MD Anton. Lucas ed 1986 Local opposition and underground resistance to the Japanese in Java 1942-1945. New York.il/journal/2006/issue1/jv10no1a2. 1868-1975‟. J. commemoration and national identity in modern Japan.2 March 10 SEMINAR Orientalism and Asian Values Prescribed Reading: Teitelbaum. in Legacies of World War II in South and East Asia. Monash university: Centre of Southeast Asian Studies.

Penguin Books (Rev. Leonards. 49 (1) January 17 2002: 4-7 Said. Doh C. March-April: 109-125 Lee. Kegan Paul International. Allen and Unwin. Routledge. and Identity. Monroe. 1999 Mass Politics and Culture in Democratizing Korea. Edward 1995 Afterword to the 1995 printing of Orientalism. London. 156-188. 84-95. London: 1-10. Occidentalism. Edward 1995. in Argumentative Indian: writings on Indian culture. Sage. vol. Greg 1999 Asian Values Western Dreams: Understanding the New Asia. Penguin. London Bryan S. London: 3-30 Williams. 73 (2). 1994 The Pen and the Sword: conversations with David Barsamian. New York Review of Books. 1. St. Cambridge: 195-243 Mouer. Berkeley 4 . Penguin. Penguin.). and Globalism. Sage. Fareed 1994 Culture is Destiny: a conversation with Lee Kuan Yew. 4 vols. Common Courage Press. Cambridge University Press. Patrick (ed) 2001 Edward Said.. Amartya 2005 Indian traditions and the Western imagination. New York Sheridan. Kuan Yew 1998 From Third World to First: The Singapore story: 1965-2000: memoirs of Lee Kuan Yew. Penguin.S. University of California Press. Orientalism. Edward W. Kishore 2004 Can Asians Think? Understanding the Divide between East and West. London Said. & Margalit. New York Baruma. Avishai 2002. New Delhi: 139-160 Said. Ian. Ian and Avishai. Me Edward Said and Diacritics 2001 [1976] Interview with Edward Said. Turner 1994 Orientalism. New York Mahbubani. Foreign Affairs. Wai Fong 1999 The New Asian Way: Rebuilding Asia Through Selfreliance. Harper & Collins. Ross and Sugimoto. 2001Becoming Japanese : Colonial Taiwan and the Politics of Identity formation. Margalit 2004 Occidentalism: the West in the eyes of its enemies. New Delhi Buruma. Yoshio 1986 Images of Japan: a Study in the Social Construction of Reality. NSW: 1-16 and 293-317 Foong. Postmodernism.Sen. 377-404 Ching. Leo T. Edward Said edited by Patrick Williams. history. London: 329354 Week 2 Seminar Additional readings: Zakaria. ed. Pelandukk Publications. Selangor Darul Ehsan: 271-296 Shin.

Westview Press. New Haven Picq. New York Ponchaud. Princeton University Press. 2007 Failed Mechanism. University of California Press.1 March 24 Dr Paul McShane Sustainability and water management Prescribed Readings: Haya. London: 143-155 Chandler. Yale University Southeast Asia Studies. Yale Center for International and Area Studies. London Week 4. http://www. Alexander L. Hinton’s ‘In the Shadow of Genocide’ Prescribed Reading: Hinton. 2005 Why did they kill? Cambodia in the shadow of genocide. Berkeley.2 March 17 SEMINAR Alexander L. Berkeley: 1-35 Ponchaud. David P. Francois 1989 „Social Change in the Vortex of Revolution‟. New Haven Chandler.1 March 17 Prof David Chandler Terror and History in Pol Pot’s Cambodia Prescribed Reading: Chandler. edited by Karl D. My Son.org/files/Failed_Mechanism_3. B. David 2000 Revolution in Cambodia. Kiernan.internationalrivers. Boulder Chandler. Public Affairs. Free Press. New York. Chandler David 1999 Brother Number One: a political biography of Pol Pot. St. 1976-1977. David P. New York Pin Yathay (with John Man) 1987 Stay Alive. Westview Press. Boulder: 209-225 Week 3. Kiernan. Jackson. Allen Lane. Martin‟s Press. David 2000 Explaining S-21. University of California Press. International Rivers. How CDM is subsidizing hydro developers and harming the Kyoto Protocol.Week 3.pdf 5 . Ben (eds) 1983 Revolution and Its Aftermath in Kampuchea. Ben (eds) 1988 Pol Pot Plans the Future: Confidential Leadership Documents from Democratic Kampuchea. in A History of Cambodia. Cambodia.. Francois 1978 Cambodia Year Zero. Princeton: 151-177 Week 3 Additional readings: Becker Elizabeth 1998 When the War Was Over. 19751978: rendezvous with death. in Voices from S-21: terror and history in Pol Pot’s secret prison.. Laurence 1989 Beyond the Horizon: five years with the Khmer Rouge.

Pluto Press. P. Braadbaart.B. Zhao 2000 Shrinking Farmland in the Pearl River Delta Region. and S. K. Picador. Polity. S. Asian Journal of Political Science 17 (1): 89-118 Swain.B.http://www. Nguyen. African and Asian Studies 7: 191-215 Week 4. V. Lisa 2009 Forest plantations.2 March 24 SEMINAR Different perceptions: Alexander Stille’s Ganges.X. 2009 Edgy Amity along the Mekong: Thai-Lao Relations in a Transforming Regional Equilibrium.R. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 39 (3): 392-353 Lebel. 1997 Policing the Urban Pumping Race: Industrial groundwater overexploitation in Indonesia.internationalrivers.. Louis et al. Haripriya Kull. Alexander 2002 Gange‟s Next Life.T. 2003 Environmental planning and management of the peri-urban interface: perspectives on an emerging field. and Alexander. & Economy: A study of spatial transformation in the Post-Reform Era. Chambers. and regional climate change: controversies surrounding Acacia mearnsii plantations in the upper Palnis Hills. 2008 Contextualising Fisheries Policy in the Lower Mekong Basin. and Braadbaart. International Rivers. edited by Si-Ming Li and Wing-shing Tang. John 2009 Himalayas hydroelectric dam project stopped after scientist on hunger strike against the project almost dies. (eds) 2007 Democratizing water governance in the Mekong. International Rivers. R. London: 107-117 Stille. London: 96122 Week 4 Additional readings: Wong. Political Geography 18: 209–232 Bush.S. in The Future of the Past. O. 2008 Microfinance and Poverty Reduction in the Mekong Delta in Vietnam. Regional Environmental Change 6 . Vandana 2002 Water Wars. 2008 Indians Protest to Stop Dams on Mother Ganga..K.org/en/climate-change/carbon-trading-cdm/failedmechanism-how-cdm-subsidizing-hydro-developers-and-harming-0. Hong Kong: 351-368 Rangan . S.org/en/node/2617 Vidal. V.org/en/node/4266 Bakker Karen 1999 The politics of hydropower: developing the Mekong. 15: 135-148. in China’s Regions. F. Chiang Mai (Chapters 1 and 2: 1-35) Allen. southern India.internationalrivers. The Chinese University Press. Environment and Urbanization. http://www. http://www. Christian A. World Development 25 (2): 199-210 Wong. Vo.internationalrivers. Vandana Shiva water wars Prescribed Readings: Shiva. Mekong Press. A. water availability.

18 (4).com/content/p534k62xl4v72473/ Revi. Week 5 Additional readings: Reder. Lucas.academia. 2008 Climate change risk: an adaptation and mitigation agenda for Indian cities. James New Media and Electoral Democracy Online Opposition in Malaysia and Singapore http://monash. S.Wednesday. Journal of Public Relations. A.1007/s10113-009-0098-4.. June.J..academia. R. A. June.H. J. September 16. 10. 2009.. Gomez. Public Relations Review. 35 (2). & Kim.. pp102-106. J. Kim.Y.edu/JamesGomez/Papers/350751/New_Media_and_Electoral_De mocracy_Online_Opposition_in_Malaysia_and_Singapore Gomez.. 35 (2). James 2008 Online Opposition in Singapore: Communications Outreach Without Electoral Gain. pp313-333.springerlink. Waters. James Social Media and Opposition Parties Networking for Singapore‟s General Elections http://monash. http://www.D. pp123-126. Environment and Urbanization 20: 207-229 Week 5. K.2 March 31 SEMINAR New Media and Democracy Prescribed Reading: Seo. James Dumbing down democracy trends in internet regulation surveillance and control in Asia http://monash.. 2009 Global Activism and New Media: A study of Transnational NGOs‟ Online Public Relations.. H. Journal of Contemporary Asia. Burnett. Yang.edu/JamesGomez/Papers/382122/Social_Media_and_Opposition _Parties_Networking_for_Singapores_General_Elections Week 5.38 (4):59-612 7 .edu/JamesGomez/Papers/116683/Dumbing_down_democracy_tr ends_in_internet_regulation_surveillance_and_control_in_Asia Gomez. Oct.1 March 31 Dr James Gomez New Media and Human Rights Prescribed Reading: Gomez. 2009 Engaging stakeholders through social networking: How nonprofit organizations are using Facebook. E. B.. Public Relations Review.academia. © Springer-Verlag 2009. Lamm. 2006 How Activist Groups Use Websites in Media Relations: Evaluating Online Press Rooms.

WHO on Avian Flu: http://www.1 May 19 Dr Tikky Wattanapenpaiboon The burden of disease Prescribed Reading: Lopez. Jan/Feb: 38-43. Ezzati. C. Oxford Gillespie. Lawrence 2001 Attacking the Double Burden of Malnutrition in Asia and the Pacific. Germs. Michael J. Diamond. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. The Biological Expansion of Europe.Week 6. 2011. Washington DC: 1-13 Wahlqvist ML.. London: 195-214. Manila and International Food Policy Research Institute. Majid. Stuart and Haddad. Allen & Unwin. Alfred 1993 (1986) Ecological Imperialism. J. Food and Health Systems in Australia and New Zealand. Crows Nest. L. Public health nutrition: Population and food policy. and Roche. D. Oxford University Press. Mathers. T. Blackwell Science..int/csr/disease/avian_influenza/en/ www.2 May 19 SEMINAR Ecological Imperialism and the origin of germ diseases Prescribed Reading: Crosby.who. Mathers. M. 2006 Bug Bloggers. Ezzati. in Global Burden of Disease and Risk Factors. 900-1900. in Food and Nutrition.. Ian A.1990–2001.. and Steel: the fates of human societies. Food and Health Systems in Australia and New Zealand. DC. Lawrence 2001 Attacking the Double Burden of Malnutrition in Asia and the Pacific. C. Helen M.who. 3rd ed. S. Christopher J. Macdonald. Food and Nutrition. L. Stuart and Haddad. Asian Development Bank. Murray. NSW: 92-105. Week 6. Manila and International Food Policy Research Institute.int/csr/disease/avian_influenza/avianinfluenza_factsheetJan2006/en Wahlqvist ML. 3rd ed. Random House. Cambridge: 8-40. 1998 Guns. 2011. edited by Lopez. Alan D.D. Asian Development Bank.. Washington Gillespie. (eds) 2003 Nutrition and Metabolism.D. Cambridge University Press.. A. Week 6 Additional readings: Harris. Jamison. Crows Nest. ed. Murray. Dean T. Washington.. Jamison. NSW: 92-105.. Vintage. 2006 Measuring the Global Burden of Disease and Risk Factors. edited by Mark L Wahlqvist. Washington 8 . Gibney. Colin D. Allen & Unwin. J. World Bank Publications..

Australian Journal of International Affairs. Bruce Forthcoming Whither Taiwanization? The Colonization.2 April 14 SEMINAR Soft Authoritarianism and Human Rights Prescribed Reading: Roy.org/pdf/KVEO/KVEO_Front_matters_final_printed. 2009 When Is Housing an Environmental problem? Reforming Informality in Kathmandu. Bruce 1998 Democratisation in Taiwan.pdf 9 . Bruce Jacobs China as seen from Taiwan Prescribed Reading: Jacobs.multilingual/default. Andrea Di Castro Asian cities: heritage and sustainability Prescribed Reading: Rademacher.1 April 21 Dr A.org/documents.Roundtable. Bruce 2008 Local Politics in Rural Taiwan under Dictatorship and Democracy. Monash University.unep.org/current. CT Jacobs.Week 7. 4 (December): 460-477 Week 8. A.asp?documentid=498&articleid=5500& l=en# . July: 1624 (http://asiapolicy. Monash Asia Institute. 8.html ) Week 7. Occasional Paper 1. Norwalk. Centre of East Asian Studies. 62.unep. Asian Survey 34 (3): 231242 Dallmayr. EastBridge. Bruce 2008 Taiwan: Changes and Challenges. No. Philosophy East and West 52 (2): 173-189 Tu Weming 2001 The Ecological Turn in New Confucian Humanism: Implications for China and the World. Vol. Denny 1994 China and the „Soft Authoritarian Challenge‟. Democratization and Taiwanization of Taiwan (Manuscript) Jacobs. Current Anthropology 50: 513-533 International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD). Asia Policy .nbr.The full document can be downloaded at : http://www. Fred 2002 „Asian Values‟ and Global Human Rights. Bruce 2009 A Longitudinal Examination toward understanding What Constitutes a Healthy Approach to balance in the Taiwan Strait. Ministry of Environment. Daedalus 130 (4): 243-264 Week 7 Additional readings: Jacobs. Science and Technology (MoEST) & United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) 2007 The Kathmandu Valley Environment Outlook http://www. Clayton Jacobs.1 April 14 Prof.

Oxford: 44-47 Kohl. APT Bulletin 33 (2/3): 65-69 Shaw. and Fawcett. Philip L.pdf Spodeck. Smith. London. and the Practice of Archaeology.org/documents/publi_wh_papers_09_en.unesco.pdf Week 8. Politics. 2009. London.http://www. New York. in Case Studies in Archaeology and World Religion. J 2002 Newari Water-Supply Systems in Nepal‟s Kathmandu Valley. International Journal of Cultural Property 13: 351-360 World Heritage Centre 2004 Partnerships for World Heritage Cities: Culture as a Vector for Sustainable Urban Development. London: 229-239 Wines.unesco.com/2009/05/28/world/asia/28kashgar. T. P. Coulter-Smith and M. London. Routledge. Peter and Lowenthal. Picador. 1990 The Politics of the Past.nytimes. 2000 Ayodhya‟s sacred landscape: ritual memory. International Journal of Cultural Property13: 207-233 Turner. politics and archaeology. China Moves to Raze It. Laurajane 2004 Archaeological Theory and the Politics of Cultural Heritage.html?pagewanted=1&_r=4&th& emc=th Week 8 Additional readings: Loulanski. Unwin Hyman. http://www.org/en/series/9/ http://whc. 2009 To Protect an Ancient City. Stille. Cambridge.unep. BAR International Series 755.2 April 21 SEMINAR Cultural heritage and postmodernism Prescribed Reading: Holtorf. David (eds).org/pdf/KVEO/KVEO_final_pg_51_to_134. World Heritage Series n°9 http://whc. 2006 Revising the Concept for Cultural Heritage: The Argument for a Functional Approach. Clare (eds) 1995 Nationalism. Boston. Owen. May 27.org/pdf/KVEO/KVEO_final_pg_1_to_50. Nandini 1999 Ayodhya and the Ethics of Archaeology. edited by Timothy Insoll. Art in the Age of Terrorism. The New York Times. 10 . 2006 What is Heritage Good For?.pdf http://www. J. Paul Olberton Publishing. M. edited by G. Cambridge University Press. Alexander 2002 The Future of the Past.unep. Cornelius 2005 Iconoclasm: The Destruction and Loss of Heritage Reconsidered. Antiquity 74: 693-700 Rao. Gathercole.

Isaacson & C. 2002 Islam and politics in the New Indonesia. 2005 http://www.hindu. Gregory J. Institute for Southeast Asian Studies.‟ in Malaysia: Recent trends and challenges. New York Terrorists storm Ayodhya complex – The Hindu.2 May 12 SEMINAR Mahathir and Islam Hadhari Prescribed Reading: Chong. Curzon Richmond. edited by Francis Loh K. Routledge.) 1994 Who Needs the Past? Indigenous Values and Archaeology. London.W. Amrita 2003 The PAS-BN Conflict in the 1990s: Islamism and modernity. Saw and K. Singapore: 236-267 Syed Ahmad H. Singapore: 26-45 Mahathir bin Mohamad 2005 Islam’s Forsaken Renaissance. Norani. Kesavapany.H. Transaction Publishers New Brunswick:1-94 Martinez. Hooker and O.Layton. edited by K. in Malaysia: Islam. Wednesday.com/2005/07/06/stories/2005070612430100. 2002 Muslim politics and the discourse on democracy. Patricia 2001 The Islamic State or the State of Islam in Malaysia.theamericanmuslim. Robert (ed. Singapore: 256-277 Malhi. Jul 06. Contemporary Southeast Asia 23 (3): 474-504 Week 10. http://www. Rubinstein.. edited by V. the Islamic State and Hudud Laws. T. Nathan and Mohammad Hashim Kamali. and Khoo B. Terrence 2006 The emerging politics of Islam Hadhari. Surrey 11 . in Democracy in Malaysia: Discourses and practices.htm Week 9 May 5 LONG ESSAY WRITING – NON TEACHING WEEK Week 10. Online edition of India's National Newspaper. Shad Saleem 2005 The Malaysian Constitution. in Islam in Asia.1 May 12 Dr Sven Schottmann Democracy and Islam in South-East Asia Prescribed Reading: Barton. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.S. edited by S.Additional readings: Faruqi. edited by J. in Islam in Southeast Asia.php/features/articles/islams_forsaken_renaissance /0015426 Week 10.org/tam. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. Society and Politics.

Princeton. NJ: chapters 1-2 12 .nl/files/Review_16/Review_165. accessed April 18th 2007 Week 11.N. Princeton University Press Ahmad. in Time Warps. Paul R 1999 Secularism Out of Its Place. Delhi: 11-43 Smith. N. Priinceton.): 14-24 Nandy. New Delhi: 359-380 Jacobsohn.pdf. Madan. Ashis 1999 The Twilight of Certitudes: Secularism.J.isim. in Tradition.Weiss. Pluralism and Identity: Essays in Honour of T.1 April 7 Dr Irfan Ahmad Indian Secularism Prescribed Reading: Ahmad. Journal of Democracy. Ashis 2002 The Politics of Secularism and the Recovery of Religious Tolerance. Irfan Secularizing Secularism. Singapore Bayat. 14 (4). in Revolutionaries and reformers: Contemporary Islamist movements in the Middle East. Seminar. The changing shape of Islamic politics in Malaysia. 1 Sen.S. 314 (Oct. New Delhi: 401-420 Ganguly. Pluralism and Identity: Essays in Honour of T. Gary G.2 April 15 SEMINAR Ashis Nandi and Indian Secularism Prescribed Reading: Nandy.: 11-25 Brass. Meredith L. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. Rubin.: chap.resetdoc. Irfan 2009 Introduction in. Donald E. Islamism and Democracy in India: The Transformation of Jamaat-e-Islami.(http://www. State University of New York Press Albany: 191-206 K. edited by Kaushik Basu and Sanjay Subrahmanyam. Charles 2003 Liberal Islam: prospects and challenges. Ashis 1985 An Anti-Secularist Manifesto . edited by Veena Das et al. Oct. in Tradition. Islam in Southeast Asia.N.org/story/00000021320) Week 11.H. Hindu Nationalism and Other masks of Deculturation. Kamali (eds). Amartya 1997 Secularism and its Discontents. Rutgers University Press. Nathan and M.Princeton. edited by B. edited by Veena Das et al. in Unravelling the Nation: Sectarian Conflict and India’s Secular Identity. New Brunswick. NJ: 61-88 Week 11 Additional readings: Nandy. Asef 2005 What is post-Islamism?‟ http://www. 2003 The Wheel of Law: Indian Secularism in Comparative Constitutional Context. 1963 India as a Secular State. Sumit 2003 The Crisis of Indian Secularism. Journal of East Asian Studies 4 (1): 139-173 Kurzman. Madan.

Thierry and Räther. University of California Press. London: 1-33 Smith. M. Berkeley: 81-84 Amy Heller and Anne-Marie Blondeau 2008 What is the policy adopted by China regarding traditional Tibetan culture?. Heinz 2001 Imagining Tibet: Between Shangri-la and Feudal Oppression.-M. in Imagining Tibet: Perceptions. B. and Teufel Dreyer. Robert 2008 What were the conditions regarding human rights in Tibet before democratic reform. Berkeley: xvi – xxi Barnett. J.. in Imagining Tibet: Perceptions. Dodin and H. New York Barnett. Tibetan Exiles versus the People’s Republic of China (Histories and Strategies: 154-157. Armonk: 3-22 Week 12 Additional readings: Powers. K. 2006 Introduction. and Buffetrille. A. B. Westview Press Dodin. Donald 2008 Foreword.Week 12. edited by Blondeau. Packaging Historical „Truths: 157 – 162).-M.-M. in Blondeau. T. Sharpe. A. in Authenticating Tibet: Answers to China's 100 Questions. John 2004 History as Propaganda: Tibetan Exiles versus the People’s Republic of China.2 May 27 SEMINAR Interpreting Tibet’s History Prescribed Reading: Lopez. The Struggle for Tibet. in. W. (eds) Authenticating Tibet: Answers to China's 100 Questions. John 2004 History as Propaganda. Berkeley: 209211 Sautman. edited by Sautman. edited by T. and Shakya. edited by T. and Teufel Dreyer. Räther. Projections and Fantasies. A. edited by Blondeau. W. Oxford University Press.1 May 27 Dr David Templeman The Tibetan Question in current times Prescribed Reading: Huber.. and Buffetrille. J. in Lixiong. in Authenticating Tibet: Answers to China's 100 Questions. Dodin and H. and Buffetrille. Toni 2001 Shangri-la in Exile: Representations of Tibetan Identity and Transnational Culture.E. Verso. New York: 3-27 (plus notes: 163-168) Week 12. 1996 Tibetan Nation: A History of Tibetan Nationalism and Sino-Tibetan Relations. Boston Wisdom Publications: 391-416 13 . Boston Wisdom Publications: 357-371 Powers. Oxford University Press. Contemporary Tibet: Politics. Räther. K. Projections and Fantasies.. Robert 2009 Introduction. University of California Press. University of California Press. Development and Society in a Disputed Region. K.

P. Pimlico. Kishore disagrees with Samuel Huntington about the latter‟s argument on „The Clash of Civilizations‟? At least 1/3 of your essay should explain which author you agree with and why. Foreign Affairs. Kishore Mahbubani 1993 “The dangers of decadence: what the rest can teach the West” (Responses to S. Sept-Oct. Huntington's “The Clash of Civilizations?”). London REMINDER OF DUE DATES FOR ASSESSED WORK AND EXAM 24 March 2010: SHORT ESSAY DUE OF 1500 words Write a short essay explaining why Mahbubani.Shakya. „The Clash of Civilizations‟. T. 1999 The Dragon in the Land of Snows. Samuel Huntington 1993. Summer. 12 May 2010: long essay due of about 4000 words Students will devise their own topics upon consultation with staff involved in the unit 9 June 2010 5pm to 7pm: exam 14 . Foreign Affairs.