The 2nd Indonesia – Japan Scientific Forum: Workshop and Symposium on Japanese Studies 2019

Background and Objectives

Before the Western arrival with modern ships to islands in the Pacific Ocean, trade relations and cultural exchanges between the Asian continent (China, India) and “archipelago” had been established. Chinese traders and scholars entered the Japanese islands through the Korean peninsula, while Indian traders and scholars came to Indonesia through the Malacca peninsula. The evidence of the relationship between the “continent” and “archipelago” can be found in the culture, literature, and ancient buildings throughout our country.

How, then, was the Japanese and Indonesian relationship built? Not only is the discovery of a Javanese Kris in Okinawa, but also the sending of a Sumatran elephant as a gift to the shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu at the beginning of the 15th century (Muromachi Period) in Obama Fukui have provided sufficient evidence of a relationship having existed between these two nations for centuries. Likewise, the discovery of fishing villages of Japanese descent in the North Sulawesi region proves that Japanese fishermen arrived in the Indonesian archipelago many years ago.

This activity aims to provide a sharing space for Indonesian, Japanese and other researchers in discussing the relationship between Indonesia, Japan, and other countries in the past, present, and future. By conducting this activity, we expect that the international relationship between researchers will be bettered, allowing high quality future research of great use to society to be shared.

Theme

Crossing the Ocean to Discover the Roots of an Archipelago’s Culture and Literature

海を越え、「島国」の文化と文学のルーツを見つけ出す

Place and Time

1. Workshop and Public Lecture:

Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Airlangga Surabaya

Monday, August 12, 2019 (10:30 AM to 1:00 PM)

2. Symposium:

Faculty of Humanities, Udayana University Denpasar

Ibis Styles Bali Denpasar (Jl. Teuku Umar No. 183 Denpasar Bali)

Tuesday, August 13, 2019 (09:00 AM to 5:00 PM)

 

Paper Submission Requirements for Presenters

  1. The theme of the paper may be chosen freely (Language, Literature, Intellectual History, or Japanese Culture)
  2. Paper and Presentation Languages: Japanese, Indonesian, English
  3. Japanese Papers: Free style, Mincho 10.5, 6000-7000 characters

(Please also write the title in English)

English and Indonesian Papers: Free style, Times New Roman 10.5, 6000 words

Write your full name, institution, and e-mail

All abstracts are to be in English; Times New Roman 10.5, 200 words, 5 keywords.

  1. Schedule of Abstract and Paper Submission

Abstract                                                                  : Sunday, May 5, 2019   End

Announcement of the selection result            : Sunday, May 12, 2019

Full Paper Submission                                        : Sunday, June 16, 2019

  1. Except invited speakers, all the Indonesian presenters must pay a participation fee of Rp. 1.500.000 (including for accommodation 2 nights, proceeding, and lunch). The registration fee for overseas presenters is 11,000  yen (For accommodation 1 night, proceeding, and lunch). The participant can pay the participation fee during registration.
  2. The presenter’s full paper will be compiled in the proceedings (with ISBN). Presenters who do not wish to submit a full paper for publication should contact the organizing committee as soon as possible to make the necessary arrangements.
  3. E-mail addresses for abstract and paper submission:

Indonesian participants: ijsforum@gmail.com

Foreign participants: antoniusrpujopurnomo@gmail.com

Accommodation Information:

The official accommodation is at Ibis Styles Bali Denpasar (Jl. Teuku Umar No. 183 Denpasar Bali). Please contact the committee ‘s e-mail address for the  reservation.

 

 

第二回インドネシア日本学術フォーラム

国際日本学ワークショップ及びシンポジウム2019

 

背景と趣旨

太平洋の島々へ近代的な西洋の船が到着する前に、アジア大陸(中国、インド)と「島国」の間の貿易関係及び文化交流が確立されていました。中国の人々は貿易及び知的交流のため朝鮮半島経由で日本列島に到達し、一方インドとインドネシアの貿易と知的交流は、マラッカ半島を通じて盛んでした。「大陸」と「島国」の交流の痕跡は、現在においても我々の文化、文学、そして国中の古代の建物を通じて確認することができます。

それでは、日本とインドネシアの関係はどのように構築されたのでしょうか。沖縄でジャワの短剣「クリス」の発見だけではなく、15世紀(室町時代)に足利義満将軍へ献上するため、福井県小浜市に運ばれたスマトラ象という史話は、何世紀にも及ぶ二国間の深い関係の十分な証拠でしょう。同様に、インドネシアのスラウェシ島北部で日系漁師たちの集落が発見されたことも、日本の漁師たちが遥か昔にインドネシアの島々に到着していたことを証明するものです。

本大会は、インドネシア、日本、及びその他の国々の研究者が過去、現在、そして未来の関係について話し合う場を提供することを目的としています。本大会を行うことによって、研究者たちの国際的な知的交流がより深まり、研究の質の向上、そして社会にとって有意義な研究内容の共有されることが期待されます。

 

大会テーマ:海を越え、「島国」の文化と文学のルーツを見つけ出す

 

大会日時及び場所:

A.ワークショップ及び講演会

  2019年8月12日(月曜日)

  インドネシア共和国 アイルランガ大学人文学部 (スラバヤ市)  

B.国際シンポジウム

  (個人発表及びパネル発表)

  2019年8月13日(火曜日)

  インドネシア共和国 ウダヤナ大学人文学部 (デンパサール市)

  イビス スタイルズ バリ デンパサール

  Jl. Teuku Umar No. 183 Denpasar Bali

 

発表者の応法資格

1.発表テーマは自由 (分野:日本語、日本文学、思想史、日本文化)

2.発表及び原稿の使用言語:日本語、英語、インドネシア語(どれかを選択すること)

3.日本語の原稿:フリースタイル、明朝10.5、6000-7000字 (英文タイトルも要提出)

  英語及びインドネシア語の原稿:フリースタイル、Times New Roman 10.5、6000単語

  発表者の氏名(漢字及びローマ字表記)、所属先、メールアドレスを明記

  すべての発表原稿に英文要旨(Abstract)200wordとキーワード(5wordまで)を作成すること

4.応募の閉め切り

  日本語及び英文の要旨              :2019年5月5日 (日曜日) 終了

  可否の通知                                 :2019年5月12日(日曜日)

  発表原稿(予稿集用)                   :2019年6月16日 (日曜日)

5.招待者を除いてすべての発表者は、参加費として、インドネシア人の場合は1.500.000ルピア、日本人及び外国人の場合は、1万1000円をお支払下さい。参加費は、宿泊代(国内からの発表者の場合は2泊、海外の発表者は一泊を含め)、予稿集の発行及び食事代のために使います。

6.発表原稿は予稿集として発行する予定です(ISBN付)。ただし不掲載を希望する場合は、事前に御連絡いただければ認められます

7.要旨及び原稿の送り先は以下の通り:

  国内の発表者:ijsforum@gmail.com

  海外の発表者:antoniusrpujopurnomo@gmail.com

 

大会の情報及び宿泊情報の提供

発表者及び参加者の宿泊先のおすすめは、Hotel Ibis Styles Bali Denpasar (Jl. Teuku Umar No. 183 Denpasar Bali)。ご予約は、実行委員会のメールまでお問合せください。

 

 

 

 

PANEL DISCUSSIONS TIME TABLE

  1. Workshop
Siti Parwati Main Hall 2F, Friday, September 14, 2018 (13.15-15.00)

Moderator: Antonius R. Pujo Purnomo, Ph. D.

Presenter, Title of Presentation Time
Introduction to Kanbun

TAKAHASHI Yasuhiro, Ph. D. (Tohoku University)

13.15 – 14.00
Natsume Soseki’s Letters

SONEHARA Satoshi, Ph. D.(Tohoku University)

14.00 – 15.00

 

  1. Inter-universities Joint Research Presentation Forum
Siti Parwati Main Hall 2F, Friday, September 14, 2018 (15.15-17.00)

Moderator: Syahrur Marta Dwisusilo, Ph. D.

Presenter, Title of Presentation Time
Wagahai wa Neko de aru: Soseki, Nietzsche, and the Dialogue on Some Ideas in Meiji Period Joice A. Setyawan, Sri Ratnawati, M.Hum., Rouli Esther Pasaribu, Ph. D. (Universitas Indonesia) 15.15 – 15.30
Characterazion of the Main Character of Novel “Sanshiro” and “Botchan” by Natsume Soseki Khadzifah Rahmanila, Antonius R. Pujo Purnomo, Ph. D. (Universitas Airlangga) 15.30 – 15.45
Matahara Mondai in Young Japanese Women View: A Case Study of Six Osaka Universities Female Students Zuriyatus Safitri Wulandari, Putri Elsy, M.Si. (Universitas Airlangga) 15.45 – 16.00
Nuclear Nation, The Land of Hope : The Anti-Nuclear Messages through Popular Media

Hana Melinda, Himawan Pratama, M. Si. (Universitas Indonesia)

16.00 – 16.15

 

Commercialization of History Naration Through Popular Culture: The Case Study of Touken Ranbu the Musical “Bakumatsu Tenrouden”

Irayna Putri, Himawan Pratama, M. Si. (Universitas Indonesia)

16.15 – 16.30
Panel Discussion 16.30 – 17.00

 

  1. Keynote Speakers

 

Siti Parwati Main Hall 2F, Saturday, September 15, 2018 (09.45-11.30)

Moderator: Antonius R. Pujo Purnomo, Ph. D.

Presenter, Title of Presentation Time
The Idea of ‘nation of God’ in the Pre-modern Era Japan and Toshogu SONEHARA Satoshi, Ph. D. (Tohoku University). 9.45 – 10.00
A Comparative Perspective on the Social Role of the Sokushinbutsu

MORRIS Jon, Ph. D. (Komazawa Womens University)

10.00 – 10.15
Introduction to Confucianism Learning: How to Begin?

TAKAHASHI Yasuhiro, Ph. D. (Higashi Nippon International University)

10.15 – 10.30
The Hare from Oki: A Reinterpretation of “the White Hare of Inaba” CARLQVIST Anders, Ph. D. (Iwate University) 10.30 – 10.45
The Wisdom of Local Civilization: The Case in Java

KATO Hisanori, Ph. D. (Chuo University).

10.45 – 11.00
Panel Discussion 11.00 – 11.30

 

  1. Invited and Regular Presenter

D-1 Japanese History and Literature Studies

Siti Parwati Main Hall 2F, Saturday, September 15, 2018 (13.00-16.00)

Moderator: Moh. Gandhi A., M. A., Tia Saraswati, M. Hum.

Presenter, Title of Presentation Time
Research on Murakami Haruki’s All God’s Children Can Dance and Super Frog Saves Tokyo Dian Annisa Nur Ridha, Ph. D. Cand. (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)     13.00 – 13.15
Inter-textual Study on Novel Jepun Negerinya Hiroko (JNH) and Kuantar Ke Gerbang (KKG) Dr. Jourike Jeane Runtuwarouw, M. Pd. (Manado State University) 13.15 – 13.30
The Lifestyle of I-Turn and U-Turn Community and social Change: Sociological Study on the Novel Shima wa Bokura to by Tsujimura Mizuki  Wahyu H. S., M. A. (Universitas Gadjah Mada) 13.30 – 13.45

 

Indonesia from the Japanese Scholars Perspective in Early 1900s: Focusing on Nitobe Inazo and Takegoshi Yosaburo’s Thoughts

Antonius R. Pujo Purnomo, Ph. D. (Universitas Airlangga)

14.00 – 14.15
Surabaya During Toko Jepang Era (1890s-1942): Karayuki-san, Japansche Handelsmuseum and Toko Chiyoda

Meta Sekar Puji Astuti, Ph. D. (Hasanuddin University)

14.40 – 14.55
Pan-Asianism in Minami no Shima mo Mukashibanashi: An Analysis of Memory in Japanese Travel Writing of Indonesia

Akmal Jaya, M. A. (Ngudi Waluyo University)

14.55 – 15.10
Mobilization and Mobility of Asano Akira in Java

Syahrur Marta Dwisusilo, Ph. D. (Universitas Airlangga)

15.10 – 15.25

 

D-2 Japanese Teaching and Linguistics Studies

Multi Media 2F, Saturday, September 15, 2018 (13.00-16.00)

Moderator: Adis Kusumawati, M. Hum, Parwati Hadi Noorsanti, M. Pd.

Presenter, Title of Presentation Time
Applied Linguistic Contribution in Cultural Literacy: Strategy for Mastering Japanese Text

Tatang Hariri, Ph. D. (Universitas Gadjah Mada)

13.00 – 13.15
Ellipsis as One of Cohesion Tools in Japanese Discourse

Nadya Inda Syartanti, M. Si. (Brawijaya University)

13.15 – 13.30
Positioning Qualifier as Jodoushi in Japanese Language Teaching

Roni, Ph. D (Surabaya State University)

13.30 – 13.45
Business Japanese Learning for Indonesian Students

S. I. Trahutami, M. Hum, Reny Wiyatasari, M. Hum. (Diponegoro University)

13.45 – 14.00
The Eufimism in Kamigata Rakugo’s Humorous Story Telling

Nalti Novianti, M. Si. (Bina Nusantara University).

14.40 – 14.55
Traditional Wisdom Through Japanese Proverbs Teaching

I Gede Oeinada, M. Hum. (Udayana University)

14.55 – 15.10
The Use of English Elements in Gyarugo

Wiwik Retno Handayani, Dr. Cand. (Universitas Gadjah Mada)

15.10 – 15.15
Preliminary Study on the Presentation of Unchanged Term “Mama” from Edo Era to Taisho Era

Dwi Aggoro Hadiutomo, Ph. D. (Universitas Airlangga)

15.15-15.30

 

D-3 Japanese Social and Cultural Studies

Chairil Anwar 2F, Saturday, September 15, 2018 (13.00-16.00)

Moderator: Putri Elsy, M. Si., Rahaditya Puspa Kirana, M. Hum.

Presenter, Title of Presentation Time
The Significance of Funeral Ceremony in Jinja Shinto Perspective—from the Case of Takekoma Shrine

Alimansyar, Ph. D. (University of Sumatra Utara).

13.00 – 13.15
The Narrative of Multiculturalism and the Position of “The West” within Japanese Popular Culture: A Study Case of “Yuri!!! On Ice”

Himawan Pratama, M. Si. (Universitas Indonesia)

13.15 – 13.30
Otoko wa Tsurai: Masculinity, Men, and Oppression in Three Contemporary Japanese Television Dramas

Rouli Esther Pasaribu, Ph. D. (Universitas Indonesia)

13.30 – 13.45
Coffee and Japanese Urban Lifestyle

Upik Sarjiati, M. A. (Indonesian Scientific Institute- LIPI)

14.40 – 14.55
Cool Japan: Creative Industry as Economic Booster of Japan

Hamdan N. Rosyida, M. Si. and Nadya I. Syartanti, M. Si. (Brawijaya University)

14.55 – 15.10

 

Note:

09.00 – 09.30 Opening Ceremony (Siti Parwati Main Hall 2F)

11.30 – 13.00 Lunch

14.20 – 14.40 Coffee Break

16.00 – 16.30 Closing Ceremony (Siti Parwati Main Hall 2F)

 

※ Time allocation for each presenters (Invited and Regular Presenter) is 15 minutes for presenting paper and 15 minutes for every group discussion.

 

Presenter List of The Symposium

 

Invited Presenters (Japan)

No

Name and the Title of Paper

1 SONEHARA Satoshi, Ph. D. (Tohoku University)                                              The Thought of the Land of Gods in Pre-modern Japan and the Existence of Toshogu
2 MORRIS Jon, Ph. D. (Komazawa Womens University)                                         A Comparative Perspective on the Social Role of the Sokushinbutsu
3 TAKAHASHI Yasuhiro, Ph. D. (Higashi Nippon International University) Introduction to Confucianism learning
4 CARLQVIST Anders, Ph. D. (Iwate University)                                                       Oki Islands in Japanese Mythology
5 KATO Hisanori, Ph. D. (Chuo University)                                                            The Wisdom of Local Civilization: The Case in Java

 

Invited Presenters (Indonesia)

No

Name and the Title of Paper

1 Alimansyar, Ph. D. (North Sumatra University) The Significance of Funeral Ceremony in Jinja Shinto Perspective—from the Case of Takekoma Shrine
2 Rouli Esther Pasaribu, Ph. D. (University of Indonesia)                            Otoko wa Tsurai: Masculinity, Men, and Oppression in Three Contemporary Japanese Television Dramas
3 Amaliatun Saleha, Ph. D. (Padjadjaran University)                               Reviving The Meaning of Traditions in Contemporary Japanese Literature
4 Tatang Hariri, Ph. D. (Gadjah Mada University)                                       Applied Linguistic Contribution in Cultural Literacy: Strategy for Mastering Japanese Text Without Title
5 Meta Sekar Puji Astuti, Ph. D. (Hassanudin University)                           Surabaya During Toko Jepang Era (1890s-1942): Karayuki-san, Japansche Handelsmuseum and Toko Chiyoda
6 Roni, Ph. D. (Surabaya State University)                                                Positioning Qualifier as Jodoushi  (助動詞) in Japanese Language Teaching
7 Antonius R. Pujo Purnomo, Ph. D. (Universitas Airlangga)               Indonesia from the Japanese Scholars Perspective in Early 1900s: Focusing on Nitobe Inazo and Takegoshi Yosaburo’s Thoughts
9 Syahrur Marta Dwisusilo, Ph. D. (Universitas Airlangga)                      Mobilization and Mobility of Asano Akira in Java

 

Regular Presenters

No

Name and the Title of Paper

1 I Gede Oeinada, M. Hum. (Udayana University)                                               The Teaching of Japanese Proverbs with the Meaning of Traditional Wisdoms
2 Wiwik Retno Handayani, Ph. D. Cand. (Gadjah Mada University)               The Use of English Elements in Gyarugo
3 S. I. Trahutami, M. Hum, Reny Wiyatasari, M. Hum. (Diponegoro University) Business Japanese Learning for Indonesian Vocational Education Students
4 Nalti Novianti, M. Si. (Bina Nusantara University)                                         The Eufimism in Kamigata Rakugo’s Humorous Story Telling
5 Akmal Jaya, M. Hum (Ngudi Waluyo University)                                            Pan-Asianism in Minami no Shima mo Mukashibanashi: An Analysis of Memory in Japanese Travel Writing of Indonesia
6 Upik Sarjiati, M. A. (Indonesia Scientific Research Center- LIPI)          Coffee and Japanese Urban Life Style
7 Wahyu Handayani Setyaningsih, M. Hum. (Gadjah Mada University) The Lifestyle of I-Turn and U-Turn Community and social Change: Sociological Study on the Novel Shima wa Bokura to by Tsujimura Mizuki
8 Nadya Inda Syartanti, M. Si. (Brawijaya University)                                 Ellipsis as One of Cohesion Tools in Japanese Discourse
9 Hamdan Nafiatur Rosyida, M. Si. and Nadya Inda Syartanti, M. Si. (Brawijaya University) Cool Japan: Creative Industry as Economic Booster of Japan
10 Bayu Bagus Mahendra (Gadjah Mada University)  A Study on Language Transfer from Indonesian Language in Japanese Language Learning—Focusing on Intransitive Verbs and Transitive Verbs—
11 Joice Anastasia Setyawan, Rouli Esther Pasaribu, Ph. D. (University of Indonesia) The Uncanny: Kajian Intertekstualitas Cerpen Yume Juu ya (1908) Karya Natsume Soseki dalam Film Yume (1990) Karya Akira Kurosawa
12 Himawan Pratama, M. Si. (University of Indonesia)   The Narrative of Multiculturalism and the Position of “The West” within Japanese Popular Culture: A Study Case of “Yuri!!! On Ice”
13 Hana Melinda, Himawan Pratama, M. Si. (University of Indonesia) Nuclear Nation, The Land of Hope: Anti-nuclear Messages in the Popular Media
14 Irayna Putri, Himawan Pratama, M. Si. (University of Indonesia)   Commercialization of Historical Narratives Through Popular Culture: Case Study from the Musical Drama of Touken Ranbu (Bakumatsu Tenrouden)
15 Jourike Jeane Runtuwarouw, M. Hum. (Manado State University) Inter-textual Study on Novel Jepun Negerinya Hiroko (JNH) with Kuantar Ke Gerbang (KKG)
16 Ramdhini Nur Azizah, Rizki Andini, Ph. D. (Universitas Airlangga)   Cognitive Methaphore on Onomatopoeia Boro-boro in the Meeting of Japanese Parliamentary
17 Miranda Caradea Aviescha, Antonius R. Pujo Purnomo, Ph. D. (Universitas Airlangga) Kaneko Misuzu’s Life Through Her Poetry
18 Dian Annisa Nur Ridha, Ph. D. Cand. (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies) Research on Murakami Haruki’s “All God’s Children Can Dance” and “Super Frog Saves Tokyo”
19 Tran Thi Thuc, M. A. (Vietnam National University) Sand as Destruction or as People’s Source of Life: Case Study of Abe Kobo’s the Woman in the Dunes—from a Novel to a Film Version