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|Agenda||:||Monday,04 October 2021 - Tuesday,05 October 2021|
Southeast Asian studies have matured in Western centres and have evolved considerably in the scholarly literature on international relations which continue seeing Southeast Asia as an un(differentiated) object of study. In response, even given the fact that no other region on the globe is more diverse than Southeast Asia, against external forces, Southeast Asian member countries have agreed to establish ASEAN -- the Association of Southeast-East Asian Nations -- community in 1967. Hence, it encounters rough roads in realizing a greater regional integration with its own considerable staggering problems and domestic fluctuations. To name a few, Asian Economic Community (AEC) is at its critical crossroads, ASEAN also has limited success due to its own non-interference norm and has its institutional nadir in political and security environment towards Myanmar coup and Thailand Junta shaping and slipping democracy into crisis.
Southeast Asia Conference on Media, Cinema and Art 2021 calls for scholars and multiple participants to present their current works on the umbrella topic “Rediscovering Southeast Asia Amidst Its Multi-layered Burdens”.
This Conference would be consist of three Panels, such as :
1. The Fate of Journalism in The Region: Between Freedom, Security and Responsibility
As a dynamic region, Southeast Asia plays a crucial role in the developments of media and journalism. The rapid development of digital technology, without a doubt, has also brought opportunities for increasing more communication channels. The effects of distributions in communication and media during the COVID-19, however, led to the spread of misinformation. Although instability prevails in almost every country in the region, the media and journalism become a substantial actor in the stage of the health crisis, yet there are still confronting numerous external and internal influences. Journalism in Southeast Asia today is in the midst of the triangle of freedom, security, and responsibility. In this session, we will be discussed these conditions from a practical and academic perspective.
2. Envisioning New Landscape of Southeast Asian Cinema
This session will explore and examine new developments as well as challenges of Southeast Asian cinema in the light of the evolving digital technology and current crisis while carefully taking into account the distinctive socio-political, cultural and historical contexts of the region.
3. Art(ist) and Change on the Scene of Crisis
Art and artists aptly demonstrate the melody of human lives throughout the crisis, including in this Covid 19 global outbreak. This panel explores how art and artists play roles in times of crisis.
Organizers by Center for Southeast Asian Social Studies (CESASS) UGM
The Performing Arts and Visual Arts Studies (PSPSR), Graduate School-UGM
Department of Communication Studies (DIKOM) Faculty of Social and Political Sciences-UGM