1. Maasai
    • Bruner and Kirschenblatt-Gimblett
    • Mayers Ranch "imperialist nostalgia"
    • Bomas performances "aim to preserve and exhibit"
    • Out of Africa Sundance party "Hollywood!"
  2. Matthews
    • Chungking mansions - low end globalization
    • Traders from SSA Africa, Bhutan, Yemen
    • Harvey's "time space compression"
  3. Matthews - Neolib
    • Hk freest economy in world
    • free borders
    • benign law enforcement
    • = non violence in the pursuit of profit
    • neoliberalism as the creator of global peace
  4. Matthews - mediascapes
    • 16 channels broadcasting around the world
    • retrenches cultural difference
    • "reterritorialization of culture" individuals reinserted into own society
  5. Appadurai in Matthews
    • different scapes have different embodiments
    • social globalization not an isomorphic process but has multiple trajectories
  6. Creighton - Ancestral Village
    • Tai Pau in Shatin region of HK
    • Village represents "traditional" and HK - modernity, cosmopolitanism, capitalism
  7. Clifford in Creighton, ancestral village
    • people always been travelling, cultures fluctuating
    • challenged notion of the bounded, homogeneous village
    • argues RS between modernity and tradition is not oppositional but symbiotic
  8. Clifford - trope setting
    • discusses trope setting in anthro - problem with equating village life with traditional
    • village fieldwork seen as natural for ethnographic inquiry e.g. Malinowski
  9. Transzonal influenes
    • Japanese style stores at mall despite historic relations
    • desire for Japanese goods/lifestyles (like Pokemon)
  10. Diversity in Tai Pau
    • different religions
    • language - young people spoke English and moved through borders
    • opposition to cell phones but selective
  11. "Asias World Village"
    open to global influences, growing connections of HK into China
  12. Marcus (1998)
    • multi-sited ethnography requires understanding of how local and global proccess embedded into larger systems
    • world as a network of relations
  13. Creighton - KW def and stats
    • Hallyu - Korean flows especially in media, tech, economic flows
    • Korean largest minority group in Japan
  14. Japan recognises minorities
    • 1997
    • Resident Koreans part of soc but do not have same rights 
    • citizenship not on birth but bio descendence
  15. Impact of KW on Resident Koreans
    • helped foster positive relations
    • 2005 Friendship Year
    • Cultural understanding
    • Increased travel
  16. "Drama Tourism"
    • Winter Sonata 
    • hegemonic gender reflections
    • inverting Japanese hierarchies
    • reimagining of gender in advertising
  17. Koreascapes
    • areas that present, visually highlight and represent Koreans in Japan
    • Koreatown, markets, theme parks
  18. Fung argument
    • that the shorter the spatial distance between two cultures, the greater the cultural proximity
    • HK as a hub through which Pokemon passes through China, other Asian countries, West
    • double capacity
    • HK dimension  of Western values from colonialism
  19. HK and Japan convergence
    capitalist and Western values and similar social imaginations - cuteness
  20. "satellite modernity"
    • Japan as a more immediate and realizable resource of modernity
    • affordable appliances and electronics
  21. Tobin (1992)
    for parachuted foreign cultural product to succeed it must be domesticated and culturally compatible
  22. Pokemon naturalised
    • not just on TV - games, books
    • advertising
    • Local commerical booster
    • teaching material
  23. Connected in cairo - summary
    • Peterson
    • struggles, negotiations, challenges that elite men and women face in attempts to materialise specific tastes, visions, ways of being
  24. quote
    • "cultural brokers between East and West, global and local, cultural and modern"
    • "balance between fully Egyptian and fully modern"
  25. students
    modern through education and conventional consumption "style"
  26. students anxieties and religious leader
    • anxieties in retaining values of culture and ethics
    • appropriate and cultivated behavior
    • modernity as a constructionof style
    • Preacher Amir Khaled - Western dress and theological conservatism
  27. Magazines
    • try to construct regional idenity
    • locally created often carry religious moral lessions - Arab/Islamic identity
    • - little interest to children of upper class
    • "foreign" books too expensive
  28. Creighton Article 9
    • renounces the right of the State to War
    • rejects concept on militarism
    • International culture of peace
  29. Hague Appeal
    • 1999 Hague Appeal for Peace
    • example for all countries to follow
  30. contest
    • Liberal Democratic Party
    • drafted by American - irony
    • "normal" country needs to militarised
    • but people are largely for it
  31. counter-contestations
    • save article 9 grassroots groups
    • 2008 - 7,000
    • dispersed globally
  32. why necessary?
    • cultures of peace necesary conditions of a just global society
    • war = injustices
  33. Relevance for East Asian countries
    • represents Japan's recognitions of pre-war militarism
    • and colonialism
    • promise not to allow it again
    • abolishing could be threat
  34. Ainu situation
    • presumed dying out, "vanishing" 
    • languages, intermarrying
    • Hilger "salvage anthropology"
    • "timeless prisons"
  35. BUT not dying!.... however...
    • modern renaissance
    • resurgence of languages and pride
    • traditions
    • however, conflict with Japans national identity
  36. Dam
    • Nibutani village - largest Ainu village
    • important for Ainu mythology
    • Dam development
    • reveals Japan's inability and unwillingness to consider ethnic groups
  37. Japan's "internationalisation"
    • nations outside
    • but have to focus on Japan's internal "others"
  38. connecting with other groups
    • Kwak'wakw'wak collaborative education project
    • revitalise education for Indigenous Youth
    • "We are still here"
  39. Kramer Figurative Repatriation
    Doxtator "indigenous ownership owing who we are"
  40. Artist Warriors
    • assert self-determination through artwork as a form of activism
    • artworks as social agents
    • forcibly recover FN objects - sometimes on emotional, personal level
  41. canadian Musuems
    taskforce for first peoples
  42. Nuxalk Echo masks
    • complicated geneology
    • owned by lots of families
    • elder sold to art dealer
    • taken to court, bought back 
    • but meanings/memories of these engrained 
    • kept in glass box to stop arguments of who would wear it in potlatches
    • sale failed to untangle dilemma of ownership
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