主题演讲学人Keynote Speakers

主题演讲学人 Keynote Speakers

马来西亚 MALAYSIA

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Abdul Rahman Embong是马来西亚国民大学荣誉教授,马来西亚与国际研究所(IKMAS)首席研究员。研究领域为发展社会学,尤其关注中产阶层、族群、多元主义、贪腐社会学、全球化与民族国家等议题。著有《民族国家:进程与争论》(2000),《国家主导现代化与马来西亚新中产阶层》(2002)等。他曾任马来西亚社会科学学会的会长(2000-2010),目前是该会的特别顾问。

Emeritus Professor Dato’ Dr. Abdul Rahman Embong is currently a professor  in Sociology of Development and the principal fellow of Institute of Malaysian and International Studies (IKMAS), Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM). His areas of expertise are the Sociology of Development (Middle Class, Ethnicity, Pluralism, Sociology of Corruption, Globalization and the Future of Nation-states). His works include The Nation state: Processes and Debates (2000), State-led Modernization and the New Middle Class in Malaysia (2002) and many more. He was President of the Malaysian Social Science Association (2000-2010), and currently the Association’s Special Advisor.

 

台湾 TAIWAN                                                             

陈信行

陈信行教授是美国壬色列理工学院科学与技术研究博士,目前是世新大学社会发展研究所副教授,学术专长包括劳工研究、科学与技术研究(STS)和应用文化人类学。

陈教授是1980年代台湾学生运动的主要组织者,在劳工和学生议题和运动上是敏锐的观察者与参与者。他也曾出版与全球化下的科学和劳动政治相关的学术著作,其著作有发表于《台湾社会研究季刊》的学术文章、以及发表于“苦劳网”、《批判与再造》、《左翼》等处的评论与报道。另編有《工人開基祖:台社勞工研究讀本》與《跨界流離:全球化下的移民與移工》(合編)。

阅读陈教授撰写的学生运动文章《我的野百合》

 Assoc. Prof. Chen Hsin Hsing  received his PhD from Department of Science and Technology Studies, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He is currently an associate professor in Shih-Hsin University, Taiwan, teaching development theories and social movement at the Graduate Institute for Social Transformation Studies.

Associate Professor Chen was a leading organizer of Taiwan’s student movement in the 1980s, and he has been a keen observer and participant of Taiwan’s labour and student movements since then. He has published scholarly works on the politics of science and labour in the age of globalization. He also contributes regularly to one of the most influential online news sites in Taiwan, cool loud.

香港 HONG KONG

陈允中

 陈允中教授出生于马来西亚,是一个社区规划师(国立台湾大学建筑与城乡所的硕士,在美国加州大学洛杉矶分校的城市规划博士)。目前他是香港岭南大学文化研究副教授,研究的兴趣包括科技创新系统、文化创意产业、城市更新与社会运动。

自2004年抵达香港教学以来,他就活跃于社区保育及社区营造的都市改革运动,包括2007年保存中环皇后码头和2010年重建新彩园村。

2006年,他与友人共同成立了“社区文化关注”的民间团体,专注社区参与营造计划,包括:一、自2006年开始的湾仔蓝屋“留屋留人”的活保育计划;二、自2010年开始的47户菜园新村重建生态村计划。他同时也是土地正义联盟创会成员。

作为一个社运分子,他在由学生领导的民主运动——雨伞革命时,成了学生的后盾和军师,成立“流动民主课室”,与八十位学者在占领地点开班授课,延续“罢课不罢学”的精神。

 Assoc. Prof. Chen Yun Chung  was born in Malaysia. He was trained as a community planner (MPhil in Planning, Taiwan National University; Ph. D. in Urban Planning, UCLA). He is currently an associate professor in Cultural Studies at Lingnan University, Hong Kong. His research focuses on innovation studies and critical urban studies.

As a community planner, he has been actively participating in preservation and community building projects in Hong Kong, including preservation of Queen’s Pier in 2007 and rebuilding of new Choi Yuen Village in 2010.

In 2006, he co-founded a charity NGO – Community Cultural Concern (CCC) – to launch participatory community building projects in Hong Kong. The on-going projects of CCC include: 1) Since 2006, the living revitalization of Blue House, in which the original tenants have a choice to stay. This is an innovative and pioneering success in preservation movements. 2) Since 2010, the participatory planning of Choi Yuen New Village, with 47 village households moving and rebuilding their community together. This is also the first eco-community building project in Hong Kong.

As an activist, he has been strong opponent of privatization of public assets, slash-and-burn style urban renewal and top-down development projects that force evict its inhabitants. In the current student-led democracy movement that started in September 2014 – so called umbrella revolution – he sets up “mobile democracy classroom” at three major occupied streets where college teachers and activists provide democracy-themed classes for the students and protesters.

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主持人 Moderators

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Ahmad Fuad Rahmat

诺丁汉大学(马来西亚分校)文化研究博士候选人

Ahmad Fuad Rahmat is a PhD candidate in Cultural Studies at Nottingham University Malaysia Campus. He is also the editor of projekdialog.com, an online platform for multicultural young engagement, and co-host of Night School on BFM radio, a show that discusses philosophy and social theory.

 

 

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 张溦紟

一度以为口语传播是毕生志业,后来辗转在传播研究和社会学中,发现书写是另一种论述的力量。2010年加入Refsa智库并领导众意媒体。现为自由工作者,游走在理论与实践间,痛苦幷快乐着地实验另类媒体的各种可能样貌,作为参与社会的自我定位。

Cheong Wey Jin  studied media studies and speech communications. But it was sociology that gave her the knowledge map she was looking for. In 2010 she joined think tank Refsa and later headed publishing house Genta Media. By January 2015 she embarks a new career as a freelancer, trying very hard to strike a balance between theory and practice as well as between idealism and reality.

 

劉嘉美

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土生土长香港人,毕业於香港大学社会工作及社会行政学系、香港中文大学社会学硕士,毕业後活跃於劳工团体。刚刚移居马来西亚,继续以文字关注边缘底层。

Lau Ka Mei is a native Hong Konger, who studied Social Work and Social Administration in University of Hong Kong, and Master of Arts in Sociology in Chinese University of Hong Kong. She has been actively engaged in labour issues and organizations since graduation. Making Malaysia her home, she continues to focus on the marginalized with social participation and frequent writings.