第11回日独学術コロキウム

テーマ:Knowledge transfer across borders: integrative approaches
共催 :JSPS Bonn Office、University of Göttingen、National Institutes for the Humanities (NIHU)
日時 :2015年1月14日~1月16日
場所 :University of Göttingen

プログラム

1月14日

09:30

Study tour of Göttingen

13:00

Lunch at Café Botanik

16:00

Opening Session, Assembly Hall

 

Greetings

  • Prof. Dr. Katja TRIPLETT, Department of East Asian Studies, University of Göttingen

  • Prof. Dr. Hiltraud CASPER-HEHNE, Vice President, University of Göttingen

  • Marijke WAHLERS, Head of International Department, German Rectors’ Conference

  • Yuki KONAGAYA, M.A., Executive Director of the National Institutes for the Humanities

 

 

Keynotes

  • Evolutionary Biology of the Human Mind: “Triadic Niche-Construction” to Advance our Knowledge/World Beyond Boundary Conditions
    Prof. Dr. Atsushi IRIKI 入來篤史, RIKEN Brain Science Institute, Wako City, Japan

  • Knowledge Transfer in Multinational Corporations
    Prof. Dr. Markus PUDELKO, International Business, University of Tübingen

 

 

Opening Reception, Assembly Hall

19:00

Welcome Dinner hosted by JSPS Bonn, „Bullerjahn“
 

1月15日

09:00

SESSION I: PARADIGMS OF KNOWLEDGE
Chair: Fabian Froese

  • Transferring Medical and Religious Knowledge: Indian Healing Techniques in Japan
    TRIPLETT, Katja (University of Göttingen, Department of East Asian Studies)

  • Vision for Human Culture from the Perspective of the Apex of the Oil Civilization: Ways of Living with Futurability, even in the Absence of Oil
    NAWATA, Hiroshi 縄田浩志 (Akita University, Faculty of International Resource Sciences)

  • Global R&D by Japanese MNEs: Knowledge Sourcing and Transferring from Host Countries to Home Country
    IGUCHI, Chie 井口知栄 (Keio University, Faculty of Business and Commerce)

 

10:30

Coffee Break

11:00

SESSION II: SYSTEM ENCOUNTERS
Chair: Katja Triplett

  • Mixed Language in Intercultural Context: Sociolinguistic Aspects in Turkish-German Youth Culture
    KAZANCI, CUMA (University of Göttingen, Department for Turkish and Central Asian Studies)

  • Effect of Cognitive- and Affect-based Trust on Interorganizational Knowledge Transfer Across Borders: A Case Study of Shiseido’s Chinese Operations
    USUI, TETSUYA 臼井哲也 (College of Law, Nihon University)

  • Utilizing Social Software for Knowledge Transfer in Distributed Product Development Settings – Challenges and Mitigation Strategies
    ROHMANN, SEBASTIAN (University of Göttingen, Chair of Application Systems and E-business)

 

12:30

Lunch

14:00

SESSION III: LINGUISTIC PARTICULARITIES, GLOBAL COMMUNICATION
Chair: Shigemi Inaga

  • Intercultural Interaction Germany–Japan: Problems and Perspectives
    CASPER-HEHNE, Hiltraud (University of Göttingen, Department of Intercultural German Studies)

  • Diplomatic Ceremonial in Late Tokugawa Regime
    SANO, Mayuko 佐野真由子 (International Research Center for Japanese Studies)

  • Cultural Diversity in Multinational Corporations: An Ethnographic View
    MOOSMÜLLER, Alois (University of Munich, Institute for Intercultural Communication)

 

15:30

Coffee Break

16:00

SESSION IV: EMBODIED KNOWLEDGE
Chair: Yuriko Yamanaka

  • Knowledge Creation in Diverse Work Groups
    HILDISCH, Katharina (University of Göttingen, Department of Business)

  • Embodied Knowledge in Rabari Embroidery Patterns
    UEBA, Yoko 上羽陽子 (National Museum of Ethnology)

  • Therapeutic Habitus: Religion, Biomedicine and Healing in South Africa
    BURCHARDT, Marian (Max-Planck-Institute Göttingen)

 

19:00

Conference Dinner hosted by JSPS Bonn, „Planea“
 

1月16日

09:00

SESSION V: UNSPOKEN AND UNKNOWN FORMS OF KNOWLEDGE
Chair: Mayuko Sano

  • Communicative Aspect of Bodily Knowledge: Malagasy Fishers’ Innovation in Gears and Techniques
    IIDA, Taku 飯田卓 (National Museum of Ethnology)

  • Shades of Subsidiary Silence
    SARABI, Almasa (University of Göttingen, Department of Business)

  • Non-Knowledge: Addressing the Unknown While Innovating and Regulating
    BOESCHEN, Stefan (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute for Technology Assessment and Systems Analysis)

 

10:30

Coffee Break

11:00

SESSION VI: KNOWLEDGE NETWORKS
Chair: Chie Iguchi

  • Interorganizational Practices to Manage Absorptive Capacity in a Semiconductor Industry Consortium
    MÜLLER-SEITZ, Gordon (Technical University of Kaiserslautern, Chair for Strategic Management)

  • Vertical and Horizontal Knowledge Inflows and Subsidiary Performance: Moderating Effects of Network Characteristics
    KAWAI, Norifumi 河合憲史 (University of Sussex, School of Business, Management & Economics)

  • Travelling Narratives and Networks of Knowledge: The Case of the Alexander Romance
    YAMANAKA, Yuriko 山中由里子 (National Museum of Ethnology)

 

12:30

Lunch

14:00

SESSION VII: ACCESS TO KNOWLEDGE
Chair: Katja Triplett

  • Heritage Management as an Act of Compensation—A New Insight into Knowledge Transfer
    INAGA, Shigemi 稲賀繁美 (International Research Center for Japanese Studies)

  • What Does it Mean to be a Master of Yoga between India and Europe? Transmission of Yoga and its Reinterpretations Across Borders
    BURGER, Maya (University of Lausanne, Department of Languages and Civilizations of the Slaves and South Asia)

  • Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Medical or Healthcare Interventions and its Policy Relevance
    IBUKA, Yoko 井深陽子 (Tohoku University, Graduate School of Economics and Management)

 

15:30

Coffee Break

16:00

SESSION VIII: SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE AND SOCIETY
Chair: Stefan Boeschen

  • Expatriate Scientists’ Knowledge Creation
    FROESE, Fabian (University of Göttingen, Department of Business)

  • Communicating “Science in Action”: Lessons Learned from March 11 and the STAP Affair
    NAKAMURA, Masaki 中村征樹 (Osaka University, Center for Education in Liberal Arts and Sciences)

  • Beyond the Boundary of the University Museum: Mobilizing Collections in Contemporary Society
    TERADA, Ayumi 寺田鮎美 (University of Tokyo, University Museum)

 

17:30

Closing Remarks (Froese, Triplett, Yamanaka)

19:00

Farewell Dinner at “Salvatore Trattoria”