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Title : [完整記錄] 與吳叡人對談:沖繩、香港及台灣的民族主義興起
Description : Campus TV, HKUSU Facebook Page: /hkucampustv

「凡是渴望在這個遺忘之島上尋找意義與故鄉的人必須勇敢承擔思想、記憶與認同的重量。」──吳叡人

香港民族位處於中國邊陲,努力尋找屬於自己的身份和歷史。香港大學學生會特意邀請了《想象的共同體:民族主義的起源和散佈》譯者吳叡人先生為我們分享,透過比較沖繩、香港及台灣民族主義的興起和流變,引發我們對於「自我」與「他者」的思辨。

日期:二零一五年四月二十一日(星期二)
地點:百週年校園LG.08室
時間:晚上六時至九時(五時半登記入場)
講題:沖繩、香港及台灣的民族主義興起
名額:150人
語言:國語(大會將提供英語即時傳譯)

講者:吳叡人
台灣桃園人,畢業於臺灣大學政治系、芝加哥大學政治系博士,專攻比較政治和政治理論等範疇。吳老師為《想象的共同體:民族主義的起源和散佈》的譯者,早年任職日本早稻田大學政治經濟學部講座教授,現任中央研究院臺灣史研究所副研究員。

主持:李啟迪
學苑前專題編輯、《香港民族論》的作者之一,現就讀香港大學社會科學學院,雙主修政治與公共行政和歷史。

‘He who desires to pursue meaning and origins on this island of oblivion must bear the weight of thoughts, memories, and recognition.’—Dr Wu Rwei-ren

At the periphery of China, the Hong Kong nationality has been pursuing our own identity and history. HKUSU has now invited Dr Wu Rwei-ren, the translator of ‘Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origins and Spread of Nationalism’, to share his thoughts on such issue. A comparison of the rise and change of nationalism among Okinawa, Hong Kong, and Taiwan shall surely inspire our thoughts on the meaning of ‘ourselves’ and ‘the others’.

Date: 21 April 2015
Venue: LG.08, Centennial Campus
Time: 6:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.
Topic: The Rise of Nationalism in Okinawa, Hong Kong, and Taiwan
Seats: 150
Language: Mandarin (instant English interpretation will be provided)

Guest speaker: Dr Wu Rwei-ren
From Taoyuan, Taiwan, Dr Wu graduated from the Department of Political Science at the National Taiwan University and earned his doctoral degree from the University of Chicago in politics with a research focus on comparative politics and political theory. As the translator of ‘Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origins and Spread of Nationalism’, he was formerly the Chair Professor at the School of Political Science and Economics at the Waseda University, Japan. He is currently the associate research fellow at the Institute of Taiwan History of the Academia Sinica.

Host: Mr Lee Kai-tik, Jack
Mr Lee is a former Feature Editor of Undergrad, HKUSU and one of the writers of ‘Hong Kong Nationalism’. He is a student from the Faculty of Social Sciences of HKU and is currently majoring in Politics and Public Administration and History.
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