Identity-related research on Asia has blossomed in the recent past. One can now state with a great deal of confidence that such research has become mainstream. But as this identity literature has grown, so too has confusions and controversies surrounding it. Notable among them is that, more so than more traditional focus on ideologies, interests, institutions, culture and history, identity research encompasses and envelops the identities of the scholar. The entanglement is undeniable and inescapable. So, this roundtable will provide a forum for esteemed panelists to reflect on and situate their own personal and professional histories and identities within the body of identities research.
The Asia Research Institute of the National University of Singapore invites to this virtual talk in the framework of the Roundtable Series.
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