Sunday, November 19 / 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM Everglades (2nd Floor)

Session 217
Changing Meanings of the State: Symbolic Power in State-Society Interactions

Chair: Teru Sako, Professor, Tokyo Metropolitan University
Discussant: Nozomi Kaneko, Tokyo Metropolitan University
Discussant: Marta Pagnini, London School of Economics and Political Science

1. From Status to Contract? Reexamining the Transformation of Taiwanese Society in the Colonial Period (1895-1945)Li-Hsuan Cheng, National Chengchi University.

2. From Political to Symbolic Power: Shifting Patterns of Royals’ Interactions with British Society, 1870-1920Marta Pagnini, London School of Economics and Political Science; Fabien Accominotti, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

3. The Japanese State-Nation Building from 1880s to 1920s: A Text-Mining DescripitionTeru Sako, Professor, Tokyo Metropolitan University.

4. Theorizing the Relation between State Capacity and Symbolic Power: Insights from the Case of the Family Planning Policy in India during the Emergency, 1975-77Sourabh Singh, Florida State University.

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