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                                        GLOBAL RISK

                                        Seminar by Aihwa Ong, UC Berkeley

             Dept of Anthropology, Yonsei University, May 14-June 4, 2011



1. Risks, Flows, & Modernity (may 18 2-5 pm : moderator/discussant cho haejoang + kim eunshil)

U. Beck, “Risk Society: Towards a New Modernity,” http:/ (2pgs.)

U. Beck, “Living in the World Risk Society,” Economy & Society, v. 35, 2006:329-345

Anthony Giddens, “Living in the World…” in Modernity & Self-Identity, 1991:187-201

Inda & Rosaldo, “Introduction: Tracking Global Fows,” in The Anthropology of Globalization, 2nd Ed..3-46


2. Mutating Citizenship (may 21 Saturday 10 am-1 pm, moderator/discussant: kim hyunmee)

Ong, “Fengshui and limits to cultural accumulation” Flexible Citizenship, 87-109     

A. Ong, Please Stay: Pied-a-Terre Subjects in the Megacity,” Citizenship Studies, Vol. 11, no. 1 (2007): 83-93.

A. Ong, “A Bio-Cartography: Maids, Neo-slavery, and NGOs,” in Neoliberalism as Exception, 2006: 195-218


3. The Neoliberal as Political Reason & Technique (may 25 wednesday, moderator/dis: cho munyoung) 

D. Harvey, “Neoliberalism as Creative Destruction,”

L. Hoffman, Monica DeHart, Stephen J. Collier, “Notes on the Anthropology of Neoliberalism,” Anthropology Newsletter, Sept. 2006

A. Ong, “Neoliberalism as a Mobile Technology,” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 32 (3) 2007: 3-8.

A. Ong, “Introduction: Powers of the Self, Socialism from Afar,” in Privatizing China, Socialism from Afar (with Li Zhang) Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2008: 1-19.


4. Neoliberal Gender on Edge (may 27 friday, 10am -1 pm (or 5-8pm, moderator/dis  cho haejoang)

A. Chua, “Why Chinese Mothers are Superior,” The Wall Street Journal, 2.8.2011, 6 pgs.

M. Hess, “Tiger Mother faces a touch crowd…” The Washington Post, 2.21.201, 2pgs.

Evan Osnos, “Chinese Daughters & Amy Chua,” The New Yorker, Jan. 11, 2011, 3pgs.

T. Kuan, “The Heart Says one Thing but the Hand does Another…” The China Journal, 2011, no. 65: 77-100


5.  Biosecurity, Accidents, Hope (June 1, w. 2-5 pm modiscussant kim eunshil)

M. Foucault, “The Risks of Security,” in Michel Foucault: Power, ed. J. D. Faubion, N.Y.: The New Press, 2000: 365-381,

A. Ong, “Lifelines: Banking Blood for Family and Beyond,” Asian Biotech, 190-214

Tamara Audi & Arlene Chang, “Assembling the Global Baby,” The Wall Street Journal, Dec. 11, 2010

P. Virilio, “The Museum of Accidents,” in The Paul Virilio Reader, ed. Steve Redhead, Columbia Univ Press, 2004:255-262

Hiroki Azuma, “For a Change, Proud to be Japanese,” The New York Times, Op-Ed, Mar. 17, 20011

Ryu Murakami, “Amid Shortages, a Surplus of Hope,” The New York Times, Op-Ed, Mar. 17, 20