Walking in the Handbook: Selected Online Activities from 8/30-9/5

Original link: https://sehseh.substack.com/p/830-95

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──Gender. society—

1.【Taiwan’s first openly gay dad! ] (Taiwan Gay Family Rights Promotion Association​)

Event URL: reurl.cc/YXEkr4

Time: August 30 (Tuesday) 18:30-20:30
Subject: On May 24, 2019, Taiwan became the first country in Asia to legalize same-sex marriage. According to statistics from the Department of Household Affairs of the Ministry of the Interior, as of December 2021, the number of same-sex couples married has reached 7,182. According to the service statistics of the Promotion Association, there are more than 400 pairs of gay couples raising their children, and the children of gay families are about to enter the education system. Through the “Rainbow Baby Goes to School! Gay Parenting Sharing Series”, gay parents show up and share gay The experience of parenting and parenting practice enables the general public and professional workers to understand the diversity of family types, further promotes the promotion of the concept of gender equality, and assists in improving professional work related knowledge.
Speaker: Chen Ziliang (author of “Two Dads”)

2. [Talking about “Sex”: Discussing Media Media Differences from Sex and Gender Issues] (Zhengsheng Broadcasting Corporation​)

Website: www.csbc.com.tw/103514?

Time: September 3 (Sat) 14:00-16:00
Topic: How to talk about sexual issues? How to draw the line between sex and pornography? In this lecture, we will share with you the process of program content production, scale selection, and related issues setting, etc., and give you a glimpse into the world of media differences and gender and gender topics in sound media.
Speaker:
Yang (host of “Sex Chat Talking About Sex and Love”)
Zeng Chaoqun (Zhengsheng Broadcasting DJ)


–history. Art –

3. [“#InvisibleWomen”: The “gender data” in the tilt, how can the indifference of invisibility not appear? ] (Women’s Bookstore 〖Feminism〗 Series Reading Lectures​)

Event URL: fb.me/e/2pWJcblsA

Time: September 3 (Sat) 14:00-16:30
Lecture list: “The Invisible Women: Looking at the unfair treatment of women from various data, eliminating all kinds of discrimination in life, workplace, design, and medical care”​
Speaker: Chen Shufang (Taiwanese Women’s Connection Secretary)

4. [Those women who run away in love – read Alice. Meng Ruo’s Novels] (​”Bookworm Age” Humanities Mini-Reading Club)

Event URL: reurl.cc/7p0E95

Time: September 3 (Sat) 14:00-16:00
Theme: Meng Ruo is very good at describing the delicate and delicate flow of lust between men and women, and women who choose to cheat, run away, or leave in marriage or love are more often the protagonists in her writings. Why can’t a young middle-class wife with a good environment be satisfied with a quiet marriage life? With a handsome and considerate husband and lovely children, a woman with the dual role expectations of wife and mother, why did she resolutely give up all this? What kind of world do they see in their eyes? What kind of future do you want to meet? Meng Ruo constructs and depicts the dazzling and ever-changing human nature like a kaleidoscope. In this lecture, we will talk about those women who choose to run away in love.
Lecturer: Wu Yujie (Graduated from the Department of Journalism of Shih Hsin University, Master of the Institute of Crime Prevention, Chung Cheng University.)

– Contemporary. cross domain —

5.【Histories of Disease in a Pandemic】(​Taiwan World History Symposium, Department of History, National Taiwan University)

Event URL: reurl.cc/jGWpey

Time: September 2 (Fri) 10:00-12:00
Keynote: This talk will reflect on the ways that the experience of the Covid-19 pandemic has shaped historical research, discussing the multidisciplinary ‘How Epidemics End’ project as a case study.
Speaker: Erica Charters (Professor of the Global History of Medicine, Faculty of History, University of Oxford)
Interviewer: Li Shangren (Researcher, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica)
Moderator: Yang Suxian (Professor, Department of History, National Taiwan University)

6. [Xi Jinping – Looking at the new situation after the 20th National Congress from the perspective of personal characteristics] (Long Yingtai Cultural Foundation​)

Event URL: fb.me/e/2HtpOLrV7

Time: September 4th (Sunday) 14:00-15:30
Subject: How does he see things and make decisions? What kind of people does he reuse and what kinds of things does he exclude? How has the elite structure changed after Xi Jinping took office? How will power be restructured after the 20th National Congress? China and the United States, and both sides of the Taiwan Strait, can see micro-knowledge.
Speaker: Kou Jianwen (Professor, Department of Political Science, National Chengchi University)
Moderator: Xin Cuiling (Professor, Department of Political Economy, National Sun Yat-Sen University)


–public. human rights–

7. [Taiwan Aborigines in the Cracks of Documentary Archives] (​National Palace Museum)

Event URL: fb.me/e/1QnvJqSmW

Time: August 30 (Tuesday) 14:00-16:00
Lecturer: Sun Dachuan (Adjunct Associate Professor of National Taiwan University and National Chengchi University, Taiwanese Language Institute, former Vice President of the Supervisory Institute, Senior Minister of the Presidential Office)

8. [Personality/Life Outside of Documents|The Way to Relief is Long ─ Talking about the Legal Protection and Rights Relief of Detainees] (​Taiwan Association for the Promotion of Human Rights)

Event URL: fb.me/e/53qXykcAQ

Time: Starting at 19:00 on August 31 (Wednesday) Topic: When a foreigner waiting for compulsory deportation enters a shelter, under the predicament of difficult regulations, language barriers, and closed information, can he understand what he should have related rights? The current court review procedures are mostly remote methods, and most of them only conduct formal review. Can the fast process and the dialogue on the square screen really guarantee the personal freedom of the detainees? ​This lecture uses actual cases to learn about the difficulties faced by foreigners in Taiwan once they are forcibly expelled or their personal freedom is restricted? What are the actual deficiencies of the current legal remedies?​
Speaker: Yang Shuling (Lawyer of Lixiang Law Firm)


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