W piątek 8 grudnia 2023 roku odbędzie się 15th ANZORA International Conference - Threats to the cultures of the region of Australia and Oceania.


Australia, New Zealand and Oceania Research Association & Uniwersytet Ignatianum w Krakowie

Program konferencji:

9.00–9.30 Conference opening

  • Dr. Dariusz Zdziech, Jesuit University Ignatianum in Krakow & Chairman of ANZORA
  • H.E. Lloyd Brodrick, Ambassador of Australia in Poland
  • H.E. Alana Hudson, Ambassador of New Zealand in Poland
  • Dr. Joanna Siekiera, Marine Corps University, USA & ANZORA

9:30–9:50 Honorary Key Speech

  • H.E. Joe-Silem Enlet, Ph.D. Candidate at University of Rhode Island (Former Consul General of Federated States of Micronesia to the US)

The Ocean Speaks: Towards a Pacific Indigenous Framework for Fisheries Stewardship

9.50–11.30 Panel I “Cultures of the region of Australia and Oceania”

Moderator Prof. Jan Lencznarowicz, Jagiellonian University, Krakow

  • 9:50–10:05   Prof. Aleksander Posern – Zieliński, UAM Poznan

Jan Stanisław Kubary – The Polish explorer of Micronesia and his legacy in the lights of current studies

  • 10:05–10:20 Prof. Mariusz Ziółkowski, University of Warsaw

Adam Joachim Kulczycki as an astronomer on French Polynesia

  • 10:20–10:35 Prof. Julia Dziwoki, Jan Długosz University, Częstochowa

Archives of Polish diaspora in Australia and New Zealand

  • 10:35–10:50 Dr. Anna Kołodziejska, Poland-Polynesia Association, Catholic University of Lublin

Protection of local languages in the French Polynesia archipelagos

  • 10:50–11:05 M.A. Gabriela Kwiatek, Ph.D. Candidate at Jagiellonian University

Colonization and decolonization of birth and maternity care in Aotearoa New Zealand

  • 11:05–11:20 Dr. Robert Czulda, University of Łódź

Geostrategic Implications of China’s Growing Military Presence in the South Pacific

  • 11:20–11:35 Dr. Dariusz Zdziech, Jesuit University Ignatianum in Cracow & Chairman of ANZORA

Tourism as a threat to culture – Kiribati case

  • 11:35–11:50 Srg. Jeremy Kofsky, U.S. Marine Corps Cultural Advisor

Indonesia’s demographic and cultural shifts since 2010 and implications towards regional security

12.00–13:00 Cafe Break

13:00–15:00 Panel II “Threats to the States of Oceania”

Moderator Dr. Joanna Siekiera

  • 13:00–13:15 Prof. Franciszek Czech, Jagiellonian University, Krakow

Challenges of Lumad cultures in Mindanao

  • 13:15–13:30 Dr. Justyna Eska-Mikołajewska, Cracow University of Economics & ANZORA

The role of indigenous peoples in the process of shaping domestic and foreign policy in Australia

  • 13:30–13:45 Dr. Mimi Fabe, National Police College and Philippine Public Safety College, Philippines

Philippine Strategic Posture in the South China Sea

  • 13:45–14:00 M.Phil. Simran Walia, Research Scholar at Centre for Air Power Studies, PhD Candidate at Jawaharlal Nehru University in Delhi, India

Embracing Indian Culture and Identity in the Indo-Pacific: Emphasis on the Quad

  • 14:00–14:15 Dr. Lidia Wiśniewska, Universidad de Granda, Diversophy, SIETAR Europe & SIETAR France

Impact of the Korean wave on the society and culture of the Southeast Asia

  • 14:15–14:30 M.A. Joseph Tshilomb Jonathan, Ph.D. Candidate at University of Winchester, England

Conservation of historic environmental memories in Oceania: Papua New Guinea Case

  • 14:30–14:45 M.A. Luke Shabro, US Army Training and Doctrine Command

Red Waters: Chinese threats to maritime security and culture in Oceania

  • 14:45–15:00 Dr. Joanna Siekiera, Marine Corps University, USA & ANZORA

Great Power Competition – combating legal-cultural threats to Oceania and globally

Closing words by Dr. Dariusz Zdziech and Dr. Joanna Siekiera