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Carolina Public Humanities Weekend Series: Korean War Legacies in the US & Asia
November 10, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
The Korean War is sometimes called the Forgotten War, but its legacy continues down to the present, influencing current events and political memories in both Asia and America. How do contemporary perceptions of recent conflicts in Korea reflect the contrasting ways in which the Chinese, Koreans, and Americans remember the Korean War? This seminar will focus on the Korean War’s enduring influence in China and Korea, as well as its effects on American war veterans.
TOPICS & SPEAKERS
The Memory of the Korean War in East Asia: Reflections on Lips and Teeth Relations Sara Castro,Teaching Assistant Professor in the Curriculum on Peace,War, and DefenseThe American Experience of the Korean War and its Forgotten Veteran Melinda Pash, History Instructor, Fayetteville Technical Community College Koreans, the Diaspora, and Korea Today Ji-Yeon O. Jo, Associate Professor of Asian Studies Ending the Korean War in the Hearts and Minds of Four Nations A panel discussion with our speakers TIME & COST 9:15am-4:00pm Saturday, November 10. The tuition is $125 ($115 until August 1st). Tuition for teachers is $62.50 ($57.50 until August 1st). Teachers can also receive a $75 stipend after attending (click here for more information) and 10 contact hours for 1 unit of renewal credit. The optional lunch on Saturday is $15.00. Discounts are available for UNC students, faculty, & staff. See our UNC Student, Staff, & Faculty Discounted Registration Policy here. Co-Sponsored by the General Alumni Association. For information about GAA discounts and other scholarships available to Humanities Program participants, click here. Register here or call us at 919.962.1544. Registrants will receive a packet containing background readings, a map to the seminar location, and more about 3-4 weeks before the program date.
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