Refugees, Reckonings, and Resurgences
Wednesday, November 9th from 4:00 - 5:30 PM EST
Held virtually over Zoom
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This panel considers the lasting impact of twentieth-century US warfare in Asia on transpacific cultural memory and political life. It will bring together the authors of recently published monographs about US military and economic imperialism in Asia and the Pacific during the Cold War and its afterlives.
It will feature Professors Amanda C. Demmer (Virginia Tech), Jodi Kim (UC Riverside), and Daniel Y. Kim (Brown University), and will be moderated by Professor Jini Kim Watson (NYU).
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Presented by the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU
Co-sponsored by New York Center for Global Asia