AMES Colloquium Series
For more information about the AMES Colloquia, please contact the Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies at email@example.com
The AMES Colloquium Series presents an opportunity to discuss the most recent research of scholars working on some aspect of Asian and/or Middle Eastern Studies. At colloquia, invited scholars share their work and discuss theoretical and methodological issues that have relevance across national, regional, and disciplinary boundaries. The AMES Colloquium Series invites a range of scholars from other institutions, and from departments and graduate programs at the University of Minnesota.
Many thanks to Pat Hui and the Pat Hui Fund for support for the AMES Colloquium.
For a schedule of upcoming colloquia, please see the list below, or visit our News & Events page.
2022-23 Colloquium Series
|December 2, 6:00pm, via Zoom: "Navigating Beyond North Korea: Women's Experience ad Migrants and Defectors"||HaeRan Shin, Professor, Department of Geography, Seoul National University|
|November 18, 1:30pm, 112 Folwell Hall: "A Community-Based Model for Social Inclusion of North Korean Refugees in South Korea"||Hyang Eun Kim, Professor, Department of Social Welfare, Kosin University|
|November 11, 1:30pm, 112 Folwell Hall: "Tuskegee in Korea: Afro-Asian "Uplift" in the Age of Empire"||Jang Wook Huh, University of Washington|
|November 4, 1:30pm, 113 Folwell Hall: "Environmental Instabilities and Contemporary South Asian Multispecies Art"||Sreyashi Ray, PhD Candidate, Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Minesota|
|October 28, 1:30pm, 112 Folwell Hall: "Mapping Tokyo 3.0: A Collaborative Sensory Archive"||Sharon Hayashi, Associate Professor, Cinema and Media Arts, York University|
|October 14, 1:30pm, Crosby Seminar Room, Northrop: "From Madwomen to Whistleblowers: #MeToo in South Korea as an Institutional Critique"||Hae Yeon Choo, Associate Professor, University of Toronto|
|October 7, 1:30pm, 113 Folwell Hall: "Determining Worth: History, Race, and Subjectivity in Imperial Japan"||Nicolas Audet, PhD Candidate, Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Minnesota|