History Graduate Students Present Their Research at a Regional Conference

The following history graduate students will present their research papers on war memories in East Asia at the Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs in Oxford, Ohio on October 18, 2009. In preparation for their presentation, the panel organizer Prof. Jinhee Lee is scheduling a practice session at 9am in History Seminar Room. All insterested history faculty and students are invited to their talk to provide constructive comments and suggestions on their interesting works. For further information, please contact Prof. Lee at jlee@eiu.edu. Congratulations to Amanda, Mitsumi, and Tristanon on the acceptance of their paper proposals!  

2009 Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio

Panel #84 SOCIAL SPACES OF WAR MEMORIES IN JAPAN AND KOREA
46 IRVIN HALL
Chair/Discussant: Jinhee Lee, Eastern Illinois University

“Dokdo/Takeshima: Juxtaposed Memories in Cartographic Practices”
Amanda Evans, Eastern Illinois University

“Reconstructing the History of Muic in the Korean War: Reconciling Written Histories, Oral Histories, and the War Archives”
Heejin Kim, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

“A Divided Memory: Evaluating the Cultural History of Yasukuni Shrine”
Tristan Sodergren-Baar, Eastern Illinois University
“A-Bomb Memories and Representations in Postwar Japanese Art”
Mitsumi Takei, Eastern Illinois University

http://montgomery.cas.muohio.edu/mcaa/schedule/index.html

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One Response to “History Graduate Students Present Their Research at a Regional Conference”

  1. REX KELLY Says:

    I love serearching this old stuff keep up the good work!