East Asian Migration and Borders: Stories of Identity and Connection
The media is filled with global stories of migration that portray the complex experiences of migrants and the reactions of their final destination countries. This workshop will explore the historical, cultural, and contemporary political borders within China, Japan, and Korea and how conceptions of identity from this region travel the world through art and technology. Featuring lectures from prominent scholars and teacher-based activities, participants will gain insights into shifting cultural identities and establishing a sense of belonging across and within borders.
What does it mean to “cross the line?” How can stories of emigres and sojourners of East Asia change the way we teach world history, geography, government, and the arts?
Registration is required to attend any portion of this workshop. Complete the Google Form by midnight on Thursday, December 1st.
REGISTRATION AND PARTICIPATION IS FREE
This workshop is developed by the U-M TVI East Asia National Resource Center #GoGlobalEd
Various lectures, pedagogical framing, and activities featuring:
Ann Chih Lin
University of Michigan, Professor of Chinese Studies; Director of the Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies; Associate Professor of Public Policy
Michigan State University, Associate Professor of Japanese Literature & Culture; Director of the Japanese Studies Program
Ryan Masaaki Yokota
University of Michigan, Center for Japanese Studies Postdoctoral Fellow
University of Michigan, Professor, School of Art & Design
University of Michigan, Instructional and Program Design Coordinator, CEDER
Q&A sessions and collaborative discussions included
SCECH CREDIT AVAILABLE FOR BOTH IN-PERSON AND ASYNCHRONOUS LECTURES!
COFFEE AND LUNCH PROVIDED!
Participants of the in-person workshop will be eligible for a BOOKS ON EAST ASIA GIVEAWAY!
Suggestions for PRE-WORKSHOP LECTURES will be
provided via U-M Canvas!
Registration required here: https://bit.ly/umicheastasia22
|Event Type:||Workshop / Seminar|
|Tags:||asia, China, Education, japan, Korea|
|Source:||Happening @ Michigan from Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies, Center for Japanese Studies, International Institute, Nam Center for Korean Studies|
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The International Institute’s centers sponsor numerous conferences, lectures, exhibits, and cultural performances throughout the year. These events are designed to educate the university community and the public about global issues and inspire discussion and dialogue.
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