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With Sameh Zoabi in attendance. The film is set in the near future and looks back on how peace was made between Israelis and Palestinians. It is the story of two businessmen -- one Palestinian and one Israeli -- who struggle to set up a solar energy company. The film tells how they handle the hostility for collaboration from their respective communities. For more information, email Hanna Sprintzik at firstname.lastname@example.org.Find out more »
Come learn about the intricacies of writing an honors thesis in Asian Studies! Pizza and drinks will be served.Find out more »
Samy Youssef is an award-winning Arabic musician, composer, and singer (best Arabic Song in America by ANA 1998 with Moroccan female singer Malika). His style is sixties, Franco-Arab, European, American and Mediterranean oldies. Samy sings in English, French, Spanish, Italian, and Arabic. He also plays music with his own instruments and creates different varieties of Arabic songs. He will come for an Arab night with his wonderful Arabic songs on March 3. Also, former and current Arabic students will perform…Find out more »
Interested in learning how to play the Javanese Gamelan? Stop by one of our upcoming open Houses & Petting Zoos to explore some of the instruments of the gamelan and meet John Caldwell, who will be directing the Gamelan next semester (Spring 2018). All are welcome! Friday, November 10 between 1:30 and 3:00 pm in the Atrium of the FedEx Global Education Center Wednesday, November 15 between 2:00 and 3:00 pm in the Rotunda of Hill Hall. Contact John Caldwell (email@example.com) for more…Find out more »
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Bordering Chinese Eco-Literatures: Threats to Bio and Ethnic Diversity — A Lecture at Flyleaf Books!
Dr. Visser’s current book project, Bordering Chinese Eco-Literatures (1980-2020), analyzes the growing prominence within Chinese-language literature of ecological perspectives from China’s border cultures. It includes works by Mongolian, Tibetan, Taiwanese Indigenous, Kazakh, Uyghur, and Han Chinese writers. Set in Xinjiang, Tibet, Inner Mongolia, Southwest China, and Taiwan, they feature diverse ecologies rapidly transforming due to unprecedented rates of development and domestic migration. The talk analyzes literary depictions of rapidly changing regional ecosystems and compares distinct ways of imagining relational dynamics…Find out more »