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MULTIMEDIA PERFORMANCE EVENT
Tuesday, June 10, 2008
Reception to follow
The Difficult Dialogues: Engaging Southeast Asian American Pluralism in Seattle project promotes the expression and appreciation of diverse perspectives in the classroom and beyond through innovative pedagogies, student dialogues, and collaborations among educational communities.
This event features multimedia creative presentations of oral history, ethnographic, and performance projects by students from our 2008 Difficult Dialogues courses:
Francisco Benitez (Comparative Literature) and Ileana Rodriguez-Silva (History)
The Imperial Field and Practices: Technology and Culture in the Making of Contemporary Empire
Rick Bonus (American Ethnic Studies) and Celia Lowe (Anthropology)
Ethnography, Transnationalism, and Community in Island Southeast Asian/Asian America
Danny Hoffman (Anthropology) and Peter Lape (Anthropology)
Anthropology of War
Laurie Sears (History) and Kanta Kochhar-Lindgren (Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, UW Bothell)
Marking the Borders of Identity and Tradition: Theater as a Site of History and Memory
Judith Henchy (UW Libraries) and Vicente Rafael (History)
The Philippines and Vietnam: Colonialism, Nationalism and Diaspora
Francisco Benitez (Comparative Literature) and Laurie Sears (History)
Violence, Myth, and Memory
Check out our pedagogy page for information about past pedagogy workshops.
Check out our dialogues page for information about past mediated student dialogue events.