College of East Asian Studies Hosts Conference on Changing Boundaries of Asia and Asian America

During the 2017 College of East Asian Studies Student Conference, held March 30 in Beckham Hall, four panelists discussed “Inside/Outside: The Changing Boundaries of Asia and Asian America in a Divided/Globalized World.”

Photos of the conference are below:

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Panelists included Long Bui, visiting professor of American studies; Abigail Boggs, assistant professor of sociology; Kia Lor, assistant director of Language and Intercultural Learning; and Takeshi Watanabe assistant professor of East Asian studies.

Long Bui

Long Bui.

Abigail Boggs and Kia Lor.

Abigail Boggs and Kia Lor.

Takeshi Watanabe

Takeshi Watanabe.

Questions and comments were welcomed from the audience.

The panelists welcomed questions and comments from the audience.

At left, Mary Alice Haddad, professor of government, moderated and organized the second annual CEAS Student Conference

At left, Mary Alice Haddad, professor of government, moderated and organized the second annual CEAS Student Conference, which was open to all students, faculty and staff. 

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Following the conference, discussions continued on Asia and Asian America in Chinese, English, Japanese and Korean languages. (Photos by Rebecca Goldfarb Terry ’19)