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THE ASIAN STUDIES PROGRAM
UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT

SPRING 1999 LECTURE SCHEDULE


MARCH 11                "JAPANESE WOMEN WRITERS, PART I: HISTORY"
                        TOMOKO KURIBAYSHI, PROFESSOR OF JAPANESE,
                        TRINITY COLLEGE OF VERMONT


                        7:15-8:15 PM, ROOM 102, 479 MAIN STREET
                        Co-sponsored by the Women's Studies Program


MARCH 25                "THE IMPACT OF DEVELOPMENT AND
                         GOVERNMENT POLICIES ON THE ABORIGINES OF
                         PENINSULAR MALAYSIA"


                        KIRK ENDICOTT, PROFESSOR OF ANTHROPOLOGY
                        DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
                        12:30-1:30 PM, 108 TERRILL HALL
                        In collaboration with the Department of Anthropology


MARCH 25                "JAPANESE WOMEN WRITERS, PART II: 20TH
                        CENTURY"
                        PROFESSOR TOMOKO KURIBAYASHI, TRINITY
                        COLLEGE
                        7:15-8:15 PM, ROOM 102, 479 MAIN STREET
                        Co-sponsored by the Women's Studies Program


APRIL 5                 "GENDER, NATION, AND REPRESENTATION IN A
                        CENTURY OF CHINESE CINEMA"
                        PROFESSOR SHUQIN CUI, SOUTHERN METHODIST U.
                        7:30-8:30 PM, LAFAYETTE 207
                        In collaboration with the Women's Studies Program


APRIL 19                1998-1999 Claire Lintilhac Speaker :
                        "ORGANIZING KOREAN WOMEN WORKERS: THEIR

                        ACTIVISM, OBSTACLES AND STRATEGIES"
                        PROFESSOR JEONG LIM NAM, UC-LOS ANGELES
                        12:15-1:15, JOHN DEWEY LOUNGE, OLD MILL
                        Co-sponsored by the Women's Studies Program and the

                        Economics Department


FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT THE ASIAN STUDIES PROGRAM
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Emily Burrill
Asian Studies Program
University of Vermont
479 Main Street
Burlington, Vermont 05405
(802)656-5765
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