Upcoming Events

China Global Research Colloquium: Rare Earth Frontiers

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CHINA GLOBAL RESEARCH COLLOQUIUM
“Rare Earth Frontiers: From Terrestrial Subsoils to Lunar Landscapes”

Wednesday February 21, 2018, 3:00 – 4:30pm


The Colloqiuium will take place at
Global Development Policy Center, Boston University
53 Bay State Road

2018 BU ASIAN FILM WEEK

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BU ASIAN FILM WEEK
Asian Heritage: The Past in the Present

February 21 – 28, 2018
For BU Community only

 

COLLOQUIUM

Speakers:
Roberta Micallef (BU WLL)
Yoon Sun Yang (BU WLL)
Sarah Frederick (BU WLL)
Shilpa Parnami (BU WLL)
Petrus Liu (BU WLL)

Time: Wednesday, February 21, 2018, 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Location: Geddes Language Center | 685 Commonwealth Avenue, Room 533B

Dinner served


FILM SCREENINGS

Thursday 2/22
3:30-6pm | TURKISH film: “A Touch of Spice” (2003) Dir. Tassos Boulmetis
Location: Geddes Language Center | 685 Commonwealth Avenue, Room 533B

Friday 2/23 
2:30-5pm | KOREAN film: “The face reader” (Kwansang, 2013) Dir. Han Jae Rim
Location: Geddes Language Center | 685 Commonwealth Avenue, Room 533B

Monday 2/26 
3:30-5:30pm | JAPANESE film: “Princess Mononoke” (1997) Dir. Hayao Miyazaki
Location: Geddes Language Center | 685 Commonwealth Avenue, Room 533B

Tuesday 2/27 
3:30-6pm | PAKISTANI film: “Silent Waters” (Punjabi and Urdu, 2003) Dir. Sabiha Sumar
Location: Geddes Language Center | 685 Commonwealth Avenue, Room 537A

Wednesday 2/28 
3:30-6pm | CHINESE film: Swordsmen II: Asia the Invincible (1992). Dir. Ching Siu-tung
Location: Geddes Language Center | 685 Commonwealth Avenue, Room 533B

80 Years Nanjing Massacre

Nanjing

 


80 Years Nanjing Massacre:
a book talk with Ha Jin, author of Nanjing Requiem

Thursday March 1, 2018, 9:30 – 10:45 am

A Book Talk with Ha Jin, Author of Nanjing Requiem
 
Moderator: Professor Wiebke Denecke and students of the course Trauma, Memory, Literature East and West”
 
WLL Special Course Lecture associated with the course “Trauma, Memory, Literature East and West”
For additional questions please contact Wiebke Denecke at Denecke@bu.edu


The book talk will take place at
Room 505, CGS 871 Commonwealth Avenue