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DAY 2: The (Unending) Korean War: Panel: The Crisis Now In Korea

Panel: The Crisis Now in Korea

Part of:
The (Unending) Korean War
academic Conference, films, art exhibition

Why hasn’t the Korean War officially ended?

An academic conference, art exhibit, and series of film screenings examine this war and the ways in which it has reconfigured memory, political economies, knowledge, and culture on both sides of the Pacific, leaving legacies of uprootedness and unending conflict. From Cold War culture to national security policies, “The (Unending) Korean War” will contextualize the current crisis with new scholarship, films and art in a two-day event.

For more information: unendingkoreanwar.org
For inquiries: info@unendingkoreanwar.org
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Organized and Sponsored by:
Third World Newsreel
NYU Asian/Pacific/American Institute
NYU East Asian Studies Department

Cosponsored by:
Nodutdol for Korean Community Development
Korea Policy Institute
NYU Humanities Initiative Grants-in-Aid
NYU Office of International Students & Scholars
NYU History Department
NYU Center for Multicultural Education and Programs

Supported by:
NYU Asian/Pacific/American Studies Program

Supported in part by:
New York Council for the Humanities

Organizer: A/P/A Institute at NYU
Venue: 19 University Place
Address:
19 University Place, Room 102
New York, NY 10003 United States
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