Faculty Seminar Series in
Asian American Studies

Foreigners In Us - Why Love to Hate?

Date: Monday, March 1, 2010

Time: 6PM to 8PM

Place: 25 West 43rd Street, Room 1000
between 5th & 6th Avenues, Manhattan

Free Admission
 

 

This public dialogue on xenophobia/philia in the (Asian) American context, energized by some of the critical and creative voices from inside and outside the Ivory Tower, celebrates the beginning of a stimulating series of faculty seminars in Asian American Studies at the Asian American / Asian Research Institute. At this launch event, panelists will explore various embodiments of the “foreigner” question, the theme of the year 2010, focusing on its aesthetic, moral, and political harms, implications and future: how deep is its everydayness and randomness?

Panelists will offer their own unique perspectives on how they understand the term or conceptual pair, xenophobia/philia, and why this issue deserves more critical attention; followed by Q& A with the audience.

Panelists

Series Organizer: Kyoo Lee, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at John Jay College, CUNY, and a Resident Mellon Fellow at CUNY Graduate Center.

Details on full schedule of Spring 2010 seminar sessions: www.kyoolee.net/faculty-seminar-in-asian-american-studies.html

 

 

 


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