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Asian Families Seminar for Educators -- Exploring the Modernizing State in East Asia and Using Film to Teach about Asia

Asian Families Seminar for Educators -- Exploring the Modernizing State in East Asia and Using Film to Teach about Asia

Day ten of the Asia Institute's summer seminar for educators.

Thursday, August 12, 2004
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
UCLA
6275 Bunche Hall
405 Hilgard Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1487

The UCLA Asia Institute and the Center for Southeast Asian Studies are proud to sponsor our annual summer seminar to aid educators in bringing more of Asia into the K-12 curriculum. This year we're exploring Asian Families. To see the full program and a list of the works we're reading, please visit the seminar website.

August 12

9 am - noon
6275 Bunche Hall, UCLA

Families Serving the Modernizing State in East Asia

Lisa Fischler
Political Science, Moravian College

1 - 4 pm
6275 Bunche Hall, UCLA

Using Film to Teach About Families in Asia

Clayton Dube
UCLA Asia Institute

Enrollment in this year's seminar is closed, however, the Asia Institute has a variety of other programs during the year that may be of interest. Please visit the Asia in the K-12 Curriculum section of our website or contact Linda Truong.

Pre-registration is required.


Cost : $125

(310) 825-0007
international.ucla.edu/asia
ltruong@international.ucla.edu

Sponsor(s): Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Asia Institute, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Asia Institute, U.S. Department of Education through its Title VI grants to the USC-UCLA Joint East Asian Studies Center and the UCB-UCLA Center for Southeast Asian Studies