Events Fall 2005

Lecture Series: "Asia in Flux"


Dae-Sook Suh
University of Hawaii

Sept. 27
Luncheon Talk
(11:45am to 1:00pm)

"Trust in U.S.-Korea Relations"


Ellis S. Krauss
UC San Diego

Oct. 6
Luncheon Talk
(11:45am to 1:00pm)

"Japan's September 11: A Critical Election —
What it Meant, What's it Going to Mean?"


David Lampton
Johns Hopkins University

Oct. 13
Dinner Speech
(5:30 reception/6:00 dinner/6:45-8:00 speech)

"U.S.-China Relations in the Context of Growing PRC Power"


David Elliott
Pomona College

Oct. 20
Luncheon Talk
(11:45am to 1:00pm)

"Rethinking Vietnam"


Sheldon Garon
Princeton University

Oct. 20
7pm Lecture - Bauer Forum

"Japan's History Problem—
The legacies of WWII for Japan's role in Asia and the World"

Co-sponsored with CMC History Department (Professor Arthur Rosenbaum), Gould Center for Humanistic Studies, and the Athenaeum


Professor Ezra Vogel
Harvard University

Nov. 15
Dinner Speech
(5:30 reception/6:00 dinner/6:45-8:00 speech)

"Needed: A New US-Asian Policy to Respond to the Rise of China"


Co-sponsored Events:

Gary Pak
University of Hawaii, Manoa

Sept. 29

"Living with Spirits, Writing as Activism"

Co-sponsored with CMC History Department (Professor David Yoo) and the Athenaeum