Women, Militarization, and Peace Building

On Tuesday, November 17th, the Wellesley Advocates for North Korean Human Rights (ANKHR), Wellesley Asian Alliance (WAA), and American Studies Department presented the “Women, Militarization, and Peace building,” panel which focused on women’s roles in discussions about the Korean peninsular division.   Continue reading “Women, Militarization, and Peace Building”

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Women, Militarization, and Peacebuilding on the Korean Peninsula

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Advocates for North Korean Human Rights (ANKHR), Wellesley Asian Alliance (WAA), and American Studies Department present “Women, Militarization, and Peace building,” a panel focusing on bringing women to the forefront of discussions surrounding Korean peninsular division, militarization, and peacemaking.

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War, Peace, or Status Quo?

imageJoin us on Monday, April 1st, 5:30 P.M. at Tishman Commons for ANKHR’s “War, Peace, or Status Quo?: North Korea and Leadership Changes in Asia,” highlighting the future of North Korea in the midst of various political shifts in East Asia.

We will have a panel of four distinguished speakers, including:

Steve Goldstein, Professor of Government at Smith College and Director of Taiwan Studies Workshop at Harvard University,

Sheila Smith, Senior Fellow for Japan Studies, Council on Foreign Relations,

Abraham Kim, Vice President of Korea Economic Institute,

John Park, Stanton National Security Fellow at MIT and 2013-14 Adjunct Professor of Political Science at Wellesley College;

and Katharine Moon, Professor of Political Science and Wasserman Chair in Asian Studies at Wellesley College, will be moderating.

This is going to be an exciting event, plus Korean food will be served for dinner! We hope to see you there!