Thirty Years of Sisterhood

On the US tour of a Japanese documentary film by Yamagami Chieko and Seyama Noriko, "Thirty Years of Sisterhood: Women of the 1970s Women's Liberation Movement in Japan" in Feb. 2006.

Friday, December 09, 2005

University of Chicago event - Feb 10

US Premiere Screening and Panel Discussion of "Thirty Years of Sisterhood"!!

Date: Feb 10 (Fri)
Time: 4pm-7pm
Place: Film Studies Center Auditorium (Cobb Hall, Third Floor)

Panelists: (Japanese names are written in the order of last name-first name)
Yamagami Chieko (director)
Seyama Noriko (director)
Akiyama Yoko (Professor of Chinese Studies and Women's Studies, Surugadai University)
Doi Yumi (writer)
Miki Soko (Professor of English and Women's Studies, Kyoto Seika University)
Norma Field (Professor, East Asian Languages and Civilizations, University of Chicago)

Greetings by Prof. Susan Burns (History and EALC)
Introduction by Tomomi Yamaguchi (Post-doctoral Scholar)
Interpretation by Mika Endo (Graduate Student)
Filming by Urara Satoko (filmmaker) and Francisco Arechiga-Ormsbee (Undergraduate Student)

This event is sponsored by:
Japan Committee, Center for East Asian Studies
Center for Gender Studies
Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations
Art and Politics of East Asia Workshop
Human Rights Program

Related events at the University of Chicago

Center for Gender Studies, Brown Bag lecture series
Screening and Discussion of "Dear Tari" with the director, Yamagami Chieko
Date: Feb 10
Time: 12:15-1:30pm
Place: Center for Gender Studies

Art and Politics of East Asia Workshop
Professor Akiyama Yoko (Chinese Literature and Women's Studies, Surugadai University)
Date: Feb 10
Time: 2:00-3:30pm
Place: TBA


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