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.

Sunday, January 29, 2006

University of Iowa event - Feb 11 (Sat)

4 pm: 140 Schaeffer Hall

Screening and discussion of 30 Years of Sisterhood

Panelists:

Chieko Yamagami (Co-director of 30 Years of Sisterhood)
Noriko Seyama (Co-director of 30 Years of Sisterhood)
Yoko Akiyama (Professor of Chinese/Women's Studies at Surugadai University)
Yumi Doi (Writer)
Soko Miki (Professor of English/Women's Studies at Kyoto Seika University)
Moderated by Robin Tierney (Graduate Student, Department of Cinema Studies and Comparative Literature, University of Iowa)
Introduction and translation by Tomomi Yamaguchi (Post-doctoral Scholar, University of Chicago)
Filming by Satoko Urara (filmmaker)

1 Comments:

  • At 3:39 PM, Anonymous Setsu Shigematsu said…

    Best wishes for the tour!

    I'm sure that it will stimulate new awareness of the movement, and much interesting discussion.

    I recently visited the University of Iowa, and discussed the ribu movement, and its relationship to the new left in Japan, and the united red army incident in 1972.

    Looking forward to hearing how the tour progresses and the responses to the video.

    Setsu Shigematsu

     

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