Postcolonial Feminisms and the Ethic of Care: South-to-South Dialogues
Asian and Latin American Studies Symposium




Young Rae Oum
Center Associate, University Center of International Studies
University of Pittsburgh

Dennis Hart
Associate Director, Asian Studies Center
University of Pittsburgh

Jennifer Murawski
Assistant Director of Educational Outreach, Asian Studies Center
University of Pittsburgh


Keynote Speakers

Tani Barlow
T. T. and W. F. Chao Professor of Asian History; Director, Chao Center for Asian Studies; Senior Editor, positions: east asia cultures critique

Kiran Asher
Associate Professor of International Development and Social Change,
Department of International Development, Community, and Environment,
Clark University

Prajna Parasher
Associate Professor, Director Film and Digital Technology, Chatham University



Elora H. Chowdhury
Assistant Professor in the Department of Women’s Studies, University of Massachusetts Boston

Bernardita Llanos, Professor and Department Chair, Spanish, Denison University

Isis Nusair
Assistant Professor in the Department of Women’s Studies and International Studies, Denison University.

Young Rae Oum
Center Associate, University Center for International Studies, University of Pittsburgh

Michelle Rowley
Assistant Professor to the Women’ss Studies Department at the University of Maryland.

Sasha Su-Ling Welland
Assistant Professor, Anthropology and Women’s Studies, University of Washington.


Speaker at the Film Screening of “Motherland”  (Cuban Film Series)

Daisil Kim-Gibson
Award-winning filmmaker, writer, and painter. Director and Producer of Forgotten People, Sa-i-gu, Silence Broken, and Wet Sand.



Sponsored by: UCIS, Asian Studies Center, Center for Latin American Studies, Confucius Institute, Korea Council, China Council, Global Studies Center, Provost Office, Dean of Arts and Sciences, and Pitt Humanities Center

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