The (Unending) Korean War
academic conference, films, art exhibition
April 22-23, 2011
Exhibition: April 7-May 13th, 2011
New York University
An academic conference, art exhibit, and series of film screenings examine this war, and the ways in which it has reconfigured memory, political economies, knowledge and culture on both sides of the Pacific, leaving legacies of uprootedness and unending conflict. From Cold war culture to national security policies, “”The Unending Korean War” will contextualize the current crisis with new scholarship, films and art.
Conference, panels and films:April 22-23, 2011
Art Exhibition: STILL PRESENT PASTS: KOREAN AMERICANS AND THE “FORGOTTEN WAR”: April 7- May 13, 2011
- To bring scholars from different disciplines, backgrounds and perspectives with artists, filmmakers students and the broader community to re-examine this on-going war that has impacted, and continues to affect the societies and culture of the U.S., the Koreas, and the rest of Asia.
- Organized and Sponsored by:
Nodutdol for Korean Community Development
Korea Policy Institute
NYU Office of International Students & Scholars
NYU History Department
NYU Center for Multicultural Education & Programs
Supported in part by:
The New York Council for the Humanities
Third World Newsreel is supported in part by : the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York State Council on the Arts and the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs.
This event has been developed in conjunction with the National Campaign to End the Korean War..