Screening: Psychologist Tsuruko Haraguchi at Columbia University in the early 1900s

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Film & Other Media

Dec 20096
3:00p.m. - 5:30p.m.

Millennium
66East 4St.
New York, New York
United States

Psychologist Tsuruko Haraguchi:Memories of Her Days at Columbia Univ. in the Early 1900s Special NY Screening
More than a hundred years ago, Tsuruko Haraguchi travelled alone to New York and became the first Japanese woman to receive a PhD in Psychology from Columbia University, dying however at the age of 29 with her life's work incomplate. I would like to show this film to the people who live and study in New York now. With Subtitles in English.

Admission:$10 (at the window)
Web:www.sepia.dti.ne.jp/tess/

 

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