BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//PYVOBJECT//NONSGML Version 1//EN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20131102T000000Z DTEND:20131102T000000Z DESCRIPTION:Panel Discussion\n Free admission\n\nThis is a free event but p lease RSVP to so we can prepare enough chairs.\n\nAs part of the 25th anniversary celebration of the redress settlement of Sept ember 22\, 1988\, the Nikkei National Museum with Simon Fraser University& rsquo\;s Centre for Policy Studies on Culture and Communities and the Asia n Canadian Studies Society is pleased to sponsor a panel discussion of emi nent scholars who have made significant contributions to the growing body of research on Japanese Canadians.\n\nWhat research is currently being don e on or with Japanese Canadians? How has the politics of representation ch anged since the redress settlement? What kinds of theoretical frameworks a nd critical approaches are relevant for the study of Japanese Canadians? W hat directions can research take in the future?\n\nModerator:&nbsp\;Roy Mi ki\,&nbsp\; Professor Emeritus\, English\, Simon Fraser University\n\nPane lists:\n Audrey Kobayashi\,&nbsp\; Professor\, Geography\, Queen&rsquo\;s University\n Jeff Masuda\,&nbsp\; Associate Professor\, Geography\, Univer sity of Manitoba\n Kirsten Emiko McAllister\,&nbsp\; Associate Professor\, Communication\, Simon Fraser University\n Mona Oikawa\,&nbsp\; Associate Professor\, Equity Studies\, York University\n John Price\,&nbsp\; Profess or\, History\, University of Victoria\n\n<a href="http://centre.nikkeiplac" target="_blank"> s-panel/</a> SUMMARY:POST-REDRESS Research on Japanese Canadians: What are the Challenge s? What are the Possibilities? URL:/en/events/2013/11/02/post-redress-research-on-japanese-canadians-what/ END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR