BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//PYVOBJECT//NONSGML Version 1//EN BEGIN:VEVENT UID:events.uid.4435@www.discovernikkei.org DTSTART:20131102T000000Z DTEND:20131102T000000Z DESCRIPTION:Panel Discussion\n Free admission\n\nThis is a free event but p lease RSVP to jcnm@nikkeiplace.org 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 e.org/redress-panel/" target="_blank">http://centre.nikkeiplace.org/redres 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