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Asian Canadian lectures: Controversies in Chinese and Asian Canadian Educational Histories and their Implications

Canadian History of Education Association 17th Biennial Conference:
“Rising to the Challenge: History of Education and the Pursuit of Relevance”

Brokering Belonging or Contesting White Supremacy:
Controversies in Chinese and Asian Canadian Educational Histories and their Implications

Date: Friday, October 19, 2012, 7-9 PM
Location: Coast Coal Harbour Hotel, 1180 West Hastings, Vancouver

Lisa Mar, University of Maryland
Revolutionizing Civil Disobedience: Chinese Canadians, Global Cultures of Non-Cooperation, and Anti-Colonial Nationalisms in the Victoria, British Columbia, School Strike of 1922 and 1923

John Price, University of Victoria
Asian Canadians, Christianity, and Brokerage: Victoria’s Missions and Missionaries

Timothy Stanley, University of Ottawa
The Problem of the Contact Zone in Societies Structured in Dominance: The Role of Harry Hastings in the Chinese Students’ Strike

Henry Yu, University of British Columbia
Don’t Bother with the Textbooks: Chinese Canadian Stories and Educational Resources Using New Technologies

 

The program is free, open to the public and an excellent opportunity to hear from these four distinguished historians all in one session.

For further information, contact Penney Clark at penney.clark@ubc.ca

CHEA Poster October 19-j print

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