Five College Consortium

Five College Center for East Asian Studies (FCCEAS)

Archived Webinars

A Time Capsule of Ancient China: Lady Dai and the Tombs of Mawangdui (3/2/2016)
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/7876052851393793795
Presenter: Christine Liu-Perkins, author


China at the Movies: Chinese History and Culture in its Films (3/9/2016) 
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/3908669651882144003
Presenter: Dr. Sue Tuohy, Indiana University
If you would like the supplementary materials which accompany this webinar, please contact fcceas@fivecolleges.edu. (Not yet available; no estimated availability date at this time).


The Cost of Peace: Okinawa's Post-WWII History (3/21/2016)
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/3526446424982864131
Presenter: Jacques Fuqua, Texas A&M University-Commerce


The Life and Times of General Douglas MacArthur (2/23/2016)
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/311917527955474948
Presenter: Amanda Williams, MacArthur Memorial


General Douglas MacArthur: WWII in the Pacific (4/19/2016)
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/1078758719846201347 
Presenter: James Zobel, MacArthur Memorial


Okinawa Before the Dawn: The Island's History Before 1945 (2/8/2016)
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/8820935760401170178
Presenter: Jacques Fuqua, Texas A&M University-Commerce


Hiroshima Hibakusha: Sufferings of Survivors, Actions for Peace (2/17/2016)
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/7617725892673492739
Presenter: Masaya Nemoto, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo


High Chest of Drawers, about 1730-40. Japanned butternut, maple, white pine. Bequest of Charles Hithcock Tyler. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Stories of Global Trade: Asia and the Americas (10/21/2015)
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/2569582133897625345
Presenter: Willamarie Moore, Head of School Programs and Teacher Resources at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

List of Resources available on our Classroom Resources for Download page.
Visit the Exhibit URL: http://www.mfa.org/exhibitions/made-in-the-americas
Image caption: High Chest of Drawers, about 1730-40. Japanned butternut, maple, white pine. Bequest of Charles Hithcock Tyler. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.


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FOR INFORMATION ON VIEWING THESE WEBINARS:

 

  • All About Korea
  • The Art of Taiwanese Puppet Theater
  • Background for the Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki: A Chronology
  • Buddhism Along the Silk Road
  • Chinese Characters and the Stories They Tell 
  • Cultural Encounters: Teaching Japan in World History
  • Culture Day in Japan: Living National Treasures & Tangible Cultural Properties
  • The Culture of Genji 
  • DISTANT VOICES: 19th Century American Diplomats, Missionaries, and Adventurers in East Asia 
  • Education in South Korea
  • Elementary School Life in Japan
  • Footbinding in China
  • Getting a Hold on Contemporary Chinese Cities
  • The Great Wave of Hokusai and the Great Wave of 3-11: Japanese Artists’ Responses to Nature
  • The Impact of the 3/11 Triple Disaster on Folk Arts in Iwate Prefecture, Japan 
  • Introduction to the National Consortium for Teaching about Asia
  • Japanese Aesthetics: from Ma to Kata
  • Japanese Tea Ceremony
  • Japan's Textbook Controversy
  • Korean Reunification: Party of Six? Your Table is Ready.
  • Korean Reunification: A Bitter Taste of Paradise 
  • Korean Samulnori
  • Life in Shikoku: Noodles, Pilgrimage, and More
  • Musical Geography of Japan
  • October 10 in Taiwan and Japan
  • Okinawa
  • O-Shogatsu: Japanese New Year's Traditions Explained  
  • Other Voices in Japan: South Asia
  • Out of the Shadows: The Ainu of Japan
  • Pacifism in Japan: Kagawa Toyohiko
  • "Playing" in Japan: An Introduction to Japanese Theater 
  • Rikuzentakata Two Years Later: An Update from the Field after the 3/11 Disaster
  • Sakura in Japanese Culture
  • Samurai Monogatari: An Illustrated Tale of the Samurai
  • A Summary of Mongolian History and Culture 
  • Teaching about March 11 and Japan’s Recovery 
  • Through Children's Eyes: Hiroshima
  • Yokohama Yankee: A Conversation with author Leslie Helm