Korean War: Past and Present
April 19- 20, 2007 - 9:00am - 4:00pm
Joanne Rhim Lee and Richard Kagan
This two-day course will focus on past and present issues from the Korean War: the Japanese colonization of Korea, the outbreak and major events of the Korean War, foreign involvement, reunification efforts, and the current nuclear standoff. In addition, we will look at the Still Present Pasts exhibit at Intermedia Arts in Minneapolis (April 14 – June 15, 2007) and the role art has played in the expression and healing of this war. Activities include lectures from Hamline University professor Richard Kagan, curriculum developed specifically for high school students, and an excursion to the Still Present Pasts exhibit.
Teachers will earn 1 Continuing Education Credit and lunch is included in the registration fee.
**Please note that teacher stipends of $125 are available to help teachers cover the cost of substitute teachers, travel, or teaching materials.**
Registration Fee: $35 - includes lunch, excursion & transportation, teaching materials
Teacher Stipends Available: $125
Registration Deadline: Friday, April 13, 2007
Register at http://igs.cla.umn.edu/outreach
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