This conference is part of the New Directions in the Study of US-East Asian Relations under the Dorothy Borg Research Project and featuring the following panels:
RETHINKING AMERICAN EMPIRE
Carol Gluck, Moderator
Ryan Irwin: Shifts in the intellectual underpinnings of the American empire
Paul Chamberlin: World War II, a war for empire
Katherine Epstein: Was the US the greatest threat to world order in the 20th century?
US-EAST ASIAN HISTORY, THEN AND NOW
Lien-Hang Nguyen, Moderator
Jennifer Miller: US-Japan Relations in the post-cold-war world
Meredith Oyen: US-China relations through the lens of migration and immigration politics
Cindy Ewing: New Perspectives on US-Southeast Asia relations
May 17, 2019
10:00 am-5:30 pm
International Affairs Building, Room 918
This was a closed event, not open to the public.