10th Annual Asian Studies Development Program National Conference 2003: The Asian Studies Development Program a Joint Program of the East-West Center and the University of Hawai'i

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10th Annual Asian Studies Development Program National Conference 2003: The Asian Studies Development Program a Joint Program of the East-West Center and the University of Hawai'i


Supported by a Generous Grant from The Henry Luce Foundation

With sincere appreciation to the Paradise Valley Community College International Education Committee and Center for International Studies for all of their support and assistance with the 2003 Asian Studies Development Program's National Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona. And special thanks to Michele Marion, Director of International Education, Paradise Valley Community College.

Program Committee

Ronnie Littlejohn, Program Chair Peter Hershock David Jones Joe Overton

Acknowledgments

ASDP Co-Directors:

Elizabeth Buck, Director, Education Program East-West Center

Roger T. Ames, Professor of Philosophy University of Hawai'i at Manoa

Asian Studies Development Program Association of Regional Centers

University of Alaska--Anchorage

Belmont University, Tennessee

Black Hawk College, Illinois

Central Arkansas University

Central Washington University

City College of San Francisco

College of DuPage, Illinois

Eckerd College, Florida

Johnson County Community College, Kansas

Kapiolani Community College--Hawai'i

Kennesaw State University, Georgia

Middlesex Community College, Massachusetts

Morgan State University, Maryland

Paradise Valley Community College, Arizona

Community College of Philadelphia

Slippery Rock University, Pennsylvania

Trident Technical College, South Carolina

Tulsa Community College

University of Redlands, California

Sponsors

East-West Center

University of Hawai'i

International Education Committee

Paradise Valley Community College

Center for International Studies

Conference Program

Thursday, March 6

1:00-3:00 Association of Regional Centers Director's Meeting

2:00-3:15 Registration

3:30-5:00 A. Special Session I.

The Work of Henry Rosemont, Jr.

Chair: Mary Bockover, Humboldt State University

Ewing Chinn, Trinity University The Good is Prior to the Right: Rosemont on Human Rights

Peimin Ni, Grand Valley State College Revive the Lost Scholarship for the Sake of World Harmony

Jim Qiming Chen, University of Maryland, University College

The Role of Interactive Study in Enhancing Student Success

Respondents: Mary Bockover and Henry Rosemont, Jr.

5:00-7:00 Reception

7:00-9:00 Art Walk

Friday, March 7

9:00-10:15

B. Dynamics in the Pacific Rim

Chair: Joseph Overton, University of Hawai'i, Kapiolani

Dave Harbster, Paradise Valley Community College Winning by Losing: The Impact of Malaysia's Population and Economic Goals Upon Ecological Systems Services

Nina Morgan, Kennesaw State College Representing Activism: Indonesian Theater and Ratna Sarumpaet

Esther Sianipar and Peter Suwarno, Arizona State University Challenges of Mediation in a Plural Third World Society: Why Conflict Resolutions in Indonesia Failed

C. Special Session II.

Daoism in Practice

Chair: Ronnie Littlejohn, Association of Regional Centers, ASDP and Belmont University

Zhi Peng Huang, Transmitter of the Huang Zhengyi Lineage, Fuijian Province, P.R. China Work of a Daoshi in Current Southern China

Hai Wei Chen, Translator, Xiamen, P.R. China

Respondent: Erin Cline, Baylor University

10:45-12:00

D. Asia in Global Connections.

Chair: Nancy Hume, Independent Scholar

Anne Cavender, University of Redlands Lessons of Variety and Freedom: East-West Comparative Literature

Sawa Kurotani Becke, University of Redlands Out of Asia: Asian Migration and Its Pedagogical Potential

Yukiko Kawahara, University of Redlands California Rolls and Fortune Cookies: Teaching Japanese and Chinese Popular Culture in the U. …

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