Great workshop, enthusiastic instructor
An important topic, which drew a crowd of roughly 100 people. Professor Chen argued that the peoples of China and Japan must, in different ways, deal with the national legitimacy narratives that keep the two countries from engaging in a meaningful reflection on the atrocities of the 1937 Nanjing massacre. Further the U.S. must act responsibly toward this history. We all owe an ethical reflection on the events to the vicitims.
Continued discussions from previous sessions, also very good. Watch CornellCast for recordings of all three.
Interesting views on Vikings' origin stories and attitude toward their gods and spirits.
Very interesting learning about the numerous varieties of burials that have been found and studied!
Unfortunately doors closed by the time I got there ...
The speaker clearly outlined the issues the U.S. has to face regarding both the financing and delivery of health care, the ideological divide in terms of how to deal with those issues and answered insightful questions from the audience.