This course will explore "religion and globalization" in the context of Indonesia. There will be a 3-credit course in the Spring and an on-site, 4-week, course during Summer A. Scholarships available. Please contact Dr. Whitney Bauman for more info: email@example.com.
Professor Marr, who has been conducting fieldwork as a Social Science Research Council/Center for Global Partnership Abe Fellow in Japan since May 2014, proposed to show the film "Right to Wynwood," in Kamagasaki, Osaka to stoke debate about art and gentrification in global cites.
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The exhibition is curated by Lidu Yi, Assistant Professor of Art and Art History, in collaboration with Peter Clericuzio, Academic Programs Manager at The Wolfsonian. It is intended to complement Professor Yi’s course “The Arts of China and Japan,” offered at FIU in the fall of 2014.
JETAA-FL is hosting an application workshop for applicants interested in the JET Program. Please bring your application and draft or outline of your statement of purpose. In this workshop, we will answer application questions and work with you to create strong statements of purpose.