Comfort Women: The Gendered Violence of Militarism

This Webinar explores one of Japan's wartime crimes: comfort
women, who were forced to be sex slaves for Japanese soldiers.
Inviting three distinguished speakers, the webinar will discuss
national and transnational narratives of comfort women in
Japan, Korea, the Philippines, and the United States, including
the underly ing militarism and structural violence evinced by this
practice and embedded in our civil society. The speakers are Dr.
Tomomi Yamaguchi, Associate Professor at Montana State
University; Ms. Sharon Cabusao-Silva of Lila Pilipina, an NGO
that supports comfort women in the Philippines, and Dr. Alexis
Dudden, Professor at the University of Connecticut.

Dial-In Information

Register via Eventbrite (*note: registrants will receive the webinar link the day before the event): https://www.eventbrite.com/e/comfort-women-the-gendered-violence-of-militarism-tickets-457165533417

Thursday, January 26 at 7:00pm to 8:30pm

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