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Welcome Back everyone!

I would like to draw your attention to an exciting new class offered in the College of East Asian Studies this semester: CEAS 181, Chinese Pop Culture, which meets MW 10:50-12:10.

The course examines a wide range of Chinese pop culture materials from film to literature, martial arts to internet culture.

It appears there was some confusion about whether the class is held in Chinese or English.  It is taught in English (a Chinese language class covering similar subjects is CEAS 204).

The film screening time is currently listed as Tuesdays from 4:15-6:15, but that time is just a placeholder as required by the registrar.  The film screenings will be scheduled at a time that works for the students in the class, so if you are in athletics, please don’t let that posted time worry you.

I urge you all to attend on Wednesday and consider adding the class to your schedule.

Best regards,

Prof. Haddad

It was nice seeing Marsha and Mariam at the Post-Quake Haiti lecture yesterday. I am writing to remind everyone that we are having a MMUF Program Informational this afternoon. Please try to stop by and remind those students you referred to us that it is happening. The informational will be held at 6 PM on Thursday, February 10 in 403 Fisk.

Dear Fellow,

I am happy to inform you about the Wesleyan MMUF Program blog. My first post is a reminder about this afternoon’s lecture:

ONE YEAR LATER: ASSESSING DISASTER AND COMMUNITY

IN POST-QUAKE HAITI

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2011

USDAN 108 – 4PM

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