In conjunction with Stanford historian Thomas Mullaney's course on Race and Ethnicity in East Asia (Winter 2015) and co-sponsored by the Center for East Asian Studies, I'll be screening my film on campus on Friday, February 20, 2015, from 10-12:30. This public screening will be followed by a conversation between Professor Mullaney and me, and then open discussion with students and scholars, all which I am really looking forward to. It's been great to receive feedback and insights on my research from scholars across the disciplines, because it helps me to better understand and conceptualize my findings. And, of course, these discussions are very important ways for all of us to deepen our understandings of tourism and its consequences in the contemporary world.
Here are some details on the event (click on the link for more information and to RSVP):
农家乐 Peasant Family Happiness Stanford screening
Friday, 2/20/2015, 10-12:30
Lane History Corner, Building 200, Room 034
This is an amazing way to start to my year, and I'm hoping 2015 will be filled with opportunities to share my film and develop new ideas and projects!