ECU Asian Studies Presents
A Teacher Workshop
for Greeenville, Pitt County, North Carolina
 Social Science Teachers

Representations of the Feminine in  Japanese Literary
Popular Culture

Sponsored by the Harriot College of Arts and Sciences
Interdisciplinary Asian Studies Program,
and the generous financial support of
the Japan Foundation

Saturday October 7, 2006

Science and Technology Building,
Room OC 309
8:30 - 4:00
the public is welcome

Workshop Schedule

Registration 8:30 am
Featured Speaker 9:00 am

Dr. Jan Bardsley
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Professor of Japanese Humanities
and Women's Studies

Documentary Presentation:
Women in Japan:
Memories of the Past,

Dreams for the Future

Lunch for teacher- participants

Afternoon lecture
1:00-2:00 pm

Dr. Bardsley
"Representations of the Feminine
in Japanese Literary and
Popular Culture"

2:00- 3:00 pm

Curricular Issues for Social Science Teachers

Social Science Teacher-Participants
Joyce Gray
Wellcome Middle School

Laura Holloway
Pactolus Elementary School

Ed Tyer
Ayden-Grifton High School

Raven Sixkiller
E. B. Aycock Middle School

Alicia Datz
Ayden-Grifton High School

Libbie Halstead
D. H. Conley High School

  Gail Fletcher
North Pitt High School

Gloria Watson
D. H. Conley High School

 Benjamin Harris
Farmville Central High School

Mary Anne Pennington
Wellcome Middle School

Roger Fisher

Tamela Payne
Ayden Middle School