Japan after 3.11 Earthquake: Rethink, Rebuild, Remember ~ Lecture Panel Series across East Coast Universities~

The devastating 9.0-magnitude earthquake that struck the Tohoku (Northeast) Area of Japan on March 11 triggered tsunami waves over 100 ft., claiming 20,000 lives and over a hundred thousand houses. The long-term impact from the unprecedented scale of destruction is immeasurable-- thousands have been displaced, and entire towns have been swept away. As we approach the one year anniversary in March, this project seeks to provide an opportunity to reflect upon the disaster by learning about the current plight and hearing voices from the ground.



Announcements

  • Final Executive Summary The final report summarizing the series of events has now been published. Kindly put together under the leadership of Tomo, the document provides details of attendees and participating scholars at ...
    Posted Sep 29, 2012, 1:38 PM by Jonathan Yanagawa-Kuo
  • Finalized Schedule Updated schedule with lecture dates and locations:https://sites.google.com/site/remembering311/schedule  All participating universities and dates have been confirmed.
    Posted Apr 2, 2012, 1:34 PM by Jonathan Yanagawa-Kuo
  • Shared Documents Dear Inter-Collegiate Committee members:Please check the Shared Files page for past meeting minutes, speaker info, and event proposal (which you are free to distribute with third parties for ...
    Posted Apr 2, 2012, 1:31 PM by Jonathan Yanagawa-Kuo
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Disaster-stricken regions of Tohoku