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That Day Now: A Conversation with Keiko Ogura

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On That Day in 1945, the first atomic bomb attacked Hiroshima, three days later Nagasaki, and changed the world ever after. Hiroshima survivor Keiko Ogura, comes to Syracuse University for a ten day visit and to participate in a series of events. The Moynihan Institute’s East Asia Program invites you to lunch and conversation with Keiko Ogura, hosted by George Kallander, Director of the East Asia Program.

On the following day, Ms. Ogura will deliver the keynote at an Interdisciplinary Symposium.  For more information, please visit That Day Now Symposium

More information on Ms. Ogura's visit can be found at the School of Architecture, The College of Arts & Sciences, and SU News

Ms. Ogura's ten day visit is sponsored by the Japan Foundation and the following Syracuse University offices, centers, and institutes: Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs/East Asia Program, Languages, Literatures and Linguistics, College of Visual and Performing, Arts/The Canary Lab, Office of the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, Humanities Center, School of Architecture, College of Arts & Sciences, Office of Veteran and Military Affairs, Asian and Asian American Studies, SU Abroad, Center for Human Policy, SU Libraries, School of Education, SI Newhouse School of Public Communications, Disability Cultural Center

Additional Sponsors:
Barclay Damon

Gabe Nugent

For more information about this event, please contact Havva Karakas-Keles,

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Exterior of Maxwell in black and white when there was no Eggers building

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