Conference: 3.11.12 Japan's Earthquake and Tsunami One Year Later
03/11/2012 - 1:00pm - 03/12/2012 - 12:45pm
Thank you to all who came or tuned in to the conference. The presentations were engaging and diverse, and will stimulate further interdisciplinary dialogue on the social issues raised by the 3/11 disasters. Video recordings of the presentations are available.
A conference on the one-year anniversary to address the many issues raised by the natural and nuclear disasters, their aftermath, and their surrounding histories. Diverse experts will explore these questions in terms of economics, business, law, disaster response, religion, social activism, and history
Sunday, March 11 and Monday, March 12, 2012
Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. 120 Physical Sciences Building and 700 Clark Hall
Schedule - for a complete listing of the talks and activities.
Participants - for a listing of the speakers and their fields
Webcast Recording - for viewing each of the conference presentations.
On the one-year anniversary of the 3/11 Northeastern Japan disasters, we convene a conference of over twenty diverse experts to address the many issues raised by the events, their aftermath, as well as the surrounding histories. The overall focus of this conference and the Meridian 180 online forums will be the question of how to bring closure to such crises. This question will be explored in terms of economics, business, law, disaster response, social activism, and history.
Contact Cornell East Asia Program for further information
120 Physical Sciences Building and 700 Clark Hall
tsunami, disasters, crises