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Conference: Dialogue Under Occupation

Miyume Tanji joined the 5th meeting of the “Dialogue Under Occupation” held in Okinawa, Japan in August 2011. “It’s purpose is the ongoing exploration of dialogue and discourse in areas of the world experiencing occupation. Dialogue under occupation does not mean that the less powerful or powerless are accepting the occupation in any form, but […]

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Dialogue Under Occupation – Okinawa, Japan

This week Miyume Tanji will be attending and presenting at the ‘Dialogue Under Occupation’ Conference in Okinawa, Japan. The Conference is on from 4 – 8  August and the focus is the ongoing exploration of dialogue and discourse in areas of the world experiencing occupation. Miyume’s presentation topic is ‘Legacies of Chamorro loyalty and history […]

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