EVENT DATE/TIME/LOCATION: April 11, 2014, 3:00-4:30 pm, Moore 319
A talk by UHM Women’s Studies Associate Professor Mire Koikari. Professor Koikari will relate the significance of luncheon meat (aka SPAM) in Okinawa and its role as a narrative nexus for Okinawan expression on a variety of topics relating to war, identity, and, of course, food. Please see flyer for details.
This talk is co-sponsored by the 2014 Waikiki SPAM® Jam as well as the UHM Center for Japanese Studies, Department of Women’s Studies and Center for Okinawan Studies. Light refreshments will be provided.