University of the Ryukyus Professor Katsunori Yamazato will be doing a talk on Friday, November 16 at 3pm in Moore Hall 319. This talk, titled “The Resurgence of Okinawan Language Through Contemporary Okinawan Literature,” is part of The UHM Colleges of Arts & Sciences and the Dai Ho Chun Distinguished Lecturer Series. Please click to see this flyer for all the details.
This lecture is made possible by the late Dr. Dai Ho Chun through his estate gift, which established the Dai Ho Chun Endowment for Distinguished Lecturers at the UH-Mānoa Colleges of Arts and Sciences. Dr. Chun was a distinguished and visionary educator. This lecture is also sponsored by the UHM College of Arts and Sciences; the UHM College of Languages, Linguistics, and Literature; the UHM Center for Okinawan Studies; and Mānoa: A Pacific Journal of International Writing.
Visitor parking is available at the Lower Campus Parking Structure (adjacent to the Athletic Complex), where you pay a flat rate of $5 (before 4pm) at the guard posts located at the Waialae or Dole Street entrance gates. Visitor parking is also available near Moore Hall in the parking lots at the Center for Korean Studies or Kennedy Theater in designated green marked stalls. In these lots, you pay $2 for every half hour at the automated pay station (machine) located in each lot.
Please see specific details about visitor parking at: http://www.hawaii.edu/parking/visitorpayment.php
Visitor parking map: http://www.hawaii.edu/parking/resources/MapFiles/visitorparkingmap.pdf
Hope to see you then!