The Moral Relevance of Korea's Peace History

Venue

15175 Jefferson
Grosse Pointe Park
,
Michigan
48230
,
US

Description

Hope Elizabeth May, Ph.D., J.D., director of the Center for International Ethics at Central Michigan University will lead discussion and dialogue that connects untold stories of Korea's history of non-violence and independence to current events. She has lectured numerous times in South Korea, and, in 2017,received a Fulbright scholar grant to teach at the Graduate Institute of Peace Studies at Kyunghee University in Namyangiu, South Korea.