TORONTO, October 21, 2008 - Professor Jian Guan of Ryerson University will release part of new research on the impact of the media reporting on the Arab and Muslim Communities in the wake of 9/11; and on the Chinese and other East and Southeast Asian communities following SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) at the “WHOSE HISTORY FOR WHOSE FUTURE” Conference hosted by the Association for Canadian Studies in Québec City, October 24-26, 2008. The CRRF is presenting four workshops at the Conference.
Professor Guan’s presentation: “Media Analysis and Beyond: Post 9/11 and Post-SARS” will form part of the CRRF-sponsored panel discussion on “MEDIA, DIVERSITY AND RACE RELATIONS” on Sunday, October 26, 2008 at the Hôtel Pur in Québec City.
The media focus is part of a larger research conducted by Professor Guan on “MULTI-BARRIERS FOR ASIAN IMMIGRANT SETTLEMENT AND INTEGRATION: A COMPARATIVE EVENT ANALYSIS OF POST 9/11 AND POST-SARS, funded by the Canadian Race Relations Foundation under its Contract Research program which will be released later this year.
What:“Media Analysis and Beyond: Post 9/11 and Post-SARS”
Who:Prof.Jian Guan, Program Evaluation and Research Coordinator of the Gateway for International Professionals, Ryerson University
When: Sunday, October 26, 2008
Where:Hôtel Pur, Québec City<
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