Korean Peninsula Affairs Center: North Korea: A Quaker Approach to Peace on the Korean Peninsula
341 Eggers Hall
Korean Peninsula Affairs Center presents: Dr. Linda Lewis - North Korea: A Quaker Approach to Peace on the Korean Peninsula
Dr. Linda Lewis, Country Representative for China/DPRK (North Korea), American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)
Based in Dalian, China, Linda Lewis is responsible for AFSC’s DPRK program, including its long-standing agricultural development project. She is a regular visitor to the DPRK and has organized numerous study tours and exchanges outside Korea for DPRK partners.
Dr. Lewis has spent much of her career living and working on or near the Korean peninsula, as a Peace Corps Volunteer, a Fulbright grantee and research fellow, and an international program director. She taught for many years at Wittenberg University (Ohio), where she was Professor of Anthropology and Director of the East Asian Studies Program, as well as at Sogang, Kansai Gaidai and Zhejiang universities where she also directed student exchanges. Before joining AFSC in 2010, Dr. Lewis was Vice-President for Academic Affairs at the Institute for Study Abroad – Butler University (Indiana), and Director of Asian and Pacific Studies at the School for International Training-Study Abroad (Vermont). Dr. Lewis received her Ph.D. from Columbia University.
Sponsored by the Korean Peninsula Affairs Center and the East Asia Program at the Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs
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