From Week 3 to Week 10 Week 6, 2/8 Still Hear the Wound Film
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From Week 3 to Week 10
Week 6, 2/8 Still Hear the Wound
Film Still Hear the Wound DVD (2015) [reserves] CW
Times: 1:52:00 to the end
Readings “You Don’t Want to Know About the Girls?,” Tessa Morris Suzuki (2015)
“Her Narration and Body: On Soni Kum’s Film Work,” Ikeuchi Yasuko
(2008) [canvas] In your discussions, I would like you to:
1. Respond to the question posed at the end of Tuesday’s lecture
2. Ask at least one question that you have about the topics or ideas addressed in the lecture, a
a scene from the film, or the reading
3. Respond to at least one question in the discussion.
Credit will only be applied to those who have fulfilled these three requirements.
As we are learning asynchronously, your participation grade will be calculated based on your weekly group discussion posts for weeks 3 through 9. Group discussion posts should be short, informal responses to the questions I pose in Tuesdays’ lectures. They are due on Thursday each week by 9 PM and cannot be made up for credit.
Lecture Link(WATCH IT PLEASE!!!):
Discussion Question (Pick One) (Discussion Questions are also in the ‘lecture slides’ file, kindly check it out if confuses due to my possible typos below):
1. After watching Kum Soni’s description of her performances, consider the links that she makes between living and dying. How does her performance art help create these links?
2. The topic of historical narrative and the impossibility for history to represent collective memory is central to both Tessa Morris-Suzuki’s article and Ikeuchi Yasuko’s analysis of Kum Soni’s work. What, if anything, do you think can be done to make up for historical injustices?
3. Although accounts of the comfort women system were available in memoirs, fiction, and other materials before the 80s and 90s (for example, uman ribu activists raised the issue), public discourse about comfort women did not really occur until the 1990s. Who and what might be responsible for this silence?
Discussion Post from A Peer: