Mershon Monday: Rithy Panh with Erin Lin on story-building and speaking with the dead

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Red apple with a bite taken out of it on a stack of books in front of a cartoon globe. Text to right reads Mershon Mondays.
October 3, 2022
12:00PM - 1:30PM
Location
Derby Hall 1039

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Add to Calendar 2022-10-03 12:00:00 2022-10-03 13:30:00 Mershon Monday: Rithy Panh with Erin Lin on story-building and speaking with the dead Join Erin Lin, Assistant Professor of Political Science, as we talk with acclaimed filmmaker Rithy Panh about his memories of Cambodia during the Khmer Rouge, his film-making process, and his body of work, which explores how war sediments itself into everyday life.  Two of Panh's poetic documentaries are being shown at the Wexner Center : "The Missing Picture" (2013) on Sunday afternoon, October 2nd, and "Irradiated" (2020), a comparative look across 20th century wartime violence, on Monday evening. Panh’s memoir of confronting the commandant of the killing fields is available at the Wexner Center bookstore. Erin Lin is Assistant Professor of Global Food Politics in the Department of Political Science. She specializes in the study of human and economic development in post-conflict Cambodia, focusing on the role of unexploded bombs leftover from the Vietnam War. No pre-registration is required and a light lunch will be served to attendees. This is an in-person event only.  Derby Hall 1039 Mershon Center mershoncenter@osu.edu America/New_York public
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Join Erin Lin, Assistant Professor of Political Science, as we talk with acclaimed filmmaker Rithy Panh about his memories of Cambodia during the Khmer Rouge, his film-making process, and his body of work, which explores how war sediments itself into everyday life.  Two of Panh's poetic documentaries are being shown at the Wexner Center : "The Missing Picture" (2013) on Sunday afternoon, October 2nd, and "Irradiated" (2020), a comparative look across 20th century wartime violence, on Monday evening. Panh’s memoir of confronting the commandant of the killing fields is available at the Wexner Center bookstore.

Erin Lin is Assistant Professor of Global Food Politics in the Department of Political Science. She specializes in the study of human and economic development in post-conflict Cambodia, focusing on the role of unexploded bombs leftover from the Vietnam War.

No pre-registration is required and a light lunch will be served to attendees. This is an in-person event only. 

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