The Five College Center for East Asian Studies is pleased to offer Human Landscapes of East Asia (Focus: China, Japan, Korea) for New Hampshire teachers July 23-25, 2012 (8:30 am-3:30 pm) at Newfound Regional High School, Bristol, NH.

Co-sponsored by the New Hampshire Council for the Social Studies, with additional funding from the Freeman Foundation, this workshop will address Theme E: Cultural Development, Interaction and Change of the New Hampshire Curriculum Framework. In particular, topics in geography, world history, anthropology, sociology and psychology will be discussed. The workshop will include lectures by East Asia specialists and curriculum implementation discussions. This workshop is most appropriate for middle school and high school teachers, and they will be given first priority in registering for the 20 spots in this workshop.

Participants will receive $130 worth of curriculum materials, including a subscription to Education about Asia. Upon completion of the workshop, participants will receive a $100 stipend and certificate of completion.

For additional information and the application form, see the attached document. For more information, contact Arlene Kowal, seminar leader at or

Flyer and Application.

Anne Prescott, Director Five College Center for East Asian Studies

Smith College

69 Paradise Road, Florence Gilman Pavilion

Northampton, MA 01063

tel 413-585-3754; fax 413-585-3748