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紐英崙華人歷史協會李燦輝講座系列 9/26

CHSNE Tunney F. Lee Memorial Lecture Series

In memory of 2002 Sojourner Award recipient and our longtime friend and collaborator Professor Tunney Fee Lee (李燦輝, 1931-2020), CHSNE has established the CHSNE Tunney F. Lee Memorial Lecture Series to continue his lifelong work of preserving and promoting the history of Chinese Americans. The series will feature speakers on various topics related to the history of Chinese Americans and lectures/seminars will be held in locations in the Boston area and/or virtually based on speaker availability and health regulation at the time. Tunney himself has kindly given many interesting talks on the history of Chinese and Chinatown in Boston over the years so we see this as a fitting tribute to his legacy of historical preservation.

September 26th, 2:00 PM EST

  • The inaugural seminar - Stories From the City: Contemporary Senior Migrants and Boston's Chinatown 
Over the past several decades, increasing numbers of Chinese-born senior citizens have left China to migrate to the U.S. for the first time as older adults. For many of these seniors, their recent moves are tied to long histories of emigrant pathways from Guangdong Province to the U.S.—echoing similar kinds of influences that affected Tunney Lee to come to Boston in 1938 when he was 7 years old.
In this talk, I take inspiration from Tunney Lee’s belief that to understand a city, it’s necessary to know stories about the people who live there: Who are they? What are their lives like? What’s brought them there? I focus on stories I heard while doing 7 years of ethnographic research among seniors who hail from Guangdong Province and have relocated in their 60s and 70s to Boston, where they work in restaurants, as caregivers for children or infirm adults, as janitors and hotel cleaners, and, in a handful of cases, as administrative help in Boston Chinatown offices. Through these stories, I trace the historical pathways that have led to seniors’ later-life migration trajectories and explore the continuities and changes that have animated some typical Chinese immigrant experiences to the U.S. over the past 100+ years.
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Tunney F. Lee Memorial Lecture Series

Tunney Lee recognized at the 40th Annual Preservation Awards
In memory of 2002 Sojourner Award recipient and our longtime friend and collaborator Professor Tunney Fee Lee (李燦輝, 1931-2020), CHSNE has established the CHSNE Tunney F. Lee Memorial Lecture series to continue his lifelong work of preserving and promoting the history of Chinese Americans. The series will feature speakers on various topics related to the history of Chinese Americans and lectures/seminars will be held in locations in the Boston area and/or virtually based on speaker availability and health regulation at the time. Tunney himself has kindly given many interesting talks on the history of Chinese and Chinatown in Boston over the years so we see this as a fitting tribute to his legacy of historical preservation.
A giant in the field of urban planning and architecture, Tunney was the head of the Department of Urban Studies and Planning (DUSP) at MIT, founding head of the Department of Architecture at Chinese University in Hong Kong and Chief of Planning and Design at the Boston Redevelopment Authority. The history of Chinese in Boston was close to his heart as his great grandfather arrived in Boston in 1892 and he himself arrived in Boston in 1938 at the age of 7. In recent years, Tunney led the multimedia Boston Chinatown Atlas project in partnership with CHSNE and many others which documented the development and changes of the neighborhood over the years. At the time of his death, Tunney was working on a book about Boston Chinatown and today CHSNE director and Tunney’s collaborator David Chang continues to work on the extensive collection of files, photos and writings left by Tunney with the objective to complete and publish his unfinished work.
York Lo, CHSNE Tunney Lee Memorial Lecture Series Committee Chair
CHSNE is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit organization; all or a part of your donation may be tax-deductible.

Lecture pages


Stories from the City: Contemporary Chinese Senior Migrants and Boston’s Chinatown
Stories from the City: Contemporary Chinese Senior Migrants and Boston’s Chinatown

哈佛中國文化工作坊  (同北美華文作家協會紐英倫分會)自9月起,將與各地社團合作,計劃金秋推出一連串的雲端精彩講座:

1)
哈佛中國文化工作坊(同北美華文作家協會紐英倫分會)
推薦雲端講座
女性與失智症 --阿滋海默症 9月12日
時間: 美東時間 晚間7:00- 10:00  (美西時間下午4:00- 7:00
          台北京滬時間 翌日早晨 7:00- 10:00)

    有人說女性為阿滋海默症的中心,因為 65歲以 上的阿滋海默症患者中2/3 為女性(360)2/3 的照護者為女性,專業照護人員女性占大多數,失智症的照護者中有1/3是女兒。讓我們一起來關心身邊的女性親友,藉由對話,讓我們對阿滋海默症與相關失智症,及其帶來的影響有更深的認識
*** 主題/主講:
張珮寧 社區教育推廣經理 服務項目總監 歡迎



***「女性與阿滋海默症--失智症」
鄭文立醫師,神經科專科醫師, 花蓮慈濟醫院,助理教授,
加州大學舊金山分校

***「有關失智症的話題」

蔡懷香女士
阿滋海默症協會北加州與北內華達州分會華裔諮詢委員/講師,
阿滋海默症協會北加州與北內華達州分會亞裔基金創辦人

***「荒蕪與豐富」

蔡怡女士,家屬照顧者,  曾任職英語教學主管, 現為專職作家。

《烤神仙》,《忘了我是誰》的作者蔡怡,與失智父親朝夕相處
他人生最後的五年半,蔡怡近距離觀看並不想知道的老病過程,
目睹父親靈魂之舟擱淺於生命之河,她把每日面對的荒蕪、枯朽,
轉換成豐盛,以春暖花開的心情迎戰。

曾經和失智的父親最熟悉,卻變得最陌生。蔡怡陪在父親身邊五年
多,父親對她的稱呼由女兒,變成蔡大姐,老板娘,不認識的小姐,但這一段溫暖又傷痛的歲月,在她心中永不褪色。


日期: 2020年  9/12日星期六  
時間: 美東時間 晚間7:00- 10:00  美西時間下午4:00- 7:00
          台北京滬時間 翌日早晨 7:00- 10:00

2)2020年9月26日 「如歌的行板」|評述詩人瘂弦的
影片及演講雲端會議 。

3)10月24日國家文藝奬得主夏烈教授 評述其母—林海音 的影片「兩地」;
4)11月21日師大教授須文蔚評述 楊牧的影片
「朝向一首詩的完成」;
5)12月12日名家季季評述「化城再來人」|周夢蝶與
明星咖啡館影片。
後4場訂於美東時間:晚間 9:00-- 
                   美西時間:晚間 6:00--
                  台北京滬時間翌日早晨9:00--
   這4場我們將與難得的全球文學團體 「海外華文女作家協會」--張鳳現任執行長--合辦,也和「他們在島嶼寫作」系列及西部的人文磚等社團合作,推出「文學與傳承」系列多集經典文學講座。藉由影片及講座方式,舉辦多次 Zoom meeting 雲端講座 ,介紹一代著名文學家給諸位。
   聯合議定:合作的本會員及協辦單位會友及學生 參加免費(贊助)
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其餘四場請以電郵changphong@gmail.com 報名 參與,並萬請留神告知:上網姓名 。

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