Grandson of a Korean Independent Activist Withdraws Offer of Donation to Harvard’s Library

See the full article by The Harvard Crimson here.  Below are excerpts.  —   —   —   —   — Philip “Flip” Ahn Cuddy — grandson of Korean independence activist Ahn Chang-ho, known by his pen name Dosan — wrote in a letter to University President Lawrence S. Bacow...

Letter by Concerned Scholars regarding J. Mark Ramseyer, “Contracting for sex in the Pacific War”

See the full letter here.  Below provides the cover, table of contents, and the introduction of the letter (see the full letter for footnotes).   “Contracting for Sex in the Pacific War”: The Case for Retraction on Grounds of Academic Misconduct A response by:...

Statement by Professors Andrew Gordon and Carter Eckert of Harvard University

This statement is available at https://nrs.harvard.edu/URN-3:HUL.INSTREPOS:37366904.  Below provides a copy of the full statement. Statement by Andrew Gordon, Professor, Department of History Carter Eckert, Professor, Department of East Asian Languages and...

Statement by Council of Korean Americans

Council of Korean Americans Rejects Erasure of the Experiences of Comfort Women by Harvard Professor Washington, DC — The Council of Korean Americans (CKA), a national association of Korean American leaders, stands in solidarity with the Korean students, alumni, and...

Statement by Korean Association of Harvard Law School in Response to Professor J. Mark Ramseyer’s Article “Contracting for Sex in the Pacific War”

Visit KAHLS's page for the full statement and list of endorsements by individuals affiliated with any law school. Following are excerpts from KAHLS's statement: Professor Ramseyer’s arguments are factually inaccurate and misleading. Without any convincing...

Statement by Korean Association of Harvard Law School in Response to Professor J. Mark Ramseyer’s Article “Contracting for Sex in the Pacific War”

Visit KAHLS's page for the full statement and list of endorsements by individuals affiliated with any law school. Following are excerpts from KAHLS's statement: Professor Ramseyer’s arguments are factually inaccurate and misleading. Without any convincing...

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