Invitation to Submit “Signature” Works for 2010 EWC/EWCA Alumni Conference

East-West Center alumni are invited to submit one “signature work” –a book, a DVD, etc. — for display at the 2010 EWC/EWCA 50th Anniversary International Conference.

Only one submission will be accepted per EWC alum. The term “signature” is used to mean that this single  “signature work” is  the best example of the  professional work from its author.

Each submission should be accompanied by a one-page fact sheet on the submission, including title, medium, publisher/distributor (including the author, if applicable), and contact information for ordering or more information.

Submitted works will be prominently displayed during the conference. After the conference they will be donated to the UH’s Hamilton Library and the EWC’s library (no works will be returned).

Works should be mailed to:

Elisa Johnston

Publications Manager

Attn: Signature Works

1601 East-West Road, # 2072

Honolulu, Hawaii 96848-1601

Works must be received by June 15 to be eligible for display.


6 thoughts on “Invitation to Submit “Signature” Works for 2010 EWC/EWCA Alumni Conference

  1. To: Ms. Johnston
    May I know if compilation of lectures made to 19 universities and colleges in the Association of Christian Colleges and Universities (ACUCA) can be considered ‘signature work’? for diaplay at the 2010 Conference? Also lectures in the Czech Republic as part of the International Service-learning Partnership and Leadership conference (published in the festchrift for Howard Berry, founder of IPSL, N.YJ), and another paper presentation in Torino Italy in the European Association of International Education on the subject of Service-Learning, Philippine Experience.

    Thank you for your prompt response.

    Deana Aquino, Ph.D.

  2. Hi,
    I would like to submit my “Ramayana in the Arts of Asia” for the display. Can I bring the book instead of mailing it? It’s too heavy and costly to do this from Indonesia. I plan to come in to Hawaii at least a week before the conference.

  3. Aloha Ms. Johnston,

    I would like to donate / contribute my book ” The Lost Miracles of Ancient Admiral Chen Hoe / ZhengHe “. He was reputated as the 1st. ancient mariner to had circumvented the world even before Megallen. The book explained how the finger print marks got on to the Talang fish body and why it is taboo for the Chinese to eat this fish specie. The Chen Hoe miracle is the only one in history to have a living proof evidence to mark the event unlike the parting of the Red Sea by Mosses which left nothing for us to see.

    KC Lee

  4. Wow! Is this the same Garrett Kam who is the dancer, formerly from Hawaii?
    I met you when I went to Bali in 1987, 1988, 1990 (last one w/ EW Center).
    I am Paul Nagano’s friend; I think I met you at Neka Museum and several other places. I stayed up at Penestanan and later in Pongosekan.
    Living on Kaua’i still….

  5. Hi Carol,
    Yes, it’s me, the dancer whom you met in Bali. Will be coming for the EWCA conference, so hope to see you in Honolulu then if you are there.

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