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50th Anniversary of U.S.-Japan Fulbright Program Offers Opportunity for Reflection on Personal Experiences in Japan

On the 50th Anniversary of the U.S.-Japan Fulbright program, President Bollinger, professors Gerald Curtis, Jagdish Bhagwati and Paul Anderer and William Clark, Japan Society of New York, reflect on personal experiences in Japan, and on the Fulbright Program.

Lee Bollinger
 
Lee Bollinger

Understanding the Culture of Other Countries Is Important, Says Bollinger
President Lee C. Bollinger reflects on time he and his family spent in Japan, and he outlines the importance of understanding the culture of other countries.

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Personal Experiences

Gerald Curtis

Jagdish Bhagwati

Paul Anderer

William Clark

Curtis, Bhagwati, Anderer and Clark Reflect on Personal Experiences in Japan and U.S.-Japan Relations
Gerald Curtis, Burgess Professor of Political Science, Jagdish Bhagwati, University Professor of Political Science and Economics, Paul Anderer, East Asian languages and culture professor, and William Clark, president of the Japan Society in New York, reflect on their own experiences in Japan and on the U.S.-Japan relationship.

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Shot: Sep 23, 2002
Published: Oct 28, 2002
Last modified:Nov 06, 2002