Dr. Felix Moos discusses his experiences in childhood as part of a German military family living in Manchuria, the events in his life that led to his interest in East Asian Studies, his experiences flying 100 missions in the Korean War, the development of East Asian Studies at the University of Kansas, and his life as an anthropology professor and researcher.This video interview of Dr. Felix Moos by Dr. Megan Greene is a part of the University of Kansas East Asian Studies Faculty Interview Series.
Moos, F. (2014, October). University of Kansas Center for East Asian Studies Faculty Interview Series: An Anthropologist's Asian Journeys. (M. Greene, Interviewer) KU Mediahub. Lawrence. Retrieved from https://mediahub.ku.edu/media/An+Anthropologist%E2%80%99s+Asian+Journeys/0_lwedyjf6
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