An Evening with Best-Selling Author Min Jin Lee
10 Garden St.
Tue., Feb. 12, 2019, 4:15 – 5:30 a.m.
Who are the modern Koreans, and what do they care about? Koreans have experienced colonialism, diaspora, war, national division, immigration, and a persistent nuclear threat — and yet, they have achieved extraordinary gains in their homelands and elsewhere.
In this lecture, Lee will explore the will of Koreans to survive and flourish as global citizens, their enduring faith in education, and the costs of such a quest and what it may mean to the larger world they seek to engage. Register online.
Gazette Classification: Humanities, Lecture, Social Sciences, Special Events
Organization/Sponsor: Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study
Speaker(s): Min Jin Lee, Catherine A. and Mary C. Gellert Fellow, Radcliffe Institute; New York Times Best-Selling Author of “Pachinko” and “Free Food for Millionaires”
Contact Info: [email protected]
More info: www.radcliffe.harvard.edu…