PERSPECTIVES | Jane Wong, Associate Professor of Creative Writing

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Jane Wong looks over her shoulder and holds a bunch of pink flowers near her chin.

Date and Time

Thu, Oct 21, 2021 - 5:00pm

Jane Wong will be leading a guided discussion and poetry writing in response to Anida's show, engaging silence, fear, and transnational community.

The Perspectives Series brings together scholars from a range of backgrounds and interests to lead informal 45-minute discussions of topics conjured by the art installations.

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