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Thursday, Feb. 16

The Chinatown Game: Critical Play, Storytelling, and Putting History in its Place.
What happens at the crossroads of race and place? Eileen Chen-yin Chow will trace the history of a particular sort of place and community (Chinatown) and the history of an idea, or state of mind, that has acquired material density through institutional practice, accretion of representations, legal definition, migrant flows, architectual imaginings, urban restructuring, pop cultural representations and commercial promotion. 

Friday, Feb. 17

Origin Stories 
A conversation around storytelling as community, resistance and social transformation. This will highlight current work projects of Story Lab, an experimental humanities lab at Duke University.

 

See the attached flyer for additional information on event times and locations.

Coor Hall room 4403, Tempe campus

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For More Information Contact:

Murphy McGary
School of International Letters and Cultures
Murphy.mcgary@asu.edu
480-965-4674 http://silc.asu.edu