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Prof. Gregory Lee: "Don't tell!" Silenced Voices, Hidden Memories in Chinese Migrant Communities. CIMS Brown Bag Talk

In this free lunchtime lecture organised by the Cultural Identity and Memory Studies Institute (CIMS), Prof. Gregory Lee will speak about the silenced voices and the hidden memories in Chinese migrant communities.

Professor Gregory Lee specialises in the culture and cultural history of China and its diaspora from the nineteenth-century imagining of China the nation-state to today. His areas of interest include collective memory, censorship, the technical/technological society, the Anthopocene, and the ideology and representation of work. He is particularly interested in the contribution premodern, pre-Chinese thought — as found in the Zhuangzi 莊子 — may make to the resolution of contemporary problems.


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