February 11, 2021

The Chinese Diaspora and the Future of Literary Studies

Nan Z. Da, Elaine Auyoung, and Jane Hu in conversation

Join n+1 contributor Nan Z. Da in conversation with scholars Elaine Auyoung and Jane Hu for a discussion about Da’s celebrated essay in n+1 Issue 38, “Disambiguation, a Tragedy,” which explores literary criticism and the Chinese diaspora.

The conversation will be held via Zoom; register here.

7 PM
Thursday, February 11
On Zoom

Nan Z. Da teaches literature at the University of Notre Dame. She is the author of “Disambiguation, a Tragedy,’’ in n+1 Issue 38.

Elaine Auyoung is an associate professor of English at the University of Minnesota. She is the author of When Fiction Feels Real: Representation and the Reading Mind, published by Oxford in 2018.

Jane Hu is a PhD candidate in English and Film & Media at UC-Berkeley. Her writing has appeared in venues like Textual Practice, Modernism/modernity, Victorian Studies, The New Yorker, The New York Times, and Bookforum.