Fiona Lee is Lecturer in English at the University of Sydney, where she teaches global/postcolonial literatures. Her research explores 20th century histories of decolonisation and the cold war in Southeast Asia through the prisms of literature and the arts. She has published academic essays on Malaysian literature, art, and cinema. and is currently working on a book about English as a global literary language and how it shapes postcolonial racial imaginaries.
Sunday 3 May, 11:30 AMAn Yu: Braised Pork
Carriageworks, Elston Room, Eveleigh
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