A Racial Reckoning: Discussion of Cathy Park Hong's Minor Feelings
Department: Center for Critical Korean StudiesDate and Time: February 3, 2021 | 10:00 AM-11:00 AM
Event Location: Zoom Meeting
A Racial Reckoning: Discussion of Cathy Park Hong’s Minor Feelings
Discussion of “United” (chapter 1) from Minor Feelings
Wednesday, February 3, 10 AM - 11 AM (Pacific Time)
Isa Quintana, Assistant Professor of Asian American Studies, UCI
Richard Cho, Research Librarian for the Humanities and Literature, UCI
Please register: bit.ly/CathyParkHong
Access the reading: bit.ly/Minor_Feelings
Cathy Park Hong, author of the best-selling book Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning, will be visiting UCI on April 15. Numerous events since the publication of Minor Feelings in early 2000 have asked the US to reckon with its histories and pervasive cultures of systemic racism. What exactly needs to be reckoned with, and who should be involved? What does it mean to be Asian American in this unprecedented moment? Do literature and the humanities more broadly play unique roles in interrogating the events we find ourselves in?
To learn more about Minor Feelings, please see: https://guides.lib.uci.edu/UCIBigRead/minorfeelings
In anticipation of Hong's visit, please join our reading group, where we will launch our #notsominorfeelings: six word memoir project (https://www.sixwordmemoirs.com).
Co-Sponsored by: UCI Illuminations, UCI Humanities Center, Center for Critical Korean Studies, UCI Libraries, Critical Inquiries for Multilingualism, Program in Global Language & Communication, AAPI Womxn in Leadership
For more information, please contact Judy Wu (email@example.com)