Woman and City, a conversation with Wang Anyi

One of China's most critically-acclaimed writers, Shanghai-based Wang Anyi has published twelve novels including The Song of Everlasting Sorrow (Weatherhead Books on Asia/Columbia University Press), The Age of Enlightenment, Heavenly Fragrance, and Anonymous. She is the winner of many prestigious literary prizes, including the Lu Xun Prize, "The Writer of the Year" of the Chinese Literary Media, and The Dream of the Red Chamber Prize offered in Hong Kong. Her work was nominated in 2011 for the Man Booker International Prize. She is a professor at Fudan University.

Hosted by Lydia H. Liu and Eugenia Lean
Monday, 21 March at 6:00pm
104 Jerome Greene Hall
Columbia University
Registration required
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Cosponsored by Weatherhead East Asian Institute; Heyman Center for the Humanities at Columbia University; Center for Translation Studies at Barnard College; East Asian Languages and Cultures Department at Columbia University; C.V. Starr East Asian Library; Columbia Law School Center for Contemporary Critical Thought; Institute for Research on Women, Gender, and Sexuality; Literary Translation at Columbia, Columbia School of the Arts; and Columbia University Press.