This event is presented by Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke University.
Bestselling author and National Book Award finalist for her novel Pachinko, Min Jin Lee writes about the Korean diaspora. Through her sensitive depictions of generations of families struggling to make their way in the world, she explores sweeping themes of race, class, gender, immigration, colonialism, and religion. Join Duke History professor Adriane Lentz-Smith for a conversation with Lee on Family, Community, and the Bonds That Make Us.
Please note that this is an in-person event at the Durham Arts Council in downtown Durham. Those who cannot attend in person may register for the event livestream here.
A book signing will follow the one-hour program. Books will be available for sale via the Regulator Bookshop of Durham.