Letty Chen, associate professor of modern Chinese language and literature in Arts & Sciences, delivered a lecture titled “Technology of Memory: How We Remember and How We Forget” in late June at the University of Hong Kong.
Centered on the use of the internet as a space for ordinary Chinese citizens to share their recollections of their experiences during the Mao era, Chen’s lecture explored tensions of different memories of a shared traumatic historical moment. Read more on the Arts & Sciences site.
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