To celebrate Asian Heritage Month, the Library is pleased to invite you to a live conversation with two uOttawa professors and authors Kimberly Quiogue Andrews (Assistant Professor, English department, Faculty of Arts) and Jamie Liew (Faculty of Law, Common Law Section & Director of the Institute of Feminist and Gender Studies)!
Date: May 18, 2022
Time: 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. EDT
Location: 100 Louis-Pasteur Private, Learning Crossroads, CRX230 (2nd floor)
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Kimberly Quiogue Andrews (she/they) is a Filipinx-American poet and literary critic, author of BETWEEN (2018, Finishing Line Press), winner of the New Women’s Voices award, and A Brief History of Fruit (2020, Akron University Press), winner of the Akron Prize for poetry. She is currently Assistant Professor of English and coordinator of creative writing at the University of Ottawa, and she also serves as an editor of the literary magazine Cherry Tree.
Jamie Chai Yun Liew is the recipient of the Jim Wong-Chu Emerging Writers Award from the Asian Canadian Writers' Workshop. She is a lawyer and law professor specializing in immigration, refugee, and citizenship law and the creator of the podcast Migration Conversations. Dandelion is her first novel. She lives in Ottawa with her family.
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