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UWAA Night at Seattle Arts & Lectures

Tues. Feb. 15, 2022      6:30–7:30 p.m.

Benaroya Hall, 200 University Street, Seattle, WA 98101

Celebrated author Charles Yu (HBO’s “Westworld;” “How to Live Safely in a Science Fiction Universe”) will be speaking at Seattle Arts & Lectures! Join Connie So, UW American Ethnic Studies teaching professor, for a hosted reception before the main event. SAL’s lecture, moderated by UW’s Shawn Wong, will begin at 7:30 p.m. The UW Alumni Book Club has been reading Yu’s award-winning novel, “Interior Chinatown.” This is a great chance to chat with your fellow Huskies about the book — and about issues of cultural stereotypes in popular media in general.

Tickets are $5, and include admission to the reception and a reserved lecture seat.

Participants should be prepared to present proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test result per UW and King County guidelines. See full details below. Masks required for all attendees.

Special Guest

Dr. Connie So

Teaching Professor, American Ethnic Studies, University of Washington
Dr. Connie So, an immigrant from Hong Kong, grew up in Seattle’s Beacon Hill neighborhood. She received her BAs in English and Communications from the University of Washington (1987), MPA from Princeton University (1989) and Ph.D. in Ethnic Studies at U.C. Berkeley (2000). She is a Professor of Teaching (2020) at UW’s American Ethnic Studies department and the supervisor of the department’s Community Practicum and Internship. She has been active and served on the boards of several local Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander American groups. Since 2020, Dr. So has been the President of the OCA Asian Pacific Advocates of Greater Seattle.


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