POSTPONED Lecture: Haiyan Lee, "High Justice, Low Justice"
This lecture has been postponed until the 2020-21 academic year.
About the Lecture
In this talk, Lee uses the 1956 film The Murder Case of Xu Qiuying to illustrate the distinctions between spy thriller and detective fiction, and between "high justice" and "low justice" in the Chinese literary and political-legal traditions.
About the Speaker
Haiyan Lee is a Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures and of Comparative Literature at Stanford University.