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4:00 p.m.
to 5:30 p.m.

A 'Novel' Approach to Discussing Literature: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Yu Hua's 'To Live'

This event takes place in partnership with the Terry College of Business, the Department of Genetics, and the College of Education.

Directions to the Stelling Family Study, Room A220: Take the elevator or stairs in Amos Hall to the second floor and walk across to the event space.


  • Marisa Anne Pagnattaro, professor and associate dean for research and graduate programs, Terry College of Business
  • Cecilia Herles, assistant director, Institute for Women's Studies
  • Farley Richmond, professor, department of theatre and film studies
  • Gaylen L. Edwards, professor and department head, physiology and pharmacology, College of Veterinary Medicine
  • Hyangsoon Yi, professor of comparative literature


  • Melisa Cahnmann-Taylor, professor, College of Education

Free copies of NEA Big Read books will be given away at this event.

Donate today!

Big Read Athens events focus on community celebrations of great literature! Events attract a wide diversity of readers and are free or low cost, but similar events are made possible thanks to donations. To donate to this or future events, visit LLE's support fund page.

Funds are for the NEA Big Read or Misha's Creative Literacy programs.


Download NEA's "To Live" Resources Book.

Watch Yu Hua's film "To Live" on YouTube.


Free, no registration needed


Terry College of Business, Moore-Rooker Hall
Room: A220 (Stelling Family Study)