unCOMMON Salon: Heather Lee: Gangster Dreams: How Chinatown Organized Crime Engineered the Chinese Restaurants Industry in the United States
Heather Lee is an assistant professor of history at NYU Shanghai. She is completing a book on the history of Chinese restaurants in New York City and developing a database of historical Chinese restaurants in the United States. Her research has been featured in NPR, Atlantic magazine, and Gastropod, a podcast on food science and history. She has advised and curated exhibitions at the New York Historical Society, the National Museum of American History, and the Museum of Chinese in America.
Wednesday, October 18 | 5:00 pm
Bobst Library | Room 745, 7th Floor, AFC
Open to the Public | Light Refreshments will be served
All are welcome!
This Salon is sponsored by the Bobst Library Reference Departments (Business & Government Documents, Coles Science Center, and Social Sciences & Humanities Reference Center)
Related LibGuide: unCOMMON @ the Research Commons: A Salon Series by Laurie Murphy
- Wednesday, October 18, 2017
- 5:00pm - 6:00pm
- Avery Fisher Center (AFC)
- Bobst Library