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May 23, 2013

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Thursday, May 23, 2013

All Day Declaration of the Bab
Baha'I
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM Master of Arts in Interior Architecture Graduate Exhibit

The Interior Architecture program showcases the work of our 11 Master of Arts in Interior Architecture graduates from the New England School of Art & Design at Suffolk University. 

Please come by and celebrate the accomplishments of our students with us at a reception in their honor on Friday, May 17, from 5:30 – 7:30pm.

MA Interior Architecture Graduates:
Hisham El Bassiouni
Nataliya DeMarco
Carlie Frazier
Kathryn Goldenoak
Faegheh Koohestani
Angela Raciti
Sonya Randell
Rebecca Rivers
Maria B. Santos-Kushnirsky
Vandana Sharma
Patty Zerhusen

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM The Chinese-American Dream
A Ford Hall Forum and Rosenberg Institute event.

Featuring Anchee Min (author of The Cooked Seed) and moderated by Elif Armbruster (Associate Professor of English, Suffolk University). Co-presented with Suffolk University’s Rosenberg Institute of East Asian Studies.

Twenty years after penning her first memoir on growing up in China during the Cultural Revolution, author Anchee Min now releases The Cooked Seed: the true story of her journey to, and within, America. Min draws us in to bear witness to her trek from a land of deprivation to one of surrounding bounty that is just out of her reach. She works five jobs at once and suffers rape, exhaustion, and divorce. As these revolutionary personal events shape her world view, they culminate in the biggest shift of all: the birth of her daughter. Moderator Elif Armbruster helps Min present her unique immigration narrative within the universal struggle of building a life despite precious few fundamental tools.

Co-sponsored by the Ford Hall Forum at Suffolk University and the Rosenberg Institute for East Asian Studies. Free and open to the public; reserve your space here. For more information, please visit www.fordhallforum.org.

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