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Renowned scholar and cultural critic Leo Ou-fan Lee will give six lectures focusing on strategic ‘moments’ in history where art forms across cultures appear to illuminate each other.

By exploring works of modern artists and thinkers from both East and West, Prof Lee aims to recover the ethical significance of the humanities for today. These lectures are designed to deepen our understanding and appreciation of modern culture through talks that are free from jargon and engaging discussions with the audience.

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October 12, 2009

Featuring Professor Leo Ou-fan Lee

Sponsored by Muse Magazine; hosted by the JMSC and HKU 's School of Humanities
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