Shattering The Glass Ceiling
DATE / TIME
10 Nov, Sat
8:30 PM - 9:30 PM
VENUEThe Arts House (TAH), Chamber
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FESTIVAL PASS EVENT
This session is in English
First, it was Hollywood. Before long, the #MeToo movement has spread to other aspects of modern life, from the corporate world to literary publishing, to the changing face of politics. But there remains a glass ceiling in terms of pay, recognition and representation. This panel will zoom in on the impact of the movement, and what society needs to do next.
US - UK
Sarah Churchwell is Professor of American Literature and Chair of Public Understanding of the Humanities at University of London. She is the author of Careless People: Murder, Mayhem and the Invention of The Great Gatsby and The Many Lives of Marilyn Monroe. Her literary journalism has appeared widely in newspapers including The Guardian, New Statesman, Financial Times, Times Literary Supplement and The New York Times Book Review.Sarah Churchwell is featured in the following SWF event(s):
Educator and translator, Annaliza Bakri, is an ardent advocate of works that are beautifully penned in Singapore’s national language. Her translations of Malay poems have been published by Prairie Schooner, Brooklyn Rail, Transnational Literature and Singapore’s Text in the City. In 2017, she edited and translated a poetry anthology featuring places on the tiny red dot by the best Singapore Malay poets, titled Sikit-Sikit Lama-lama Jadi Bukit.Annaliza Bakri is featured in the following SWF event(s):
Amanda Chong’s first collection, Professions (2016), was shortlisted for the Singapore Literature Prize 2018. Her poetry has been engraved on the Helix Bridge and included in the Cambridge International GCSE syllabus. Her creative writing has appeared in Monocle, The Straits Times and Quarterly Literary Review Singapore. She is a lawyer who has trained at Cambridge and Harvard.
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