Duke Medicine, Literature, & Culture (MCL) Celebration featuring Grace Li

April 16, -
Speaker(s): Grace D. Li, Duke Alum, Author and Stanford Medical Student

The English department invites you to attend a literary event.  Grace Li, former English creative writing minor, has published her first novel and will be reading from it on April 16 at 6pm in Love Auditorium.  This is an on-campus, in-person event.  We hope you can join us.

On Saturday, April 16th, Duke Medical Ethics Journal (dukemedicalethicsjournal.com) will be co-hosting Grace Li (Duke Biology (B.S.) and English Creative Writing minor, class of 2017), Netflix optioned author of Portrait of a Thief and medical student at Stanford (https://www.gracedli.com/about), in a combined event with the Duke English Department, the George P. Lucaci fund, Global Health Institute, Asian American & Diaspora Studies, DEMAN, and Duke Arts. The event will be held in Love Auditorium from 6pm-8pm, coinciding with DMEJ's Spring 2022 journal launch as well as the AAPIHM committee's heritage month celebration. We will be giving out a free copy of Grace's book to the first 100 people to sign up AND show up at the event. There will also be catering from several local restaurants + Q&A with Grace about her journey from Duke undergrad to Stanford Medical School. If you’re interested in attending, please sign up using the link below and follow @dukemclcelebration on instagram. If you have any questions about the event, organization, or want further details contact sibani.ram@duke.edu.

Here's the link for the sign up: https://linktr.ee/DukeMCLCelebration


Duke Medical Ethics Journal


Duke English; DEMAN; George P. Lucaci Fund; Global Health Institute; Duke Arts; Asian American & Diaspora Studies

Photo of Grace Li


Sibani Ram