Deborah Fallows

Writer and Linguist

The author of “Dreaming in Chinese,” Deborah Fallows has spent the last few years absorbing the culture, the politics, and the people of China to offer talks that give a refreshingly different take of the world’s next superpower. Unlike many observers, she shed her Western preconceptions, and relied on her background in linguistics to grasp the enormity of Chinese life through language.

A Harvard graduate with a PhD in linguistics, Fallows is also the author of “A Mother’s Work,” which deals with child-rearing in the working-mom age. She most recently worked in research and polling for the Pew Internet Project. Fallows’ writing on women, education, work, and travel has appeared in “The Atlantic,” “National Geographic,” and “Newsweek.”

 

 

April 8-11, 2019

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