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Conversations from the Cullman Center: The Snakehead: Patrick Keefe and Suketu Mehta

September 23, 2009

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Former Cullman Center Fellow Patrick Radden Keefe returns to the Library to discuss his latest book, The Snakehead, with Suketu Mehta, journalist and author of the acclaimed Maximum City: Bombay Lost and Found.

The Snakehead is a brilliant, non-fiction page-turner about the human smuggling ring operated out of New York's Chinatown in the 1990s that was recently hailed by New York Magazine as a "riveting blend of true crime and immigration history."

Don't miss this conversation about the fascinating and complicated intersection between the international underworld and the American dream.

Presented in conjunction with Freedom Week.