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Writing

Publications
Conferences and Presentations
  • Presented “Orientalism, Regionalism, Cosmopolitanism: Musical Manifestations of Cultural Hybridity” at Creating Music across Cultures in the 21st Century, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey, April 2017.
  • Invited panelist, "Feminism and the Image of Women in the 21st Century," London Calling 2.0, Wellesley Club of UK, The Royal Society, London, UK, November 2015.
  • Presenter, Thomas J. Watson Fellowship Conference, University of Puget Sound, August 2015
  • Presenter, The Bloomsbury Roundtable: Third International Symposium on Chinese Language and Discourse, University of London, UK, June 2014. 
  • Presenter, 26th North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics, University of Maryland, May 2014.
  • “Chinese Today: Near and Afar.” Ruhlman Conference, Wellesley College, MA, April 2013.
  • “Exploration and Performance of Antonin Dvorak’s Piano Quintet No. 2 in A Major, Op. 81.” Ruhlman Conference, Wellesley College, MA, April 2013.
  • “Censorship and its effect on linguistic trends in Chinese netizens’ language use online.” Ruhlman Conference, Wellesley College, MA, April 2013.
  • “‘Human Writes’: Finding a Journalistic Voice in China.” Tanner Conference, Wellesley College, MA, October 2012.
  • Speaker at Board of Trustees, Admissions, and Business Leadership Council events, Wellesley College, MA, 2012-2013.
Reviews
News Articles
Previous Blogs
  • On Global Harmony: "In which Audrey Woźniak chronicles a year as a Thomas J. Watson Fellow exploring multiculturalism in the musical cultures of China, Indonesia, and Turkey." [2014-2015]
  • The Guangzhou Blog: "In which Audrey Woźniak chronicles twelve weeks of living and learning in China as an intern for the State Department at the U.S. Consulate General in Guangzhou" [Summer 2013] ***The Guangzhou Blog is currently locked.
  • The Beijing Blog: "In which Audrey Woźniak chronicles ten weeks of living and learning in China as an intern for ABC News." [Summer 2012]
  • The Tokyo Blog"In which Audrey Wozniak describes the pre-, post-, and the in between of living in Japan for a year." [2007-2008. My very first blog, in which I chronicled my time as the only foreign exchange student in an all-Japanese girls high school.]