Posts Tagged ‘feminism’
FEMINIST POETICS, EMERGENT PEDAGOGIES
FEMINIST POETICS, EMERGENT PEDAGOGIES

FEMINIST POETICS, EMERGENT PEDAGOGIES Symposium: Feminist Poetics, Emergent Pedagogies Los Angeles, CA  May 11 & 12, 2018 Hosted by Margaret Rhee and Andrea Quaid All events free and open to the public. I’m excited for this week’s Feminist Poetics, Emerging Pedagogies symposium in Los Angeles. I’ll be on a panel discussion Friday with Tia Blassingame, […]

RESIST XENOPHOBIA (THRU TRANSLATION)
RESIST XENOPHOBIA (THRU TRANSLATION)

I talked to the folks at Asymptote again, and shouted out to various comrades crazy enough to walk the tightrope between languages. The interview is here.

TRANSLATING RADICAL WOMEN POETS (@ AWP)
TRANSLATING RADICAL WOMEN POETS (@ AWP)

We crash the salon and the nationwide ice with some radical women in Seattle next Thursday, at the Associated Writing Programs Annual Conference! I’ll be discussing radicalism and rootedness, or disrootedness, in the writing and ethnomusicological research of polyglot postwar modernist Amelia Rosselli. Be there: Room 611, Washington State Convention Center, Level 6, Seattle, WA […]


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