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Thursday, March 12 • 9:00am - 10:50am
Race & Arts & Politics

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PANEL: “Race & Arts & Politics”
Location: UC Theater

Krystal Languell "On the Structure of Belladonna Collaborative: Collaboration and negotiation of the editorial process via non-hierarchical, author-centered, anti-capitalist, anti-racist practices"
Kirsten Ortega: “What Audre Lorde’s Body Teaches Us: Imagining New Pedagogies of Race and Poetry”
John Hyland: “Sonic Performances of Radical Blackness”


Speakers
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John Hyland

Postdoctoral Fellow, Haverford College
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Krystal Languell

Krystal Languell was born in South Bend, Indiana. She is the author of the books Call the Catastrophists (BlazeVox, 2011) and Gray Market (Coconut, 2015) and the chapbooks Last Song (dancing girl press, 2014), and Be a Dead Girl (Argos Books, 2014). In early 2014, Fashion Blast Quarter was published as a poetry pamphlet by Flying Object. Forthcoming work includes a collaboration with Robert Alan Wendeborn, Diamonds in the Flesh (Double Cross... Read More →
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Kirsten Ortega

Kirsten Bartholomew Ortega is assistant professor of English at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. She teaches contemporary poetry studies, African American Literature, and twentieth-century American literature. She has published articles and book chapters about poetry by Adrienne Rich, Audre Lorde, and June Jordan, including an article about Gwendolyn Brook’s “In the Mecca” in The Journal of Modern Literature. Her... Read More →


Thursday March 12, 2015 9:00am - 10:50am
UC Theatre UC

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