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Friday, March 13 • 9:00am - 10:50am
Pedagogy, Race, and Culture

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Jimmy Kendall: Decentering White Authority: Teaching Ferguson as a Rhetorics of Inclusion

Joyce Maxwell: Raced Fear: Real and Imagined

Quan Ha: Imperialist Nostalgia in Andrew Lam's Vietnamese American short story 'Slingshot'

Casey Charles: Queer Intersections in Baldwin's Jimmy's Blues and Other Poems

Ari Laurel: Teaching Solidarity

 


Moderators
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Quan-Manh Ha

Assistant Prof. of English, Univ. of Montana
Quan Manh Ha, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Montana. His research interests primarily focus on 20th-century and contemporary American literature, Vietnam War literature, ethnic studies, and literary translation. His publications have appeared in various journals and books, such as Short Story, Ethnic Studies Review, Southeast Review of Asian Studies, and Southern Humanities Review, etc. Currently, he is writing a... Read More →

Speakers
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Jimmy Kendall

Adjunct Lecturer, Interim Composition Coordinator, University of Montana
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Ari Laurel

Hyphen magazine
Ari Laurel is a writer and editor from Oakland, CA whose work deals with Asian American icons, and youth identity in the ever-shifting Bay Area. In addition to her feature in the 2015 Kearny Street Workshop APAture Festival, she was a 2012 finalist for the PEN/USA Emerging Writers Fellowship, recipient of University of Montana’s Candace K. Brown Memorial Scholarship, and her work has appeared in The Conium Review, Passages North, Yellow... Read More →
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Joyce Maxwell

Professor of English, TC Columbia Univ/UCC
Joyce is a performance poet and writer. She has been teaching English and Creative Writing at Union County College for 15 years and is pursuing a doctorate in English Education at Teachers College, Columbia University. She is currently working on a performance piece titled "Shoelace" which is a compilation of memories, interviews and dialogues with (and about) her 16 year old son focused on the emotional, psychological and social realities of... Read More →


Friday March 13, 2015 9:00am - 10:50am
UC 331

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