[PAST EVENT] Poetry That Re/Decenters: Poets Juana Iris Goergen, Azad Ashim Sharma, Oscar Guardiola-Rivera
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Thursday April 11 3:30-5pm:
Poetry That De/Recenters with Poet
Decolonizing Humanities and the Department of Modern Language and Literature’s Bellini Lecture Series have organized a semester long workshop examining how coloniality, settler-colonialism, and decoloniality within “North American” and global context intersect with teaching and learning at William & Mary. We will explore how our various positions function to ensure settler-colonial, capitalist, white-supremacist and cis-heteronormative patriarchal futures.
Juana Iris Goergen (Puerto Rico), Azad Ashim Sharma (UK, Director of the 87Press), and Oscar Guardiola-Rivera (Colombia) are poets, scholars, writers and publishers.
They will read and discuss their work live and answer questions and engage in a discussion with W&M faculty and students.
The event will be moderated by Prof. Emily Wilcox (Chinese, W&M) and some of the poems in Spanish will be read in the original and read in translation by Prof. Silvia Tandeciarz (Hispanic Studies, W&M).
Open to Public: Please register for the event at EventBrite :
Or, if you have questions, please contact Prof. Stephen Sheehi at [[spsheehi]]
This event is co-sponsored by The 87Press in London: https://www.the87press.com
Prof. Stephen Sheehi, [[spsheehi]]
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