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Monthly Archives: March 2012
By Zach Finch In Frieda Knobloch’s recent C21 lecture, she discussed methods that would allow us to conceptualize and create new spaces in order to approach the discourse of climate change and the environment. Her work attempts to break down … Continue reading
By Annie McClanahan The cover to the “History” section on Occupied Studies recently offered the timeline below as a guide to the movement’s history (thanks to Richard Grusin for pointing me to it and for the screen shot). There is … Continue reading
By Kalling Heck In “Kid Orientalism: How a Global Future for Child Sexuality is Now Surfacing,” Kathryn Bond Stockton’s keynote at the Midwest Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference (MIGC), she discussed—amongst other topics—how signifiers at times coalesce to block sight. Discussing how … Continue reading
By Molly McCourt Frieda Knobloch’s work exceeds disciplinary boundaries. She is at once the botanist who retraced the steps of Aven Nelson, the creative writer who is exploring the Red Desert through a gruff character named Ed Ray, or the … Continue reading
by Mary Mullen I remember the first time I saw my husband run in a track meet. He wasn’t racing; he was pacing a friend who was sponsored by New Balance at the time. I hadn’t been dating him long, … Continue reading