Category Archives: C21 Fellows

Amerithrax and the Nonhuman

By Heather Warren-Crow Let’s begin numerically. Right after 9.11.01, envelopes containing Bacillus anthracis were mailed to 2 US senators, a news anchor, the editor of the New York Post, and the headquarters of the publisher of Playboy and The National … Continue reading

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Academia as Monstrous Puppet

By Charlotte Frost Within the busy The Nonhuman Turn conference Twitter stream (which was marked by the #c21nonhuman hashtag) there loomed a rather apt entity: a distinctively nonhuman interlocutor by the name of Richard Gruesome. This zombie-esque character, apparently inspired … Continue reading

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National Poetry Month

There have been many local events to celebrate National Poetry Month in Milwaukee.  Here at C21, we’re celebrating the work of C21 fellow, Rebecca Dunham.  During her time at the center, she’s conducting research for a book-length poetic sequence entitled “Black Horizon: A … Continue reading

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