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Slotkin Authors New Book of Semifictional Stories

Richard Slotkin, Olin Professor of English, Emeritus, is the author of a new book, Greenhorns: stories, published Oct. 10 by Leapfrog Press. Slotkin writes more personally in Greenhorns than in his past nonfiction books, in a series of linked semifictional stories based on his ancestors’ immigration from Eastern Europe early in the 20th century. A kosher butcher with gambling…

Kauanui Presents Paper at Decolonizing Anarchisms Conference

J. Kēhaulani Kauanui, professor and chair of American studies, recently presented her research at a conference in Loughborough University on Decolonizing Anarchisms. The gathering was the fifth annual conference of the UK Anarchist Studies Network. The purpose of the conference was “to stimulate discussion of colonialism and racism as forms of oppression that anarchists oppose,…

Hatch Speaks on Black Phoenix Rising for 2018 Dwight Greene Symposium

The Black Phoenix Rising Collective is Kaiyana Cervera ’19, Xavier Cornejo ’18, Ernesto Cuevas, Jr., Kelly D’oleo ’19, Ainsley Eakins ’18, Grace Handy ’18, Anthony Hatch, Paige Hutton ’18, Tedra James ’18, Victoria King ’18, Caroline Liu ’18, Jumoke McDuffie-Thurmond ’19, Josh Nodiff ’19, Henry Prine ’18, Aleyda Patricia Castro ’18, Belén Rodríguez ’19, Jeneille…



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