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Thinking Its Presence 2017 has ended
Events from 9:00am to 5:00pm are open only to registered attendees. Please register before October 9, 2017 at https://universityofarizonapoetrycenter.submittable.com/submit/81274/pre-registration-thinking-its-presence-2017-conference-university-of-arizon. For more information, please visit https://poetry.arizona.edu/TIP2017.
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Friday, October 20 • 11:00am - 12:50pm
Reading Women Closely

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Katie Kane

Associate Professor, University of Montana
Katie Kane is a professor of Cultural Studies, English Literature, and Colonial Studies at the University of Montana. The author of a study on the links between Ireland and Indian Country as they emerge out of a shard history of land appropriation and the use of reserved land, Kane has written an essay about the historical and legal connection between Native American reservations and Guantanamo Bay as they are linked in the 2003 John Yoo... Read More →

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Alan Golding

Professor of English, University of Louisville
Alan Golding is Professor of English and affiliated faculty in Women’s and Gender Studies and Director of the annual Literature and Culture Conference at the University of Louisville, where he teaches American literature and twentieth- and twenty-first century poetry and poetic... Read More →
avatar for Katie Kane

Katie Kane

Associate Professor, University of Montana
Katie Kane is a professor of Cultural Studies, English Literature, and Colonial Studies at the University of Montana. The author of a study on the links between Ireland and Indian Country as they emerge out of a shard history of land appropriation and the use of reserved land, Kane has written an essay about the historical and legal connection between Native American reservations and Guantanamo Bay as they are linked in the 2003 John Yoo... Read More →
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Kristi Maxwell

Assistant Professor of English, University of Louisville
Kristi Maxwell is the author of five books of poetry: Realm Sixty-four (Ahsahta Press), Hush Sessions (Saturnalia Books), Re- (Ahsahta), That Our Eyes Be Rigged (Saturnalia), and PLAN/K (Horseless Press). Her scholarly publications include articles on experimental writing practic... Read More →


Friday October 20, 2017 11:00am - 12:50pm
Poetry Center Classroom 205 (Alumni Room) Poetry Center

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