Thinking Its Presence 2017 has ended
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Thursday, October 19 • 2:00pm - 3:50pm
Special TIP Board meeting for TIP BOARD MEMBERS

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Meeting for TIP Board members

avatar for Vidhu Aggarwal

Vidhu Aggarwal

Associate Professor, Rollins College
Born in Ranchi, India, Vidhu Aggarwal grew up in the Southern U.S., primarily in Louisiana and Texas. Her multi-media works in video, poetry, and scholarship are oriented around Bollywood spectacle, carnival, and science fiction. Her poems appeared in the top 25 of 2016 in Boston Review. Her collection of poems The Trouble with Humpdori (2016) received the Editor's Choice Prize from The (Great) Indian Poetry Collective, was a handpicked selection with Small Press Distribution, and was selected by Sundress Publications as one of the best books of 2016. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Black Warrior Review, Chicago Quarterly Review, Juked, [PANK], Pedestal, Sugar House Review, INK BRICK, Project As [I] Am... Read More →
avatar for Ching-In Chen

Ching-In Chen

Ching-In Chen is the author of The Heart's Traffic (Arktoi Books) and recombinant (Kelsey Street Press) and co-editor of The Revolution Starts at Home: Confronting Intimate Violence Within Activist Communities (South End Press; AK Press) and Here is a Pen: an Anthology of West Coast Kundiman Poets (Achiote Press). A Kundiman, Lambda, Watering Hole and Callaloo Fellow, they are part of the Macondo and Voices of Our Nations Arts Foundation writing communities. Their work has appeared in The Best American Experimental Writing, The... Read More →
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Anita Huslin

Anita Rivera Huslin is an award-winning editor, reporter and writer at such news organizations as NPR, The New York Times and The Washington Post, where she was a Pulitzer Prize finalist and wrote, among other subjects, about the intersection of business and the economy and minor... Read More →
avatar for Lisa Jarrett

Lisa Jarrett

Assistant Professor of Community and Context Arts, Portland State University
Lisa Jarrett was born in 1977 in Morristown, New Jersey. Growing up as a Black American who moved with her family to various, often conflicting political climates in cities in Texas, Minnesota, and New York, the influences of her upbringing in a post-Civil Rights and increasingly so-called “post-racial” America are apparent in her work, which seeks to confront ideas of racial difference and perceptions of racial equality. | | Though conflating comparisons of self and Other within a racial context are surely not limited to the American Black Experience and can be examined in myriad global racial milieus, Jarrett’s work is typically centered upon deconstructing, defragmenting, and, in turn, reconstructing and reassembling her personal experiences as a Black woman in America into a visual expression that asks viewers to consider their own roles in present-day race relations. | | Jarrett maintains a studio in Portland, Oregon, where she continues to teach classes in art at Portland State University's School of Art + Design. She exhibits nationally and currently has work in... Read More →
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Ruth-Ellen Kocher

Professor and Divisional Dean for Arts and Humanities, University of Colorado- Boulder
Ruth Ellen Kocher is the author of seven books, most recently Third Voice (Tupelo Press, 2016), nominated for the 2017 Hurston/Wright Legacy Awards, Ending in Planes (Noemi Press, 2014), Goodbye Lyric: The Gigans and Lovely Gun (Sheep Meadow Press, 2014), domina Un/blued (Tupelo... Read More →
avatar for Farid Matuk

Farid Matuk

Assistant Professor, University of Arizona
avatar for Carmen Giménez Smith

Carmen Giménez Smith

Carmen Giménez Smith recently co-edited the anthology Angels of the Americplyse: New Latin@ Writing (Counterpath, 2014). Her most recent poetry collection, Milk and Filth was a finalist for the NBCC. A CantoMundo Fellow, she is the publisher of Noemi Press. Her newest colle... Read More →
avatar for Lehua Taitano

Lehua Taitano

Lehua M. Taitano, a native Chamoru from Yigo, Guåhan (Guam), is a queer writer and interdisciplinary artist. She is the author of A Bell Made of Stones (poems, TinFish Press) a chapbook of short fiction, appalachiapacific, winner of the 2010 Merriam-Frontier Award, and a chapb... Read More →

Thursday October 19, 2017 2:00pm - 3:50pm

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