Fourth Annual José Esteban Muñoz Memorial Event
A conversation about identity with Yarden Stern, Tali Keren, ita Segev, Shirly Bahar.
A Book Talk by Dorinne Kondo to discuss her new work.
It is our pleasure to announce PRAXIS, INC: Innovate, Network, Collaborate, which will take place Saturday, October 19, 2019!
Join us for our annual Open House for undergraduate prospective students and their families.
Join us for the celebratory launch of Jacqueline Loss’s original translation of Jorge Mañach’s essay “Inquiry into Choteo.”
We invite prospective students to attend the open house to learn more about our graduate degree programs. The session will provide an overview of our master’s and doctoral programs, an introduction to our faculty and their research, an opportunity to meet with current students and admissions staff.
This talk discusses the work of artist-researchers such as Tru Paraha and Cat Ruka who draw on transcultural poetics, performance writing, and post-human attention that is moved by the vitality of dirt, matter and black-out states.
In this reading, Ruiz challenges the colonization of time and our normative assumptions of negation, incompletion, exhaustion, endurance, and violence, alongside moments of pleasure, desire, and redemption. A theorization of Ricanness, as the author expresses, supplies a relational way to imagine, dream, and construct alternate forms of existence under colonialism, across bodies of water and beyond the annexation of land.