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  • Poetic and abolitionist imaginaries continue to intervene in our current political and cultural landscape in ways that challenge the violent status quo. As our beautiful vision reminds us, we are not the passive observers of history…

    Antiracism Inc.
    Why the Way We Talk About Racial Justice Matters
    Edited by Felice Blake and Paula Ioanide, Alison Reed
  • The inscriptive . . . takes shape within the context of a heightened awareness of the intensified generation and circulation of language across media environments by human and nonhuman agents alike…

    Inscriptive Studies
    Toward a Field Articulation
    Edited by Rita Raley and Paul Benzon
Dalip Singh Saund Papers
Arnhold Undergraduate Research Project

2021 Duration: Spring 2021

In light of recent acts of violence targeting Asians and Asian Americans, and the rise of anti-Asian hate crimes during the pandemic, Asian Americans are experiencing heightened visibility and precariousness. There are growing calls to ...

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