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22apr2:00 PM4:00 PMFeaturedUNM Musicology Colloquium Series Talk: “Where Ethnography Meets Poetry"Poetry Reading and Workshop with Ethnographic Poets Melisa Cahnmann-Taylor, Ather Zia and Adrie Kusserow
The sixth talk of this Spring’s series with Ethnographic Poets Melisa Cahnmann-Taylor, Ather Zia, and Adrie Kusserow over Zoom Thursday, April 22 from 2:00-4:00 pm. Preregistration for this talk is
The sixth talk of this Spring’s series with Ethnographic Poets Melisa Cahnmann-Taylor, Ather Zia, and Adrie Kusserow over Zoom Thursday, April 22 from 2:00-4:00 pm.
Concert Music credit is available for this event.
In celebration of National Poetry Month, this workshop will feature poetry readings and hands-on writing exercises from three nationally known poet-ethnographers. Workshop participants grapple with the intersections of poetry, ethnography, and how sustained immersion into other cultural worlds informs our work as scholars and artists. No prior experience in poetry or ethnography is required.
Melisa Cahnmann-Taylor, a U.S. Fulbright Scholar Ambassador, is a Professor of Language and Literacy Education at the University of Georgia. She’s authored five books addressing intersections between language education and the literary, visual and performing arts including one book of poems, Imperfect Tense, and her newest book, Enlivening Instruction with Drama and Improv. Supported by grants and prizes from the National Endowment for the Arts, Fulbright, and the Beckman Award for Professors Who Inspire, her work narrates the heartache, headache, and joy of teaching and learning language. She lives in Athens, GA with her husband and two children, and their rescue dog, Bagel.
Adrie Kusserow is a cultural anthropologist and poet, teaching in the department of sociology/anthropology at St. Michael’s College in Vermont. She has two books of poetry (Hunting Down the Monk and REFUGE) both published by BOA Editions, Ltd as part of their American Poets Continuum Series. She lives in Underhill, Vermont on the land she grew up on.
Ather Zia, Ph.D., is a political anthropologist, poet, short fiction writer, and columnist. She is an Associate Professor in the Department of Anthropology and Gender Studies program at the University of Northern Colorado Greeley. Ather is the author of Resisting Disappearances: Military Occupation and Women’s Activism in Kashmir (June 2019) which won the 2020 Gloria Anzaldua Honorable Mention award, 2021 Public Anthropologist Award and Advocate of the Year Award 2021. She has been featured in the Femilist 2021, a list of 100 women from the Global South working on critical issues. She is the co-editor of Can You Hear Kashmiri Women Speak (Women Unlimited 2020), Resisting Occupation in Kashmir (Upenn 2018) and A Desolation called Peace (Harper Collins, May 2019). She has published a poetry collection “The Frame” (1999) and another collection is forthcoming. In 2013 Ather’s ethnographic poetry on Kashmir has won an award from the Society for Humanistic Anthropology. She is the founder-editor of Kashmir Lit and is the co-founder of Critical Kashmir Studies Collective, an interdisciplinary network of scholars working on the Kashmir region.
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apr 22 (thursday) 2:00pm - apr 22 (thursday) 4:00pm
Tamarind’s three Printer Training Program students will discuss recent collaborations; led by Tamarind Master Printer Brandon Gunn. Contact Tamarind@unm.edu with any questions.
Tamarind’s three Printer Training Program students will discuss recent collaborations; led by Tamarind Master Printer Brandon Gunn.
Contact Tamarind@unm.edu with any questions.
may 6 (thursday) 4:00pm - may 6 (thursday) 6:00pm
Free event. Join via UNM Zoom webinar link. https://unm.zoom.us/j/92947605714