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Crip Time in Pandemic Time: A Conversation about Race, Gender, and Disability

Tue, April 13th, 2021
7:00 pm
- 8:00 pm

Crip Time in Pandemic Time: A Conversation about Race, Gender, and Disability

An evening event about wellness and life at college in the time of Covid with Jina B. Kim and Mimi Khúc in conversation with María Elena Cepeda.

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Mimi Khúc, PhD, is a writer, scholar, and Disability Studies educator. Khúc is Managing Editor of The Asian American Literary Review, and she also oversees the Open in Emergency Initiative, a multi-year national project developing mental health arts programming with universities and community spaces.

Jina B. Kim is Assistant Professor of English Language & Literature and of the Study of Women & Gender at Smith College. She specializes in feminist disability studies, women-of-color feminisms/queer-of-color critique and contemporary ethnic U.S. literatures with an emphasis on feminist-of-color writing and cultural expression post-1968.

María Elena Cepeda is Professor and Co-Chair of Latina/o Studies at Williams College.  Her research and teaching focus on the intersection of race and gender in Latina/o/x media and popular culture.

Sponsored by the English Department, the Latina/o Studies Program, and the American Studies Program

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