Race, History And The Body

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Race, History And The Body
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Pangea World Theater says
A reading with Aimee Suzara, Heid E. Erdrich and Matthew Shenoda

Co-sponsored by Asian American Studies at the University of Minnesota. Presented as part of the Association of Writers & Writing Programs Conference.

The body has been both metaphor and literal site of contestation: the gazed upon, exhibited, racialized, gendered other. How do writers make social acts of resistance, mapping the histories of our bodies? How do we respond to the epidermalization of inferiority (Fanon) instilled by wars, colonization, and conquest? Diverse writers, hailing from Oakland, Minneapolis and Chicago, will read from their latest work, as ceremonial archaeologists digging the bones of our histories, returning them to sacred.

$8 suggested donation at the door
For advanced tickets, call 612-203-1088.
Seating is limited.

More info: http://www.pangeaworldtheater.org/race-history-and-the-body.html
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