In the latest in our series on bookshops around the world that academics should visit, LSE doctoral candidate Olivia Mena surveys the Latino/a literary landscape of bookstores in South Texas. If there’s a bookshop that you think other students and academics should visit when they’re undertaking research or visiting a city for a conference, find more […]
The Austin Chapter of Jewish Voice for Peace presents: Gaza 2014, Israel’s Recent Elections, and the Israeli Mizrahi Predicament Mizrahi feminist leader, Palestinian-solidarity activitist and scholar, Professor Smadar Lavie, will discuss her new book: Wrapped in the Flag of Israel Sunday, May 24th, 2015, 4:00 – 6:00 pm. Resistencia Bookstore 4926 E Cesar Chavez St, […]
CALL FOR READERS We have about 4 people signed up to read. We need poets and allies to step up to the mic. Experienced and new readers welcome. This is a safe space for a greater cause… justice reform against police violence. Email Amanda Johnston at [email protected] to sign up or ask questions. No bios. […]
In this brief workshop, Jane Hawley will discuss the flash graphic memoir and host a creative space in which participants will begin designing and writing their own short graphic narratives. Bring your notebooks, pens, laptops, or phones–anything you feel most comfortable with recording your own ideas. Participants of all skill levels and interests are welcome. […]
Gracias por el apoyo/Thank you for the support: Carlos Salazar, Rachel Caballero, Nicole Licea, and Davina Rhine.