Sweetland Writing to Writing


Feb
06
2014

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  • Host Department: Lloyd Hall Scholars Program
  • Date: 02/06/2014
  • Time: 05:00PM - 06:00PM

  • Location: Literati Bookstore 124 East Washington

  • Description:

    Word² (word squared) lets you hear directly from U-M professors about
    their challenges, processes, and expectations as writers and also as readers of student
    writing. Word² pairs one esteemed University professor with Sweetland faculty member and WCBN Living Writers host T Hetzel for a conversation about writing. These
    conversations offer a rare glimpse into the writing that professors do outside the classroom and
    how they handle the same challenges student writers face.  Join us for a conversation with:

    Maria Cotera
    Thursday, February 6th 5-6pm
    Literati Bookstore
    124 East Washington Street

    Maria Cotera is Associate Professor of American Culture,
    Latina/o Studies, and Women's Studies. Her work focuses
    on US/Third-World feminist theory, Latina feminism, and the
    intellectual genealogies of women of color.
    Her book Native Speakers: Ella Cara Deloria, Zora Neale
    Hurston, Jovila González Mireles and the Poetics of Culture
    won the NWSA Gloria Anzaldua Prize. Professor Cotera is
    currently working on a book titled Chicana por mi Raza: The
    Hidden History of Chicanas in the Second Wave

    For more information visit us at lsa.umich.edu/sweetland