Challenging Racialized Space/Spatialized Race: The Sublime Speaks

Lisa Schilz

University of California Santa Cruz

Lisa Schilz is a Lecturer in the Writing Program at UC Santa Cruz. She currently teaches courses on rhetoric, race, and power. Her PhD is in comparative American literatures, where she unearths and unpacks the entanglement of Native American, proto-Latino/a and German immigrant literary traditions. 

Abstract

Lisa Schilz“Challenging Racialized Space/Spatialized Race: The Sublime Speaks” University of California, Santa CruzIn 1820, the Cass Expedition canoed into upper Michigan Territory into the heart of Ojibwe power, Sault... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Lisa Schilz (University of California Santa Cruz)

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Session

P14 » Poetics of Emancipation (10:15 - Thursday, 22nd March, Enchantment C)

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