"Detecting Decolonial Feminisms in Bordertown and Desert Blood"
Mon, February 25, 2013 • 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM • PAR 203
Free and open to the public. A talk by Marcelle Maese-Cohen, "Detecting Decolonial Feminisms in Bordertown and Desert Blood" Monday 25 February 2013, 4:30-6pm in PAR 203.
About Marcelle Maese-Cohen
Marcelle Maese-Cohen earned a B.A. in Spanish and English from the University of California (UC), Berkeley, an M.A. in Comparative Latin American Literature and Critical Theory from UC Irvine, and an M.A. in English from UC Berkeley, where she is currently working towards completing her Ph.D. in English. Her specialties include Chicana/o literature, critical theory, gender and sexuality studies, narrative and the novel, 20 and 21st century American literature, and African American literature. Her dissertation, “Labor, Love, and Murder in the Americas: Decolonizing the Human in Chicana/o Literature,” investigates the relation between U.S. Third World social justice movements and literary form.