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Craft Talk & Conversation on Community Storytelling & the Digital Humanities with Sarah Rafael Garcia
Craft Talk & Conversation on Community Storytelling & the Digital Humanities with Sarah Rafael Garcia
WhenThursday, May 28, 2020, 6 – 7 p.m.
WhereVia Zoom. Registered participants will be sent a webinar access link.
Description

Please join the MFA for Creative Writing and Poetics Cultural Change seminar for a Craft Talk & Conversation with Sarah Rafael García on Community Storytelling & the Digital Humanities via Zoom. This talk is open to the public and will be recorded.

Please pre-register to receive an e-mail with the Zoom link (to prevent Zoombombing) one hour before the event.

Sarah Rafael García is a writer, community educator, and performance ethnographer. She’s the author of Las Niñas and SanTanas Fairy Tales, co-editor of pariahs writing from outside the margins and the forthcoming sci-fi anthology The Latinx Archives as well as founder of Barrio Writers and LibroMobile. Currently, she splits her time between shipping books out to loyal readers across the nation and developing an archival ethnofiction project for the life of Modesta Avila as a 2020 USLDH Mellon-Funded Grantee.

Please contact Ching-In Chen (chingin@uw.edu) for more information.


Photo at top of post shows Sarah Rafael García with LibroMobile Pushcart. Photo Credit: Juliana Rico

UW Bothell Event typesAcademics, Graduate, Performances
Event sponsorsMFA in Creative Writing & Poetics
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