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Who Owns a Name? Funding Publics in Prison and in the Humanities

Publié le 1 septembre, 2007 | Pas de commentaires
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Who Owns a Name? Funding Publics in Prison and in the Humanities

Ray Hsu reflects on his experience teaching incarcerated writers in a Wisconsin prison and on how his work foregrounds the politics of funding in education. As a poet and student, he explores how authorship amounts to a form of privilege in some publics and not others, divisions produced and exacerbated by funding bodies. Nico Hogg, […]