These poets will perform from work that explores the relationship between land and memory: what memories does the land evoke? How, and what, does the land itself remember? This event will uncover how poetry offers us a way to process ancestral and personal histories through figurative elements. Through a variety of forms and styles, including interdisciplinary work, it will also look toward the broader questions of how one approaches writing about the land under a colonial framework, and how ecologies weave together patterns of histories.
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