It is difficult to find a book that is both so central to gender studies and that causes so much gritting of teeth. Judith Butler’s… 1,091 more words
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My most respected poetry teachers and colleagues warned me away from writing “political poetry.” I secretly loved that these same individuals, while staying away from writing about politics—or at least masterfully disguising their political poems—happened to be quite willing to discuss the latest white house offerings and right-wing politician scandals, especially over dark beer in pleather booths at all-night diners, embellishing the conversation here or there with personal stories. 360 more words
I am returning to Hélène Cixous’ astonishing book Three Steps on the Ladder of Writing. The section is entitled “The School of Roots.” 2,142 more words
A conversation between South Korea and Canada
Canadian Kid: It scares me how fuckin angry I get over issues I think are actually happening, only to realize I’m just a pawn playing into an agenda. 547 more words
The Georgia Political Review (GPR) is currently accepting applications for this spring.
GPR was founded in the spring of 2011 and seeks to provide timely student commentary on a variety of current events. 75 more words