A long overdue prologue to this particular writerly project.
The empire of English is crumbling–the language that brought the whole world together under the British Empire, and then even… Read more ‘Academic’ English
In 1943, while the European and Pacific fronts of World War II raged on, the Hollywood studios did their part… Read more Between Bombs, Bombshells & Femme Fatales: North Texas Cinemas During WW2
In this independently-produced comedy series (proudly starred and co-written by UT-Dallas alumna Sara Amini), two female friends expound hilariously on… Read more Hyphenating the Self
One of the 2017-2018 “Awards Season” movies that recently had moderate critical acclaim and box office success was the musical… Read more Discourse and Identity: Difference as Disability
Reading Crenshaw’s and Davis’s works this week brought to the forefront the shortcomings of both critical studies and identity polemics… Read more Approaching the Limits of Intersectional Identities