One of my rad students wrote this profile of me for her class: Colleen Clemens sits outside the cafe within the Rohrbach Library at Kutztown University, coffee cup in hand, awaiting her interview. As per usual, her hair is tousled into a messy bun, the under layer a magenta purple. She sports a graphic […]
We had a great day–over 50 scholars shared work. Here’s my introduction of the keynote during which I talk about the importance of WGS.
Loved that Ev and Matt joined the audience last night! Here’s a video Matt took of my performance. Congrats to the amazing cast!
As we sat in our hotel room in Montreal the day after the 2016 election, my officemate Amanda and I decided we need to take action upon the election of Donald Trump. We collaborated on our Manifesto for the Majority. Little did we know then the majority would be close to 3 MILLION people. So here […]
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I am going on strike because this is my twentieth year in the classroom and I am on step four at my university because the state system 1) did not see any “connection” between my other years of teaching and my teaching at KU and 2) refused to negotiate a contract with us once already […]
I am speaking at Muhlenberg tomorrow where one of the professors teaches my essay “No 13s in the Bs” from Philadelphia Reflections. I am going to read this piece about my Pappy to them. I read it on WHYY in 2010 and haven’t thought too much about it since (I was also invited to be the graduate […]