Monthly Archives: October 2020

GUEST POST BY KATERINA IVANOV

  THIN PLACE   October 2020   by Katerina Ivanov     INTRODUCTION I spent the course of this adapted Field Studies program in my hometown in Florida, so naturally when I tried to write about borders and inequalities and violent spaces, I could only think about how they manifested in my life. I found […]

GUEST POET BY HANNAH REGO

  OF BORDERS AND THE POWER OF STORIES October 2020 by Hannah Rego   If you’re reading this you probably already know something. About “The Border,” I mean. You probably use the words colonialism, neocolonialism, systematic, oppression, state violence. Maybe you even say imperialism. Maybe you even say empire. The best thing you can do […]