On March 4, 2020, Erin J. Kepler, a visiting professor from Tulane University, gave a talk on Native American poetry and innovation of language titled “Mary Austin’s Time Machine: Modernist Poetics and Settler Time.” Introduced by Margo Lukens, the director of the McGillicuddy's Humanities Center, the talk furthered this year’s theme, “Society, Colonization, and Decolonization” by introducing the importance of Native American language regarding our modern perceptions of time and rhythm.
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Sands, Rebekah, "McGillicuddy’s Humanities Center hosts guest lecture on the racial history of free-verse poetry" (2020). Social Justice: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. 205.
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