Dr. Kishonna Gray: Postponed

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Dr. Kishonna Gray’s Intersectionality Talk has been moved from March 17th to Wednesday, April 28th. The talk will include discussions of Dr. Gray’s book Intersectional Tech: Black Users in Digital Gaming. Click here to register!

More information on these talks and the Co-Lab’s important work in the community can be found here.

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Dr. Kishonna Gray

Co-sponsored by PSU English and the CoLab, Intersectionality Talks is a new digital speaker series at Plymouth State University that features intersectional work on literature and culture. The program seeks to provide an interdisciplinary audience and platform for engaged, public-facing work from early career scholars and an opportunity to foster conversations at PSU about new research on social justice and equity.All events are free and open to the public via Zoom. Please register at the links below for access. Talks will be structured around questions collected from PSU students as well as our broader academic community. Check out the linked work of our invited speakers, and when you register feel free to contribute questions for them to address during their talks.

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