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Responding to the Twin Pandemics of COVID-19 and Racial Injustice

Arts and Humanities in a Time of Crisis

Image courtesy of Mayra Sierra-Rivera '20, Studio art major

Robin Tremblay-McGaw

    Robin Tremblay-McGaw is an SCU Center for Arts and Humanities Fellow. She teaches in the English Department. She is the author of a book of poems, Dear Reader (Ithuriel’s Spear) (2015), and co-editor, with Rob Halpern, of From Our Hearts to Yours: New Narrative as Contemporary Practice (2017) and the forthcoming Journal of Narrative Theory’s New Narrative special issue. Her piece “On Time, Gesture, Obsolete Definitions, Practice” recently appeared in Field Notes: Pandemic Teaching #6 in Places Journal. Her writing has also appeared in Elderly, Little Red Leaves, On: Contemporary Practice, HOW2, Crayon, Mirage, Digital Artifact Magazine, POM2, Narrativity, Dear Kathleen (Nightboat, 2017), Biting the Error: Writers Explore Narrative (Coach House Books, 2004), and elsewhere; work is forthcoming in Sillages critiqueTime Mechanics: Postmodern Poetry, and Queer Medievalisms.