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David Krausman

Posts by David Krausman

Censorship and  Disinformation, the U.S. vs. China

May 11, 2022 by | The Voice of Wilkinson

The MA in International Studies Program (MAIS) was honored to have Dr. Teng Biao deliver his lecture, “Confronting Disinformation and Censorship: Lessons from China and the US” as part of the program’s newly launched Scholars-at-Risk lecture series. Like its namesake organization, the Scholars-at-Risk lecture series gives space and advocacy to academics, writers, artists, and other

Graduate Careers In Focus: Alumnus Gregory Falcon Applies Historian Training at Plethora Businesses

March 18, 2022 by | The Voice of Wilkinson

Gregory Falcon’s historical training is serving him well in his role as a research analyst at Plethora Businesses, an investment banking firm in Orange, C.A., where he is responsible for analyzing economic trends across various industry sectors. Making use of his manuscript research skills, he assembles reports, lists, and other various writings to help business

Carolyn Forché Honored as Newest Chancellor of the Academy of American Poets

February 23, 2022 by | The Voice of Wilkinson

  The Academy of American Poets recently announced that Wilkinson College’s Presidential Fellow in Creative Writing Carolyn Forché has been elected its newest Chancellor, a distinction shared by just 120 poets since 1946. Past chancellors have included renowned poets W. H. Auden, Elizabeth Bishop, Claudia Rankine, and Adrienne Rich. Forché, born in Detroit, Michigan, is

Graduate Research: Aztlán Potentialities: Queer Male Chicanx Affect and Temporalities

September 7, 2021 by | The Voice of Wilkinson

Ethan Trejo (he/him/his) MA English ‘21 @jotoprof on Instagram Originally from Downey, CA, Ethan received his BA in English and Political Science from Whittier College. His scholarship is focused primarily on the fields of Queer and Gender Studies and Latina/o/x Studies. His major interests lie in Queer Theory, Affect Theory, AIDS Literature, and Contemporary Queer

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