Anjuli Raza Kolb, “The Plague of Nations”

Event time: 
Wednesday, January 23, 2019 - 4:00pm
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Event description: 

The English Department is pleased to welcome Anjuli Raza Kolb of Williams College to deliver a job talk entitled “The Plague of Nations.” Anjuli is currently working on an academic book and a set of articles about terrorism and the epidemic imaginary in colonial letters and a poetry collection called Janaab-e Shikva (Watchqueen) after the Urdu poet Iqbal. She is also writing a number of pieces about the life sciences in the colonies, and an essay/garden project on the cruising, queer form, and the social and design history of the Central Park Ramble. She has published work on literature, science, popular music, fashion, art, and politics. You can find her writing in The Boston Review, Fence, The Bennington Review, Poetry, Syndicate Lit, Reality Beach, Discourse, The Los Angeles Review of Books, BookForum, Guernica, and more.