Re/Inventions | 2016: Alterna[rra]tives

April 6, 2016

5th Annual Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference

Featuring: “Against Omniscient Narration: A Farm Worker Novel’s Critique of Neoliberalism

By Keynote Speaker: UC Berkeley’s Dr. Marcial González

Re/Inventions | 2016 FlyerCSULB’s English Graduate Student Association (EGSA) is please to announce its 5th annual student conference: Re/Inventions.  This year we will host speakers exploring the topic ALTERNA[RRA]TIVES in areas ranging from digital rhetoric to narratives of resistance and resilience.

Re/Inventions provides a forum in which graduates students and advanced undergraduates from Southern California colleges and universities may share their academic research and initiate discussion among their peers.

EGSA and the Department of English at CSULB welcome Dr. Marcial González as our keynote speaker. Dr. González is an expert in Marxist literacy theory whole research interests include Chicana/o literature, migrant and immigrant literature, and farm labor social movements.

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