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Radical Rhetoric, Pedagogy & Academic Complicity

18 Jan 2021
Vol. 1
INTERVIEW

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Literary theorist Aneil Rallin in conversation with Fiction Editor Kartika Budhwar.

Along with scholars like Trinh T. Minh-ha and Susan Griffin, I want to reject the notion that academic scholarly writing has to be pedantic, or that it can't be playful or elliptical or weird or whimsical or mixed-genre or creative. There seems to be a distrust in academia, of playfulness and creativity, it's not seen as serious or critical or important. But, I like bringing together lots of different forms, critical writing and anecdotes and notes and analysis and snippets of conversations and fragments and juxtapositions.

RECOMMENDED: Dreads and Open Mouth: Living/Teaching/Writing Queerly by Aneil Rallin.


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Politics of Citation
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Composition
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Susan Griffin
Politics of Location
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Complicity of the Academy
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Nature of Credibility
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Centering the Silly
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Mixed-Genre
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