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The humanities offer a window into another’s life. They open our experiences and expand our limited perception beyond ourselves, allowing us to relate to, instead of fearing, each other.

Susan Rich
Highline Community College professor, Fulbright Fellow, and award-winning poet
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Central Puget Sound

Events occurring in the Central Puget Sound region

9th Aaina: South Asian Women's Focus
April 25, 2014
Seattle

Aaina, which means mirror in Hindi & Urdu, celebrates the artistic work of and about South Asian women through films, visual and performance art, speakers, and conversations.

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Cascadian Poetics: Innovations from Here.
May 03, 2014
Seattle

Cascadian Poetics: Innovations from Here. Nadine Maestas (Seattle) facilitates a panel on what is innovative in Cascadia poetry. Panel includes: Jeanne Heuving (Seattle), Joanne Kyger (Bolinas), Stephen Collis (Vancouver) and George Stanley (Vancouver). Paccar Atrium PIGT 103 at Seattle U.

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Geoactivism (Geography & Activism)
May 03, 2014
Seattle

This Cascadia Poetry Festival panel includes: Kim Goldberg (Facilitator, Nanaimo), Eric De Place (Seattle), Trevor Carolan (North Vancouver), Kaia Sand (Portland, OR). Paccar Atrium PIGT 103 at Seattle U.

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Geopoetics (Regional Ecology & Poetics)
May 04, 2014
Seattle

Geopoetics (Regional Ecology & Poetics): Gordon Miller (Seattle U), Facilitator. Panel: Derek Sheffield (Leavenworth, WA), Renee Sarojini Saklikar (New Westminster, BC) and Daphne Marlatt (Vancouver). Paccar Atrium PIGT 103 at Seattle U.

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Bridging the Border, part of the Cascadia Poetry Festival
May 04, 2014
Seattle

Bridging the Border: Cascadia Poetry MOOC. Paul Nelson (Seattle) facilitates. Panel: Nadine Maestas (Seattle), Jared Leising (Seattle), Jim Jones (Seattle) and Tod Marshall (Spokane). Paccar Atrium PIGT 103 at Seattle U.

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