Event Title

Panel: In Between Places

Start Date

1-4-2011 12:00 PM

End Date

1-4-2011 1:00 PM

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This audiovisual recording features the noon panel discussion, “In Between Places” which took place on April 1, 2011. The panel is moderated by Chris Nelson, an associate professor of English at UND. Panel members include Maxine Hong Kingston, Amoussa Koriko, and Susan Deer Cloud. Koriko discusses his difficulties with place when producing his play When the Bird Takes Flight. The panel members discuss how to define “place” in their writing, the barriers that the idea of place puts on different groups of people, the relation between place and identity, the idea of whether the “great American novel” can still be written, discrimination, and the use and unifying qualities of silence.

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Panel: In Between Places

This audiovisual recording features the noon panel discussion, “In Between Places” which took place on April 1, 2011. The panel is moderated by Chris Nelson, an associate professor of English at UND. Panel members include Maxine Hong Kingston, Amoussa Koriko, and Susan Deer Cloud. Koriko discusses his difficulties with place when producing his play When the Bird Takes Flight. The panel members discuss how to define “place” in their writing, the barriers that the idea of place puts on different groups of people, the relation between place and identity, the idea of whether the “great American novel” can still be written, discrimination, and the use and unifying qualities of silence.