Graduate School Meditations · Professional Development

Exhibiting the Trianon Press Archive

Songs of Labor and Transcendence: The Trianon Press Archive The second phase of my work with the The Elisabeth Remak-Honnef Center for Archival Research and Training (CART) at UCSC's McHenry Library Special Collections involved producing a physical and digital exhibit of the Trianon Press Archive.  You can find more information about what the Trianon Press… Continue reading Exhibiting the Trianon Press Archive

Graduate School Meditations · Professional Development

Archiving the Trianon Press: Center for Archival Research and Training Fellowship

What is the Trianon Press Archive? In operation from  the 1950's-1980's, Trianon Press was a fine arts press based in Paris.  The Press was run by Arnold Fawcus, a former combat ski-instructor and counter espionage intelligence officer turned fine art book-maker.  The Press is best known for their work under the William Blake Trust making… Continue reading Archiving the Trianon Press: Center for Archival Research and Training Fellowship

Graduate School Meditations

Latina/o/x Expressions in (U.S.) American Literature: TA Reflections

This course surveyed the work of living Latina/o/x writers primarily in the U.S.  We read memoirs, novels, graphic memoirs, poems, watched films, listened to music, and engaged a diverse set of texts by authors such as Daisy Hernández, Gloria Anzaldúa, Junot Díaz, Juan Felipe Herrera, and Alberto Ledesma.  As a Teaching Assistant in this course,… Continue reading Latina/o/x Expressions in (U.S.) American Literature: TA Reflections