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From Monomyth to Multimyth: BIPOC Children’s Fantasists Discuss Globalism, Possible Futures, and Writing in the Age of Pandemic
Authors:
Sayantani DasGupta (Narrative Medicine, CSER and ICLS, Columbia University)
Carlos Hernandez (English, CUNY)
David Bowles (Texas Institute of Letters Governing Council)
Moderator: Neni Panourgiá (Justice-in-Education, Columbia University)
Closing Remarks: Arden Hegele and Rishi Goyal (ICLS, Columbia University)

The "Medical Humanities and Pandemic Urbanism" series celebrates the launch of the new Medical Humanities major at the Institute for Comparative Literature and Society at Columbia University.
More information on this major can be found here:
https://icls.columbia.edu/undergraduate-program/medical-humanities-major/

Columbia University makes every effort to accommodate individuals with disabilities. Please notify the ICLS office at icls@columbia.edu at least 10 days in advance if you require closed captioning, sign-language interpretation or any other disability accommodations. Alternatively, Disability Services can be reached at 212.854.2388 and disability@columbia.edu.

May 4, 2021 06:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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