College of Humanities

Gris Muñoz: Coatlicue Girl

Tuesday, November 16, 2021 - 11:00am to 12:15pm

Zoom Registration Required

Gris Muñoz

Feminist, ancient, sophisticated and ferverent. Like so many great Chicana scriptures laid down in our pasts, this is an announcement of arrival and a crie de coer. Luis Alberto Urrea, author of The Hummingbird’s Daughter

Muñoz writes lush poetry about the Brown experience, heartbreak, the politics of the border, and finding your roots. Her short stories transport you into a compelling, at times manic world, with a tinge of humor and beautiful eccentricity.Muñoz is a powerful poet and storyteller. Let her gorgeous words lure you in.” Rios de la Luz, author of Dimensions and the Desert

Hosted by: Gerard Meraz (ChS) and Maria Turnmeyer (AAS)

This event is funded from The School of Humanities Academic Programming fund, Department of Chicana/o Studies and Asian American Studies

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