Manuel Tzoc Bucup is Maya-K’iche’. In his work Tzoc Bucup challenges canonical conceptions of literature by exploring the limits of the letter while also engaging with the intersections of race/ethnicity, gender and sexuality. His literary works include: GAY(0) (2010), El Ebrio Mar y Yo (2011), El Jardín de los Infantes Locos y la Escafandra de Oro (2013), Los Libros-Objeto Polen (2014) and No recuerdo y/o pronunciamientos del habla tartamuda (2016), among others. At CSUN, his talk will address the intersectional identities that are implicit in his poetic and visual work: indigenous identity, homosexual desire, urban context and poetic thought.
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Sponsored by: Center for the Study of Peoples of the Américas (CESPA); Chicana/o Studies Department; Queer Collective; Queer Studies Program; USU; College of Humanities Programming Fund; History Department; English Department