CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS 

  • “Trans-Pacific Networks: The Poetics of Theresa Cha and Craig Santos Perez,” Huan He, American Studies Association annual conference, 2018

 

  • “Micronesian Migrants: Militarism in the Poetry of Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner and Craig Santos Perez,” Kara Hisatake, American Studies Association annual conference, 2018

 

  • ‘“Where America’s Day Begins”: ecopoetics on the edge in Craig Santos Perez’s from unincorporated territory’, A Place on the Edge?,” Kate Lewis Hood, ASLE Postgraduate Conference, University of the Highlands and Islands, 2018.

 

  • Paloma Fresno-Calleja, “Precarious Diets: Literary Responses to Gastrocolonial Politics in the Pacific,” Precarity, Populism, and Post-Truth Politics, University of Cordoba, SPAIN, 2018.

     

    Rebecca, Hogue, “The Ocean In/Of/And Us: Craig Santos Perez’s “Praise Song for Oceania,” Native American Indigenous Studies Association, UCLA, 2018.

     

  • Rebecca Hogue, “Praise Your Capacity: Oceania, the Anthropocene, and Craig Santos Perez’s Videopoems,” A CLOCKWORK GREEN: ECOMEDIA IN THE ANTHROPOCENE, U of California, Santa Barbara, 2018.

 

  • Whitney De Vos, “Post-Testimonio Poetics: A Critique of United States–Led Imperialism in the Work of Craig Santos Pérez and Raúl Zurita,” The American Comparative Literature Association, UCLA, Los Angeles, California, March 30, 2018.

 

  • Kyle Kamaiopili, “Craig Santos Perez and SPAMming the Globe,” The American Comparative Literature Association, UCLA, Los Angeles, California, March 30, 2018.

 

  • Nathaniel Harrington, “Tha fhios gu bheil fàire / eile air fàire: Borders, boats, islands, oceans,” University of Toronto’s Center for Comparative Literature conference, “The Ocean and the Seas,” February 22, 2018.

 

  • Whitney DeVos (UC Santa Cruz), Post-Testimonio Poetics: A Critique of United States–Led Imperialism in the Work of Craig Santos Pérez and Raúl Zurita. MLA, New York, NY (2018)

 

  • Francisco Delgado, “What does not change:” Indigenous cultural memory and U.S. militarism in Micronesian literature.” Second Annual Memory Studies Conference. Copenhagen, Denmark., 2017

 

  • Dr. Yolanda Martínez-San Miguel,“Terripelagoes: Archipelagic Thinking in Culebra (Puerto Rico) and Guam,” A HUNDRED YEARS OF MIGRATION (1917-2017): STORIES OF CARIBBEAN EXILE AND DIASPORA” at the Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies of Indiana University, Bloomington (2017)

 

  • Loveday Why, “’Our Sea of Plastic’: Oceanic Contamination and the Contaminated Texts of Craig Santos Perez,” Oceanic Memory: Islands, Ecologies, Peoples, Christchurch, Aotearoa/New Zealand (30 November – 2 December, 2017)

 

  • Bonnie Etherington (Northwestern University), “Living Bridges”: Craig Santos Perez’s Poetics as an Experiment in Mobile, Flexible Community,” Native American Indigenous Studies Association, University of British Columbia, 6/22/17

 

  • Jeremy Miller (University of Arizona), “Unincorporated Territory: Rethinking Postcoloniality Through Craig Santos Perez,” American Literature in the World, Yale University, 4/7/17.

 

  • Karen Poremski, “”Building Canoes, Building Poetry: Storytelling and Survival in Craig Santos Perez’s from unincorporated territory: [saina] and the Worldwide Voyage of Hōkūle’a,” Native American Literature Symposium, Prior Lake, Minnesota, 3/4/17.

 

  • Omaar Hena, “Unincorporated Lyric in Craig Santos Perez,” Modern Language Association Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, January 7, 2017.

 

  • Judith Rauscher, Universität Bamberg: “Conflicted Territorialities and Archipelagic Environments in the Poetry of Craig Santos Perez.” The Environment and Human Migration: Rethinking the Politics of Poetry, University of Bamberg, November 25-26, 2016

 

  • Robert Yerachmiel Snyderman, “Whitman’s Abuse: Hyperobjectivities for Craig Santos Perez’s Guåhan,” Decolonizing the Americas: Methods of Resistance conference (the Centre for Research on Latin America and the Caribbean), York University, Toronto, Canada. March 11-12, 2016.
  • Collier Nogues, “From Unincorporated Territory: Craig Santos Perez and the Literature of Military Suburbanization,” Island Cities and Urban Archipelagoes conference, University of Hong Kong. March 7-12, 2016.
  • Omaar Hena, “Global Avant-Garde Poetics, Race, and Violence: Craig Santos Perez,” American Comparative Literature Association conference, Harvard University. March 17-20, 2016.
  • John Carlos Rowe. “Decolonial Performer: Craig Santos Perez as Poet, Activist, Scholar, Teacher, and Blogger,” Keynote Address, Cultural Performance in Transnational American Studies, Regensburg University, Germany, July 23, 2015.
  • John Carlos Rowe, “‘Shades of Paradise’: Craig Santos Perez’s Transpacific Voyages,” Futures of American Studies Summer Institute, Dartmouth College, June 27, 2015.
  • John Carlos Rowe, “‘Shades of Paradise’: Craig Santos Perez’s Transpacific Voyages,” Erlangen University (Germany), July 15, 2015; Potsdam University, July 16, 2015; Tübingen University, July 20, 2015; Mainz University, July 21, 2015; Mainz-Germersheim University, July 22, 2015. 
  • Jennifer K. Dick. “Craig Santos Perez and Myung Mi Kim: Voicing the Integral Divide: Transcending Suffering by Reshaping American History and Language?” American Multiculturalism in Context, University of Basel, Switzerland, March 26-8, 2015.
  • Otto Heim, “From Unincorporated Territory: Craig Santos Perez’s Re-siting of Postcoloniality in America’s Pacific Century.” Siting Postcoloniality: Colloquium and Workshop, Hong Kong University, June 25-27, 2015.
  • Nikolai Duffy. “Extending the Document: Craig Santos Perez’s from unincorporated territory,” American Alternatives/Alternative Americas, University College Cork (Ireland) 27-28 April 2012.
  • Presenter. “Reclaiming the Territory of the Page: Glossing as Form in the Poetry of Craig Santos Perez.” NAISA (Native American and Indigenous Studies Association) Conference 2011. Hyatt Regency Sacramento. Sacramento, CA. May 2011.
  • Presenter. “Glossing in US Ethnic Literature: Craig Santos Perez’s Paratextual Poetics.” MELUS (Multi-Ethnic Literature of the US) Conference 2011. Florida Atlantic University. Boca Raton, FL. April 2011.
  • Margaret Rhee, “‘Blood and Ink’: Analyzing Visual Cartography in the Works of Theresa Hak Kyung Cha and Craig Santos Perez.” American Literature Association, San Francisco, CA, May 27-30, 2010.
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