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Transition Times

2013 November 4
by Shared by Steve Rust
We’ve added a new link in our blogroll. Please welcome Jennifer Browdy de Hernandez, who blogs about social and environmental justice and advocacy issues at Transition Times. Jennifer also has a keen interest in the role that media can play in social and environmental justice advocacy and we encourage you to check out her work.

Here’s the information from the About page at Transition Times:

IMG_1974 copyTransition Times is written and produced by Jennifer Browdy de Hernandez, an visionary writer, teacher, organizer and public speaker with a passion for social and environmental justice.

Dr. Browdy de Hernandez earned her Ph.D from the Department of Comparative Literature at New York University in 1994, specializing in the politics of identity in testimonials and autobiographies by marginalized people from Latin America, the Caribbean and North America.

She is an associate professor of comparative literature at Bard College at Simon’s Rock, where she teaches world literature, gender studies, media studies, and environmental and social justice advocacy through literature and media.

For more than a decade, she has directed a major conference in observance of International Women’s Day, and she is the founding director of the month-long, county-wide Berkshire Festival of Women Writers.

She is the editor of the anthology Women Writing Resistance: Essays on Latin America and the Caribbean (South End Press, 2004), and co-editor of African Women Writing Resistance: Contemporary Voices (University of Wisconsin Press, 2010).

Her memoir, “The Elemental Journey of Jaye Treestar: A Purposeful Memoir of Personal and Planetary Transformation” is currently seeking a publisher.  Its affiliated workshop will be launched in March 2014 at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health.

The views expressed on this blog are the author’s alone and do not represent her employer or any other third party.

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