Senior Project Advisor
poetry, visual art, Modern Elegy, Rhetorical Practices, collaboration, structural change, healing
Derivatives, a multimedia and multi-authored project, accounts for the shapes and movements made visible in the epistemologies and ontologies of structural change and liberation/healing in two fields: Modern Elegy and Rhetorical Practices. In three distinct yet inextricably connected movements, this project relies on the chronology of the scholarly year, while leaning into its nonlinearity, to practice writing poetry and making visual art as mediums for thinking and feeling into various inquiries. Its collaborations ask the question of what conversations can be had and what works can be created when we are intentionally and organically in relationship with all the humans and nonhumans that are a part of our community.
Goodkin, Mikayla et al, "Derivatives" (2023). WWU Honors College Senior Projects. 712.
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