Lou Cornum is a diasporic Navajo writer and PhD candidate at the City University of New York Graduate Center where they study decolonial thought across Black and Indigenous speculative fiction. Lou was born in Chandler, Arizona and now lives in Brooklyn. Their work has appeared in Art in America, The New Inquiry and Read, Listen, Tell: Indigenous Stories from Turtle Island published by Wilfred Laurier Press.

Past Classes with Lou Cornum

June 6 @ 7:00 pm

Reading the Almanac of the Dead

This will be an immersive reading of Leslie Marmon Silko's "The Almanac of the Dead." This course will explore what might we learn from "The Almanac of the Dead" about capitalist production and its relationship to the Indigenous situation in the Americas.
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May 30 @ 7:00 pm

Reading the Almanac of the Dead

This will be an immersive reading of Leslie Marmon Silko's "The Almanac of the Dead." This course will explore what might we learn from "The Almanac of the Dead" about capitalist production and its relationship to the Indigenous situation in the Americas.
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May 23 @ 7:00 pm

Reading the Almanac of the Dead

This will be an immersive reading of Leslie Marmon Silko's "The Almanac of the Dead." This course will explore what might we learn from "The Almanac of the Dead" about capitalist production and its relationship to the Indigenous situation in the Americas.
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May 16 @ 7:00 pm

Reading the Almanac of the Dead

This will be an immersive reading of Leslie Marmon Silko's "The Almanac of the Dead." This course will explore what might we learn from "The Almanac of the Dead" about capitalist production and its relationship to the Indigenous situation in the Americas.
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