New York State Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages - Event Information

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Writing hurts: How a process of writing guides us toward inclusivity, healing, and humanization with Ethan Trinh

This webinar opens a dialogic space where the participants (i.e., teachers, students, writers, researchers) come together to explore what is within a process of writing. Further, this space invites us to individually and collectively explore how the writing process can guide us toward inclusivity, healing, and humanization in our own spaces.

Ethan Trinh (they/them) is teaching and pursing their doctorate at Middle and Secondary Education Department, Georgia State University with a minor in Women’s Studies. Their work focuses on the intersectionality of gender, race, and language that embraces queerness as a healing teaching and research practice. Ethan enjoys creative writing and having a cup of Vietnamese iced coffee in their free time.

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3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Eastern


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