I have imagined a center, wilder than this region: a tribute to Susan Howe
With the intent of marking and celebrating Howe's years of teaching, the contributors to this volume were asked specifically to comment on her pedagogy and their experience of being her student at the State University of New York at Buffalo where she taught from 1988-2007.
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