“How Your Difference Makes the Difference”
7:00pm, Thursday March 30, on Zoom
Dr. Selina Tusitala Marsh is of Samoan, Tuvaluan, English and French descent. She was the first Pacific Islander to graduate with a PhD in English from The University of Auckland and is now a lecturer in the English Department, specialising in Pasifika literature. She will be joining us digitally to discuss her book of poetry Fast Talking PI and her graphic novels Mophead and Mophead Tu. RSVP for this online event here!
Poster Image Description: Poster shows a hexagon featuring Dr. Marsh, a brown-skinned woman of Samoan, Tuvaluan, English and French descent leaning forward and smiling. She has braided redbrown hair with a shock of grey. She wears a colorful necklace, clear glasses, and a brown top. A shadow hexagon is filled with glowing dandelion seeds in the background. The text of the poster reads “Join HIVES for a special event featuring poet and scholar Selina Tusitala Marsh. “How Your Difference Makes The Difference” 7:00 PM EDT, Thursday March 30 on Zoom. CART and ASL will be provided. REGISTER AT bit.ly/HIVESMarsh”