204: Sustainable Writing and Multimodal Pedagogies with Ariana Brown
In this episode of the Grad School Femtoring Podcast, I interview Ariana Brown who discusses the topic of sustainable writing and multimodal pedagogies. Ariana Brown is a queer Black Mexican American writer based in Houston, TX. The author of the poetry collections We Are Owed. and Sana Sana, Ariana’s work investigates queer Black personhood in Mexican American spaces, loneliness, and care.
She holds a B.A. in African Diaspora Studies and Mexican American Studies, an M.F.A. in Poetry, and M.S. in Library Science. Ariana is a national collegiate poetry slam champion and owes much of her practice to performance communities led by Black women poets from the South.
In this episode, we cover the common challenges in traditional learning environments and the need for flexibility and understanding. What are multimodal pedagogies and how can they be used to make learning more accessible. The role that empathy can play in creating more inclusive and supportive classrooms. And Ariana offers invaluable advice for emerging writers and educators.
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