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from India: Poetry Reading

  • Tuesday, March 28, 2023
  • 1:00 PM - 1:45 PM


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The event will entail poetry reading about women in classical mythology who always remained at the margins of the classical texts. My reading will be an act of mythopoesis, of letting their voices speak as central characters of "their" story.

Anindita Mukherjee is an Indian poet and writer. She is currently a doctoral student in the Department of English and Film Studies, at the University of Alberta. Her debut collection of poetry 'Nothing and Variations' has been featured in the Hawakal Young Poets of 2022. Her creative has appeared in many journals and magazines including Madras Courier, Indian Cultural Forum, and Tamasha Potrika. As a part of her work on twentieth-century literature, philosophy, and art, she has been a summer fellow at Holocaust Research Institute, Royal Halloway (2021), and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (2022-2023). She has presented her work on numerous platforms including MSA, Poland, and the University of Southern California. Besides doing writing and research, she is also a classical violinist. Currently, she is based in Edmonton and can be reached at

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