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Greg Mullins. Symposium at the Portland Center for Public Humanities
Greg Mullins. Symposium at the Portland Center for Public Humanities

Greg Mullins is a Member of the Faculty at The Evergreen State College, where he teaches comparative literature, American Studies, and human rights. His work centers on the cultural practices of human rights, and on literary engagements with the cultural politics of rights. He is the author of Colonial Affairs, a study of colonialism and sexuality in American expatriate literature. His essays on literature, sexual rights, and human rights have been published in ALS, Callaloo, MELUS, and Peace Review, as well as in journals in Morocco and Brazil.

In October 2011 he participated in a Symposium at the Portland Center for Public Humanities.