Women and Gender Studies Lecture Series: Margaret Rhee

Wednesday, March 28, 2018, 12:30 pm
Black and white photo of Margaret Rhee standing on a sidewalk
Margaret Rhee, visiting assistant professor at State University of New York, Buffalo, discusses "Robot Poetics and the Intersections of Race, Gender and Sexuality." Free.
J. Paul Leonard Library, Room 286
Women and Gender Studies Department
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Rhee is a poet, artist and scholar. She is the author of poetry chapbooks Yellow (Tinfish Press, 2011), Radio Heart; or, How Robots Fall Out of Love (Finishing Line Press, 2015) and the full-length collection Love, Robot (The Operating System, 2017). Her project The Kimchi Poetry Machine was selected for the Electronic Literature Collection Volume 3.

She edits Machine Dreams Zine, a free collection of creative and critical work on machines, arts, and difference. As a scholar, she is at work completing her first monograph, How We Became Human: Race, Robots and the Asian American Body. Her academic writing on media, technology and difference has been published in Cinema Journal, Amerasia Journal, GLQ and Barnard Scholar Feminist Online.


Margaret Rhee: mrhee@sfsu.edu, mrheeloy@gmail.com