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Montana Ray is Clinical Assistant Professor, Writing and Translation, at NYU. She holds an MFA in poetry and translation and a PhD in comparative literature from Columbia University. Ray translates from Portuguese and Spanish and writes archive-driven nonfiction. She is also the author of several artist books and a book of concrete poetry, (guns & butter). Her scholarly interests include Translation Studies, Latin American and Southern Cultures, Performance Studies, Ethnicity, Race, and Indigenous Studies, and Feminism. Prior to NYU, Ray taught essay writing at Columbia University.
- Poet’s website
- “Locked and Loaded,” Interview with Emily Brandt. Weird Sister. 26 May 2015.
- “Art & Crisis (u can touch it): Montana Ray’s (guns & butter),” Review by Brooke Ellesworth. Entropy. 8 April 2015.
Seminar with Cathy Park Hong | October 6, 2015
Reading with Cathy Park Hong | October 6, 2015