Tara Westmor

Tara Westmor is pursuing an MA in Southeast Asian Studies and a PhD in Anthropology at the University of California, Riverside. She has poems published in The Cincinnati Review, Greensboro Review, Hunger Mountain, and elsewhere, with work forthcoming in Prairie Schooner and Common Ground.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Comprehension Way Ahead of Speech: On Renato Rosaldo’s “The Chasers”
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