Memoirs of a Superfan Volume 16.2: AMERICANISH, a Rom-Com Window into Identity Formation for Asian American Women by Ravi Chandra May 18, 2021 AMERICANISH is the must-see, groundbreaking debut feature from award-winning director/producer/writer and University of Florida Professor Iman Zawahry, one of the first hijabi (hijab-wearing) Muslim American women filmmakers. It premieres as a gala…

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Memoirs of a Superfan Volume 16.1: Happy Valentine’s Day, Christine Crites of Nashville, Wherever and Whoever You Are February 14, 2021 As the impeachment trial to hold President Trump accountable succeeds only in putting another asterisk next to his name, I find myself emotionally exhausted by the mess: the Republican party’s avoidance of accountability, their…

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MOSF Vol. 15.5: Queer and Black, Asian and Young; Drama Del Rosario, Tchoupitoulas, and Ocean Vuong By Ravi Chandra October 5, 2020 Subordination, silencing and scapegoating are central traumatizing processes. Regaining our power lies in breaking silence, and in gaining receptive and collaborative capacity with our own emotions and narratives. This article focuses especially on…

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By Ravi Chandra September 21, 2020 Donald Trump has made a mockery of the Constitutional separation of Church and State. This raises important questions about the role of religion in the American psyche, as well as foundational questions about Christianity itself. Is Christianity in its current form compatible with democracy, science or harmonious civic life?…

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Memoirs of a Superfan Volume 15.3: Rejecting Donald Trump’s Racist Visions! By Ravi Chandra. September 7. 2020 Donald Trump’s supporters seem to think he’s a heroic visionary, bringing their angry, antagonistic view of America to fruition. Let’s kick the tires of this “vision” as we head into the final stretch of the 2020 election. Have…

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