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Pamela Booker/MFA (She/Her/Hers) is an Interdisciplinary Writing/Performance-Media Artist, Educator, and Eco-Activist. Her pedagogy is informed by the "artist as scholar" methods in partnership with cultural inquiry, race/gender/LGBTQ identities, and divergent storytelling styles. She holds an MA in Dramatic Writing & Performance Studies from New York University and an MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts from Goddard College. Her teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels focuses on returning adult and first-generation college student populations, a range of writing and critical thinking course content at Montclair State University, and formerly at NYU Global Studies and as Core-faculty in the undergraduate programs at Goddard College. Recent featured publications include Eco-Mediations & Memories of Dirt (About Place Journal) and the critically acclaimed anthology BlacktinoQueerPerformance (Duke Univ. Press). Currently, she is completing a collection of speculative short fiction stories and also recently founded WheresYourTree.com, an urban green initiatives project.