This episode of Imagination Desk features Laura Tohe. In this conversation, Laura discusses the uses and forms of imagination in her work and community, and how she has seen it used by others in their communities.
Laura Tohe is a Diné and Tsénahabiłnii poet, writer, and librettist, and much of her work revolves around the Native American and Navajo community. Laura is also a Professor in the English Department at Arizona State University with Exemplar Distinction.
The research reported in these conversations was made possible by a grant from the Spencer Foundation, (#20210085). The views expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Spencer Foundation.