Pamela G. Herron is a writer and educator in UTEP Liberal Arts who teaches for Asian Studies, English, and Humanities. Her areas of research include Confucianism and how it applies in the modern world, China and Chinese immigration particularly in the El Paso/Cuidad Juarez area, the importance and diversity of cultural identity, sustainability, and literature for young readers. She founded an El Paso writing group and regularly presents internationally, most recently on Confucianism and gender issues at universities in Beijing, Nanjing, Luoyang, and Wuxi China. Her first book of poetry is En l'air: A collection of poetry created in the air published by Unsolicited Press. Her work has also appeared in various journals and anthologies internationally.
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