Camille Participating in the Collective Trauma Summit 2020


  • Discussions on the most pressing issues of our time such as racism, environment and climate change, global health care/pandemic crisis, war and conflict legacies, intergenerational trauma, and more…
  • How collective trauma surfaces in times of crisis and how it can be transformed for collective healing
  • The role of music, the arts, and poetry as a pathway to understanding and healing through Live performances and readings
  • Experiential live events and guided group meditations
  • The leading edge of working with collective trauma for practitioners and professionals”


Find more information and register here!

Camille featured in tea for teaching podcast!

Episode 152: Motherhood, Poetry, and Academia

“Pursuing degrees and careers without role models can be challenging, no matter what the discipline. In this episode, Camille Dungy, an academic,  mother, and poet, shares her journey as a learner, teacher, and writer.


Camille is a professor in the English Department at Colorado State University, and the author of Guidebook to Relative Strangers: Journeys into Race, Motherhood, and History, a finalist for the National Book Critics Award. She is the author of four collections of poetry for which she has received many, many awards, including the Colorado Book Award, and the American Book Award. Her poems have been published in dozens of anthologies, many of which begin with the word “best” in the title. Camille is a recipient of a 2019  Guggenheim Fellowship, and many other awards and fellowships.”


Listen here!