- The Worship of the Visible Spectrum by Judith Skillman | Poetry Magazine
- What Are the Elements of a Good Children’s Poem?
The Worship of the Visible Spectrum by Judith Skillman | Poetry Magazine
A portable induction loop is also available. For paid events free companion tickets are available.
Session outline with estimate timings 1pm Welcome and introductions 1. More details about the workshop Jen will read some of her own poetry during the session. Feedback should be constructive and focused on what the writer is trying to do, there will be a run through on how that works in the session.
Participants are free to come and go as you wish, however please do your best to arrive on time. But it also has enough surprises to make it ideal for the rest of us too. It belongs on the bedside table as well as in a backpack.
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What Are the Elements of a Good Children’s Poem?
The Program seeks to expand the critical understanding of poetics as a field that encompasses not only the study of poetry, but various aspects of literary theory, media studies, and historicist models of inquiry as well. Because many of the faculty members and graduate students presently engaged in the study of poetry and poetics at Chicago are publishing poets, the Program also fosters work that crosses the border between critical thought and creative practice.
ENGL - Anthropological Poetics Edgar Garcia This course explores the problematics that congeal when the disciplinary norms of anthropology and literary studies intersect. Since the s, such anthropologists as James Clifford, Nestor Garcia Canclini, Paul Rabinow, and Donna Haraway have coordinated cultural analyses through concepts of representation, narrative, poetic form, and voice. Subsequently, poets and writers of the language school, indigenous background, and the ethnopoetics movement, among others, picked up on this anthropological mode to animate those concepts through anthropological concerns with reflexivity, textual thickness, interdiscursivity, metapragmatics, the posthuman, kinship, and intercultural semiotics.
- Walkers Appeal, in Four Articles: Together with a Preamble, to the Coloured Citizens of the World, but in Particular, and Very Expressly, to Those of the United States of America (Docsouth Books).
- Stories They Will Remember.
- Jonas Munk and Nicklas Sørensen: Always Already Here - Spectrum Culture.
These intersections have overlaid literary objects with a kind of interdisciplinary noise, challenging what a literary object is and, as well, what objects we elect to think of as literature. This course will amplify that noise to trouble disciplinary norms of literary studies--especially the study of poetry and poetics--while also tuning into that trouble as a strategy of interpretation.