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Tuesday, May 05, 2009

Perloff

One of the most thought provoking lectures on modernity, post-modernity, and today I have ever been to. And there are 5 more.
Kopiaste.


UNIVERSITY


OF OXFORD

WEIDENFELD VISITING PROFESSOR
OF EUROPEAN COMPARATIVE LITERATURE
2008-9

UNORIGINAL GENIUS: Constraint, Concretism, Citation

PROFESSOR MARJORIE PERLOFF
Writer and academic
Sadie D. Patek Professor Emerita of Humanities at Stanford University

Tuesday 5th May Unoriginal Genius and D+AOk-j+AOA- Dit: An Introduction

Thursday 7th May Phantasmagorias of the Market Place: Citational Poetics in Benjamin’s Arcades Project

Tuesday 12th May From Avant-Garde to Digital: The Legacy of Brazilian Concrete Poetry

Thursday 14th May Oulipian Ideogrammatics: Charles Bernstein’s Poem Including History

Tuesday 19th May “The Rattle of Statistical Traffic”: Citation and Found Text in Susan Howe’s The Midnight

Thursday 21st May Towards a Conceptual Poetics: Caroline Bergvall’s Dante and Chaucer, Craig Dworkin’s Legion, Kenneth Goldsmith’s Traffic.

All lectures at 5.30 p.m. in the Tsuzuki Lecture Theatre, St Anne’s College, except Lecture 1 (Tuesday 5th May), which will be in the Mary Ogilvie Lecture Theatre.
Everyone welcome.

3 comments:

Demetris said...

Oooooo! Might do actually!
Too bad I'll be at sea on the 12th. Cause that's the one to - ehm - see, surely.

alexandra said...

I recommend the 21st if you're back on shore by then. It promises to get into some interesting blogging ideas.

christos said...

up in scotland we are still looking for the One: http://www.hss.ed.ac.uk/giffordexemp/2000/details/ProfessorDianaEck.html
zileukw.

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