Category Archives: Spring events

Spring Events – Planned to Date

Events Spring 2011

February 24: Chris Kraus : Where Art Belongs 6:30 in the James Gallery
February 25: Susan Howe in conversation with Stefania Heim – at 5:30 in the
James Gallery
March 23: Jonathan Mayhew, David Shapiro and Mark Statman in conversation about
Federico García Lorca’s poetic afterlife in English translation. 7:00 in the
Segal Theater
March 24: Workshop with David Buuck
April 29: Joan Richardson and Joan Retallack in conversation
May: Revels Reading by GC students and faculty

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TENDENCIES: Poetics & Practice

This series of talks on queer poetics, curated by Tim Peterson (Trace) and titled in honor of Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, explores the relationship between queer theory, poetic manifesto, poetic practice, and pedagogy. For more information, visit the Tendencies website.

Spring 2011 Schedule:

March 9 – Christopher Nealon, Ana Bozicevic, Gregory Laynor & Astrid Lorange
March 28 – Barbara Hammer, Maggie Nelson, and Janlori Goldman
April 4 – Jack Halberstam, Rob Halpern, and Brenda Iijima
May 9 – Mary Baine Campbell, Ronaldo Wilson, and Paul Foster Johnson

El Corno Emplumado. Some Samples

In anticipation to the series of activities we will have this semester of Spring 2010 with Margaret Randall, you can enjoy these samples from the mythical journal El Corno Emplumado, published by her and Sergio Mondragón during the sixties.  The activities will follow this schedule:

Monday, March 15 at 6:30 pm, The Skylight Room (9100) : Beats and Beyond.  Documenting the Poets of the 60’s
with Cecilia Vicuña, Melanie La Rosa, and Henry Ferrini.

Monday, March 22 at 6:30 pm, The Skylight Room (9100):  New Visions, New Activism, New American Poetry:  Margaret Randall in Conversation

Tuesday, March 23 at 6:30 pm, The Ph. D. Program in Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literatures and Languages (4116):  Memory and Oral History:  A Personal Journey.  Organized by the Literary Theory Study Group and the Colombian Studies Group

These activities are possible thanks to the support of The Center for the Humanities, the Doctoral Students Council, the Lost and Found Project, and the Ph.D. Program in Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literatures and Languages.