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BoxCampus Way NE, Bothell, WA Teaching My teaching covers the fields of modern and contemporary literature, gender and sexuality studies, ethnic studies, and creative writing and poetics. I include creative-critical exercises in all of my courses, and in introductory courses especially, I teach foundational skills like close reading through imitation and translation.
More importantly, these detailed engagements help us to understand that creative practices are critical, and that critical practices are creative — the two cannot be separated. Drawing from a broad range of source texts including corporate and banking websites, newspapers, and advertisements, I question the safety and goodness attributed to this social formation.
In this book, however, stray letters and misplaced commas reveal the extent to which tropes of security are indeed postures; broken words suggest vulnerability to violation. I am currently at work on a second project, Hinterland B, which explores urban hinterlands as both gathering place and metaphor for peripheral identities and ideas.
Additionally, a chapbook of performance writings based on pop songs, DOWN, is currently in development. My research extends the considerations of intimacy and of difficult coalitions undertaken in my creative work. My scholarly book project, Remote Intimacies: Multilingualism in Contemporary Poetry, examines the turn to languages other than English in contemporary Anglophone poetry.
I argue that other languages signify both the foreignness of, and an intimacy with the pure products of colonialism in the Americas: In contradistinction to the radical impersonality and stance of revolt commonly associated with experimental artistic practice, I trace a constellation of poets from North and South America and the Caribbean who traffic in unfashionable emotions such as nostalgia, sympathy, and compassion.
Although contemporary multilingual poetry derives its forms from radical traditions, it presents a crucial challenge to the critical paradigms scholars have derived from modernist aesthetics: Articles adapted from this project recently appeared in GLQ: I also have critical work forthcoming in Signs: Sounding Impossible Bodies in M.
Conceptual Writing by Women.
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Writing down thoughts and feelings is a way to express what's inside and very healthy! I pray for all of you to receive a blessing for the kindness and generosity toward our family. Creative Communication is . An Anthology of Conceptual Writing EDITED BY CRAIG DWORKIN AND KENNETH GOLDSMITH ffl Northwestern University Press Evanston Illinois.
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Introduction to Conceptual Writing What is conceptual writing and who is doing it? Ubu Anthology of Conceptual Writing ed.
Craig Dworkin. All additional readings not handed out in class will be available or linked to on this blog: the syllabus will certainly shift.
With a second major anthology, I'll Drown My Book: Conceptual Writing by Women (edited by Caroline Bergvall, Laynie Browne, Teresa Carmody and Vanessa Place) forthcoming, the surprising chronology is .