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Friday, 20 November 2009

Placing Poetry: A reading and colloquium 6th-7th November 2009 at Bangor University, Wales

Placing Poetry: A reading and colloquium 6th-7th November 2009 at Bangor University, Wales.

Friday 6th November 5.30pm

Lecture Room 1, Main Arts Building, Bangor University

Please email z.skoulding@bangor.ac.uk for further details

Readings by:

Jules Boykoff
Kaia Sand
Harriet Tarlo
Nerys Williams
Elzbieta Wojcik-Leese

Saturday 7th November 10 am-6pm

WISCA Seminar Room, Main Arts Building, Bangor University

9.30 Coffee

10.00 Ian Davidson and Zoe Skoulding - Introduction and overview of
Placing Poetry

10.15-11.15 Textual Spaces 1

Alice Entwistle - Taking place: politics, positionality and poetic form

Nerys Williams - Transforming information as a site for poetic knowledge

11.15 Coffee

11.30-12.30 Textual Spaces 2

Elz.bieta Wójcik-Leese - Placing the Poem in Translation

Peter Barry - Just Looking

12.30 -1.30 Lunch

1.30-3.15 Ethical and political spaces: counter-space and protest

Jules Boykoff - Poets as Experimental Geographers: Mark Nowak, Kaia Sand
and the Reconstitution of Historical-Political Space

Kaia Sand - Poem/NonPoem: The Work of Laura Elrick, Kristin Prevallet &
David Buuck

John Wrighton - Ethnopoetics and the Performativity of Place

3.15 Tea/Coffee

3.30-5.30 Environment

Carol Watts - Zeta Landscapes: Thoughts on Poetry, Place and Number

Harriet Tarlo - Fieldwork: open form poetry and poetics in and around the

Matthew Jarvis - In/human Place: The Poetry of John Barnie

5.30 DVD paper John Kinsella- Territories of Birds: further de-mapping
and reconnoitring notations of boundaries


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