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“’A Poem Among The Diagrams’”: Poetry As Archival Work In Muriel Rukeyser, Susan Howe, And M. Nourbese Philip, Anne Kingsley 2015 Northeastern University

“’A Poem Among The Diagrams’”: Poetry As Archival Work In Muriel Rukeyser, Susan Howe, And M. Nourbese Philip, Anne Kingsley

English Dissertations

"A Poem Among the Diagrams: Poetry as Archival Work in Muriel Rukeyser, Susan Howe, and M. NourbeSe Philip" presents three case studies of contemporary women poets' sustained interventions in conventional methods of archival recovery. Focusing on Muriel Rukeyser, Susan Howe, and M. NourbeSe Philip, this project seeks to understand how poetry becomes a tool for and critique of academic work in the archives. Each chapter examines how the poet not only intervenes in the reading of manuscripts, but also disrupts the scholarly history around these documents. In doing so, the poets open their archival subjects to new arrangements of form ...


Three Poems, Angela Waldie 2015 Mount Royal University

Three Poems, Angela Waldie

The Goose

Poetry by Angela Waldie


From 'Forced Fingers', Dan Eltringham 2015 Birkbeck College, University of London

From 'Forced Fingers', Dan Eltringham

The Goose

Poetry by Dan Eltringham


Reading Wordsworth In The Tar Sands, Stephen S. Collis 2015 Simon Fraser University

Reading Wordsworth In The Tar Sands, Stephen S. Collis

The Goose

A report, in the form of a long poem, on the author's participation in the 5th annual Tar Sands Healing Walk, organized by the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation, in Fort McMurray Alberta.


Four Poems, Roger L. Nash 2015 Laurentian University

Four Poems, Roger L. Nash

The Goose

Poetry by Roger Nash


Two Poems, Nicholas Bradley 2015 University of Victoria

Two Poems, Nicholas Bradley

The Goose

Poetry by Nicholas Bradley


The Rooster And The Lemon, Luis Mario Guerra, Connie M. Morey 2015 University of Victoria

The Rooster And The Lemon, Luis Mario Guerra, Connie M. Morey

The Goose

'The Rooster and the Lemon' is a collaborative work of critical-creative writing and photography between artists-writers Luis Mario Guerra and Connie Michele Morey. The text and image is a part of a larger body of work that emerged from a trip to Havana in December 2013 and is still in the process of unfolding through additional visual forms. The prose and photographs question the im/possibility of stasis and taxonomical containment in an ecological continuum where the processes of death and life and interdependent and imperceptibly entangled.


Shopping Cart Pastorals And A Nature Poem, Gary Barwin 2015 Niagara Regional Rhyme Gland Laboratory

Shopping Cart Pastorals And A Nature Poem, Gary Barwin

The Goose

Poetry by Gary Barwin


Five Poems, Erin Robinsong 2015 Wilfrid Laurier University

Five Poems, Erin Robinsong

The Goose

Poetry by Erin Robinsong


Mixing It Up: Poetry For The Goose, Camilla Nelson 2015 Cardiff Metropolitan University

Mixing It Up: Poetry For The Goose, Camilla Nelson

The Goose

Poetry Editorial by Camilla Nelson


Editor's Notebook, Lisa Szabo-Jones, Paul Huebener 2015 Editor

Editor's Notebook, Lisa Szabo-Jones, Paul Huebener

The Goose

Editorial introduction to The Goose Volume 13, Issue 2 (2014).


Indigenous Poetics In Canada Edited By Neal Mcleod, Kelly Shepherd 2015 UBC Okanagan, Kelowna

Indigenous Poetics In Canada Edited By Neal Mcleod, Kelly Shepherd

The Goose

Review of Neal McLeod's Indigenous Poetics in Canada.


Loving Animals: Toward A New Animal Advocacy By Kathy Rudy, Elana Santana 2015 York University

Loving Animals: Toward A New Animal Advocacy By Kathy Rudy, Elana Santana

The Goose

Review of Kathy Rudy's Loving Animals: Toward a New Animal Advocacy.


Unlearn, Rewild: Earth Skills, Ideas And Inspiration For The Future Primitive By Miles Olson, JOSE-CARLOS REDONDO-OLMEDILLA 2015 Universidad de Almeria/ University of Almeria

Unlearn, Rewild: Earth Skills, Ideas And Inspiration For The Future Primitive By Miles Olson, Jose-Carlos Redondo-Olmedilla

The Goose

Review of Miles Olson's Unlearn, Rewild: Earth Skills, Ideas and Inspiration for the Future Primitive.


The Lost Letters By Catherine Greenwood, Vivian M. Hansen Ms. 2015 University of Calgary

The Lost Letters By Catherine Greenwood, Vivian M. Hansen Ms.

The Goose

Review of Catherine Greenwood's The Lost Letters.


Ecologies Of The Moving Image: Cinema, Affect, Nature By Adrian J Ivakhiv, Edie Steiner 2015 York University

Ecologies Of The Moving Image: Cinema, Affect, Nature By Adrian J Ivakhiv, Edie Steiner

The Goose

Review of Adrian J. Ivankhiv's Ecologies of the Moving Image: Cinema, Affect, Nature.


Applications For Dummies, Carla M. Sanchez 2015 Loyola Marymount University

Applications For Dummies, Carla M. Sanchez

First-Gen Voices: Creative and Critical Narratives on the First-Generation College Experience

This poem discusses the overwhelming pressure that is put on students to justify their right to be admitted into universities or to receive scholarships based on their extracurricular activities. Many working-class, first-generation college students are unable to participate in organizations and programs that offer students a more well-rounded college experience. This can lead first-gen students, like the author, to feel isolated, inadequate, or illegitimate. "Applications for Dummies" expresses Sanchez's incessant fear that she will never be able to compete with other students who were given the opportunity to build more worldly resumes, despite her strong academic commitment and intellectual ...


Revelation, Tanya Diaz 2015 Loyola Marymount University

Revelation, Tanya Diaz

First-Gen Voices: Creative and Critical Narratives on the First-Generation College Experience

There can sometimes be a gap between first-gen students and parents who have not experienced the stress of higher education. Children may believe this stress to be a necessary sacrifice for their future wellness; however, they often cannot feel their parents' sacrifices, just as their parents cannot feel their child's mental strain. Diaz creates this poem in an effort to examine her relationship with her mother from an outsider's point of view, in the end realizing that although her parents cannot always understand her experiences, they care and will support her decisions.


Faculty Author Series-Dr. Brenda Ayres, 2015 Liberty University

Faculty Author Series-Dr. Brenda Ayres

Honorable Mention

Announcement about Dr. Brenda Ayres' presentation on Feminism and Christian Scholarship. This is a lecture event for the JFL Faculty Authors Series.


Sanaaq: An Inuit Novel By Mitiarjuk Nappaaluk, Translated By Bernard Saladin D’Anglure, Zoe Todd 2015 University of Aberdeen

Sanaaq: An Inuit Novel By Mitiarjuk Nappaaluk, Translated By Bernard Saladin D’Anglure, Zoe Todd

The Goose

Review of Sanaaq: An Inuit Novel by Mitiarjuk Nappaaluk and translated by Bernard Saladin d’Anglure.


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