Book History #5: Book History and Poetry
An Einar Hansen seminar convened by the research group Textual Scholarship (Copenhagen) and the Division of Book History (Lund).
March 28 2014, room 22.0.11, University of Copenhagen, Njalsgade 120.
The research group Textual Scholarship and the Division of Book History at Lund University have the pleasure of announcing the fifth in a series of seminars on the history of the book, generously supported by the Einar Hansen Research Foundation, this time focusing on the intersections of book history and the study of poetry. All are welcome.
A printer-friendly version of the programme is available here (pdf).
10.15-11.15 Johanna Drucker, professor, UCLA: Keynote: Books Past and Poetic Futures
11.15-11.30 Coffee break
11.30-12.10 Thomas Hvid Kromann, PhD: The Book Historian in the Borderland between Poetry and Artists’ Books
13.10-13.50 Torben Jelsbak, assistant professor, Roskilde: The Poetics of Materiality in Early 20th Century Avant-Garde Literature
13.50-14.30 Maria Jørgensen, PhD fellow, Copenhagen: Elegy, Epitaph, Book: Anne Carson’s Nox
14.30-14.45 Coffee break
14.45-15.25 Charles Lock, professor, Copenhagen: Technology and the Layout of Verse
15.25-16.05 Julia Pennlert, PhD fellow, Umeå: The performing potential of a poem - An analysis of the reception of three poems published on the Swedish website www.poeter.se
16.15-17.00 Joint discussion
The seminar will be followed by a wine reception.