Talks

Modern Language Association

“Of Strangers is the Earth the Inn”: Still life, Scale, and Deep Time in Emily Dickinson
Emily Dickinson International Society
Chair: Marta L. Werner, Professor of English, D’Youville College
Respondent: Keith M. Mikos, Lecturer, Dept. of English, DePaul University

  • Isabel Sobral Campos, Montana Tech,”‘just a Life I left’: Still Life Painting, Emily Dickinson, and the Anthropocene”
  • Zachary Tavlin, University of Washington, “Plashless as She Sees: Dickinson’s Glancing Stitch”
  • Amy R. Nestor, Georgetown University—Qatar, “‘Disclosed by Danger’: Dickinson, Darwin, Time”

TBA January 2018
New York, NY

American Comparative Literature Association

Entangled Poetics: Mediating Ecology
Chair: Isabel Sobral Campos

  • Aleksandra Ubertowska, Uniwersytet Gdański (University of Gdansk), “Seeking the New Non-Anthropocentric Subjectivity in W.G.Sebald’s ‘After Nature’ and Czesław Miłosz’s ‘By the Peonies'”
  • Elena Basile, York University, “Thinking through the Ecological Dimensions of Decolonial Poetic Practices: Examples from Canada’s Translation Zones”
  • Matthew Heider, Tufts University, “bend inglish:” Linguistic Revolution in Rita Wong’s forage
  • Isabel Sobral Campos, Montana Tech, “Emily Dickinson, Still Life, and the Anthropocene: An Entangled Relation”

July 7-8, 2017, 2:30 pm – 4:15 pm
Drift 25 – RM101
University of Utrecht, Netherlands

POETRY PROJECT

Monday, January 30, 2017, 8:00 pm
131 E 10th St, New York, NY 10003