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Is writing poetry as a female an inherently political act? Can protest be staged on a page? How are women’s written voices amplified or not, heard or not, validated or not, published or not--and what fresh urgencies might accompany these questions now, after the centennial anniversary of the 19th Amendment? We will consider themes of space and constriction; embodiment and [re]presentation; authority and the arbitration of “taste.” Our focus is on texts--particularly poetic texts and texts on writing--and select images.
Four sessions. Registration – $120
C. Mitchell holds an MFA in poetry from Boston University, where she taught creative writing, and an MA in religion and literature from the University of Chicago, where she currently teaches composition.
A free digital course packet of additional material, compiled by the instructor and distributed electronically before the seminar begins.
For the first session, please read the Declaration of Sentiments available at the following link: https://www.nps.gov/wori/learn/historyculture/declaration-of-sentiments.htm.
Registration opens at 9 am (CST) on Wednesday, January 13th. Newberry Associates members at the Literati level and above will have access to early registration beginning January 7 at 10am. Learn more about membership benefits and becoming a Newberry Associate.
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We offer a 10% discount to members, seniors, and students.
This seminar has been cancelled.
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