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May 03, 2011

Reading
May 03, 2011

Often exiled or sold into slavery in ancient times, Arab-language poets have literally suffered for their art. Noted literary scholar Muhsin al-Musawi

April 06, 2011

April 06, 2011

In this workshop, students write poems out of the overlappings of poetry and music, among other art forms, and look at the work of Ken Nordine, Woody Guthrie, Lewis Carroll, William Burroughs and o

April 06, 2011

In this workshop, students write poems out of the overlappings of poetry and music, among other art forms, and look at the work of Ken Nordine, Woody Guthrie, Lewis Carroll, William Burroughs and o

May 05, 2011

Reza Aslan
Reading
May 05, 2011

Internationally-acclaimed writer and scholar of religions Reza Aslan gives an overview of the history of Islam and the different languages and poetic traditions of the Islamic worl

May 07, 2011

Conversation
May 07, 2011

This day-long symposium on the poetries of the Islamic world brings together scholars, poets and writers from around the globe and features panel discussions and performances of classical, sung and

April 09, 2011

Star Black
April 09, 2011

In this course, students explore the following forms: sonnet, sestina, pantoum, villanelle, haiku, epistle, elegy, light verse, visual poem, exquisite corpse, concrete poem and “found” poem.

Star Black
April 09, 2011

In this course, students explore the following forms: sonnet, sestina, pantoum, villanelle, haiku, epistle, elegy, light verse, visual poem, exquisite corpse, concrete poem and “found” poem.

April 05, 2011

Paolo Javier
April 05, 2011

Poets and artists have long turned to the modern cartoon strip as a source for innovation.

May 14, 2011

Marie Ponsot
May 14, 2011

A translator from the French of many children’s books and a renowned poet, Marie Ponsot shares her favorite fairy tales.

Marie Ponsot
May 14, 2011

A translator and author of many poetry books (including The Bird Catcher, winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award), Marie Ponsot discusses the fairy tale as the d

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