Eco-poetics with Leonard Schwartz will explore creative and critical approaches to language, with a view to reframing our understanding of the relationship between nature and history.
Countertextual Ecologies: Eco-Poetics
This program within the Counter-Textual cluster is recommended for students seeking to explore experimental possibilities in writing - poetic, theoretical, and the spaces in between. This offering will prepare you for careers and advanced study in: aesthetics, ecology, environmental studies, geography, literature, music, philosophy, political economy, sustainability studies, and writing. Any web tools provided are optional. Take up to 8 undergraduate credits per quarter — or any amount during Summer — without being admitted to the college.
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Throughout Hectic Pigment , the author seeks to present a world in which matter is constantly transforming, often violently, through the creative act. This idea deeply informs Hectic Pigment , as Rasula examines the nature of art, the cycles of birth and death, the inevitable failure of language to communicate the essential, and the beautiful broken forms which are the result of the effort:. Now we come into the country we know— spider arabesque.
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