LiteratureLIT 121O Body Theories and Embodied Poetics in Contemporary American Poetry

Course investigates the body as a site of political and theoretical significance in contemporary American poetry. Considers how and when corporeal poetics succeed (and fail) at capturing elusive and/or precarious subjectivities of race, sex, gender, grief, and violence. Critical approach designations: Genres, Media. Distribution requirement: Poetry.

Credits

5

Quarter offered

Winter

Instructor

The Staff