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June 03, 2005

The courses I am teaching at Stanford University in the academic year 2006-07 are:

Fall 06
Poetry and Poetics (MTW 10.00-10.50)

Winter 07
The Poetry of W. H. Auden (MW 3.15-5.05)

Poetry and Culture in America: Post-War to Cold War (F 1.15-4.05)

Spring 07
British Literature and Culture of the 1930s (MW 11.00-12.30) -- cancelled

I will be giving the following readings, presentations or lectures during the academic year 2006-07:

21 Feb. 07
I participated in the "W. H. Auden Centennial Celebration" reading, organized by the Poetry Society of America, in the Great Hall at Cooper Union in New York to celebrate Auden's 100th birthday.

9 May 07
I took part in the Poetry Society of America's West-Coast celebration of Auden's centenary at the Billy Wilder Theater at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles.

12 Oct. 07
I will be participating in an event centered on Kirstein's poetry, "Lincoln Kirstein Centennial Reading", in the Recital Hall of the Graduate Center, CUNY, at 7 pm on 12 Oct. 2007.

23 Oct. 07
I will take part in a panel discussion titled "Lincoln Kirstein: A Life in Art" at the Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, at 8 pm on 23 Oct. 2007.

Nov. 07
I will be talking on "Auden and the Love Whose Name is Unspoken", Modernist Studies Association conference, Long Beach.

The courses I taught at Stanford in the academic year 2005-06 were:

Fall 05
Poetry and Poetics (MTW 10:00-10:50) — English 160

Winter 06
Reading W. B. Yeats (MW 3:15-5:05) — English 150F

The Journey: Pound, Bishop, Walcott (TTh 3:15-5:05) — English 155

Spring 06
Imagism: The Bigger Picture (MW 3:15-5:05) — English 258

I gave the following presentations or lectures during the academic year 2005-06:

Nov. 05
"'It is Like What We Imagine Knowledge To Be': The Ocean at Mid-Century", Modernist Studies Association conference, Chicago

Jan. 06
"His Voice's Master: Larkin's Auden", conference on "The Movement and Modernism", Huntington Library, Pasadena

April 06
"'Running on the Waves': Jackson Pollock, Robert Lowell and the American Ocean", Americanist Colloquium, Yale University, New Haven

May 06
Stanford Alumni Book Salon faculty guest host for discussion of Stendhal's novel The Red and the Black, Stanford University, Stanford

Posted by njenkins at June 3, 2005 06:15 PM

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