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Michael Coyle <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 15 Sep 2004 15:37:24 -0400
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Ezra Pound and Education
Conference Dates: Thursday, April 28-Sunday, May 1, 2005

The English Department, Burke Library, Emerson Gallery and the Creative Writing Program of Hamilton College, in conjunction with Colgate University, together proudly announce a conference on April 28-May 1, 2005 to observe the centenary of Ezra Pound's graduation from Hamilton College.  In accordance with the spirit of the occasion, the general conference theme will be "Ezra Pound and Education."  Submission of any proposals for papers or completed panels relating to this general topic are welcome.  Possible panels include, but are by no means limited to:

--Teaching Pound/Pound Teaching
--Pound and Asia
--The Didactics of Poetry 
--Autodidacticism and the Academy
--Pound Materials at Hamilton
--Pound and Visual Art
--The Poundian Tradition in Contemporary Poetry
--Ezra Pound and the Prosaic Imagination 
--Pound and Political Incorrectness: Fascism and Anti-Semitism
--Pound and Translation
--Dorothy Shakespear Pound

Confirmed Plenary Speakers, Peter Nicholls (University of Sussex), Jean Michel Rabaté, (University of Pennsylvania), Gail McDonald (UNC Greensboro) 

Poetry Readings by Charles Bernstein (University of Pennsylvania), Stephen Romer, University of Tours), Rachel Blau DuPlessis (Temple University)

Other confirmed participants: Film maker Bernard Dew, Ming Xie (University of Toronto) 

Submission Deadline: February 1, 2005
Pre-registration Deadline: March 15, 2005

Please address submissions or inquiries to:
Professor Steven Yao
Dept. of English
Hamilton College
198 College Hill Rd.
Clinton, NY 13323

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Hamilton College is located near the foot of the Adirondack Mountains in central New York.  We are located approximately 45 miles east of Syracuse, and about 95 miles west of Albany, on Interstate highway 90.  Either of these cities can be used for flights into the area.  

For more information, please contact Steven Yao at [log in to unmask] or check out the website at http://www.hamilton.edu/conferences/ezra