The Center for Cultural Studies, in partnership with Critical Race & Ethnic Studies, Kresge College, and Porter College, presents Nathaniel Mackey.
Acclaimed poet Nathaniel Mackey’s recent work encompasses three ongoing, decades-long projects: the serial poems Song of the Andoumboulou and “Mu,” and the serial novel or series of novels From a Broken Bottle Traces of Perfume Still Emanate, whose fifth volume, Late Arcade, was recently completed.
Winter 2016 Cultural Studies Colloquium Series:
January 13-Elena Gapova: “Suffering and the Soviet Man’s Search for Meaning: The “Moral Revolutions” of Svetlana Alexievich”
February 3-Jonathan Beecher: “Visions of Revolution: European Writers ad the French Revolution of 1848”
February 17-Aaron Benanav: “Too Many People, or Too Few Jobs? A Critique of Political Demography in the Post-WWII Era”
February 24-Beléna Bistué: “Aztec Pictograms and Moorish Names: Multilingual Translation Practices in Colonial Spanish America”