The Dooble Tongue: Modern Poetry and Translation. University of Aberdeen, 20th January 2018

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Representation or re-presentation?: giving voice to archives.

A discussion of the found poem and erasure as poetic strategies in the interpretation and re-presentation of voices of the past – practical, strategic, ethical aspects.

a presentation given at The Dooble Tongue: Modern Poetry and Translation.  The Herbert Grierson Centre for Textual Criticism and Comparative Literary History, University of Aberdeen.  Saturday 20th January 2018, Sir Duncan Rice Library. 9.45 – 4.30.

Other presentations by Clemence O’Connor, John Goodby, Martin Malone, Lesley Harrison, Patrick Crotty, Deavid Wheatley, Patrick McGuinness, Gill Russel and Maryem Bouzid.

(Image: Captain David Cardno’s the log of the Diana, held in  Aberdeen University Special Collections.  Image @ University of Aberdeen.)

 

 

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