mp3: Poetry, Philosophy, Performativity
CUNY Graduate Center
mp3 is a mobile performative platform where poetry and philosophy merge around shared questions of pressing importance. This series of transdisciplinary experimentations will generate its site-specific archive through poetry readings, philopoetic conversations, experimental workshops, interactive symposiums, small group projects, etc., most of which will be published as articles, chapbooks, or anthologies.
We will pursue two tracks: one is topically open-ended and occasionally sequenced while the other is thematically organized around “Poetic Justice,” the literary term for morally resonant retributive rightness, which we could reconceptualize more literally and broadly today, as we do now seem to need every bit of justice, even poetic.
Kyoo Lee, Professor, Faculty Leader of mp3 Seminar
Kendra Sullivan, Associate Director
Center for the Humanities, The Graduate Center, CUNY
365 Fifth Avenue, Rm. 5103
New York, NY
United States https://www.centerforthehumanities.org/public-engagement/seminars/mp3-poetry-philosophy-performativity
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