The book talk series seeking to honor and celebrate works by queer and disabled creators in the same academic spaces they were most likely to be pushed out of.
"The Bight" and "The End of March" cast light upon an invisible line that connects Elizabeth Bishop's earlier work to her later work.
An image can be considered a reflection of its viewer. What does this say about advertisements presented as images, as reflections of the people they are designed to reach?
In 'Questions of Travel' Elizabeth Bishop's talent for assiduous observation becomes even more pronounced in the face of uncertainty.
"We began talking about how he makes his art, and ended up discussing artistic inspiration and theft. Sergio––cigar between his lips––told me that no art is isolated: it is always in dialogue with other art or ideas. It was this thought, as well as Teresa’s pendent sculptures, that inspired my work."
"northern lights (or lack thereof)" appears as part of a special feature dedicated to the Dean's Honor Society's 2017-2018 trip to Iceland.
"we pretended that the ginkgo nuts were bombs/ filled with lethal gases,// that the branches were stairs/ leading to our home with green walls/ and windows you could see out of but not into,
A portrait of a poet who was imprisoned in a Soviet labor camp and went on to become a leading figure in contemporary Latvian literature.
“It is unavoidable that the world would force itself into Stevens's work—one cannot live in the world and not be a part of it.” On Wallace Stevens's war poem, “Martial Cadenza.”
If the ideas presented within a song relate to the form of the song itself, how would the meaning or interpretation of the song change if it was recycled into a new media?
A look at the conceptions of history in In W.H. Auden’s “Archaeology” and Wallace Stevens’s “A Postcard from the Volcano"