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Ezra Pound Society panels at the Conference of the American Literature Association in Washington DC. May 22-25 2014.

Panel I Ezra Pound and Other World Cultures

Chair: Demetres P. Tryphonopoulos, University of New Brunswick

1. “Ezra Pound's Poetics of Chinese Economics,” Kristin Grogan, The University of New South Wales

2. “The Temple is not For Sale: Ideogrammatic History and Citizenship in Ezra Pound’s The Cantos” Christopher McVey, University of Wisconsin-Madison

3. “Let Them Love Tomorrow: Pound, H.D., and Eliot on the ‘Pergilium Veneris.’” Miranda Hickman, McGill University

4. “Pound in Dilation: Stepping Through the Poet’s Window into the Language, Ceremony, and Paradise of the Naxi Tribespeople of Southern Tibet,” Robert Kibler, Minot State University

Audio-Visual Equipment required: None Requested slot: Thursday or Friday, afternoon

 

Panel II Ezra Pound’s Affiliations with Archibald MacLeish

Chair: Robert Kibler, Minot State University

1. “‘[U]sury age-old and age-thick / and liars in public places’: Ezra Pound’s Response to WWI,” Demetres P. Tryphonopoulos, University of New Brunswick

2. “Archibald MacLeish’s Response to WWI: Three Early Poems,” Donna K. Hollenberg, University of Connecticut

3. “‘[A] healthy spirit of internecine criticism’: Pound on the Poetry of MacLeish through their Correspondence,” Christa Fratantoro, Independent Scholar

Audio-Visual Equipment required: None Requested

slot: Thursday afternoon or Friday morning

Business Meeting Requested: immediately following panel if possible