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Grupo Alea de Análise Poética

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    Grupo Alea de Análise Poética / Caixa de correo 066 / Faculdade de Filoloxía / USC Campus Norte / 15782 Santiago de Compostela

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    Iria Sobrino - María Xesús Nogueira - Montserrat Pena - Isaac Lourido - Margarita García Candeira - Arturo Casas (coord.)
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Mercè Picornell fala de poesía experimental catalá na USC

Posted by gaapdec o Novembro 22, 2011

 

No marco das relacións entre equipos de investigación da Universidade de Santiago de Compostela (USC) e da Universitat de les Illes Balears (UIB), o mércores 23 de novembro terá lugar un seminario de traballo na Sala de Videoconferencias da Facultade de Filoloxía da USC a cargo da profesora Mercè Picornell (UIB) sobre a poesía experimental catalá e a forma de analizala, documentala e difundila.

A orientación do workshop está dirixida ao ámbito do experimental na poesía catalá e tamén ao xeito no que o Grupo LiCETC da UIB emprendeu a súa análise en canto a metodoloxía, transferencia e outros aspectos correlativos.

Web do proxecto Poesia experimental catalana (1970-1990) do Grupo LiCETC.

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Coloquio sobre Florbela Espanca en Vila Viçosa

Posted by gaapdec o Outubro 19, 2011

O Centro de Estudos em Letras da Universidade de Évora e o Grupo Amigos de Vila Viçosa convidam a comunidade académica e o público em geral a participar no Colóquio “Florbela Espanca. O espólio de um Mito”, integrante do projeto homónimo, sediado na Universidade de Évora/ CEL, a ser realizado dias 6, 7 e 8 de Dezembro de 2011 no Teatro Florbela Espanca em Vila Viçosa.

Formulário de inscrição no colóquio.

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Simposio Cultura e Migración no CIPPCE

Posted by gaapdec o Outubro 3, 2011

Os días 27 e 28 de outubro de 2011 desenvolverase no Salón de Graos da Facultade de Ciencias Políticas e Sociais da Universidade de Santiago de Compostela o Simposio Cultura e Migración, organizado polo Centro de Investigación de Procesos e Prácticas Culturais Emerxentes (CIPPCE). Algúns dos relatorios deste simposio farán mención específica ao fenómeno poético desde diferentes puntos de vista.

Descárguese aquí o tríptico do simposio coa programación e as indicacións relativas á inscrición. Esta será gratuíta para todos os interesados/as nos temas de debate.

Posted in diferenza cultural, emerxencia cultural, enclaves, espazo público, eventos, identidades, institucións, migración, oralidade, proxectos específicos | Leave a Comment »

Poesía e emancipación

Posted by gaapdec o Agosto 4, 2011

A editorial Peter Lang publicará no vindeiro outono, na serie “Hispanic Studies. Culture and Ideas”, un volume coordinado por Ben Bollig (Universidade de Leeds) e Arturo Casas (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela) no marco dos traballos desenvolvidos pola rede internacional Poéticas de Resistencia. Toman parte nesta rede investigadores e produtores artísticos de procedencia latinoamericana e europea. O título do libro é Resistance and Emancipation: Cultural and Poetic Practices. O índice pode consultarse clicando aquí.

Véxase de seguido o comezo da introdución:

The title of this volume refers to a central question, at times tacit, at times explicit, that motivates the essays included herein: what role, if any, does cultural production have to play in movements, groups and struggles that oppose the present political order and/or propose radically different forms of social, political and economic organization? Although the contributors understand the terms ‘resistance’ and ‘emancipation’ in a variety of ways, their respective etymological meanings of ‘standing against’ and ‘liberation’ (from slavery, from existing morality) have motivated much of the research work and activism that is represented or analysed. This book is the product  of a network of researchers and cultural producers from Europe, Latin America and the USA, entitled ‘Poetics of Resistance’. The members of the network are committed to a long-term research project into the creative strategies of counter-hegemony, and the dominance of and resistance to neoliberalism in culture, knowledge production, and education.

The network emerged as a result of discussions in 2007–8 between founder members Cornelia Gräbner, Ben Bollig, Arturo Casas, William Rowe and Santiago Chávez, about the relationship between cultural production, political activism, the role and future of the university, and the contemporary context of neoliberal capitalism, although in many respects it ref lects long-standing interests of these and others involved in the project. […] The book you are holding brings together papers developed from interventions at both of our meetings to date, by academics, poets, activists, filmmakers and others engaged in practices of poetic and cultural resistance. […] Although the approaches, opinions and responses of members of the network are many and varied, discussions at the two symposia [Leeds and Santiago de Compostela] suggested a series of common points of contact, any to do with a sense of discontent at contemporary responses to questions about the role of culture in politics. This discontent of course stems in part from the particular nature of this political conjuncture. Neoliberal capitalism, that is to say, the ideology that the ability of markets and capital to cross national boundaries is the prime indicator of global development and wellbeing, has shaped to its convenience not only the economy. It also targets higher education, knowledge production, and cultural production. The homogenizing, exclusionary and destructive consequences of its interventions can be felt throughout all these areas. In this sense, as editors we feel strongly that the variety of themes and optics, and the dif fering personal trajectories of the contributors, has been one of the strengths of the group, and that many of the tensions that these dif ferences have occasioned have been productive in the development of ideas and shared dialogues.

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Performing Poetry

Posted by gaapdec o Xullo 16, 2011

Á volta do verán aparecerá na serie Thamyris/Intersecting da editorial Rodopi o volume Performing Poetry: Body, Place and Rhythm in the Poetry Performance, coordinado por dous membros da rede Poetics of Resistance, Cornelia Gräbner (Universidade de Lancaster) e Arturo Casas (USC). O índice do libro pode descargarse aquí. A capa incorpora unha das fotografías da performance Dentro (2003), de Antón Lopo. De seguido reprodúcese o texto de cuarta de cuberta:

Over the past decades, the poetry performance has developed into an increasingly popular, diverse, and complex art form. In theoretical and critical discourse, it is referred to as performance poetry, spoken word poetry, and polipoesía; some theorists argue that it is an independent poetic genre, others treat it as a contemporary manifestation of oral poetry or of the poetry recital. The essays collected in this volume take up the challenge that the poetry performance poses to literary theory. Coming from a variety of disciplines including Literary Studies, Theatre Studies and Area Studies, contributors develop new approaches and analytical categories for the poetry performance. They draw on case studies from a variety of contexts and in several languages, including Brazilian Portuguese, Dutch, Catalan, English, French, Galician and Spanish. Essays are organized in three sections, which focus on critical and theoretical approaches to the poetry performance, on the mediatic hybridity of this art form, and on the ways in which the poetry performance negotiates locatedness through engagements with space and place. The structure of the volume intersperses essays on theory and analysis with self-reflexive essays from performance poets on their own performance practice.

Posted in escritura e plástica, espazo público, experimental, oralidade, performance, poesía non-lírica, publicacións, redes, Uncategorized | Leave a Comment »

Academia. Feminino plural

Posted by gaapdec o Xuño 9, 2011

 

Medra o debate público arredor da escasísima presenza de mulleres na Academia Galega e sobre as últimas decisións tomadas pola institución. Malia non transcenderen de forma oficial as candidaturas presentadas nin os resultados das votacións, os medios de comunicación transmiten estes días que a última incorporación á RAG para cubrir a vacante de Francisco Fernández del Riego foi dirimida entre as candidaturas de Xosé Fernández Ferreiro, finalmente exitosa, e Marilar Aleixandre. Trátase en ambos casos de narradores prestixiados que contan así mesmo con produción poética. Segundo é preceptivo, ambas propostas foran presentadas e avaladas por académicos/as numerarios da institución. Entre as iniciativas destinadas a promover un debate público sobre as últimas decisións da RAG cóntase o manifesto “O xogo das cadeiras”, promovido inicialmente por Yolanda Castaño, Inma López Silva, María Reimóndez, Helena González e Dolores Vilavedra, integrantes as dúas últimas do equipo de poesiagalega.org. O manifesto conta co apoio explícito doutras e doutros membros do proxecto. A web correspondente permite sumar sinaturas ao manifesto e actualiza a información sobre o debate: http://xogodascadeiras.blogaliza.org.

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