[Msa-discuss] Love For Sale

Jeanne Heuving jheuving at uw.edu
Fri May 6 12:45:57 EDT 2016


I am delighted to say that my book The Transmutation of Love and Avant-Garde Poetics is out from the Modern and Contemporary Poetics series at University of of Alabama Press and is available for a NEW BOOK purchase price of $24.

For the deal go to:http://bit.ly/1UCyR3B.  


If anyone is interested in reviewing this book, please let me know and I will give your name and address to the press.


Please forward this email to anyone who might be interested in reading this book-- or have money burning in their pocket for expenditure on love, i.e. your campus library!



REVIEWS ON BACK OF BOOK

Jeanne Heuving has written an ardent study of the metamorphosis of Western love and its classic poetic tropes involving desire and the poetic objects of longing, by proposing an altered configuration of eros in modern and contemporary poetry. Resisting the attack on or the reduction of love as only a literary or social convention, and acknowledging changed relations of gender and altered knowledge of sexualities in modernity, Heuving treats the poetic practices of Pound, H.D., Duncan, Fraser and Mackey and offers serious theorizing on the poetics of Amor. This vibrant contribution to poetic criticism makes claims for love as ecstatic perception, the I as "othered" in love, and the affects and effects of this eros, all going beyond the poetry of the yearning gaze and the static beloved into a wider libidinal field. In fascinating readings and deft theoretical insights, she tracks the implications of this re-articulation of eros for poetic languages, formal innovations, textual subjectivities, and poetics.”
—Rachel Blau DuPlessis, author of The Pink Guitar: Writing as Feminist Practice, Blue Studios: Poetry and Its Cultural Work, and Purple Passages: Pound, Eliot, Zukofsky, Olson, Creeley, and the Ends of Patriarchal Poetry

 

“The Transmutation of Love and Avant-Garde Poetics proposes that the engagement of sexual love and its energies is the source of the creative power in some of the most interesting poetry written in the past one hundred years. Asserting the value of a ‘projective love and libidinized field poetics,’ Jeanne Heuving astutely draws our attention to the erotic transformations that animate the poetry of Pound, H. D., Duncan, Mackey, and Fraser, assessing changes through the psychodynamic propositions of Plato, Freud, Lacan, and Kristeva. The result is a truly enlightening insistence on the connections between these poets’ formal innovations and the topic of sexual love, whose permissions Heuving ingeniously finds submerged as a slowed down, introjective set of relations in Olson’s ‘Projective Verse,’ a discovery I find revelatory. The whole book, sharply written and superbly argued, should alter the way American avant-garde poetry is read.”

—Peter O’Leary, author of Phosphorescence of Thought and Gnostic Contagion: Robert Duncan and the Poetry of Illness


Regards,
Jeanne Heuving

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Date: Wed, 27 Apr 2016 18:04:04 -0700
From: Alex Christie <achris at uvic.ca>
Subject: [Msa-discuss] 2016 election results
To: MSA Members <msa-members at jhupress.jhu.edu>,
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Dear members,

Voting for the two open positions in the MSA Executive Board has now ended, and it?s my pleasure to announce that Celia Marshik and Allan Hepburn will be our next 2nd Vice President and Treasurer. They will assume those roles officially at the end of our upcoming conference in Pasadena in November.

Thank you to all of you who voted in the elections, and a huge thank you to all the candidates for putting themselves forward!

Very best wishes,
Mar?a

Dr Mar?a del Pilar Blanco
Chair, Membership & Elections
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Date: Wed, 27 Apr 2016 21:27:17 -0700
From: Alex Christie <achris at uvic.ca>
Subject: [Msa-discuss] Job Posting: Instructor, Textual Studies and
        Digital Humanities (Loyola University Chicago)
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Please see the following message from Pamela Caughie.

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Job Title: Instructor, Textual Studies and Digital Humanities

Background: Loyola University Chicago (LUC), College of Arts and Sciences, Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities invite applications for a full-time, one-year, non-renewable, Instructor position in Textual Studies and Digital Humanities, academic year 2016-2017. The Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities is home to a variety of funded and internal Digital Humanities projects (See http://luc.edu/ctsdh/researchprojects/) and the MA program in Digital Humanities.



Loyola University Chicago, located in the city's vibrantly multicultural north side on Lake Michigan, is committed to promoting diversity and social justice, and to creating an inclusive, responsive community of faculty, students and staff. We are committed to facilitating a transformative educational experience that recognizes the central importance of intellectual, social, cultural, and geographic diversity. The educational experience at Loyola University Chicago is enriched by providing students the opportunity to study with faculty from a variety of backgrounds and with a wide range of experiences and perspectives.



Duties and Responsibilities: The candidate will be responsible for supporting ongoing research projects in the Center and for teaching courses related to that program, including the Digital Humanities Project and special topics seminars at the MA and advanced undergraduate level. Teaching will account for 50% of the position; the other 50% will be devoted to collaborating on ongoing interdisciplinary research projects supported by the Center. Candidates for the position must clearly demonstrate potential for excellence in teaching and research in the interdisciplinary area of Digital Humanities.



Minimum Qualifications: The successful candidate will have an advanced degree preferably in Computer Science or in English or another humanities discipline as well as a strong commitment to excellence in teaching at all levels. Demonstrated technical skills and experience are expected in managing projects, using markup languages and metadata frameworks such as TEI, XML, XSLT, and RDF, web interface design, etc. as well as in teaching and supporting advanced Digital Humanities projects.

Special Instructions to Applicants: Applicants should submit a current Curriculum Vitae, a teaching statement/research agenda, and a letter of interest outlining the candidate?s qualifications to www.careers.luc.edu <http://www.careers.luc.edu/>.  Names and email addresses of three individuals prepared to speak to the professional qualifications of the candidate for this position are required. Referees will not be contacted immediately but might be at subsequent points in the review process. Additional materials related to teaching excellence and samples of technical work may be submitted to:



Prof. Kyle Roberts
Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities
Loyola University Chicago
Loyola Hall, 3rd Floor
1032 West Sheridan Rd.
Chicago, Illinois 60660

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.



Loyola University Chicago is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer with a strong commitment to hiring for our mission and diversifying our faculty. As a Jesuit Catholic institution of higher education, we seek candidates who will contribute to our strategic plan to deliver a Transformative Education in the Jesuit tradition. To learn more about LUC?s mission, candidates should consult our website at www.luc.edu/mission/ <http://www.luc.edu/mission/>.  For information about the university?s focus on transformative education, they should consult our website at www.luc.edu/transformativeed <http://www.luc.edu/transformativeed>.




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