[Msa-discuss] Eric Falci at the Modernism Seminar- Tues. 3/27

Samuel Alexander salexand at endicott.edu
Thu Mar 15 12:50:16 EDT 2018

Dear Colleagues,

Please join the Modernism Seminar of the Mahindra Humanities Center at
Harvard on Tuesday, March 27, at 6:00 p.m. to hear Eric Falci (University
of California, Berkeley) speak on:

*"Modernist Poetry and the Problem of Music: *

*Pound, Loy, Eliot, and the Mediation of Genre"*

The presentation will take place in the Mahindra Humanities
Center, Barker 133.

*Eric Falci *is Associate Professor of English and Associate Dean of the
Graduate Division at the University of California, Berkeley.  He is the
author of *Continuity and Change in Irish Poetry, 1966-2010* and the *Cambridge
Introduction to British Poetry, 1945-2010*, as well as a number of essays
on modern and contemporary poetry.  He is currently working on several
projects: a book on poetry and music since the early nineteenth century, a
book entitled *The Value of Poetry* for Cambridge University Press, and *Irish
Literature in Transition: 1980-2020*, for which he serves as co-editor with
Paige Reynolds.

There is free parking near the HHC at the Broadway Garage, on Felton
between Broadway and Cambridge Street. Just tell the attendant that you're
participating in an event at the HHC. Normally the attendant is welcoming,
as long as it's after 5:00 p.m., even if we are erroneously not on the good

We hope you'll be able to attend the session, which, as always, includes
discussion after the presentation.

Details about the Center, including a calendar of events, are available at:

*Remaining Spring 2018 Speaker*

Tuesday, April 17 at 6:00 p.m. in Barker 133: Thomas Davis (Ohio State
University): "Fossils of Tomorrow: Late Modernism and the Great

Best wishes,

Sam Alexander, Endicott College

salexand at endicott.edu


Paige Reynolds, College of the Holy Cross

preynold at holycross.edu


John Paul Riquelme, Boston University

jpriquel at bu.edu

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