Posts Tagged ‘Marinetti’
WHISTLE THRU THE FASCES
WHISTLE THRU THE FASCES

Hi, Princeton. I’m giving a seminar/workshop on Babel After Fascism, a new version of a piece long, long in the making, on Wednesday, November 8. Contemporary Poetry Colloquium and the 20th C. Colloquium Jennifer Scappettone, Department of English Language and Literature, University of Chicago Princeton University Hinds Library (Room B14), McCosh Hall 4: 30 PM […]

BABEL AFTER FASCISM
BABEL AFTER FASCISM

Though that preposition may no longer hold—at Rutgers, I’ll be presenting a draft from a book project in progress, From Babel to Pentecost: Wireless Imaginations in Postwar Literary Arts and the Dream (or Nightmare) of a Transnational Language. The piece being presented is titled “To Whistle in the Fasces of Uniform Graphemes: Babel After Fascism.” […]

TRANSLATION IN TIME
TRANSLATION IN TIME

I’m honored to be giving the closing lecture for the CHIASMI conference hosted by the graduate students in Italian Studies at Harvard and Brown Universities next weekend. My talk’s title has been altered in tandem with its theme: “Chloris as Translation, and the Dream of a Transhistorical Language.” It’ll open a final roundtable discussion at […]

FROM CORPSE TO SPECTER
FROM CORPSE TO SPECTER

On Wednesday, April 22, at 5:30 pm, I will be talking about Venice as an antagonist & emblem of modernity at Brown University. Very much looking forward to meeting up with the lively community in Italian studies, English, comparative literature, and gender studies there.


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