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‘Landing Sites’: Papers from the Contemporary Writing Environments Conference, Brunel University

 

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Andrea Brady
Note on the Contemporary Writing Environments Conference (HTML | PDF)

Christina Makris
The Mapping of Meaning in Madeline Gins’ and Arakawa’s Architectural Body (HTML | PDF)

Robert Stanton
“Hard to say where / this occurs”: Domestic and Social Space and the Space of Writing in Rae Armantrout’s Work (HTML | PDF)

Isabel Haarhaus
'Migrant Poetics’ in New Zealand Literature: Janet Frame and Riemke Ensing Unsettle the Settlers (HTML | PDF)

Alicia Cohen
“Nature is a Haunted House—but Art—a House that tries to be Haunted”: Los Angeles, Trauma, and Orphic Anxiety in the Work of Jack Spicer (HTML | PDF)


Note: the phrase ‘Landing Sites’ is from Madeline Gins and Arakawa’s text Architectural Body and features in ‘The Mapping of Meaning’ by Christina Makris.


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