William Blake
Review: A BASTARD KIND OF REASONING by Andrew M. Cooper
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Andrew Cooper's book ranges widely and deeply across William Blake's oeuvre to show how his post-Newtonian vision of space-time anticipates Einsteinian relativity.
In Conversation with Matthew Leporati – Recording
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Matthew Leporati explores James Joyce's 'Finnegans Wake' as an adaptation of Blake's 'Jerusalem' through Blake's subversive ideas about the epic and empire.
Marsha Keith Schuchard on Moravian-Swedenborgian infant education
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The Fall issue of Studies in Romanticism includes a detailed and fascinating view of the influence of these views on Blake's Songs.
In Conversation with Rebecca Marks – Recording
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Rebecca Marks examines Blake's small watercolours from 1770-1790 in relation to Fuseli's talk about Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel.
Major Blake Exhibition at Getty
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Delayed because of COVID, William Blake: Visionary at the J. Paul Getty Museum promises to be one of the biggest and most important exhibitions of Blake's works ever.
In Conversation with Gillian Xu – Recording
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Gillian Xu discusses the importance of "flexible bloodlines" and how they connect the human and the non-human in Blake's 'The Four Zoas' and 'Jerusalem'.
In Conversation with Jared S. Richman – Recording
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Jared S. Richman explores how "non-normative embodiment" and temporality can be connected to disability through a discussion of Blake's 'Milton: A Poem'.
In Conversation with Juliana Steil – Reflection
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Juliana Steil discusses the importance of the Portuguese translation of Blake by José Antonio Arantes .
In Conversation with Ines Tebourski – recording
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Ines Tebourski discusses the dualities found in the "companion poems" of 'Songs of Innocence and of Experience'.
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