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What We Talk About When We Talk About the Confessional and What We Should Be Talking About: A Lecture

What We Talk About When We Talk About the Confessional and What We Should Be Talking About: A Lecture

Zucker, Rachel
Title: What We Talk About When We Talk About the Confessional and What We Should Be Talking About: A Lecture
Reading Date: Thursday, January 28, 2016

Welcome-25382

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by Tyler Meier

Introduction-25384

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by Susan Briante

Opening Remarks-25386

On the historical development and definition of confessional poetry and its relationship to therapy-25388

On mainstream privilege, whiteness, gender, and privacy in confessional poetry-25390

Question and Answer Session-25392

Reading Date: Thursday, January 28, 2016
Series: Bagley Wright Lecture Series on Poetry, Spring Reading Series
Sponsor(s): UA Poetry Center
Location(s): UA Poetry Center

In this lecture, Rachel Zucker discusses risk, shame, and questions of gender and privilege in relationship to confessional poetry. 

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