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Archambeau, Corey present at literature conference
Professor of English Robert Archambeau and Associate Professor of English Joshua Corey headed down to Louisville last weekend for “The Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture since 1900.”
Sponsored by the University of Louisville, the conference features presentations by scholars on any topic pertaining to literature and culture since 1900.
Archambeau presented a talk on the poet Bill Knott called “Success as Failure, or: Bill Knott Would Hate This Panel and I Know Why,” and Corey presented a paper titled “Three Pebbles: Minimal Materialities of Late Modernism” on the French poet Francis Ponge, the Scottish poet Ian Hamilton Finlay, and the American poet George Oppen.