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2017/01/18

,--------------------- Reallly the idea is to create lines of Verse,, lines of becomings,,, of schio lines of flight ___ Time out oF Flight/Flight out of Time as In Hugo Ball's book tile



i posted this a few days back was unsure of it then, was suspicious of some of the lingo,
  now in hindsight,  am even more,

   what is all of this about minor?
                       Am I am minor poetry?

   of course it has a different sense in the it's been used in the discussion listed below


what's being called neurotic is really a suggestion the neurotic might lead to a schizio line of

                 flight becoming lines of poetry     verse , lines  of  poetry, becoming , others,

                           becoming freedoms,

                                                          becoming poetrys freedoms,



           not eh , the domination and tyrnanny of the signifier,
                  especially that horrible pedanctic (yes! pedantic!) one, known as the academic,

  really the caca demic,




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                 [2]

 NEUROSIS, POETRY, AND THE PRESENT
A Workshop organized by Daniel Katz (Warwick) and Benjamin Noys
(Chichester) at CPCT.

 Saturday, 18 March 2017
10:45am - 6:30pm
DTH 109, Goldsmiths, University of London

The current theoretical scene has often swung between invocations of
affirmative joy and melancholic meditations.

This oscillation is figured
in the assumption of a joyous continuity between philosophy and
politics, or the melancholy and chastened consideration of their

sundering. Instead, this event focuses on neurosis as a missing term, a
form of 'blockage', of delay and prevarication, which could open-up the

tensions of the present moment.


In particular this also involves a
re-consideration of poetry as a site that has witnessed a resurgence in
political engagement and the thinking through of the damaged

subjectivities of contemporary capitalism.

Poetry, often dismissed under
the signs of neurosis or of lack of relevance or popularity, offers

another 'minor' site for interrogating the theoretical and political

moods and affects of the present moment. This unstable combination of

neurosis and poetry is a deliberately fragile construction that we hope

can allow the exploration of the fragilities of our subjectivities and
experiences.


_PROVISIONAL SCHEDULE_

10:45-11:00 am - Introduction

11:00-12:00 pm - Professor Emma Mason (Warwick)

12:15-1:15 pm - Professor Daniel Katz (Warwick)

1:15-2:45 pm - Lunch

2:45-3:45 pm - Dr. Natalia Cecire (Sussex)

4:00-5:00 pm - Professor Benjamin Noys (Chichester)

5:15-6:15 pm - Roundtable

_PRELIMINARY READINGS_

Berardi, Franco, The Uprising: On Poetry and Finance (Semiotext(e),
2012).

Noys, Benjamin, 'Long Live Neurosis!' (2016):
https://www.academia.edu/27780212/Long_Live_Neurosis_ [3]


Katz, Daniel, "'I did not walk here all the way from prose': Ben

Lerner's virtual poetics", Textual Practice online, 24 March 2016:


http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/0950236X.2015.1119987 [4]

Lysack, Krista, 'The Productions of Time: Keble, Rossetti and Victorian
Devotional Reading', Victorian Studies, 55.3 (2013), 451-470.

Mason, Emma, 'Entanglement in fir: thinking matter in Peter Larkin's
"praying // firs \\ attenuate"', in Religions, special issue ed. by
Kevin Hart (forthcoming).

Seltzer, Mark, The Official World (Duke University Press, 2016).



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