The 23rd Robinson Jeffers Association Annual Conference hosts a panel on “Blackness and Nature: Artists in Conversation”. Seated from left: Camille Dungy; Douglas Kearney; Zinzi Clemmons. February 24, 2017 in Morrison Lounge of JSC.
This conversation, between author Camille Dungy and special guest poets Douglas Kearney and Zinzi Clemmons, Assistant Professor, English, treats Blackness as an entry-way to rethinking nature and its relationship to poetry.
This year’s Conference theme is “Robinson Jeffers and the Modern Metropolis: Los Angeles and Beyond.”
Sponsored by the Robinson Jeffers Association, Oxy Arts, English, Writing and Rhetoric Department including Interdisciplinary Writing, and Library Special Collections & College Archives with support of the Remsen Bird Fund, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Arts & Urban Experience Grant.
(Photo by Marc Campos, Occidental College Photographer)
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