【12月1日】Dr. Martin Ramey&Prof. Lauri Ramey :Parables as Poetic Fictions
 
发布时间: 2016-11-29 浏览次数: 198

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沙龙题目Parables as Poetic Fictions

主讲人Dr. Martin Ramey (Glendale College)

Prof. Lauri Ramey (California State University, Los Angeles)

主持人:   教授

时间2016121日(周四)9:00—11:00

地点虹口校区英伦厅

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内容概况:

There will be a discussion with the parable from Mark, then showing how parables operate as poetic fictions, how parables can serve to generate new literary works and ways of thinking (as with the Butler), and then suggest a theoretical methodology (cognitive poetics) that works especially well to make sense of parables as a literary form.


主讲人概况:

Dr. Martin Ramey, member of Society of Biblical Literature and American Academy of Religion, works in the Department of Philosophy at Glendale College. At the undergraduate level, Lauri Ramey's courses include Introduction to Philosophy, Introduction to Old Testament, Introduction to New Testament, The Bible as Literature, Mythology and Literature, etc.

PUBLICATIONS

“Cognitive Blends and Pauline Metaphors in 1 Thessalonians.” Style, Volume 39, Number 2 (Northern  

Illinois University). Summer 2005, pp. 175-186.  

“Speaking in Tongues Deciphered: The Social Anthropology of the Pentecostal Movement.” Imperium Journal of Postcolonial Studies, Ed. Bala Chandramohan and Ian Spring. Volume 4, 2004  

“‘Dragging in its Rear the Bible’: The ‘Lost Cause’ and the Status of African Americans Before and After the American Civil War.” Humanitas: The Journal of the George Bell Institute (Queen’s College, Birmingham, UK), Volume 5, Number 1, October 2003, 42-72.



Lauri Ramey is Professor of English, founding Director of the Presidentially Chartered Center for Contemporary Poetry and Poetics, and faculty adviser of Statement Magazine of Literature and the Arts. At the undergraduate and graduate levels, Lauri Ramey's courses include International Modernism, Modern Poetry, Contemporary Poetry, Poetry as Difference, The African American Poetic Tradition, African Diasporic Poetics of Space, The Bible as Literature, Writing Poetry, Writing Creative Nonfiction, Music and Literature, Black British Literature and Culture, Documentary Poetics, and Literary Magazine Editing and Publication. Lauri Ramey's main interests in research and student supervision are lyric poetry and poetics, experimental and formally innovative literature, inter-media and cross-genre art, art as a social and political force, canon formation and marginalization, poetry of the African diaspora, ethnic poetry, creative writing and creative writing pedagogy, modern and contemporary literature and culture, and the intersection of creative and critical writing and thought.




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