Transcreating Concrete Poetry

Concrete poetry offers particular challenges to literary translators, or perhaps it is more accurate to say that concrete poetry accentuates challenges that are shared to a lesser degree with other types of literary translation. While often considered a late modernist phenomenon, concrete poetry has a long pedigree, stretching back to ancient Greece and China. ‘Syrinx’ […]

Scottish Studies Profile: Professor John Corbett

In 2007 it is my privilege to be chairman of the Scottish Literature Discussion Group of the Modern Language Association of America. The Discussion Group committee is a small, enthusiastic band of four MLA members with an active research interest in Scottish Studies. We serve for four years on the committee and during our brief lifespan as […]


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