Prof. Loss Glazier, PROCEDURAL POETICS, SPRING 2001 , Weds 12:30-15:10, 232 CFA Office hours: Fridays 11-1 or by appointment http://epc.buffalo.edu/procedural/)

COURSE OUTLINE, 1-31-01 (Subject to change*)

Jan. 17 INTRODUCTION.

Jan. 24 INTRODUCTION. "Between the Academy & a Hard Drive" (http://epc.buffalo.edu/authors/glazier/essays/academy/)

"Lit[art]ure--Something Old, Something New" (http://www.heelstone.com/meridian/rtable4.html)

Jan. 31 CAGE. "Indeterminacy" by John Cage (http://www.lcdf.org/indeterminacy/). Oral (Jonathan Minton): procedure.

Feb. 7 CAGE EW 1-97. Oral (Leslie Graff): Essays: http://www.music.princeton.edu/~jwp/texts/bookintro.html and http://www.cornermag.org/corner03/david_bernstein/bernstein01.htm.

Feb. 14 CAGE EW 98-187. Oral (On-Ook Oh): "The Music of Verbal Space: John Cage's 'What You Say'" by Marjorie Perloff (http://epc.buffalo.edu/authors/perloff/cage.html) and John Cage, "What You Say" (#2 at http://www.ubu.com/feature/sound/feature_cage.html)

Feb. 21 MAC LOW PRESENTATIONS. 3 Orals on Mac Low procedures/poems: (Patrick Durgin on Mac Low's "Daily Life" method; Barbara Cole on Words N Ends for Ez/Bloomsday; and ___)

FEB 28 - NO CLASS: ATTEND E-POETRY 2001 IN APRIL INSTEAD

====== March 7 SPRING BREAK 3/5-3/9 ======

March 14 PROPOSALS FOR FINAL PROJECTS + ORAL 2 -- to be scheduled

March 21 MAC LOW. Oral: George Hartley, "'Listen' & 'Relate': Notes Towards a Reading of Jackson Mac Low" http://epc.buffalo.edu/authors/hartley/maclow/maclow.html (Ramona Santamaria)

March 28 OULIPO. Orals: Oulipo introduction (Maria Chenevert), Oulipo procedures (John Long), Oulipo web (Adam Caccamise).

April 4 OULIPO. Oral (___):

April 11 HARTMAN. Oral (___): / FRENCH PRACTICE. Oral (Rebecca Riche):

April 18 - NO CLASS: ATTEND E-POETRY 2001 INSTEAD

======> E-POETRY 2001: Weds. April 18, 4-5pm CFA; Thurs.-Sat., April 19-21 9-5pm at Marriott; 7:30-9pm at TBA. See http://epc.buffalo.edu/e-poetry/2001/ for details.

April 25 LAST CLASS - FINAL PROJECT PRESENTATIONS

*Note: PLEASE CHECK YOUR E-MAIL the night before & the morning of class each week!

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