Environmental Humanities Reading Group: Nature Poetry Revisited

The Environmental Humanities Reading Group will be reading sections from Alice Oswald’s book-length poem Dart, which maps the flow of the river Dart in Devon and the lives it touches. To help us make sense of the poem we are also reading Peter Howarth’s article “‘Water’s Soliloquy’: Soundscape and Environment in Alice Oswald’s Dart.”

We will meet on Sunday the 28th of April, from 19:00 to 21:00 , place to be announced later.

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