Julie Carr's creative work involves the writing of poetry, essays, and nonfiction prose. Her research includes the study of American poetry and poetics, British 19th century poetry and poetics, and the relationships between poetry and politics, poetry and feminism, and poetry and social change more broadly. Her teaching includes poetry, poetics, inter-media art, performance, feminism, and 19th century literature, especially of the Victorian period.
poetry, poetics, translation, inter-media art, feminism, affect theory, american literature, U.S. history/politics, british literature, intermedia arts
DNCE 5909 - Special Topics
Explores topics and research in relation to areas such as technology, environment, teaching methods, performance, world dance, arts in society, and/or criticism that the normal sequence of offerings may not allow. May be repeated up to 7 total credit hours.Same as DNCE 2909 and DNCE 4909.
ENGL 5229 - Poetry Workshop
Designed to give students time and impetus to generate poetry and discussion of it in an atmosphere at once supportive and critically serious. Enrollment requires admission to the Creative Writing Graduate Program or the instructor's approval of an application manuscript. May be repeated up to 12 total credit hours.
ENGL 5279 - Studies in Poetry
Addresses contemporary poetry, and/or literary works important for contemporary poetry. May be repeated up to 6 total credit hours.