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Tenney Nathanson

Professor of English
Director of the Graduate Literature Program
Director of Graduate Studies for the Dept. of English

ML 445G

520-621-1091

nathanso@email.arizona.edu

Office Hours Spring 2014:
Tuesdays & Thursdays 2-3, and by appointment

coming up:

Graduate Literature:

April 3-5

Arizona Quarterly Annual Symposium

 

TN:

This Sunday afternoon (4 pm), March 16, I'll be reading at the Tucson Festival of Books along with several other Chax Press authors

I'll be giving a poetry reading (and possibly a poetics talk) on Saturday, April 5, at the Arizona Quarterly Annual Symposium

 

POG:

March 15: poets giovanni singleton and HR Hegnauer

see:

POG's schedule for Spring 2014

 

Desert Rain Zen:

Sunday, March 16, at Little Chapel: weekly sit, 3:30-5:00
monthly Sutra Service

 

 

about me:

I specialize in American Poetry and regularly teach courses in Nineteenth-Century American Poetry (488a), American Modernist Poetry (488b), and Contemporary American Poetry (489a). I also teach Literary Analysis (380) on a regular basis. On the graduate level, I alternate between period courses in American poetry and a methods course, Close Reading: Poetry (596l). I'm a poet as well as a scholar of American poetry; I sometimes supervise students in the MFA program. I'm a co-founder and current board member of the Tucson poetry collective POG. Outside the realm of literature (sort of) I'm the resident teacher for Tucson's Desert Rain Zen, a koan-based Zen group that's part of the Open Source.

 

 

 

this page last modified March 14, 2014