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Harriet Tarlo, 'Tamed landscapes, wild cultivars: writing poetry in 2021'

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Harriet Tarlo (Sheffield Hallam) 'Tamed landscapes, wild cultivars: writing poetry in 2021'

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UCD Environmental Humanities is delighted to present a talk by poet and academic Harriet Tarlo (Sheffield Hallam University), titled 'Tamed landscapes, wild cultivars: writing poetry in 2021'.

Thursday 4 June, 4pm.

Harriet Tarlo

The first volume of Harriet Tarlo’s Cut Flowers series is just out with Guillemot Press in 2021. Her other single author poetry publications are with Shearsman Press and Etruscan books and her artists’ books with Judith Tucker are with Wild Pansy Press. She edited The Ground Aslant: An Anthology of Radical Landscape Poetry (Shearsman, 2011) and special features on women and ecopoetics for How2 Vol 3:2 (2008), on ecopoetics for Plumwood Mountain Vol 4:1 (2017) and Cross Multi Inter Trans on cross-disciplinary environmental art for Green Letters Vol 23:3 (2019). She is the author of numerous academic essays on poetics, place and environment, including recent joint essays with Judith Tucker on walking, landscape and collaboration in special features of Sociologia Ruralis and Critical Survey. She is Professor of Ecopoetry and Poetics at Sheffield Hallam University.

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This talk will take place at 4pm Irish Standard Time, which translates to 11am Eastern Standard (US Time). Ticket sales will close at 12pm Dublin time on the 4th and links will be sent out twice, on 2nd June and on 4th June, two hours before the event.

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We gratefully acknowledge the support of UCD College of Arts and Humanities Funding for Research Activity for 2021.

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