On 18 March 2017, CPCT hosted a workshop on Neurosis, Poetry, and the Present, organised by Daniel Katz (Warwick) and Benjamin Noys (Chichester). Presentations from the workshop are now published here—links below.
Introduction — Professor Benjamin Noys (Chichester)
Professor Emma Mason (Warwick), “Critical Vulnerability and the Weakness of Poetry”
Professor Daniel Katz (Warwick), “Real Ruins: Modernist Neurosis, Impersonal Politics”
Dr. Natalia Cecire (Sussex), “The Cell, the Shell, and the Death Drive: Marianne Moore and the Open Secrets of the Natural World”
Professor Benjamin Noys (Chichester), “The Cosmogony of Revolution: Diane di Prima’s Revolutionary Letters and Anti-Neurosis”