Revising the Divine [Elizabeth Austen]
All Levels | Whether or not we are believers, the ways God/the divine is rendered in language and image shapes us in profound but often hidden ways. We’ll give close readings to the work of poets who re-imagine and re-word the divine—including Lucille Clifton, Marie Howe and Tim Seibles—and follow their lead to imagine our way toward a post-patriarchal language of the divine. Bring copies of a poem (not your own) related to the divine—one that inspires or repels you.
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