Blast Course: “How to Read Poetry”

BLAST COURSES IN THE HUMANITIES (from AGHI on Hopkins@Home)

Course Title“How To Read Poetry"

Dates: Mondays/Thursdays from July 13th through August 14th (5 weeks)

Class Type: 1 lecture + 1 live discussion meeting (Zoom) per week

Course Description: “How to Read Poetry” is a five-week long, entry-level course designed to enrich your understanding of poetry by providing you with practical tools for reading. Through lectures on sound, image, language, and genre, you will learn what poetry is made of, and discover, along the way, poets of various national and historical traditions, from Shakespeare to Claudia Rankine.

Instructor: Joel Childers, English (he/him)

Open to the public

 Event Date
Starts:
Monday, July 13, 2020
1:00pm

Ends:
Friday, August 14, 2020

 Contact
Alexander Grass Humanities Institute
AGHI@jhu.edu

Status message

This class is now full. Please email AGHI@jhu.edu with your name and the title of this class if you would like to be added to the waitlist. In the meantime, please check out our other Blast Course offerings.