Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Peter Dizozza presents: Eye on the Space Race

Peter will perform "Milton in Outer Space" (see Emanations: Chorus Pleiades) to open his August 4th Cabaret Show at Pangea. The show is called Eye on the Space Race, next Sunday at 7. New York City. 

Please click HERE for tickets.


Saturday, July 27, 2019

Ebi Robert receives awards in Nigeria

Emanations contributor Ebi Robert has received a national award for contributing to the poetry renaissance in Nigeria, and a Certificate of Appreciation from the President of Poets In Nigeria.

The Award of Recognition was presented to Mr. Robert for the establishing the Poets In Nigeria Yenagoa Connect Centre, which is key to advancing a poetry renaissance in Nigeria.

The Certificate of Appreciation was presented for the successful hosting of the Nigerian Students Poetry Prize, 2019 in Bayelsa State, as Secretary of the Local Organizing Committee. 

These awards came just after Mr. Robert received the award of Human Rights Defender by the Legal Aid Council of Nigeria, and the Distinguished Service Award from Educare as a jury member of the Essay Competition in commemoration of World Peace Day.
















































Ebi Robert is a poet, playwright and short story writer. He is a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria. He was a Research Assistant with the Federal High Court, Nigeria. He currently works as a Co-Editor with The Nigeria Lawyer (TNL), and serves as the General-Secretary of the Association of Nigerian Authors, and Lead-Rep of Poets In Nigeria, Yenagoa Connect Centre. He is also the An Administrator of World Poet Institute, Bayelsa State Chapter. Ebi Robert is a member of the International Authors Board of Editorial Advisors.

Saturday, July 20, 2019

Coming soon...

Next month, there is a new book from William Weiss, who collaborated with Gareth Jackson on Escape Trajectories.

The new book--68 Cantos--is a carefully edited "cut-up" that William Weiss made with two of Michael Butterworth's science fiction novels, published some decades ago. The resulting production reads like a novel--a very strange novel. It is more properly characterized as a prose poem. It is very well done, and it should be available the first week of August.

Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Confirmation from Professor Aronnax















Hard to make out?  Click HERE for a larger version.

Monday, July 15, 2019

Questions in Ethics

1. The film A Clockwork Orange presents us with difficult questions concerning freedom of choice, the politics of social control, the nature of justice, and the nature of good and evil. Describe how the film presents these themes, and resolve your understanding by reflecting upon them in a clear and organized fashion. As the film shows, these issues are shot through with paradox, contradiction and irony. Can we hope to come to some sort of conclusion about them?

2. Technocracy and moral philosophy: consider the relationship between normative ethics (or prescriptive moral philosophy) and technocracy.  With this relationship in mind, explain how analytic philosophy (or meta-ethics) critiques moral philosophy.


Sunday, July 14, 2019

Dr. Jones Denied Tenure














Please click HERE to view the memorandum from the department chairman.

Saturday, July 13, 2019