» Nonsite Author: Oren Izenberg
January 25th, 2017
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Three Texts by Allen Grossman
By (UCI)

These three texts are a small part of a significant body of unpublished and uncollected work by the poet and critic Allen Grossman.

December 1st, 2011
Issue #4: No Quarrel (Part 2)
By (UCI)

Part 2 of our “No Quarrel” feature on literature and philosophy. Edited by Oren Izenberg and Rob Chodat.

December 1st, 2011
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Confiance au Monde; or, The Poetry of Ease
By (UCI)

Just as “confidence” is hope cut free from its surrounding dangers, so too a “reminder” is an invitation cut free from a discursive environment of argument and persuasion. It is a performance of knowledge that causes anxiety to lapse, that opens our eyes to the obvious without insisting upon it. Or to put the point slightly differently, the idea of a reminder is the idea of a poetry of ease.

October 14th, 2011
Issue #3: No Quarrel (Part 1)
By (UCI)

This issue of nonsite presents a conversation between literary scholars and philosophers, revisiting the ancient quarrel between literature and philosophy in a modern disciplinary context. Edited by Oren Izenberg and Rob Chodat.

September 22nd, 2011
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Being Numerous
By (UCI), (Case Western Reserve University), , (UC Irvine), (University of Cambridge), (Pomona College) and (UC Berkeley)

Welcome to the opening of the Tank, into which we drop a published work or a work-in-progress (or some piece of one or the other) and see what happens when the water starts churning. In our first installment, Oren Izenberg steps into the water.

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