Entanglements: Rae Armantrout & the Poetry of Physics

April 13, 2017


Entanglements: Rae Armantrout & the Poetry of Physics
April 13, 6pm
Atkinson Hall Auditorium
UC San Diego
Free to the public
 
One of the favorite subjects of Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Rae Armantrout (Professor Emerita, UCSD) is physics--from the big ideas of cosmology to the infinitesimally small wonders of the quantum world. To celebrate the publication of Entanglements, a chapbook selection of her science-minded poems, Brian Keating (Astrophysics, UCSD) and the Clarke Center are hosting an evening with Rae Armantrout, who will read selections and discuss the creative process behind her work. Keating, along with Brandon Som (Creative Writing, UCSD) and Amelia Glaser (Literature, UCSD), will join her in a conversation about how these poems mix the personal with the scientific and speculative, the process of interdisciplinary creativity, and what her poetic engagement with physics can teach those working in the physical sciences.
 
Parking:
 
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Questions? Contact us at info@imagination.ucsd.edu or 858.534.6875