Archive December 15, 2016 firstname.lastname@example.org Ben Etherington: ‘The Liquid Negro Language of the South’: Claude McKay’s Exemplary Doggerel This paper was presented in the panel ‘Orality and Writing’ at the Historical Poetics symposium. AudioDate Recorded: 15 Dec 2016Duration: 29:38 https://www.westernsydney.edu.au/__data/assets/mp3_file/0003/1193781/Ben_Etherington.mp3 Related AuthorsBen Etheringtonis a Research Lecturer with the School of Humanities and Communication Arts and a member of the Writing & Society Research Centre at Western Sydney University. Related PostsA Poem: Historical Poetics and the Problem of ExemplarityDecember 13-15, 2016. The recent emergence of ‘historical poetics’ has challenged the old opposition of history and theory by focussing attention on the historicity of prosodic theories. Paul Magee: Composing a poem someone else wroteThis paper was presented in the panel ‘Orality and Writing’ at the Historical Poetics symposium. Ben Etherington: World Literature as an Ideal ConceptThe argument of this paper is that world literature is an ideal concept that yet awaits realisation. Sean Pryor: We Never Had Paris:Hope Mirlees and Modernist Poetics. This paper was presented in the panel ‘Orality and Writing’ at the Historical Poetics symposium.