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Bob Perelman

Professor of English

Fisher-Bennett Hall 317
215-898-7055

Office Hours

fall 2014

TR 10:30-12:00 and by appt.

Bob Perelman has published over 15 volumes of poetry, most recently The Future of Memory (Roof Books) and Ten to One: Selected Poems (Wesleyan University Press). His critical work focuses on poetry and modernism. His critical books are The Marginalization of Poetry: Language Writing and Literary History (Princeton University Press) and The Trouble with Genius: Reading Pound, Joyce, Stein, and Zukofsky (University of California Press). He has edited Writing/Talks (Southern Illinois University Press), a collection of talks by poets.

Courses Taught

spring 2015

ENGL 113.301 Poetry Workshop

fall 2014

ENGL 040.301 From GOD to NATURE

spring 2014

ENGL 054.401 Sounding Poetry

fall 2013

spring 2012

ENGL 088.001 American Poetry

fall 2011

spring 2011

ENGL 088.001 American Poetry

fall 2010

ENGL 269.301 Poetry, Music, Sound

spring 2010

fall 2009

ENGL 088.001 Modern American Poetry
ENGL 259.301 Pound and Eliot

spring 2009

ENGL 269.301 Poetry, Music, Sound

spring 2008

fall 2007

ENGL 016.305 American Poetry

spring 2007

spring 2006

spring 2005

fall 2004

ENGL 795.401 History of Poetics

spring 2004

fall 2003

ENGL 773.401 Modernism:

spring 2002

ENGL 601.301 Proseminar

spring 2001

fall 2000

ENGL 210.401 Modernism

spring 2000

fall 1999

ENGL 790.301 Literary Forgeries

spring 1999

ENGL 104.401 The Twentieth Century
ENGL 270.301 Poetry and Poetics

fall 1998

ENGL 589.301 History of Poetics

spring 1997

ENGL 284.401 American Modernism

fall 1996

fall 1995

spring 1995