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Josephine Miles, teaching poet

Josephine Miles

Josephine Miles, teaching poet

an oral biography

by Josephine Miles

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Published by Acacia Books in Berkeley, CA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • California,
  • Berkeley
    • Subjects:
    • Miles, Josephine, 1911-,
    • Poets, American -- 20th century -- Biography.,
    • College teachers -- California -- Berkeley -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesTeaching poet.
      Statementedited by Marjorie Larney from interviews by Ruth Teiser & Catherine Harroun.
      ContributionsLarney, Marjorie., Teiser, Ruth., Harroun, Catherine.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPS3525.I4835 Z465 1993
      The Physical Object
      Pagination88 p. :
      Number of Pages88
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1755453M
      LC Control Number92097490
      OCLC/WorldCa28664546


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When I first found Josephine Miles (), she was a poet. When I found her for a second time, she was a compositionist.

I was struck by her ability to seamlessly work as a poet, critic, and compositionist, but also the way in which she allowed all those things to bleed into one another in order to amplify and deepen her own intellectual inquiries.

Josephine Miles (J - ) was an American poet and academic. She was the 1st woman to gain academic tenure in the English Department at the University of California, Berkeley. She wrote over a dozen books of poetry and several works of criticism. Born in Chicago inMiles moved around a lot with her family, eventually relocating to Southern California.

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Miles was a poet and an English professor at Berkeley. In the s, as a graduate student at Berkeley, she completed her first distant reading. Creatively focused on teaching, analyzing language, and writing poetry, she faced life with equanimity and discipline.

Miles received her doctorate from UC Berkeley in and joined the English Department faculty, seven years later, after publishing three books of poetry and another three of literary criticism. In addition to her many volumes of poetry, Josephine Miles wrote more than a dozen books developing her theories of poetry and applying these theories to particular poets and eras.

Miles never married, devoting her life to teaching, research, and poetry; during her years at Berkeley, she published more than two dozen books in addition to.

Josephine Miles was born in Chicago but spent most of her life in California. Not only a skilled poet, Miles was also a brilliant scholar; she spent her career teaching at the University of California, Berkeley, and was the first woman to be awarded tenure.

Josephine Miles (J – ) was an American poet and literary critic; the first woman to be tenured in the English Department at the University of California, Berkeley.

She wrote over a dozen books of poetry and several works of criticism. Born in Chicago inher family moved when she was young to Southern California. Noted poet, literary scholar and teacher. Member of the faculty of the Dept. of English at the University of California, Berkeley, From the description of Josephine Miles papers, The Quick: Ruth Forman is the author of the board books Curls and Glow (Simon & Schuster, & ).

She is an award-winning author of the poetry collections Prayers Like Shoes (Whit, ), Renaissance (Beacon, ), and We Are the Young Magicians (Beacon, ) as well as the children’s book Young Cornrows Callin Out the Moon (Children’s Book Press, ). A list of poems by Josephine Miles Although born in Chicago, Illinois, on JJosephine Miles spent most of her life in California - The Academy of American Poets is the largest membership-based nonprofit organization fostering an appreciation for contemporary poetry and supporting American poets.

Josephine Miles, who, at the end of her teaching days, was so frail she was carried to class by students, is an unsung poet worth learning about, added Tollefson. Miles, who died inwas the first woman professor in the English department.

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Publication. Books The Hudson Review The Nation The. By Josephine Miles. When with the skin you do acknowledge drought, The dry in the voice, the lightness of feet, the fine Not only a skilled poet, Miles was also a brilliant scholar; she spent her career teaching at the University of California, Berkeley, and was the.

One of her students--A. Ammons--won the National Book Award. Miles was the author of two dozen volumes of verse, including a “Collected Poems” (University of Illinois), and of various. His many other honors include the American Book Award, the PEN Oakland Josephine Miles Award, the Chicano Literary Prize, and finalist for state poet laureate of California.

Alarcón was also the author of several poetry collections for adults and textbooks for teaching Spanish. By Josephine Miles. All our roads go nowhere.

Maps are curled To keep the pavement definitely On the world. Not only a skilled poet, Miles was also a brilliant scholar; she spent her career teaching at the University of California, Berkeley, and was the first woman to earn tenure in the English Department.

The Teaching Archive shows us a series of major literary thinkers in a place we seldom remember them inhabiting: the classroom.

Rachel Sagner Buurma and Laura Heffernan open up “the teaching archive”—the syllabuses, course descriptions, lecture notes, and class assignments—of critics and scholars including T. Eliot, Caroline Spurgeon, I.

Richards, Edith Rickert, J. Saunders. Series 1:Correspondence,n.d. Josephine Miles Papers BANC MSS 86/ c 5 box 1, folder 20 Baker, Laura Nelson, box 1, folder 21 Ball, Albert box 1, folder 22 Barish, Jonas A. box 1, folder 23 Basic Books 5 box 1, folder 24 Bay Area Book Reviewers Association box 1, folder 25 Beacon Press box 1, folder 26 Beloit Poetry Journal On April 5, widow Josephine L.

Miles (age 57) and her daughter Josephine L. Miles (age 28) lived at Keniston Avenue, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California. Five years earlier they were living in Oakland, California. The occupation of the younger Josephine was research work in.

MK Chavez is a poet, writer, educator and co-director of the Berkeley Poetry Festival. She is the award winning author of Metamorphosis, Dear Animal and Virgin Eyes. She is the recipient of an Alameda County Arts Leadership Award and the PEN Oakland Josephine Miles Award. The Quick: Ruth Forman is the author of the forthcoming board books Curls and Glow (Simon & Schuster, & ).

She is an award-winning author of the poetry collections Prayers Like Shoes (Whit, ), Renaissance (Beacon, ), and We Are the Young Magicians (Beacon, ) as well as the children’s book Young Cornrows Callin Out the Moon (Children’s Book Press, ).

* Luis Rodriguez, winner of a PEN Josephine Miles Literary Award, who has published eight books of poetry and is known for a memoir on gang life, "Always Running: La Vida Loca, Gang Days in L.A." He reads on March 6.