Poetry slam

Poetry slam Poetry slam beskrives ofte som poesiens kampsport. Et ‘slam’ er en konkurrencebaseret, tidsbegrænset performance af digte. Konkurrencen bedømmes oftest af tilfældigt udvalgte publikummer, og slams finder typisk sted på barer eller i værtshuslignende omgivelser og involverer en række benspænd: Slammeren skal selv have skrevet sin tekst, teksten er skrevet på forhånd, og det […]

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Smith, Marc Kelly & Eleveld, Mark (red.) (2003). The Spoken Word Revolution: Slam, Hip-Hop and the Poetry of a New Generation. Naperville, IL: Sourcebooks MediaFusion

Somers-Willett, Susan B.A. (2009). The Cultural Politics of Slam Poetry: Race, Identity, and the Performance of Popular Verse in America. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press

Reference

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Blitefield, Jerry (2004). “Populist Poetry or Rantum-Scantum? The Civil Disobedients of Poetry Slams.” I: Hauser, Gerard A. & Grim, Amy (red.). Rhetorical Democracy: Discursive Practices of Civic Engagement. Mahwah, N.J., Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, s. 107-113

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Gioia, Dana (2003). “Disappearing Ink: Poetry at the End of Print Culture.” The Hudson Review, 56, s. 21-49

Gregory, Helen (2009). Texts in Performance: Identity, Interaction and Influence in U.K. and U.S. Poetry Slam Discourses. Exeter: Sociologi, University of Exeter. Ph.d.-afhandling

Schweppenhäuser, Jakob & Pedersen, Bigitte Stougaard (2017). “Performing poetry slam and listening closely to slam poetry.” SoundEffects - An Interdisciplinary Journal of Sound and Sound Experience, 7 (1), s. 63-83

Smith, Marc Kelly & Eleveld, Mark (red.) (2003). The Spoken Word Revolution: Slam, Hip-Hop and the Poetry of a New Generation. Naperville, IL: Sourcebooks MediaFusion

Somers-Willett, Susan B.A. (2009). The Cultural Politics of Slam Poetry: Race, Identity, and the Performance of Popular Verse in America. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press