200 word response to a creative writing / poetry post

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1. Develop a response thesis (one focused point) that is based off of something in the below discussion post.

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2. The response viewpoint will need to demonstrate my understanding of the below listed post.

As such you will focus your response on doing one of the following:

Summarize what you learned from their post and what it might mean for you in your education about arts in health.
Creative writing can be an inventive and appealingly bold vehicle that can socially culturally and political transformative.
Reference that I plan to integrate poetry and written word as a medium into my practice strategies for art in health engagement.

3. Compare something they said to a contrasting thought that their post stimulated for you.
Use below as a reference to what moved me as a person of color… Resiliency of it all!
In Dungy’s words, “Despite the hardships visited upon African Americans and the natural world they live in, hope and potential for renewal, regeneration, and positive growth spring eternally” (p. xxiv).

4. Discuss how you relate to what they wrote including why, and what that could mean for you in your arts in health journey.

As a person of color my analysis should be provided with both respect and appreciation for your cognizance and recognition of the poster
Reference my personal experience of racism (being left out) as was the case with black poetry
Extract one thing that was particularly interesting about what they wrote and deepen the conversation about that one thing.

Examining of the contemporary function of connectedness through creative expression in practice. The post demonstrating empathy, understanding and being understood (including the possibility of inter-species empathy).

 

 

 

This is the post below:
This is the Post being evaluated/ needing to be responded to:

African American nature poetry is one tradition left out of Daisy Fancourt’s synthesis. The anthology Black Nature: Four Centuries of African American Nature Poetry, edited by Camille Dungy, helps to provide a sampling of this rich and varied tradition. Camille Dungy’s anthology of 93 poets and 180 poems is a useful reference for understanding this tradition. As noted in the book’s introduction, the diasporic tradition of Black writers is distinct from the Western intellectual canon’s pastoral tradition of nature poetry (p.xxi). Dungy has organized the text into ten cycles with a range of recurring motifs. What emerges across these cycles is a central, overarching theme: In Dungy’s words, “Despite the hardships visited upon African Americans and the natural world they live in, Each of Dungy’s three poems is connected to arts in health in different ways: The first poem dwells in place, thinking about bodies and their interconnectedness; the poem facilitates connection. The second poem is a meditation on empathy, understanding and being understood (including the possibility of inter-species empathy). The third poem is written in honor of healthcare practitioners and scientists—a way of commemorating the work of tending to health.

(p. xxiv). The tradition that Camille Dungy anthologizes can be linked to griot storytellers who continue to be the keepers of history, mediators, and cultural guides (Sunwolf, 1999). (See Alexis’s excellent post above!)

 

Listen to three poems from Camille Dungy (Links to an external site.) recorded last year (in my hometown of Fort Collins, Colorado).

Each of Dungy’s three poems is connected to arts in health in different ways: The first poem dwells in place, thinking about bodies and their interconnectedness; the poem facilitates connection. The second poem is a meditation on empathy, understanding and being understood (including the possibility of inter-species empathy). The third poem is written in honor of healthcare practitioners and scientists—a way of commemorating the work of tending to health.

References

Dungy, C. (Ed.) (2009). Black nature: Four centuries of African American nature poetry. U of Georgia Press.

Fancourt, D. (2017). A history of the use of arts in health. In Arts in health: Designing and researching interventions. (pp. 3-22). Oxford University Press.

Sunwolf. (1999). The pedagogical and persuasive effects of Native American Lesson Stories, SufiŽwisdom tales, and African dilemma tales. The Howard Journal of Communications, 10:47–71 .doi. 10.1080/106461799246898

Edited by Janelle Adsit on Jan 29 at 12:48am

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