Millikin University Course

Global Haiku Tradition
Spring 2008 • Dr. Randy Brooks

 

morning sunshine
bare feet
undereneath the covers

 

by Nicole Zabrinas


 

standing together
full moon shining
on a black lake

 

by Lauren Robertson


Matching Haiku Contests

Matching Contest Snow 1
Matching Contest Snow 1 - Results

Matching Contest Snow 2
Matching Contest Snow 2 - Results

Matching Contest Love 3
Matching Contest Love 3 - Results

Matching Contest Bashô Responses 4
Matching Contest 4 - Results

Matching Contest Photo Reponses 5
- Results

Matching Contest 6 Spring Break 1
- Results

Matching Contest 7 Spring Break 2
- Results

Matching Contest 8
Matching Contest 8 Results


Haibun & Haiku Stories

Haiku Response Stories 1Responses 1

1 Haibun Kukaifavorites

1 HaiGoonfavorites


Haiku Comparisons

Milliku

Haiku & Photography

Haiku & Magazine Ads

Advanced Studies in Poetry:
Global Haiku Traditions

Course Description

IN203, Honors Seminar: Global Haiku Traditions examines the origins and spread of Japanese poetics from Japan around the world, with a special focus on the adaptation of haiku into other cultures and languages.

Students in 2008 Global Haiku Tradition

Assignments Guide for Spring 2008

A special feature of the spring course was that students conducted interviews by e-mail with leading contemporary haiku poets. We studied the history of haiku and related poetics in Japan, and then examined the contemporary internalization of haiku in various international cultures.


Hiku Editing Sessions

Haiku to Edit 1Haiku to 1 Edit Results

Haiku to Edit 2 Group Edits

Haiku to Edit 3Haiku to Edit 3 Edited

Haiku to Edit 3 Kukai


Kukai Favorite Selections

Kukai 1Kukai 1 favorites

Kukai 2 Kukai 2 favorites

Kukai 3 (Snow Haiku)

Kukai 3 Matches & Commentary

Kukai 4Kukai 4 favorites

Kukai 5 Kukai 5 favorites

Dream Haiku & favorites

Haiga Kukai & favorites

You-Tube Kukaifavorites

Brooks-ku Kukai & favorites

1 Tan Rengafavorite caps

1 Rengayfavorites

RaNdomNess, a Kasen-Renga

A Typical Day, a Kasen-Renga

Tainted Sugar, a Kasen-Renga

Final Kukaifavorites


Honors Seminar: Global Haiku Traditions Students
Millikin University • Spring 2008

AlyssaThompson

AmandaAukerman

AndrewJones

AubrieCox

BrettCoffman

Alyssa Thompson

Amanda Aukerman

Andy Jones

Aubrie Cox

Brett Coffman

DanielFishel

EliseWildman

ErinKnott

JasonChmiel

JessicaVillarreal

Daniel Fishel

Elise Wildman

Erin Knott

Jason Chmiel

Jessica Villarreal

KerstenHaile

LindsayScully

MatthewChmiel

MichelleDixson

NicholasChivers

Kersten Haile

Lindsay Scully

Matt Chmiel

Michelle Dixson

Nick Chivers

  NicoleZabrinas PatThacker PatThacker  

 

Nicole Zabrinas

Pat Thacker

Gordon Gilmore

 


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