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.
in 2012 Global Haiku Tradition
Guide for Spring 2012
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
Millikin students, Elise Scannell of Jerseyville, and Conner Kerrigan of Frankfort, had haiku accepted for publication in the July 2012 issue of Prune Juice Journal of Senryu & Kyoka. Prune Juice is co-edited by Liam Wilkinson of Yorkshire, England and Bruce Boynton of Fairfax, Virginia.
Courtney Gerk of Tinley Park, had a haiku accepted for publication in the September 2012 issue of A Hundred Gourds: A Quarterly Journal Featuring Haiku, Tanka, Haiga, Haibun & Renku, edited by Lorin Ford of Brunswick, Victoria in Australia.
Students, Adam Blakey of Decatur, Courtney Gerk, Jessica Claussen of Grant Park, Lindsay Quick of Mattoon, and Moli Copple of El Paso had haiku accepted for publication in the February 2013 issue of Bottle Rockets, edited by Stanford Forrester in Windsor, Connecticut.
Students Jessica Claussen; Sendin Bajric of Arnold, Missouri; and Stephanie Davis of Mahomet, Illinois had haiku accepted for publication in Kokako issue 17 edited by Patricia Prime in Auckland, New Zealand.
Haiku Editing Sessions
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Kukai Favorite Selections
Kukai 1 • Kukai 1 favorites
Memoir Haibun 1
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Tan-Renga • Tan-Renga favorites
Mad Verse Renku
Spring Break Kukai • Favorites
Kukai 5 • Kukai 5 Favorites
Final Kukai • Favorites