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Strategic Dialogue through Poetic Improvisation

Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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Ali, Abbas.  Organizational development in the Arab world. Journal of Management Development, 1996, 15, 5, pp. 4 - 21. [abstract]

Ali, Abbas.  Islamic Perspectives on Management and Organization. Edward Elgar Publishing, 2005. [extracts]

Ali, Abbas.  Business and Management Environment in Saudi Arabia: challenges and opportunities for multinational corporations. Routledge, 2008. [extracts]

Ahad, Ali M.  Could Poetry Define Nationhood?. the case of Somali oral poetry and the nation. Journal of Historical and European Studies, 1, December 2007, pp. 51-57. [text]

Armistead, Samuel G.  Improvised Poetry in the Spanish Tradition. In: Samuel G. Armistead and Joseba Zulaika (Eds.). Voicing the Moment: improvised oral poetry and Basque tradition, 2005, pp 29-43.

Armistead, Samuel G. / Zulaika, Joseba  (Eds.).    Voicing the Moment: improvised oral poetry and Basque tradition. University of Nevada, Reno. Center for Basque Studies University of Nevada Press, 2005.

al-Musawi, Muhsin J.  Arabic Poetry Trajectories of Modernity and Tradition. Routledge, 2006.

Alexander, Christopher.  A Pattern Language. Oxford University Press, 1977. [summary]

Ashtiany, Julia / Latham, J. D.  (Ed.).    'Abbasid belles-lettres. Cambridge University Press, 1990. [extracts]

Aulestia, Gorka.  Improvisational Poetry from the Basque Country. Trans. by Lisa Corcostegui and Linda White. Reno, University of Nevada Press, 1995.

Ayish, Muhammed I.  Communication Research in the Arab World: a new perspective. The Public, 5, 1998, 1, pp. 33-57. [text]

Badawi, M. M.  'Abbasid Poetry and its Antecedents. In: Julia Ashtiany, J. D. Latham (Ed.). 'Abbasid belles-lettres. Cambridge University Press, 1990. [extracts]

Basu, Anindita / Cavallo, David.  Full-Contact Poetry: creating space for poetic collaboration. MIT Media Laboratory. [text]

Bauman, Richard.  Verbal Art as Performance. Waveland Press, 1984.

Bernstein, Charles  (Ed.).    The Politics of Poetic Form: poetry and public policy. Roof, 1990.

Bibby, Michael.  Hearts and Minds: poetry and resistance in the Vietnam Era. Rutgers University Press, 1996. [extracts]

Bonebakker, S. A.  Irtidjal. Encyclopedia of Islam, 2nd ed., vol. 4, Leiden, 1978, pp. 80-81.

Bradfield, Marsha / Mackay, Jem.  An Aesthetics of Matters of Concern. Critical Practice, 2008. [text]

Buswick, Ted / Morgan, Clare / Lange, Kirsten.  Poetry in the Boardroom: thinking beyond the facts. Journal of Business Strategy, 26, 1, 2005, pp. 34-40. [abstract]

Canary, Robert H.  Utopian and Fantastic Dualities in Robert Graves's Watch the North Wind Rise. Science Fiction Studies, 4, 1, 4, Fall 1974. [text]

Cantarino, Vicente.  Arabic Poetics in the Golden Age. Brill, 1975. [extracts]

Carroll, Andrew  (Ed.).    Operation Homecoming: Iraq, Afghanistan and the Home Front, in the Words of U.S. Troops and Their Families. Random House, 2006.

Carter, Jimmy.  Always a Reckoning. Times Books, 1995. [summary]

Carter, Jimmy.  From Politics to Poetics. 1995. [text]

Cayley, Emma.  Debating Culture in Europe (1300-1500). Centre for Medieval Studies, Univesity of Exeter. [project]

Cayley, Emma.  Debate and Dialogue: Alain Chartier in his cultural context. Oxford, Clarendon Press. 2006. [extracts]

Chapman, Carolyn.  Rhapsody for Peace: reconciliation in Transylvania. The World and I, November 2001. [abstract]

Chetri, Sami Shalom.  Palestine as poetry. Haaretz, 19 October 2006. [text]

Clark, Donald Lemen.  Rhetoric and Poetry in the Renaissance: a study of rhetorical terms in English Renaissance literary criticism. Kessinger Publishing, 2004.

Coll, Steve.  Restoring Poetry to Afghanistan. NPR, 24 January 2005. [text]

Critchlow, Keith.  Islamic Patterns: an analytical and cosmological approach. Inner Traditions, 1999.

Davidson, Lynn.  Beware: Do Not Read This Poem (Criticism). In: Poetry for Students, The Gale Group, 1999. [text]

De Guinzbourg, V. S. M.  Wit and Wisdom of the United Nations: proverbs and apothegms of diplomacy. United Nations, 1961.

Dundes, Alan / Leach, Jerry W. / Ozkok, Bora.  The Strategy of Turkish Boys' Verbal Dueling. In: Essays in Folkloristics. Ed. by Alan Dundes. Journal of American Folklore. 83, 1970, pp. 325-49.

Dunn, Peter / Leeson, Loraine.  The Aesthetics of Collaboration. Art Journal , March 1997. [abstract]

Dyer, Rebecca.  Poetry of Politics and Mourning: Mahmoud Darwish's genre-transforming tribute to Edward W. Said. PMLA, 122, 5, October 2007, pp. 1447-1462. [abstract]

Edwards, Lucy Morgan.  Afghans seize on poem to make sense of their world. The Scotsman, 8 October 2002. [text]

Egaña, Andoni.  The Process of Creating Improvised Bertsos. Oral Tradition, 22, 2, 2007. [text]

Elliot, C.  The Power of Satire: Magic, Ritual, Art. Princeton, NJ 1960.

Esterhammer, Angela.  Romanticism and Improvisation, 1750-1850. Cambridge University Press, 2008.

Feffer, John.  On Political Poetry. Foreign Policy In Focus, 17 August 2007. [text]

Fernandez, James W.  Playfulness and Planfulness: improvisation and revitalization in culture. In: Samuel G. Armistead and Joseba Zulaika (Eds.). Voicing the Moment: improvised oral poetry and Basque tradition, 2005, pp. 97-119.

Finnegan, Ruth H.  Oral Traditions and the Verbal Arts: a guide to research practices. Routledge, 1991.

Finnegan, Ruth H.  "Oral Tradition": Weasel Words or Transdisciplinary Door to Multiplexity? Oral Tradition 18, 1, 2003, pp. 84-86. [text]

Foley, John Miles.  Basque Oral Poetry Championship. Oral Tradition, 22, 2007, 2. [text]

Foley, John Miles.  How to Read an Oral Poem. University of Illinois Press, 2002. [text]

Foley, John Miles.  Comparative Oral Traditions. In: Samuel G. Armistead and Joseba Zulaika (Eds.). Voicing the Moment: improvised oral poetry and Basque tradition, 2005, pp. 65-82.

Futrelle, Joe.  Pentagon to Track American Poetry. NewsPoetry, 24 November 2002. [text]

Galvin, Rachel.  Of Poets, Prophets and Politics. Humanities, January/February 2002, 23, 1. [text]

Garrett, Mary M.  Wit, Power, and Oppositional Groups: a case study of "Pure Talk".Quarterly Journal of Speech, 79, 1993, 3.

Garrett, Mary M.  The "Three Doctrines Discussions" of Tang China: religious debate as a rhetorical strategy. Argumentation and Advocacy, 30, 3, Winter 1994, pp. 150-161. [text]

Glazner, Gary Mex  (Ed.).    Poetry Slam: the competitive art of performance poetry. Manic D Press, 2000.

Goldensohn, Lorrie.  Dismantling Glory: twentieth-century soldier poetry. Columbia University Press, 2003. [extracts]

Graves, Robert.  Watch the North Wind Rise (Seven Days in New Crete).London: Cassell, 1949. [summary]

Haydar, Adnan.  The Development of Lebanese Zajal: genre, meter and verbal duel. Oral Tradition, 4, 1-2, January, 1989. [text]

Helms, Eleanor D.  Language and Responsibility: the possibilities and problems of poetic thinking for environmental philosophy. Environmental Philosophy, 5, 2008, 1, pp. 23-36. [text]

Hill, John M. / Sinnreich-Levi, Deborah M. / Payne, Robert O.  The Rhetorical Poetics of the Middle Ages: reconstructive polyphony. Fairleigh Dickinson Univiversity Press, 2000.

Hogan, Patrick Colm.  Philosophical Approaches to the Study of Literature. University Press of Florida, 2000. [extracts]

Qutaiba, Ibn.  'Uyun al-akhbar. Cairo, 1964.

Rushd, Ibn  (Averroes).    Averroes' Commentary on Aristotle's Poetics. Princeton University Press, 1986.

Sina, Ibn  (Avicenna).    Avicenna's Commentary on the Poetics of Aristotle. Dahiyat.

Kao, John.  Jamming: the art and discipline of business. Collins Business, 1997.

Kertzer, Jonathan.  Poetic Argument: studies in modern poetry. McGill-Queen's Univeristy Press, 1989.

Khalili, Masood / Azoy, Whitney.  An Assembly of Moths: selected poems of Khalilullah Khalili. Delhi, 2004.

Kramer, Martin.  Arab Nationalism: mistaken identity. Daedalus, Summer 1993, pp. 171-206.. [text]

Kveselava, M.  Anthology of Georgian Poetry. The Minerva Group, Inc., 2002. [extracts]

Lykins, Chad.  The Practical and the Poetic: Heidegger and James on Truth. Chrestomathy: Annual Review of Undergraduate Research at the College of Charleston, 2, 2003, pp. 175-200. [text]

Majrouh, Sayd Bahodine.  Songs of Love and War: Afghan Women's Poetry. Other Press, 2003.

Marchant, Fred.  War Poets From Viet Nam. Humanities, March/April 1998, Volume 19/Number 2. [text]

McCumber, John.  Poetic Interaction: language, freedom, reason. University of Chicago Press, 1989.

McLane, Maureen N.  On the Use and Abuse of "Orality" for Art: reflections on romantic and late Twentieth-Century poiesis. Oral Tradition, 17, 1,March 2002. [text]

Monroe, James T.  Improvised Invective in Hispano-Arabic Poetry and Ibn Quzman's "Zajal 87" (When Blonde Meets Blone). In: Samuel G. Armistead and Joseba Zulaika (Eds.). Voicing the Moment: improvised oral poetry and Basque tradition, 2005, pp. 135-159.

Morice, Dave.  Poetry Poker: misfit improvisations on language. Teachers and Writers, 23, 4, March-April 1992, pp. 1-6, EJ441035. [abstract]

Mushakoji, Kinhide.  Global Issues and Interparadigmatic Dialogue. Torino, Albert Meynier, 1988.

Nasmyth, Peter.  Georgia: in the mountains of poetry. Routledge, 2006.

Neisser, Yvette.  The Dialogue of Poetry: Palestinian and Israeli poets writing through conflict and peace. Palestine-Israel Journal of Politics, Economics and Culture, 7, 1&2, 2000 (The Search for Regional Cooperation Culture). [text]

Newlyn, Lucy.  Coleridge, Wordsworth and the Language of Allusion. Oxford University Press, 2001. [extracts]

O'Laoire, Lillis.  The Right Words: Conflict and Resolution in an Oral Gaelic Song Text. Oral Tradition, 19, 2, October, 2004. [text]

Olson, David R.  From Utterance to Text: the bias of language in speech and writing. Harvard EducationalReview, 47, 1977, pp. 257-81.

Opland, Jeff.  Xhosa Poets and Poetry. David Philip Publishers, 1998.

Pellat, C.  Hayawan. Encyclopedia of Islam, Leiden, Brill, 1971.

Pratt, John Clark.  Poetry and Vietnam. In: Encyclopedia of the Vietnam War: A Political, Social and Military History, 1998. [text]

Rahm, Diana L.  Poetry of Conflict: Egypt, Israel and Palestine. Washington DC, Center for International Education, 2000, ERIC ED 451 113. [text]

Regaldi, Giuseppe / Milli, Giannina.  Poetic improvisation in the nineteenth century: The Modern Language Review, 101, July 2006, 3 pp. 701-715. [abstract]

Retortillo, Alfredo / Aierdi, Xabier.  A Sociological Study of Sung, Extempore Verse-Making in Basque. Oral Tradition, 22, 2, 2007, pp. 13-31. [text]

Ricchiuto, Jack.  Collaborative Creativity: unleashing the power of shared thinking. OakHill Press, 1996.

Rozoff, Rick.  Eurasian Crossroads: the Caucasus in US-NATO War Plans. April 2009. [text]

Robinson, Jeffrey C.  Romantic Poetry: the possibilities for improvisation. Wordsworth Circle, June 2007. [text]

Rosen, Stanley.  Plato's Republic: A Study. Yale University Press, 2005.

Rowlandson, William.  'Un mito es una imagen participada', Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, 87, 2, 2010. [text]

Rubinacci, R.  Political Poetry. In: Julia Ashtiany, J. D. Latham (Ed.). 'Abbasid belles-lettres. Cambridge University Press, 1990, pp. 181-201. [extracts]

Samet, Elizabeth D.  Soldier's Heart: reading literature through peace and war at West Point. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2007. [review]

Sbait, Dirgham H.  The Improvised-Sung Folk Poetry of the Palestinians. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Washington, 1982.

Sbait, Dirgham H.  Poetic and Musical Structure in the Improvised-Sung Colloquial Qasidih of the Palestinians. al-'Arabiyya, 19, 1986, pp. 75-108..

Sbait, Dirgham H.  Palestinian Improvised-Sung Poetry: the genres of hida and aarradi -- performance and transmission. Oral Tradition 4, 1989, 1-2, pp. 213-235..

Sbait, Dirgham H.  Debate in the Improvised-Sung poetry of the Palestinians. Asian Folklore Studies, 1993, 52, 1, pp. 93-117. [text]

Sbait, Dirgham H.  Palestinian Wedding Songs.' Garland Encyclopedia of World Music, The Middle East, VI, 2002, pp. 579-592..

Shore, Bradd.  Culture in Mind: cognition, culture and the problem of meaning, Oxford University Press, 1996. [extracts]

Simawe, Saadi A.  Modernism and Mmetaphor in Contemporary Arabic Poetry. World Literature Today, Spring 2001. [text]

Schlegel, Catherine.  Horace Satires 1.7: Satire as Conflict Irresolution. Arethusa, 32, 3, Fall 1999, pp. 337-352. [abstract]

Schrage, Michael.  Shared Minds: the new technologies of collaboration. Random House, 1990. [review]

Slate,.  , 9 November 2006. [text]

Sommer, Frederick.  The Poetic Logic of Art and Aesthetics. In: Sommer Words, University of Arizona Press, 1984.

Somers-Willett, Susan B.A.  Slam Poetry: ambivalence, gender, and black authenticity in slam. Text, Practice, Performance, 3, 2001, pp. 37-63. [text]

Somers-Willett, Susan B.A.  Can Slam Poetry Matter? Rattle: poetry for the 21st century.. [text]">text]

Sowayan, Saad A.  Naba'i Poetry: the oral poetry of Arabia. Berkeley, University of California Press, 1985..

Sowayan, Saad A.  'Tonight My Gun Is Loaded': Poetic Dueling In Arabia. Oral Tradition, 4, 1-2, 1989, pp. 151-73. [text]

Sowayan, Saad A.  A Plea for an Interdisciplinary Approach to the Study of Arab Oral Tradition. Oral Tradition, 18, 1, 2003, pp. 132-135. [text]

Sowayan, Saad A.  The Arabian Oral Historical Narrative: an ethnographic and linguistic analysis. Wiesbaden, Otto Harrassowitz, 1992..

Strong, Tom.  Poetic Possibilities in Conversations About Suffering. Contemporary Family Therapy, 24, 3, September 2002, pp. 457-473. [abstract]

Swift, Tod / Phillip, Norton  (Eds.).    Short Fuse: The Global Anthology of New Fusion Poetry. Rattapallax Press, 2002.

Allyson G. Tintiangco-Cubales. Rearticulating Slam and Rediscovering Balagtasan: rhyming debates and poetic jousting as performance pedagogy. Paper presentation at Foothill Community College Conference on Asian Pacific American Heritage, 2005

Todd, Mairead / Perry, Gene.  Middle East and Islam: Poetry. [web resources]

Trapero, Maximiano.  Improvised Oral Poetry in Spain. In: Samuel G. Armistead and Joseba Zulaika (Eds.). Voicing the Moment: improvised oral poetry and Basque tradition, 2005, pp. 45-64.

Ueshiba, Morihei.  Morihei -- Insights for a Modern Way of Life. Furyu: The Budo Journal, Winter 1996 (translated and analyzed with respect to aikido by Roderick Kobayashi and edited by Robert Frankovich). [text]

van Gelder, Geert Jan.  The Bad and the Ugly: attitudes towards invective poetry (hijā') in classical Arabic literature. Brill Archive, 1988. [extracts]

van Gelder, Geert Jan / Hammond, Marlé  (Eds.).    Takhyil: the imaginary in classical Arabic poetics. The E.J.W. Gibb Memorial Trust, 2008.

Walker, Jeffrey.  Rhetoric and Poetics in Antiquity. Oxford University Press, 2000. [extracts]

Warwick, Andrew.  Masters of Theory: Cambridge and the Rise of Mathematical Physics. University of Chicago Press, 2003.

Westendorp, Tjebbe A. / Mallinson, Jane  (Ed.).    Politics and the rhetoric of poetry: perspectives on modern Anglo-Irish poetry. Rodopi, 1995. [extracts]

White, Linda.  Orality and Basque Nationalism: dancing with the devil or waltzing into the future?. Oral Tradition, 16, 1, March, 2001. [text]

Whitman, Jon.  Allegory: the dynamics of an ancient and medieval technique. Oxford University Press and Harvard University Press, 1987.

Whyte, David.  The Three Marriages: Reimagining Work, Self and Relationship. Riverhead Books, 2009. [summary]

Whyte, David.  Crossing the Unknown Sea: Work as a Pilgrimage of Identity. Riverhead, 2001. [summary]

Whyte, David.  The Heart Aroused: Poetry and the Preservation of the Soul in Corporate America. Doubleday, 1994. [summary]

Wilner, Eleanor.  Poetry and the Pentagon: Unholy Alliance?. Poetry Magazine, October 2004. [text]

Ya'ari, Ehud / Friedman, Ina.  Curses in Verses. The Atlantic Monthly, February 1991, pp. 22-26.

Yermukanov, Marat.  Kazakh Folk Poetry Slams Corrupt Establishment. CACI Analyst (Central Asia-Caucasus Institute), 21 February 2007. [text]

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