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  1. Elisa New is the Director and Host of Poetry in America, director of the Center for Public Humanities at Arizona State University, director of Verse Video Education, and Powell M. Cabot Professor of American Literature at Harvard University. New created Poetry in America, a PBS series, to bring poetry beyond classrooms into living rooms and ...

  2. Poetry in America is a TV series and educational initiative that brings poetry into classrooms and living rooms around the world. Created by Elisa New, Poetry in America draws students of all ages into conversations about poetry.

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  3. Hosted by Elisa New, Poetry in America draws students of all ages into conversations about poetry. Every half-hour episode offers the viewer a fully immersive experience in hearing, reading, and interpreting a single American poem.

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  4. Host Elisa New considers the rise of the skyscraper–and the emergence of the modernist poem–in an episode featuring celebrated architect Frank Gehry, Chinese visionary and real estate developer Zhang Xin, poet Robert Polito, and student poets from around the United States.

  5. www.pbs.org › show › poetry-in-americaPoetry in America | PBS

    Season 4 Premieres April 2024 Celebrated guests join Elisa New for a lively discussion of poems by renowned poets. My List Visit Official Site Poetry In America Season 3 Preview Preview: S3 |...

  6. 16 de feb. de 2021 · Created by Elisa New, Poetry in America draws students of all ages into conversations about poetry. <p>On November 3rd, 2021, this year’s National Book Award winning poet Martín Espada spoke with high schoolers in our dual-enrollment course Poetry in America: Poetry of the City from Whitman to Hip Hop.</p>