Dub in London

Dub in London
is a variety
of the late 1960s
Twenty-one living
especially in London
an audiovisual material
a data bank
a film a sound documents
their diachronic level
statements are shedding light
a subjective basic
approach of research
manifests itself complementary
from Jamaica to Great Britain
and its resulting
transfer of culture
its further resulting
impulses to the music production
on a global scale
from a historical perspective
our concern is with
the retroactive
the subjects of diaspora
the central fields of
as in the case of
the research of music
demands consequences
artistic expression
is made mainly in music,
from a
music-anthropological view.

On the Construction of Muslims

The geography is intended to
lay the foundation of an expanded
construction of Muslims:
their mutual transformations
are not dealt
questions which might arise
are furthermore constantly
questioned by
a theoretical and methodological
descriptive and quantitative
theoretical contribution of
questions of qualititative
processes of constructing
Various orientations
shall be addressed.

The Cinematographic Egypt Near East

the perception of 'strangers'
and the attitudes toward their gods
are an interest in
trade and warfare
freeze exotic creatures
of moving pictures
of the 20th Century
It is important to pay attention
to the case of the
foreign Ancient Egypt
Near East Central African Orient
such as Troy.
The Bible Babylon
with a fascinating
realistic setting
doesn't seem indifferent,
colourful-exotic crowd
the poverty
of the
The distant Orient
is a place where
the Western World
the filmic reception
stereotypes predominate
stressing the strangeness
differentiating them

Walcott's on Culture

Walcott wrote the newspaper
and approximately 500 articles.
Walcott enlivens the process.
Walcott founded the theatre,
and one of the oldest theatre companies.
Walcott presents the building.
Walcott observes the Indian.
He critiques, interviews, reports,
comments, puts on local productions
in the international context.
Walcott's a palpable work.
He dances the origins of
Carnival and Calypso.
Walcott delineates creolization
and lends parameters to time.
Walcott functions as a process.
Walcott fills a significant gap
in Walcott scholarship.
Walcott completes what we have so
far known about Walcott's intellectual development.
We envision two volumes.

     Gregory Betts 2007

Gregory Betts is a widely published poet, critic, and editor. He is the author of If Language (BookThug 2005), a book-length collection of experimental anagrams, and Haikube (BookThug 2006). He currently lives in St. Catharines, Ontario, where he teaches Avant-Garde and Canadian Literature, edits PRECIPICe (www.brocku.ca/precipice), and runs the Grey Borders Reading Series (www.greyborders.com).