La Cenaclul UBB – Andrei Zlătescu, un poet din „Clubul literar”

Posted on Noiembrie 16, 2015

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ANDREI  ZLĂTESCU:

un poet care „navighează” între

„furtuna” lui Shakespeare

şi drepturile omului de pe „planeta” lui Prospero

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Andrei Paul Zlătescu

(born 12 May 1966)

is a member of the

United Nations Human Rights Committee for 2014.

Professional Commitements

Zlătescu served as an assistant professor in Global studies with the Faculty of Information and Media Studies at Western University (2010–11), and as a Professor with Fanshawe College, in London, Ontario (2010–2013). 2013–2014, Academic Program Coordinator, European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation, Venice, European Master’s of Human Rights and Democratisation Programme for Romania.

2013–2014, Academic Program Coordinator, European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation, Venice, European Master’s of Human Rights and Democratisation Programme for Romania.

2013–2014, Professor (Associate), School of Doctoral Studies, Faculty of Political Science, University of Bucharest.

Books and Monographs

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  • Prospero’s Planet. Critical Quandaries around Shakespeare’s Last Play (in English), 220 pages, Cultura Drepturilor Omului, Editura Publica, Bucharest, 2014.
  • Shakespeare’s The Tempest and The Elizabethan World, (in English), 267 pages, Cultura Drepturilor Omului, Editura Publica, Bucharest, 2014.
  • ‘The Tempest” as a Pretext: Shakespeare’s Last Major Play and the New Allegories of Order, University of Alberta, 2008.
  • Community Theory at Crossroads. Ecuador`s Cultural Ecologies and Globalization. “ Prepared and prefaced an Interdisciplinary Course pack (750 pages), June 2010, Universitatea din Calgary.
  • (Conform Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrei_Zl%C4%83tescu)

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volum versuri

DIN  „POEZIA TELESCRIITORILOR”

(George Neagoe, în http://revistacultura.ro/nou/2015/05/join-the-club/)

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Andrei Zlătescu:

„Cling. Timbrele albe.

 Poşta română încurcă expeditorii, amestecă

 plicurile,

 tace. Acum ştiu ce gândeşti. Asta da fată, pisica

 blândă

 care nu zgârie, care îţi moare de gât. Şi aburul

 greu

 care vine din bricheta asta stricată, de ciudă

 să poţi să boceşti. Atâta tristeţe şi sete, lasă-ţi

 batista

 să zboare. Soţul tău să o ridice, să o spele

 «dă lacrimi», ca un bun menestrel, cu

 majuscule,

 cu eşarfa brumată. Nu care cumva să pleci

 dintre noi, să o ştergi

englezeşte,

 pe mare.“

( Visând, Quetzalcoatl, p. 130)

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