Millikin University Course

Global Haiku Traditions
July 2017 • Dr. Randy Brooks


six seconds
between the whistles
Friday night lights


by Brandon Suwanpratest


her dog
at the gravesite
chin on his paws


by Betty Hartnett

Matching Haiku Contests

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Advanced Studies in Poetry:
Global Haiku Traditions

Shilling 422

Online Pre & Post Engagement:
July 6 & August 17

Face to Face Meetings:
July 13, 20, 27, August 3, 10, 2017
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Course Description

EN340 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.

Syllabus for July 2017 (pdf file)

Students in July 2017 Global Haiku Tradition

Assignments Guide for July 2017

Kukai Favorite Selections

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2 Kukai2 Kukai Favorites

3 Kukai3 Kukai Favorites

Haiku Editing Sessions

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rengay & sequences



Global Haiku Students July 2017




Brandon Suwanpratest

Hailey Sharp

Jennifer Yeakley




Nick Adams


Norman Mears




Sean Dial

Thomas Friend

Zachary Dilbeck


haiku conferences

haiku courses at Millikin

teaching haiku

speakers & readings

haiku competitions at MU

American Haiku Archive

student haiku projects

published haiku by students

links to haiku web sites

student research on haiku

haiku by Millikin students

directory of haiku magazines


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