Poetry mashup draws crowd

Two SIUE College of Arts and Sciences faculty drew a crowd on Tuesday, November 9 when they mashed two centuries of poetry. Eric Ruckh, historical studies associate professor, and Jeffrey Skoblow, english language and literature professor brought together the two centuries on a crisp fall day.

Reading over a constant breeze and a lawn mower, the readers ended up with a crowd of about fifty students, faculty and staff.

Below is a portion of the mashup.

Jeffrey Skoblow reads Koch.

Ruckh (right) and Skoblow (left) mash two centuries of poetry in one afternoon.

Eric Ruckh reads Baudelaire.

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