Irina Markina is an Assistant Teaching Professor at the University of Washington. Her current book project, supported by Phi Beta Kappa, the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies, and the Gerda Henkel Foundation, is an interdisciplinary cultural study that analyzes the largely overlooked public mural art campaign of the French Third Republic.
For the Record: Voice and Orality in Guillaume Apollinaire’s “Lettre-Océan”
The poet Guillaume Apollinaire was for the record. Between 1913 and 1914, he wrote repeatedly about the impact of recording technology on lyric poetry.