Wooden Teeth is an annual publication and is
open to all members of The George Washington
University community. Undergraduate and graduate
students, faculty, alumni, and staff are encouraged
to submit their poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and art. This is the Spring 2018 edition.
This written thesis serves as a complement to my artistic practice and provides a framework within which to conceptualize and consider my recent work. In this text, I intentionally mirror the process-based nature of my practice and include reflections on the relationship between action and...
The dominance of the Seljuk dynasty over Iran had profound consequences on Persian poetry. From this period on, poetry started to separate from court life and follow an independent path. Accordingly, the joyful and mundane Persian court poetry fell under the influence of Sufism. This transition...