Poetry in the Here and Now

Poetry in the Here and Now

Joe Cullen selects poems from his own work as the Bard of Dalston that ask questions of the here and now.

Joe Cullen selects poems from his own work as the Bard of Dalston that ask questions of the here and now.

Joe Cullen, aka ‘Bard of Dalston’, is published in a range of poetry magazines and journals. Publications include ‘South Poetry, ‘South Bank Poetry’, ‘Other Poetry’, ‘Long Poem Magazine’, ‘Decanto’, ‘The North’, ‘Stand’, ‘The Projectionist’s Playgound’, ‘Snakeskin’, ‘Ninemuses’, ‘The Delinquent’, ‘Ink Sweat and Tears’, ‘Lighten up Online’ and ‘Footballpoets.org’. Poetry awards and commendations include: ‘Poetry Pulse’, 2012; ‘Rhyme & Reason’, 2012; ‘Sportswriters Awards’, 2012, ‘Four Counties’, 2015. He has given poetry readings at Torriano, London, RADA, London, Salisbury Arts Centre, Barbican Arts Centre, Poetry Café, London and the Crystal Palace festival. Joe was nominated by ‘South Poetry’ for the Forward Prize 2010/11 in the ‘best single poem’ category and received a 2012 ‘Poetry Kit’ Award for best poem of 2012.

Recording of the talk

Dr Nadine Riad Tchelebi

2009-2012: PhD ‘Us versus Them: Projection in Organisations’. Doctor thesis based on psychoanalytic concepts of group dynamics (Bion, Klein, Winnicott).

2010-2017: Senior Lecturer in Organisation Studies, Bristol Business School; Programme Leader ‘MSc Leadership & Management’.

2013–ongoing: Editor of the academic journal Organisational & Social Dynamics.

2015-2017: Experiential Group Consultant “Consulting and leading in organisations: psychodynamic and systemic approaches (D10)”, The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust.

2018 & 2019: Staff member on the Leicester Group Relations Conference, Tavistock Institute of Human Relations.

2017-ongoing:  Senior OD Consultant, In Stability GmbH & Co. KG, Hanover, Germany.

Membership: ISPSO (International Society for the Psychoanalytic Study of Organisations), OPUS (Organisation for Promoting Understanding of Society), PCCA (Partners in Confronting Collective Atrocities), DGGO (German Society for Group and Organisational Dynamics), BLCC (Bristol Leadership and Change Centre). Friend to the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations.

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