19CRS Presentation Schedule Fall 2019

Friday, September 6
3:30-4:30 ABL Lecture Hall
Dr. Tara Foley (English, Baylor):
“Richard Watson Gilder: Poet, Editor, Urban Reformer”

Wednesday-Saturday, September 18-21
ABL Lecture Hall and other rooms
Ecology and Religion in 19th-C Studies Conference

Friday, October 4
3:30-4:30 ABL Lecture Hall
Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Awards
Rachel Kilgore: “Understanding Fanny: A Comparison of the Psalms to Fanny Price of Austen’s Mansfield Park
LaJoie Lex: “Between Locke and a Hard Place: Charles Brockden Brown on Women as Individuals in the New Republic”

Thursday, November 14
4:00-5:00 ABL Seminar Room
Workshop with Dr. Lesa Scholl (ABL 3-Month Research Fellow, Master of Kathleen Lumley College, University of Adelaide, AU): “To Eat, or What to Eat—Is THAT the Question?”
A one-time workshop for undergraduates in British literature and history. Email Molly Lewis to register.

Friday, November 15
3:30-4:30 ABL Treasure Room
Dr. Lesa Scholl: “Healthy Bodies, Healthy Souls: 19th Century Medicine, Religion, and Literature”

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