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Library Fellowships: Presentations and Upcoming Application Due Dates

The Baylor Libraries’ 2021 Special Collections Teaching Fellows will be presenting poster discussions on “Teaching with Special Collections” on Tuesday, March 22 at 3:30 pm in Moody 104 (Active Learning Lab). More information and registration is available here: https://www.baylor.edu/atl/index.php?id=873859#SET06 Applications for 2022 Special Collections Teaching Fellowships are…

April 8: Dr. Mark Sandy “She hath a Beauty Beyond Her Name: Byron’s Poetic Reflections on Venice, Subjectivity, and Temporality”

Dr. Mark Sandy, Professor of English, Durham University, UK and Armstrong Browning Library Three-Month Research Fellow, will give a lecture titled “She hath a Beauty Beyond Her Name: Byron’s Poetic Reflections on Venice, Subjectivity, and Temporality” in the ABL’s Hankamer Treasure Room and…

March 31: Alt-Ac Panel

On March 31 at 2:00pm, 19CRS will host a Zoom panel about finding work outside of traditional professor roles. 19CRS welcomes you to a virtual panel discussion on alt-ac careers after the humanities. Whether you’re anxious about academic job prospects or curious about…

18 March 2022: Dr. Anne Boyd Rioux

On March 18, 2022, 19CRS will hear from Dr. Anne Boyd Rioux. This event was rescheduled from its Fall 2021 date. Her talk is entitled “Taking the Recovery of the 19th-Century American Women Writers Beyond the Academy.” Dr Anne Boyd Rioux Event Flyer…

Rescheduled for 11 February, 2022: Dr. Lisa Shaver

Rescheduled for February 11 at 3:30. On February 4, 2022 at 3:30, Dr. Lisa Shaver (English, Baylor) will be presenting her research from her recent research leave. Her talk is entitled “Lucy Rider Meyer and the New Christian Woman.” Lucy Rider Meyer and…

3 November, 2021, 7:00pm: 19CRS Reading Group

On the evening of November 3, 2021, Dr. Jennifer Hargrave will be leading a discussion of Edward Said’s Culture and Imperialism. Please come prepared to discuss the entire text and consider bringing a discussion question. Please RSVP to Kristen_Pond@baylor.edu by October 27, 2021. Molly…

15 October 2021, 3:30: Dr. Jennifer Hargrave

On October 15th, at 3:30 p.m., in the ABL Lecture Hall, Dr. Jennifer Hargrave (English, Baylor) will be presenting the results of her research sabbatical in a talk entitled “Subversive Sketching: Intratextual Debate in Chinese Travel Narratives.” Registration for this event can be…

19-21 May, 2022: Thirtieth Annual British Women Writers Conference

Baylor University will be hosting the 2022 annual conference for the British Women Writers Association. For more information about the conference, you can see the attached CFP and fliers, or you  can visit the website. BWWC 2022 CFP BWWC2022_flier.

Sept. 18, 2020, 3:30pm, Zoom – Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award Panel

At our 2021 OGSPA Awards, we also recognized the 2020 recipients, Anna Beaudry and Ryan Sinni, with certificates because last year’s program was virtual. On Friday, September 18, 2020 two graduate students will receive the 19th Century Research Seminar’s Outstanding Graduate Student Paper…

21 September 2021, 11:15am-1:45pm: 19th Century Job Letter Workshop

On September 21, 11:15am-1:45pm, 19CRS faculty will be hosting a job letter workshop for Baylor graduate students of 19th-Century studies applying to 19th century jobs in the fall and spring. Email Kristen_Pond@baylor.edu for details.