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Monthly Archives: July 2015

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Anthology of Greek Literature

Anthology of Greek Literature  Publication information: Lipsiae: Carolo Tauchnitii, 1829-69 Description: There are eleven volumes, bound in black with gold lettering on the spine. They are housed in brown leather case, with a steel plate with Browning’s name engraved riveted to the top.…

Browning Day 2015

Browning Day 2015 Thursday, May 7, 2015 3:30pm Hankamer Treasure Room Featuring: The premiere of Mysterion, a new composition for String Quartet by Carlos Colon, ABL’s Artist in Residence. “Reforming Christ’s Body in Aurora Leigh” Lecture by Dr. Joshua King, Margarett Root Brown Chair…

Victorian Letter: Isa Blagden to Mrs. Trelawney

Victorian letter: Isa Blagden to Mrs. Trewlawney, no date, Thursday morning. “Your letter has just been put into my hands…” Acquired March 2015

Pre-Raphaelite Masculinities: Constructions of Masculinity in Art and Literature

Yeates, Amelia, Serena Trowbridge, and Jay Sloan, eds. Pre-Raphaelite Masculinities: Constructions of Masculinity in Art and Literature. Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2014. Print. The Nineteenth Century Series. Baylor Library Record

NAVSA 2016 Annual Conference CFP: Social Victorians

The North American Victorian Studies Association (NAVSA) will hold its 2016 annual conference in Phoenix, Arizona November 2-5. The Conference Committee invites proposals for papers and panels on the subject of Social Victorians. Questions to consider are: What does it mean to speak of the…

Dr. Melissa Bailes “The Psychologization of Geological Catastrophe in Mary Shelley’s The Last Man”

April 4th Dr. Melissa Bailes (English, Tulane University) will present “The Psychologization of Geological Catastrophe in Mary Shelley’s The Last Man.” In this talk she explores the connection between science and Romantic writers, focusing specifically on Mary Shelley. Rather than looking at Shelley’s well-known novel Frankenstein, Dr.…

Dr. Natalie Houston: “The Visual Page: Digital Reading and Victorian Poetry’s Cultural Codes”

October 12th Dr. Natalie Houston (English, University of Houston), Project Director for the Visual Page, an NEH-funded project to develop a software application to identify and analyze visual features in digitized printed books and Co-Director and Technical Director for the Periodical Poetry Index,…

Wordsworth Circle

Wordsworth Circle The Wordsworth Circle is an international quarterly journal publishing on studies of literature, culture, and society in Great Britain, Europe, and North America during the Romantic period. Access through this link is only available with a Baylor ID.   

William Blake Archive

William Blake Archive Since 1996 this site has provided high quality digital reproductions of poet and artist William Blake’s major works of visual and literary art. The archive contains fully searchable electronic editions of many copies of all of Blake’s 19 illuminated works…

Web of American Transcendentalism

The Web of American Transcendentalism  Hosted by Texas A&M University, this site provides a broad overview of the Transcendental movement in America. Resources include literary and historical essays on individual authors and their works, lists of resources and bibliographies, and introductions to the…