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Monthly Archives: August 2015

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Dr. Colin Jager: “The Romantic Critique of Life: Wordsworth, Byron, Taylor”

Sept. 25 Dr. Colin Jager (English, Rutgers) will present “The Romantic Critique of Life: Wordsworth, Byron, Taylor.” This talk discusses how “life” has increasingly become a topic of intense interest in the humanities. In partial reaction to an earlier emphasis on how power…

Outstanding Graduate Students Papers Fall 2015: David Smith and Lynneth Stingley

Sept. 4 Baylor Doctoral students David Smith (English) and Lynneth Stingley (History) will present in this semester’s Outstanding Graduate Student Papers in Nineteenth-Century Studies. David Smith will present “The Gothic Temple: Epistemology and Revolution in Charles Brockden Brown’s Wieland,” and Lynneth Stingley will present “‘The Most Bohemian Priest…

Unpublished Letters of Alfred, Lord Tennyson

Unpublished Letters of Alfred, Lord Tennyson See the link below for descriptions of twenty-two unpublished letters of Alfred, Lord Tennyson held by the Armstrong Browning Library. Unpublished-Letters-of-Tennyson-19CRS

Fall 2015 Presentation Schedule

Friday, September 4 3:30-4:30pm ABL Lecture Hall 19CRS Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Awards: David Smith (English) and Lynneth Stingley (History) Friday, September 25 3:30-4:30pm ABL Lecture Hall Dr. Colin Jager (English, Rutgers): “The Romantic Critique of Life: Wordsworth, Byron, Taylor” Thursday, October 1…

VRW Forum and Blog Links

VRW Forum and Blog Links  Along with its many other resources, Victorian Research Web (VRW) provides this collection of links to other discussion forums and blogs that may be of interest to nineteenth century scholars.  

Victoria Research Web (VRW)

Victoria Research Web (VRW)  According to the website,this is a guide to research resources written by Patrick Leary, the founder and manager of the long-running VICTORIA discussion list for Victorian Studies. Like VICTORIA, the VRW is dedicated to the scholarly study of nineteenth-century…

Victoria Listserv

Victoria Listserv According to the listserv’s description, since 1993, Victoria has provided that beloved Victorian thing, a “cheap luxury,” in the shape of a free electronic forum for the exchange of research ideas and queries, notices of recent books, conference listings, and lively…

NASSR Listserv

NASSR Listserv The North American Society for the Study of Romanticism hosts a listserv available for subscription via email. This listserv is a forum for discussing information and questions relevant to Romantic Studies including announcements for CFPs, conferences, essay prizes, and grant.

Victorian Poetry Network

Victorian Poetry Network According to their website, VPN is a hub for discussion, resources and advocacy. They welcome scholars, teachers, students and passionate readers to join them and help promote study of this wonderful subject. Launched in January 2011, they aim to forge a network…

Of Victorian Interest

Of Victorian Interest This blog by NAVSA is available for subscription via email. It is regularly updated with information of interest to Victorian scholars including CFPs, essay prizes, conferences, and grants.