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Monthly Archives: November 2016

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ABL Three-Month Research Fellowship awarded to Professor Dino Felluga

Three-Month Research Fellowship: Announcement of Award Armstrong Browning Library, Baylor University The Armstrong Browning Library (ABL: http://www.browninglibrary.org/) is a world-renowned research center and rare-collections library devoted to nineteenth-century studies located on the campus of Baylor University.  Recently, the ABL created a Three-Month Research…

Film screening of Many Beautiful Things: The Life and Vision of Lilias Trotter

Friday, Nov.  11   3:30pm-5:00pm Film screening of Many Beautiful Things: The Life and Vision of Lilias Trotter This 2015 documentary about Lilias Trotter and Ruskin is produced by Hisao Kurosawa (Ran) and features voicing by Michelle Dockery and John Rhys-Davies

Jerry Eisley: “Lost in Translation: The Challenge of John Ruskin and Lilias Trotter to Art & Culture in the 21st Century”

Thursday, Nov. 10   3:30pm-4:30pm Each generation seeks to translate transcendence and define sacred space for itself. John Ruskin and Lilias Trotter sought beauty and truth in their own time. The Washington Arts Group (WAG) does the same today. WAG is a non-profit…

Graduate Study Abroad Opportunity in Nineteenth-Century Studies

19CRS has some exciting news! Starting in the summer of 2017, a graduate-level study abroad program in nineteenth-century studies will be offered through the English department. The course is sponsored by the Armstrong Browning Library and Baylor University Libraries, and by Baylor’s English…