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Dr. Rae Greiner (Indiana U) Presenting at 19CRS April 10

Thanks to the joint efforts of Baylor’s Armstrong Browning Library and the English, Great Texts, and History departments, the 19CRS is pleased to invite you to a special lecture by Dr. Rae Greiner on Friday, April 10 from 3:30-4:30pm at the Armstrong Browning Library…

19CRS Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Awards

This semester, spring 2014, the 19CRS is offering its first “Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Awards.” For more information about the award and the submission process, consult the following link. Outstanding Graduate Student paper

… from America: The Brownings’ American Correspondents

Dear 19CRS Colleagues, On behalf of one of our strongest supporters and centers of interest, the Armstrong Browning Library, I am sending along this notice of a special exhibit at the ABL on the Brownings and their American correspondents. Please see the description…

Oxford Conference on George MacDonald

Those of you who study George MacDonald might be interested in this conference at Oxford on George MacDonald and the Victorian Roots of Modern Fantasy: http://www.george-macdonald.com/macdonaldsociety/conference2014.html

Spring 2014 Schedule

Friday, February 21, 3:30-4:30pm Dr. Sarah Walden (BIC, Baylor) Topic: “Tasteful Domesticity: Women’s Rhetoric and the American Cookbook” Location: Discussion Armstrong Browning Library Lecture Hall Reception Seminar Room   Friday, April 4, 3:30-4:30pm Dr. Melissa Bailes (English, Tulane University) Topic: “The Psychologization of…

  UPDATED Fall 2013 Schedule Friday, September 13, 3:30-4:30pm Joe Stubenrauch (History, Baylor) Topic: “‘Leaves of Edification’: Evangelical Sentimentalism and Picturesque Tourism in the Early Nineteenth Century.” Location: Discussion Armstrong Browning Library Lecture Hall Reception Seminar Room   Friday, October 4, 3:30-4:30pm Sarah…

19CRS Fall 2013 Schedule

Dear 19CRS Colleagues: Please mark your calendars (way!) ahead for the fall 2013 schedule.  Final topics are TBA, but the basic dates are in place. All presentations will be from 3:30-4:30 in the Armstrong Browning Library Lecture Hall, followed by a reception in…

Graduate Student Presentations this Friday, April 26, 3:30-4:30pm

Dear 19CRS: Thanks so much for the wonderful support of Dr. Knight’s visit last week.  The attendance and level of intellectual engagement were  superb at the panel discussion and the presentation.  Please join us for our last event, a graduate student panel, THIS…

“A Tale of Two Cities: Dickens’s Tale of Conversion”

Prof. Mark Knight (University of Toronto) Friday, April 19, 3:30-4:30 Armstrong Browning Library (Reception afterward in Seminar Room) Please join us for this special presentation by Prof. Mark Knight, a leading scholar of religion and literature.  Below is a brief abstract of his…

“Soil, Sand, and Soundings: Grounding Antebellum Martine Fiction”

Dear 19CRS Colleagues, One of our outstanding members, Dr. Dan Walden (English), will be giving a talk at UNT in a few weeks. Please consider going to support and learn! “Soil, Sand, and Soundings: Grounding Antebellum Maritime Fiction” Dr. Dan Walden American Studies…