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February 15: Reading Group, “Schopenhaur as Educator”

Dr. Miner, professor of philosophy at Baylor University, will facilitate a discussion of an essay by Nietzsche called “Schopenhaur as Educator” from his collection Untimely Meditation. This book is available through the Baylor library in ebook form. If you are having trouble accessing it, please email 19crs@baylor.edu.…

Recap: OGSPA 2022

On September 23, 19CRS presented the 2022 Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Awards (OGSPA). OGSPA is a high point in the semester as we celebrate the high-quality work of the winning Baylor graduate students working in 19th-century studies. This year’s recipients were Allison Scheidegger,…

November 17: Benefactors Day celebration, Dr. Deborah Logan presents Harriet Martineau: Spirit of the Victorian Age

Dr. Deborah Logan, Professor Emerita, Western Kentucky University, recently gave her personal Harriet Martineau collection to the ABL, and she will be presenting “Harriet Martineau: Spirit of the Victorian Age” for the Armstrong Browning Library’s annual Benefactors Day celebration in the Armstrong Browning Library Hankamer…

November 4: Dr. Samuel Baker “Walter Scott, The Stuarts, and Stewardship”

Dr. Samuel Baker, Associate Professor of English, The University of Texas at Austin, will present on “Walter Scott, The Stuarts, and Stewardship” in the Armstrong Browning Library Lecture Hall on Friday, November 4 at 3:30. Dr. Baker’s research covers the diverse fields of…