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CFP: “Religion, Criticism, and the Postcritical,” a Special Issue of LIT: Literature Interpretation Theory

CFP: “Religion, Criticism, and the Postcritical” Special Issue of LIT: Literature Interpretation Theory Over the past two decades, literary critics have debated some of the founding tenets of secular critical inquiry. Revisiting standards of objectivity, reason, and distance that govern

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New Edited Collection: Constructing Nineteenth-Century Religion

Flyer describing Joshua King's and Winter Jade Werner's newly released edited collection: Constructing Nineteenth-Century Religion

Dr. Joshua King (Baylor University) and Dr. Winter Jade Werner (Wheaton College) have released a new edited collection through The Ohio State University Press. Please see the flyer below for more information about Constructing Nineteenth-Century Religion: Literary, Historical, and Religious Studies in Dialogue. 

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Rhyme and Reform Symposium

On October 4-5, 2018, the Armstrong Browning Library at Baylor University jointly hosted “Rhyme and Reform” with the University of Strathclyde and the University of Manchester. This symposium recognized the 175thanniversary of Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s poem “The Cry of the

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Call for Papers: Christianity and Literature Study Group 2019

See the CFP below from the Christianity and Literature Study Group, holding its Annual Conference at the 2019 Congress in Vancouver, B.C. on June 1-4, 2019. The deadline is November 19th. CLSG CFP

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Ecology and Religion: Events and Opportunities

Ecology and Religion in 19C Studies Conference Logo

Read below about several events and opportunities coming up regarding ecology and religion in nineteenth-century studies. 1. “Alternative Sources of Power: Victorian Religious Ecologies” Seminar at MVSA 2019, led by Dr. Joshua King. Putting “religion” next to “power” in scholarship

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2018 OGSPAs: Nicholas Krause and Nicole Bouchard

2018 OGSPA Flyer

Friday, September 14 3:45-4:45 ABL Lecture Hall  The 2018 Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award (OGSPA) winners will present talks based on their papers. Nicholas Krause (Doctoral Student, Theology and Ethics) will present “Scarcity, Economy, and the Poetics of Creation: Chartist Reimaginings

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Reception for Prof. Clare Simmons and Sabbatical Talk by Dr. Kristen Pond:”‘I Spy a Stranger!’:Victorian Newspapers and the Stranger at the Great Exhibition of 1851″

Flier for Professor Clare Simmons's Reception and Dr. Kristen Pond's Sabbatical Talk

Friday, Sept. 7 2:45-3:30 ABL Cox Hall Reception for Professor Clare Simmons, 2018 Three-month Research Fellow at the ABL 3:30-4:30 ABL Lecture Hall  Dr. Kristen Pond (English, Baylor) will present her Sabbatical Talk titled, “‘I Spy a Stranger!’: Victorian Newspapers and the

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Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Awards

Graduate Students: Submit a paper in 19th-C studies by Friday, May 25th for the 2018 OGSPAs. Details below.

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Dr. Tracy Hoffman: “Washington Irving Brouhaha: What’s Brewing in Irving Studies”

Friday, April 13 3:30-4:30 ABL Lecture Hall Dr. Tracy Hoffman (Baylor University) will present “Washington Irving Brouhaha: What’s Brewing in Irving Studies.”  

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ABL Research Fellowship

The Armstrong Browning Library (ABL), located on the campus of Baylor University, is a world-renowned research center and rare-collections library devoted to nineteenth-century studies. The ABL has established a Three-Month Research Fellowship for leading scholars from outside Baylor. Prof. Dino

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