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Archive of posts published in the tag: Fall2014

Jeff Cowton: “Learning from the Wordsworth Trust’s Collections”

October 31st Jeff Cowton (Curator of the Wordsworth Trust) will present “Learning from the Wordsworth Trust’s Collections.” Dove Cottage, at the heart of the English Lake District National Park, was the home of William Wordsworth (foremost poet of the Romantic age) during his…

Dr. Alexander Regier: “Looking at Blake”

October 10th Dr. Alexander Regier (English, Rice University) will present “Looking at Blake.” This talk discusses how William Blake’s work raises a number of questions and problems about the relation between the visual and the verbal. It suggests a set of principles that govern…

Outstanding Graduate Student Papers Fall 2014: Daniel Benyousky and Heidi Seward

September 5th Baylor English Doctoral students Daniel Benyousky and Heidi Seward will present in this semester’s Outstanding Graduate Student Papers. Daniel Benyousky will present “Blurred by the “old moonlight of romance”: The Critique of Sublimated Love in Keats and Auden’s Poetry.” This talk…

Dr. Jason Payton: “Piracy, Islam, and Nation-Building in Royall Tyler’s Algerine Captive”

November 7th Dr. Jason Payton (English, Sam Houston State) will present “Piracy, Islam, and Nation-Building in Royall Tyler’s Algerine Captive.” This talk will explore the entangled histories of the Turkish Empire and the fledging United States, and consider the role of piracy and Islam in the…