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Archive of posts published in the tag: Spring2016

Teaching with Special Collections from the Armstrong Browning Library: Dr. Heidi Hornik (Department of Art) and Sarah Rude (PhD candidate in English)

Feb. 5 The Armstrong Browning Library piloted a teaching fellows program in summer 2015 to encourage the use of the Library’s collections in Baylor graduate and undergraduate curricula. Fellowships were awarded to four full-time Baylor faculty members and two graduate teaching assistants (teachers…

Dr. Stephen Prickett: “Backing into the Future: Romanticism, Secularization and the Reinvention of Literature”

Jan. 14 Dr. Stephen Prickett (English, University of Kent, UK) will present “Backing into the Future: Romanticism, Secularization and the Reinvention of Literature.” In his Third Critique, Immanuel Kant assumes that literature – and specifically poetry – is naturally the premier art form, in essence…