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Reflections on Installing 'The Brownings In Our World' Exhibit
by Joy Siler, Armstrong Browning Library Graduate Research Assistant Harriet Goodhue Hosme (More)
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 (More)
"Every common bush afire with God": How Shall We Live Now?
‘Every common bush afire with God’: Divine Encounters in the Living World The exhibition explores the intersection of religious and ecological concerns in nineteenth-century literature and art, from William Wordsworth to Gerard Manley Hopkins. Y (More)
‘Every common bush afire with God’: Welcome to the Process
‘Every common bush afire with God’: Divine Encounters in the Living World The exhibition explores the intersection of religious and ecological concerns in nineteenth-century literature and art, from William Wordsworth to Gerard Manley Hopkins. Y (More)
Literary Networks in the 19th and Early 20th Centuries Class Exhibit: Mary Shelley
On December 9th at 9:05am, Dr. Kristin Pond’s English 3351: Literary Networks in the Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Centuries course will be presenting their Great Exhibition. This is a class project which requires students to explore what artifacts (More)
‘Every common bush afire with God’: Things Not Shown
‘Every common bush afire with God’: Divine Encounters in the Living World The exhibition explores the intersection of religious and ecological concerns in nineteenth-century literature and art, from William Wordsworth to Gerard Manley Hopkins. Y (More)
‘Every common bush afire with God’: Recognition, Prayer & Gratitude in the ABL’s Archives
‘Every common bush afire with God’: Divine Encounters in the Living World The exhibition explores the intersection of religious and ecological concerns in nineteenth-century literature and art, from William Wordsworth to Gerard Manley Hopkins. The (More)
The Brownings In Our World: Exhibit Introduction
by Joy Siler, Armstrong Browning Library Graduate Research Assistant Harriet Goodhue Hos (More)
The Literary Network of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Browning
The Literary Network Of Robert Browning And Eli (More)
Literary Networks in the 19th and Early 20th Centuries Class Exhibit: Charles Dickens
On December 9th at 9:05am, Dr. Kristin Pond’s English 3351: Literary Networks in the Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Centuries course will be presenting their Great Exhibition. This is a class project which requires students to explore what artifacts (More)
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