The Keats-Shelley Association of America is happy to announce an all-day Symposium at Fordham University, May 14, 2011, hosted by the New York City Romanticism Group in association with the K-SAA. May 14, 2011 Fordham University, Lincoln Center New York, NY 12th floor conference room 9:15am-6:00pm With an opening Round Table on “1816 as Literary Year” featuring Stephen Behrendt, Sonia Hofkosh, and Jerrold Hogle. and 12 further participants: 1. Suzanne Barnett, “Shelley’s Romantic Paganism” 2. Manu Chander, “Regency Readers and De Quincey’s Unsocial Sociability” 3. Gary Dyer, “Circulating Poetry in the Regency” 4. Michael Gamer, “‘Twenty-Eight Years to Life’: Copyright Reform and Regency Authorship” 5. Steven Jones, “Graphical Satire in the Regency; or, Putting the Print Back in Print Culture” 6. Mark Kipperman, “Rethinking Regency Literature: the Case of William Cobbett” 7. Scott Krawczyk, “Broken Soldiers: Public Bodies and Next-of-Kin Notification” 8. Charles Mahoney, “Regency Litera . . .
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