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Keats-Shelley Annual Awards 2022, MLA 2022, and a Message from Neil Fraistat, President

We’ll host our Keats-Shelley Annual Awards Celebration  on January 8th at 6:30p EST via ZOOM where we’ll celebrate Distinguished Scholars Jon Klancher and Nicola Watson and the recipients of the 2021 Pforzheimer grants and the 2021 Essay Prize. Please follow the link here to register.  If you have any problems, email ksinger@mtholyo
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Call for Applications: Keats-Shelley Journal Reviews Editor

The Keats-Shelley Journal invites applications for the position of Reviews Editor. Launched in 1952, the Keats-Shelley Journal is a peer-reviewed journal published annually by the Keats-Shelley Association of America, both in print form and on digital platforms.  As a leading publication venue in the field of Romantic studies, KSJ has sought in recent years to build on its traditional focus—Percy Shelley, Mary Shelle
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Romanticism at MLA 2022

If you’re headed to Washington, D.C. January 6-9 2022 for the annual MLA conference (or if you’re joining remote sessions), over here at the K-SAA we’ve done a round-up of panels that might be interesting to our readership. Please let us know if we’ve missed anything! This list is compiled by the K-SAA Communications Fellows and Communications Director. First up – the K-SAA sponsored panel!:  420V –
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Rethinking Romanticism: Jane Alice Sargant: A Case Study for Nineteenth-Century Recovery Efforts

In this special “Rethinking Romanticism” and “Uncovering the Archives” series crossover, we are excited to welcome Dr. Emily J. Dolive to the blog. Here, Dr. Dolive discusses colonial campaigns, marginalized experiences, and the role of Jane Alice Sargent within this. See more entries from this series here. To write for this series, contact us.  Jane Alice Sargant: A Case Study for Nineteenth-Century Reco
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London-Paris Romanticism Seminar: Jonathan Sachs, Online Seminar, Friday 19 November 2021

The next meeting of the London-Paris Romanticism Seminar will take place via Zoom on Friday 19 November 2021 at 17.30-19.30 London time (GMT). As our distinguished guest speaker, we are delighted to welcome Professor Jonathan Sachs of Concordia University, Montreal, who will present a paper entitled Slow Time: Romanticism, Media, and Mobility. This will be followed by a discussion in which questions from the audience
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Book launch – “On He Flared: Essays on Four Letters of John Keats”, 31 October at 6pm

A message from the Keats-Shelley House, Rome Join us for a celebration of John Keats, who was born on this day in 1795, as we launch our latest book with a series of readings from Keats’s letters by Fred Fergus at the Keats-Shelley House in Rome. On He Flared: Essays on Four Letters of John Keats by Susan J. Wolfson will be published by the Keats-Shelley House on 31 October to coincide with John Keats’s birthda
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Apply Now! Carl H. Pforzheimer, Jr. Research Grants 2022

The Pforzheimer Grants are awarded each year to support research in Romantic-era literature and culture. Preference is given to projects involving subjects featured in The Keats-Shelley Journal, the Association’s annual publication, including projects engaging race, empire, gender, class, and global Romanticisms. Advanced graduate students, untenured faculty, and independent scholars working outside the academy are e
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K-SAA Interviews: Austen After 200: Reading After the Bicentenaries

We have all read a Jane Austen novel, or undoubtedly watched one of the many adaptations of her works – but is there anything more to say about Austen over 200 years after her books were published? In this interview with Professor Annika Bautz, Dr Daniel Cook, and Dr Kerry Sinanan, the editors of the forthcoming edited collection, Austen After 200: Reading After the Bicentenaries, the K-SAA Comms Team were trea
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Join Us for A Virtual Event: Emily Sun, On the Horizon of World Literature

Please join us as we celebrate the recent publication of Emily Sun’s book, On the Horizon of World Literature: Forms of Modernity in Romantic England and Republican China. Dr. Sun will be joined by four other panelists to discuss her work and its larger connections to Romantic Studies. See the flyer and Zoom link information below.   Please join us!  Emily Sun: Celebrating Barnard Authors Thursday, October
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