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Keats-Shelley Journal Feature: Beth Lau

This post is the third in a series presenting blog publications from the authors featured in the latest volume of the Keats-Shelley Journal, Volume LXV. In these short pieces, authors reflect on their recent work and dialogue with other scholars in the discipline. Below is a Q&A with Beth Lau addressing her article “Analyzing Keats’s Library by Genre”. This series is curated by Lindsey Seatter, for the Keat . . .
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Keats-Shelley Journal Feature: Kim Wheatley

This post is the second in a series presenting blog publications from the authors featured in the latest volume of the Keats-Shelley Journal, Volume LXV. In these short pieces, authors reflect on their recent work and dialogue with other scholars in the discipline. Below is a Q&A with Kim Wheatley addressing her article “‘Strange Forms’: Percy Bysshe Shelley’s Wandering Jew and St. Irvyne& . . .
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K-SAA @ MLA 2019: CFP “Masks of Anarchy Now”

The Keats-Shelley Association of America invites abstracts for “Masks of Anarchy Now,” at MLA 2019, January 3-6 in Chicago, IL. During the age of Trump, we arguably find ourselves in another time of Peterloos, rife with repeated incidents of racial, political, sexual, ecological, media violence—both state-supported or otherwise systemic. Such events certainly instigate awareness of the varied shapes of oppression as . . .
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Shelley Conference: Anna Mercer on Organising the 2017 Shelley Conference

To finish our series of interviews from the 2017 Shelley conference in London, Anna Mercer talks to us about her experience of organising the conference and her hopes for its continuation in 2019. The Shelley Conference took place in September 2017 at Senate House, London, University of London and was co-organised by Anna Mercer and Harrie Neal.   Delegates gather at Senate House to hear Prof Kelvin Everest̵ . . .
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Shelley Conference: Kirstin Mills on Mary Shelley and the Landscapes of the Mind

Kirstin Mills (Macquarie University) reflects on her Shelley Conference paper: ‘Journeying through the Landscapes of the Mind: the Shelleys, Space, and the Psychological Sciences’. Mills discusses the significance of Mary Shelley’s travel writings after the death of her husband, before looking at what we can learn from Mary’s writings on psychological trauma.    Engraving of Byron’s Villa Diodati on . . .
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Ellen Nicholls interviews Yin Yuan at MLA 2018

K-SAA Communications Fellow Ellen Nicholls chats with Yin Yuan of Boston College following the paper she delivered at the South Asia and Romanticism panel during MLA 2018.   . . .
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Report from the Annual Awards Dinner 2018

On 6 January 2018, friends of the Keats-Shelley Association of America met in Manhattan, New York, for a convivial evening of chatter and drinks, delicious food, and awards for our Distinguished Scholars. This event takes place each year at the MLA convention. In 2018 the venue was the 3 West Club on 51st street. The previous days had seen dramatic weather hit the east coast – forecasters were calling the snow storm . . .
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Ellen Nicholls interviews Christopher Kelleher at MLA 2018

K-SAA Communications Fellow Ellen Nichols spoke with Christopher Kelleher of the University of Toronto following the paper he delivered at the South Asia and Romanticism panel during MLA 2018. . . .
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Keats-Shelley Journal Feature: James Bryant Reeves

This post is the first in a series presenting blog publications from the authors featured in the latest volume of the Keats-Shelley Journal, Volume LXV. In these short pieces, authors reflect on their recent work and dialogue with other scholars in the discipline. Below is a Q&A with James Bryant Reeves addressing his article “Unbelief and Sympathy in Shelley and Hogg’s Letters to Ralph Wedgwood” . . .
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Ellen Nicholls interviews Daniel E. White at MLA 2018

K-SAA Communications Fellow Ellen Nicholls interviewed Daniel E. White of the University of Toronto, who served as respondent on the South Asia and Romanticism panel during MLA 2018. . . .
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