Baltimore

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39.308

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-76.617

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Maryland

Books, 2005

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Books, 2004

April, 2008

Note: Compiling bibliographies of very recent publications is a task fraught with the perils of inaccuracy—publication dates change, publishers' websites are out of date or wrong, libraries do not have copies on the shelves yet, etc. Readers who see errors in the listings here are encouraged to make them known to the bibliographer, Kyle Grimes, at kgrimes@uab.edu. And

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Books, 2002

April, 2008

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Books, 2000

April, 2008

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Site Four: Romantic Populism and Insurgent Civil Society

This is a hyperlinked dialogue between Steve Newman and Professor Jerome Christensen, author of groundbreaking works on Romanticism. The discussion is built on four sites: 1) Professor Christensen's Romantic education during the rise of Continental theory in the American academy; 2) His critique of the prescriptions posited by new historicism in contrast to Romanticism's ethical imperative to converse; 3) The notion of a Romantic pedagogy in light of his work in digital media and its configurations of consumption as "addiction"; and 4) The place of our teaching and research in relationship to an increasing corporate academy and the cultures of the street.
June 2002

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Lussier, "Enlightenment East and West: An Introduction to Romanticism and Buddhism"

Rather than summarizing the essays appearing in this special issue of Romantic Circles Praxis, this introductory essay provides a historical context for the emergence of what is now termed 'Buddhism' into European consciousness during the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. This essay appears in _Romanticism and Buddhism_, a volume of _Romantic Circles Praxis Series_, prepared exclusively for Romantic Circles (http://www.rc.umd.edu/), University of Maryland.
February 2007

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