The New York City Romanticism Group
in association with
The Keats-Shelley Association of America
is proud to host
an all-day Symposium
WAS THERE A LITERARY REGENCY?
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 Literature? Regency Libel”
9. Jeanne Moskal, “Owenson, Missionaries, and the Beginning of Regency Literature”
10. Rebecca Nesvet, “From ‘Realms of Gold’ to ‘That Imaginary Kingdom’: The Prominence of El Dorado and Latin America in Regency Literature”
11. Emily Rohrbach, “’Must the Event Decide?’: Regency Histories of the Present, Deferred”
12. Michael Scrivener, “Pedlars and Prophets: Jewish Representation in the Regency”
May 14, 2011
Fordham University, Lincoln Center
New York, NY
12th floor conference room
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Free and open to all; for seating and catering purposes, please register above.
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