Romantic Circles Features
& Events
Editors: Laura Mandell and
Michael Eberle-Sinatra

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Features

This section seeks to provide a rotating series of features of particular interest to Romanticists. We welcome other scholars to propose features of their own: exhibits of texts and/or images, transcriptions of live or virtual seminars and discussions, constellations and tours of relevant web pages and other virtual sites. We are especially interested in features on aspects of Romantic studies otherwise unrepresented on the WWW, and features that help students in the field discover, digest, and use the growing profusion of relevant information online and in print.
Romantic Pedagogies Online
Edited by Laura Mandell
Alan Liu's Online Projects
Jerome McGann's Online Projects
Wordsworth's Route Over the Simplon in 1790: A Reconstruction

Editors' Dispatches
Latest dispatch: Two New Books Relating to Percy Bysshe Shelley and his Family—the History of their Estates and the Unpublished Letters of Bysshe and Shelley—from Horsham Museum by Susan C. Djabri


Conferences

This section contains information—schedules, calls for papers, and reports—on forthcoming or current conferences in Romantic studies, as well as virtual conferences hosted by or initiated by Romantic Circles, and an archive of conferences between the years 1990 and 1999.
Current and Forthcoming Conferences
Edited by Michael Eberle-Sinatra
Virtual Conferences

Online conferences hosted by Romantic Circles, held in the Villa Diodati MOO.
Conference Archive

This page provides an archive of program copy from conferences and sessions of special interest to Romanticists. It includes a complete record of NASSR and ACR conference programs, as well as MLA sessions sponsored by the Division on the English Romantic Period, the Division on Comparative Studies in Romanticism, the Wordsworth-Coleridge Assocation, the Keats-Shelley Association, and the Byron Society since 1990. It also provides links to the Romantic Circles Virtual Conference series and to conference sites archived on RC and on servers elsewhere.

 


Villa Diodati

Villa Diodati is a five-room MOOspace, located in the virtual world of Romantic Circles. It takes its name from the house in the Swiss village of Cologny, with a splendid view of Lake Leman, that Lord Byron rented in the legendary summer of 1816. Byron and his physician/companion John Polidori were joined at the Villa Diodati throughout the summer by the Shelleys and Claire Clairmont for talks that often lasted long into the night. It was, of course, a famous story-telling contest held at the Villa Diodati that served as the impetus for Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.
Teaching in the Moo
with a bibliography of relevant readings

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