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Faculty Bookshelf

Co-Editor,The Cambridge Companion to Textual Scholarship
Cambridge University Press,2013
Co-Editor,The Complete Poetry of Percy Bysshe Shelley, vol. 3
Johns Hopkins University Press,2012
Romantic Sobriety: Sensation, Revolution, Commodification, History
The Johns Hopkins University Press,2011
Author,Electric Meters: Victorian Physiological Poetics
Ohio University/Swallow Press,2009
Fantastic Modernity: Dialectical Readings in Romanticism and Theory
Johns Hopkins University Press,2000

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July 30, 2015
The Diamondback published an article detailing Plumly's recent accolade, the 2015 Truman Capote Award for Literary Criticism. Keep reading to learn more.
July 27, 2015
As part of the Folger Institute's Work in Progress Lunchtime Talk Series, Coles will present her current project, "'There is neither male nor female': Spenser and Pauline Universalism."
July 23, 2015
Research builds upon work Trudell presented as part of "Sound+" conference held at UMD in spring 2014. 
July 21, 2015
In May 2015, Christopher Randolph (BA, '91) was appointed an Administrative Appeals Judge for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.  He serves on the Medicare Appeals Council, part of the Departmental Appeals Board. The Council decides appeals, on behalf of the Secretary of HHS, of decisions by Administrative Law Judges on Medicare coverage and payment.
July 21, 2015
Emily Mitchell's brand new collection, Viral: Stories, published by Norton on June 29, was featured in the New York Times Sunday Book Review (July 10, 2015).
July 15, 2015
For "Synergies among Digital Humanities & African American History & Culture: An Integrated Research and Training Model"
July 2, 2015
Provost Rankin's announcement follows, and lauds Cohen's achievements as a scholar, teacher, and administrator.
June 30, 2015
MFA program alums have published their work in The New Yorker and Agni, among other places. Continue reading to view their recent accomplishments.
June 12, 2015
Sangeea Ray gave the Plenary talk at the South Asian Research institute Conference on Heritage and Ruptures titled, "Ecological Intimacy in South Asian Fiction" organized by Paris XIII and Paris Ouest on May 28, 2015. On June 11th she gave a talk titled Reading Conspiracy, Reading Sexuality in A Case of Exploding Mangoes,"  at Freie Uiniversity in Berlin 
June 11, 2015
This spring semester, Kellie Robertson has been on research leave finishing a monograph on medieval science and literature and working on another project about medieval public discourse. During that time, she also presented “Dangerous Science” at the Modern Language Association Meeting in Vancouver and gave an invited lecture at Washington and Lee University entitled “Bawds and ABAWDs: Able Bodies in Historical Perspective,” a paper that examines the long history of disability rhetoric in labor laws.