Romantic

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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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December 8, 2016
Join us in congratulating the following projects for receiving grants from the Center for Literary and Comparative Studies' Fall 2016 grant cycle.
December 8, 2016
The University Sustainability Fund has approximately $390,000 available this year for projects that promote environmental sustainability and positively impact the student experience at University of Maryland.   The final deadline for applications is Sunday, January 15.  Projects can receive funding for $2,000 or more.  If you need less than $2,000 for your project, you may apply for a Sustainability Fund Mini-Grant.  Since 2011, more than $1,500,000 has been granted to 90 sustainability projects including Terp Farm, the Sphagnum Moss Water Treatment System at Eppley Recreation Center, the Partnership for Action Learning in Sustainability (PALS), campus lighting upgrades, rain gardens, and research projects. 
December 6, 2016
Join us in congratulating Ralph Bauer who has been elected by the Executive Committee of the Society of Early Americanists as the incoming Executive Coordinator of the Society. Ralph will serve a two-year term, 2017-19, as Executive Coordinator, then as Vice President, 2019-21, and then as President of the Society, 2021-23.  
December 6, 2016
Stanley Plumly published his most recent poetry collection Against Sunset. Of the collection, David Wojahn writes, "This degree of artistry is sadly rare in contemporary poetry, and it allows [Plumly] to bear, always with nobility, the losses and rueful reckonings that are forced upon us in our twilight years."
December 3, 2016
This year the University of Maryland Charity Campaign is asking for your support and generosity...
December 2, 2016
Brian Richardson presented a paper on “The Problem with Postmodernism” at the ALSCW conference at the Catholic University of America in Washington DC in October. His article, “The Difference of Fiction,” is being published in Life and Narrative: The Risks and Responsibilities of Storying Experience, edited by Brian Schiff (Oxford). A Chinese translation of his co-authored volume, Narrative Theory: Core Concepts and Critical Debates has just been published by Beijing Normal University Press.
December 2, 2016
Danuta Hinc chaired two Slavic and Eastern European Languages and Literatures panels at the 2016 South Central MLA Conference in Dallas, TX in November.
December 2, 2016
Cameron Mozafari and Linda Coleman presented papers on October 27 at the "Terps Talk Politics" conference, sponsored by Chelona, the University of Maryland graduate student branch of the Rhetorical Society of America. Cameron's paper was "Corpus Approaches to Analyzing Rhetorical Commonplaces in Primary Speeches," and Linda's was "'Just so you understand, OK?: The Interactive Rhetoric of Donald Trump." 
December 2, 2016
Kellie Robertson has been appointed to the editorial board of the new Penn Literature and Science Series (University of Pennsylvania Press). She has also joined the editorial advisory board of The Sewanee Review. In November, she presented her research at the Oecologies seminar in Vancouver, BC, giving a talk entitled “Ecologies of Scale.”
December 2, 2016
Maggie Ellen Ray's article "John Taylor and the Ghost of Long Meg of Westminster: Authorship and Poetic Authority in The Womens Sharpe Revenge,” was recently published in Studies in Philology 113.4 (Fall 2016). The article examines the links between the works in John Taylor's Folio and the pseudonymous defense of women titled "The Womens Sharpe Revenge," arguing not only for Taylor's authorship of the defense text but also that he uses the figure of the marginal women throughout his literary corpus to establish his own poetic authority.