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Flyover States (Part 1)

[This post is the first of a series devoted to the 2012 International Conference on Romanticism. More soon will follow and pick up where this post leaves off.] I’ve never been able to sleep on planes. Actually, I’ve never been able to sleep in any kind of moving vehicle, but planes seem to offer the … Continue reading

Call for Papers – 2013 MVSA Conference, “Victorian Belief/Victorian Doubt”

Midwest Victorian Studies Association (MVSA) Call for Papers – 2013 Conference, “Victorian Belief/Victorian Doubt,” April 12-14, Cleveland, Ohio For our 2013 conference we invite presentations, panels, and entertainments from scholars of art, music, history, history of science, and literature on topics related to Victorian belief and doubt. These could include religions, superstitions, and convictions of … Continue reading

Boulder Papers

Previous posts in Reason & Romanticism have toed the line between blog entry and academic paper, but this one stands squarely in the category of the former. Last night I returned from a five-day stay in beautiful Boulder, Colorado, where I attended the 20th annual British Women Writers Conference. It was my first conference presentation … Continue reading

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