By Honor Rieley
Every Thursday, English Faculty Building, Seminar Room A.
*Extra seminar on Wednesday of Week 2.*
Week 1, 17 October:
Daniel Cook, University of Dundee.
*Week 2, 23 October:
David Bromwich, Yale University.
Romanticism, Justice, and the Idea of the Nation.
Week 2, 24 October:
Octavia Cox, University of Oxford.
Pope, Cowper, and the Epic.
Week 3, 31 October:
Joseph Crawford, University of Exeter.
‘Behindhand With Their Countrymen’: The Literary Culture of 18th Century Exeter.
Week 4, 7 November:
Alexander Freer, University of Cambridge.
Wordsworth, Coleridge and the Untranslatable.
Week 5, 14 Nov:
Céline Sabiron, University of Oxford.
Writing the Border: Walter Scott and the Travel Narrative.
Week 6, 21 November:
Paul Whickman, University of Nottingham.
The Promethean Conqueror, the Galilean Serpent and the Jacobin Jesus: Shelley’s Interpretation(s) of Jesus Christ.
Week 7, 28 November:
Murdo Macdonald, University of Dundee.
The Significance of James Macpherson’s Ossian for the Art of J. M. W. Turner.
Week 8, 5 December:
Rebecca Shuttleworth, University of Leicester.
Rationality, Religion, and Female Dissent: Elizabeth Heyrick (1769–1831).