Papers, Talks, Presentations

CONFERENCE PAPERS, LECTURES, TALKS

“Anthologos: Romancing the Romantics.” Lecture, Editing the Nineteenth Century: A Symposium. St. Andrews University, Scotland, April 2017.

“What Is All This Sweet Work Worth?” Textual Editing Workshop, Editing the Nineteenth Century: A Symposium. St. Andrews University, Scotland, April 2017.

“What Is a Romantic Poet Anyway?” President’s Lecture, Widener University, Spring 2017: 

“Mary Robinson and Questions of Quality.” Wordsworth Summer Conference. Rydal, UK, August 2016.

“Coleridge in Love.” Humanities Colloquium, Widener University, October 2015.

“‘One Work’: the Lyrical Ballads that Was.” Keynote lecture, Wordsworth Summer Conference. Rydal, UK, August 2014.

“Wordsworth and the Spectral Lyric; or, A Scotland of the Mind.” 129th MLA Annual Convention. Chicago, IL, January 2014.

“Wordsworth Writing Wordsworth.” 2nd Annual English Faculty Lecture, Widener University, September 2013.

“‘Unrememberable Being’: Wordsworth Writing about Writing about Memory.” Wordsworth Summer Conference. Rydal, UK, August 2013.

“Southey and the Forgotten Sonnets of the Morning Post.” Robert Southey and Romanticism: The Lake School in Context. Keswick, UK, July 2013.

“Moulds and Forms: Wordsworth’s 1815 Preface and the Sonnet as Idyllium.” International Conference on Romanticism. Tempe, AZ, November 2012.

“Lyric, Narrative, and Spots of Time in The Trip.” Wordsworth Summer Conference. Grasmere, UK, August 2012.

“Mary Tighe and the Henry Moore Notebooks.” Talk at Chawton House Library. Chawton, UK, July 2012.

“Wordsworth’s Border Lyrics.” College English Association Conference. Richmond, VA, April 2012.

“Wordsworth on the Duddon.” Wordsworth Winter School. Rydal, UK, February 2012.

“Mary Robinson’s Oberon.” International Conference on Romanticism. Montreal, ON, November 2011.

“Wordsworth’s Sonnets, Newspaper Verse, and the ‘Moving Accident.’” Wordsworth Summer Conference. Grasmere, United Kingdom, August, 2011.

“Daniel Stuart and the Poetry of The Morning Post.” British Association for Romantic Studies. University of Glasgow, United Kingdom, July, 2011.

“Financial and Familial Liability in Thomas Holcroft’s The Road to Ruin.” College English Association Conference. St. Petersburg, FL, April 2011.

“The Importance of the Job Letter.” (panelist) College English Association Conference. St. Petersburg, FL, April 2011.

The Duchess, Mary Robinson, and Georgiana’s Social Network.” 126th MLA Annual Convention. Los Angeles, January 2011.

“Mary Robinson and the Della Crusca Network.” Wordsworth Summer Conference. Grasmere, UK, August 2010.

“The Poets ‘Perplext’: Southey, Robinson, and the Poetry of the  Morning Post.” Conference on Southey and Romantic Contexts. Keswick, UK, April, 2010.

“Mary Robinson, the Petrarchan Sappho—or the Sapphic Petrarch?” College English Association Conference. San Antonio, TX, March, 2010.

“Mary Robinson’s ‘Tabitha Bramble Visits the Metropolis.’” International Conference on Romanticism. City University of New York, New York, NY, November 2009.

“Urban and Suburban in Mary Robinson’s Political Poetry.” Conference on Christianity and Literature. Wheaton College, IL, September 2009.

“‘I Rebel—Therefore We Exist’: Reading Milton with Camus.” College English Association Conference. Pittsburgh, PA, March, 2009.

“‘The One Just Man Alive’: Milton and the Poetics of Virtuous Rebellion.” Conference on Christianity and Literature. Bridgewater College, VA, October 2008.

“Byron’s Turkish Tales and Hypermasculinity.” (invited faculty lecture) 2nd International Student Byron Conference, Byron Research Center, Messolonghi, Greece, June 2003.

“The ‘Secret Ministry’ of Fear in Coleridge’s Fears in Solitude Volume.” College English Association Conference. St. Petersburg, FL, April 2003.

“‘Everybody’s A Star’: A Kinky Deconstruction of Tommy and Ziggy Stardust.” 118th MLA Annual Convention. New York City, December 2002.

“Propagating a Race of Devils: Frankenstein and Hereditary Evolution.” (co-authored with John Serembus) College English Association Conference. Cincinnati, OH, April 2002.

“The Non-canonical Lyrical Ballads.” South Atlantic Modern Language Association Conference. Atlanta, GA, November 2001.

“Charlotte Smith and Formal Paradoxy.” College English Association Conference. Charleston, SC, April 2000.

“Recasting Coleridge’s Eminent Characters.” Wordsworth Summer Conference. Grasmere, UK, August 1998.

“‘Still Glides the Stream’: Form and Function in Wordsworth’s The River Duddon.” American Conference on Romanticism. University of Georgia, January 1998.

“Work Without Hope: The Sonnets of Samuel Taylor Coleridge.” Carolinas Symposium on British Studies. Augusta State University, October 1997.

“Inscrutable Evil and the Language of Theodicy in Shelley’s The Cenci.” Philological Association of the Carolinas. Winthrop University, March 1996.

“Re-connecting the Verse Epistle and the Epistolary Novel.” Northeast American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Conference. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, September 1995.

“Forging the Poetical Novel: The Elision of Form in Anna Seward’s Louisa.” North American Society for the Study of Romanticism Conference. U of Maryland—Baltimore County, July 1995.

“Cross-dressing the Sonnet: Mary Robinson’s Sappho and Phaon.” Fourth Annual Conference on 18th- and 19th-Century British Women Writers. University of Notre Dame, March 1995.

“The Sonnet Claim: Self-Canonization and the Women Romantic Poets.” Wordsworth Summer Conference. Grasmere, UK, August 1994.

“From ‘Mingled Measure’ to ‘Ecstatic Measures’: Mary Robinson’s Poetic Reading of ‘Kubla Khan.’” Coleridge Summer Conference. Somerset, England, July 1994.

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