Roger Whitson deposited Digital Blake 2.0 in the group LLC English Romantic on MLA Commons 7 years, 6 months ago
In an essay entitled “Digital Blake,” J. Hillis-Miller (2006) asks a question which dominates discussions of William Blake’s relationship to New Media: “[w]ould Blake have approved of the William Blake Archive?” (p29). The Archive has itself been the focus of enormous theoretical reflection. The “Articles about the Archive” section on the Archive…[Read more]
Roger Whitson deposited Applied Blake: Milton’s Response to Empire in the group LLC English Romantic on MLA Commons 7 years, 6 months ago
Studying William Blake means studying the event of history, the way history merges with and emerges within theology, politics and philosophy. William Blake’s poetry has had a precarious relationship with history; his work resonates from very specific historical concerns and yet also seems to struggle against being confined to any formal h…[Read more]
Janet Ruth Heller posted an update in the group LLC English Romantic on MLA Commons 7 years, 10 months ago
Joyce Meier of Michigan State University and I are editing a collection of scholarly essays on the theme of Voice and Empowerment in English studies. Cambridge Scholars Publishing is interested in publishing this book.
As faculty members, we try to empower our students and to encourage them to develop their own voices. We also…[Read more]
Gabrielle Malcolm started the topic Jane Austen: Fan Phenomena – call for chapter submissions in the forum The English Romantic Period on MLA Commons 9 years, 4 months ago
Call for Submissions
FAN PHENOMENA: JANE AUSTEN
Editor: Gabrielle Malcolm
A Call for Essay/Chapter Submissions for a collection on the Fan Culture of Jane Austen.
This book will be an edited collection of essays and texts on the Fan Phenomena of Jane Austen. It will be a new addition to the successful Fan Phenomena…[Read more]
Maureen Noelle McLane posted an update in the group LLC English Romantic on MLA Commons 9 years, 5 months ago
TO: Romanticists and Friends of:
There will be FOUR panels sponsored or co-sponsored by the Division on the English Romantic Period at the upcoming MLA: MARK YOUR CALENDARS and support Romanticism!
Please do attend: in the middle of various MLA consolidation pushes (see the Restoration and late-18th C. Divisional duress), it is important…[Read more]