Advanced survery of authors, themes, genres, and/or cultural context in a British or American literary period. Representative topics: British Renaissance; Restoration and Eighteenth Century; Victorian; American Renaissance.
Dates: June 18 - July 13, 2018; Grad student standing
Next year, May 2019, will mark the 200th anniversary of Walt Whitman's birth and this seminar will indulge in an intensive engagement with his Leaves of Grass of 1855 as one of the definitive texts of American Romanticism. Taking our lead from the current scholarly conversations about Whitman, the course will pay special attention to the cultural context of the 1850s, questions of historical poetics, and to questions about the role of Leaves in today's American canon. Due to the compressed nature of this semester, the seminar essays will be due several weeks after the end of classes.
Due to the compressed nature of this semester, the seminar essays will be due several weeks after the end of classes.
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