2009 NASSR Conference program: Duke, May 21-24

There’s just enough time left to plan a trip to Durham for the 2009 NASSR Conference; the program is available on this page.

Among the presenters and topics will be Frances Ferguson on progress, Rei Terada on Adorno, Ted Underwood on secularization, Gillen D’Arcy Wood on the nightingale, Mark Parker on the literary magazine, Michael Macovski on the Romantic museum, Piya Pal-Lipinski on phantasmic torture, Noel Jackson on melancholy, Jeffrey Robinson on Shelley and avantgarde Modernism, a roundtable celebrating the career of Robert Gleckner, Tillotama Rajan on excitability, Tim Michael on Shelley and skeptical idealism, Kevis Goodman on nostalgia, Michael Gamer on the collected author, Jonathan Mulrooney on Keats’s Hyperion, Denise Gigante on the essay form, Tom Mole on Byron in bronze, Nicholas Halmi on truth in Don Juan, Adam Potkay on post-modern ecology, Diane Hoeveler on the gothic and modernity, Mark Canuel on utility,…too many intriguing possibilities to list!  This promises to be a great conference.


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