In addition to the latest Praxis Series volume, “The Politics of Shelley: History, Theory, Form,” edited by Matthew C. Borushko, Romantic Circles has recently revamped its reviews section. The new Reviews and Receptions page, edited by Suzanne L. Barnett, Roger Whitson, and Ross Wilson, has a number of new and innovative features including live BookChats, interviews, and a guide to Romanticism and Popular Culture, to name a few.
The new Praxis Series volume, “The Politics of Shelley: History, Theory, Form,” contains:
- Matthew C. Borushko, Introduction
- Mischa Willett, “Shelley’s Spasmodic Afterlife”
- Michael Demson, “Remembering John Cahuac: Post-Peterloo Repression and the Fate of Radical-Romantic Satire”
- Matthew C. Borushko, “Aesthetics of Nonviolence: Shelley, Adorno, Rancière”
- Joshua D. Lambier, “Shelley’s Aesthetic Dimension: The Politics of Resistance and Reform”
- Jared McGeough, “Masks of An-Archy: Shelley, Rancière, and the Anarchist Turn”
The first Reviews & Receptions BookChat is a discussion of Evan Gottlieb’s Romantic Globalism: British Literature and Modern World Order, 1750-1830 (Ohio State UP, 2014), moderated by Roger Whitson and featuring Siobhan Carroll, James Mulholland, Miranda Burgess, and Evan Gottlieb.