Romanticism 22.2

The new issue of Romanticism, focused on John Keats, is now available. It contains the following articles:

Richard Cronin, “Keats and the Double Life of Poetry”

Nikki Hessell, “John Keats and Indian Medicine”

Li Ou, “Keats, Sextus Empiricus, and Medicine”

Meiko O’Halloran, “Sage, humanist, and physician to all men: Keats and Romantic Conceptualisations of the Poet”

Gregory Tate, “Keats, Myth, and the Science of Sympathy”

James Robert Allard, “Bureaucracy, Pedagogy, Surgery: Keats, Guy’s, and the ‘Institution’ of Medicine”

Grant F. Scott, “New Severn Watercolours from the Voyage to Italy with Keats”

Stefanie John, “‘Precision Instruments for Dreaming’: Anatomizing Keats in Pauline Stainer’s The Wound-dresser’s Dream


European Romantic Review 27.4

The new issue of ERR, on “Scottish Romanticism,” contains the following articles:

Murray Pittock, “Introduction”

Pauline Mackay, “‘Low, tame, and loathsome ribaldry’: Bawdry in Romantic Scotland”

Murray Pittock, “Thresholds of Memory: Birch and Hawthorn in the Poetry of Robert Burns”

Vivien Estelle Williams, “The Bagpipe and Romanticism: Perceptions of Ossianic ‘Northernness'”

Caroline McCracken-Flesher, “Better than to Arrive: The Last Voyage of Walter Scott, Romantic”

Angela Esterhammer, “John Galt’s The Omen: Interpretation and its Discontents”

The issue features reviews by Jan Plug, Ian Haywood, Jon Mee, Laura White, Tom Mole, Cian Duffy, James H. Donelan, Ashton Nichols, Evan Gottlieb, Bridget Keegan, Gary Kelly, and Cynthia Schoolar Williams.

Romanticism 22.1 now available

The new issue of Romanticism is now available. It contains the following articles:

Jessica Fay, “A Question of Loyalty: Wordsworth and the Beaumonts, Catholic Emancipation and Ecclesiastical Sketches

Tim Fulford, “The Materialization of the Lyric and the Romantic Construction of Place: Bards and Beasts on Dartmoor”

Jasmine Jagger, “Wordsworth, Coleridge, and the Healing Powers of the Imagination”

Tess Somervell, “Mediating Vision: Wordsworth’s Allusions to Thomson’s Seasons in The Prelude

Frederick Burwick, “Wordsworth’s ‘bright cavern of romance’”

Alan Rawes, “Shelley’s ‘compelling rhyme schemes’ in The Triumph of Life

Alan Weinberg, “Freedom from the Stranglehold of Time: Shelley’s Visionary Conception in Queen Mab




European Romantic Review 27.3 now available

The new issue of ERR, on “Romanticism & Rights,” is now available. It includes the following articles:

Michelle Faubert & Peter Melville, “Introduction: Romanticism and Rights”

Joel Faflak, “Right to Romanticism”

Kevin Hutchings, “Cultural Genocide and the First Nations of Upper Canada: Some Romantic-era Roots of Canada’s Residential School System”

Warren Cariou, “Indigenous Rights and the Undoomed Indian”

Sophie Thomas, “Human Objects, Object Rights: from Elgin’s Marbles to Bullock’s Laplanders”

Lisa Vargo, “Anna Barbauld and Natural Rights: The Case of ‘Inscription for an Ice-House'”

Kathryn Ready, “Meliorating Much? Malthus, the Aikin Family, and Post-Revolutionary Disssenting (and Gender) Politics”

Jillian Heydt-Stevenson & Kurtis Hessel, “Queen Mab, Wollstonecraft, and Spinoza: Teaching ‘Nature’s Primal Modesty'”

George C. Grinnell, “Equiano’s Refusal: Slavery, Suicide Bombing, and Negation”

Gerold Sedlmayr, “Ownership of the Body, the Sacralization of the Person, and the Right to Bodily Integrity in William Godwin’s Caleb Williams”

Mary A. Favret, “The Right to Work, the Right to Live”

Joshua D. Lambier, “A Capacity to Resist: Kant’s Aesthetics and the Right of Revolution”

Lise Gaston, “Gossip Economies: Jane Austen, Lady Susan, and the Right to Self-Fashion”

Jennifer L. Hargrave, “Romanticizing the Chinese Landscape”


European Romantic Review 27.2 now available

The new issue of ERR is now available. It contains the following articles:

Michael J. Franklin, “‘Harmonious’ Jones and ‘Honest John’ Shore: Contrasting Responses of Garden Reach Neighbors to the Experience of India”

Michael Allis, “‘A canvas of endless extent’: Granville Bantock, Robert Southey and The Curse of Kehama Project”

Danielle Barkley, “Crossing Borders: Geographic and Generic Expansiveness in Letitia Landon’s Romance and Reality”

Joseph Albernaz, “John Clare’s World”

Omar F. Miranda, “The Celebrity of Exilic Romance: Francisco de Miranda and Lord Byron”

Alexander Grammatikos, “‘Let Us Look At Them As They Are’: Lord Byron and Modern Greek Language, Literature, and Print Culture”

Tristram Wolff, “Arbitrary, Natural, Other: J. G. Herder and Ideologies of Linguistic Will”

European Romantic Review 27.1 now available

The new issue of ERR, on “China and the British Romantic Imagination,” is now available. It contains the following articles:

Peter J. Kitson, “Introduction: China and the British Romantic Imagination”

Elizabeth Chang, “Chinese Flowers and the Idea of Cultivation in Early-Nineteenth-Century British Word and Image”

William Christie, “China in Early Romantic Periodicals”

Nicola Lloyd, “‘Rebellion in the Celestial Empire’: Sino-Irish Sympathy in Sydney Owenson’s Florence Macarthy”

Peter J. Kitson, “‘The Kindness of my Friends in England’: Chinese Visitors to Britain in the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries and Discourses of Friendship and Estrangement”


European Romantic Review 26.6 now available

The December 2015 issue of ERR is now available. It contains the following articles:

Jordan Sellers, Zero Ground: Mapping Maritime Commemoration in the Age of Nelson

Amy Mallory-Kani, “Contagious Air[s]”: Wordsworth’s Poetics and Politics of Immunity

Matthew Rowney, Broken Arbour: “The Ruined Cottage” and Deforestation

James Kelly, Earnestness and Reality: Oratory and Speech in the Fiction of John and Michael Banim

Jonas Cope, “Illusive Light”: Thomas Dermody, the Aisling and Archipelagic Romanticism

Jeanne M. Britton, Fictional Footnotes, Romantic Orientalism, and the Remediated Novel: Elizabeth Hamilton’s Translation of the Letters of a Hindoo Rajah

Nicholas Halmi, The Anti-Historicist Historicism of German Romantic Architecture

European Romantic Review 26.5 now available

The new issue of ERR is now available. It contains the following articles:

Scott R. MacKenzie, “Pastoral against Pastoral Modernity: Voices of Shepherds and Sheep in James Hogg’s Scotland”

Sharon Smith, “‘I Cannot Harm Thee Now’: The Ethic of Satire in Anna Barbauld’s Mock-Heroic Poetry”

Katey Castellano, “Cobbett’s Commons: Monastic Economies in A History of the Protestant ‘Reformation’

Lisa Ann Robertson, “‘Swallowed Up In Impression’: Humphry Davy’s Materialist Theory of Embodied Transcendence and William Wordsworth’s ‘Tintern Abbey'”

Cian Duffy, “Percy Shelley’s ‘Unfinished Drama’ and the Problem of the Jane Williams Poems”

Elizabeth A. Neiman, “A New Perspective on the Minerva Press’s ‘Derivative’ Novels: Authorizing Borrowed Material”

Amanda Paxton, “Romantic Flashbacks: Coleridge, De Quincey, and Duration”


Romanticism 21.3 now available

The new issue of Romanticism (21.3) is now available. It contains the following articles:

Harriet Kramer Linkin, “Mary Tighe’s Newly Discovered Letters and Journals to Caroline Hamilton”

John Pierce, “The Suspension of Sensibility in Amelia Opie’s Early Poetry”

Alys Mostyn, “Leigh Hunt’s ‘World of Books’: Bibliomania and the Fancy”

Robin Jarvis, “Hydromania: Perspectives on Romantic Swimming”

Joanna E. Taylor, “(Re-)Mapping the ‘native vale’: Sara Coleridge’s Phantasmion

Timothy Whelan, “Coleridge, Jonathan Edwards, and the ‘edifice of Fatalism’”

European Romantic Review 26.4 now available

The new issue of ERR is now available. It focuses on “Romanticism in Scandinavia” and includes the following articles:

Robert W. Rix, “Introduction: Romanticism in Scandinavia”

Gunilla Hermansson, “Isles of Felicity – Negotiating a Place for Poetry in Swedish and Danish Romanticism”

Lis Møller, “Refashioning the “Marsk Stig” Ballads: B.S. Ingemann’s The Childhood of King Erik Menved and Carsten Hauch’s Marsk Stig

Robert W. Rix, “‘In darkness they grope’: Ancient Remains and Romanticism in Denmark”

Gry Hedin, “Hieroglyphical Boulders: Johan Thomas Lundbye as Mediator between Art and Science”

Charles I. Armstrong, “Henrik Wergeland’s Bouquet: Fredrika Bremer, Sentimentality and Nationalism in Jan van Huysum’s Flower Piece