Eng Grad: D. 19th C

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Bodies, Humans, Persons, Citizens: Theories of Black Personhood in the 19th Century

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What is an archive? How might the form or content of archives invent, challenge, or narrate knowledge of the past? How do archives silence? What is... (read more)

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Wonham, Henry

This seminar will explore the astounding emergence and institutionalization of “leisure” as a cultural phenomenon in post-Civil War America. Most, if not all, of the defining leisure activities and organizations of our own era—amateur sports and fitness associations, professional spectator... (read more)

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Pyle, Forest

This seminar will explore nineteenth-century British culture as an extended response to the following question: how does this historical period -- one that includes cultural forms we call Romantic as well as those we classify as Victorian -- become the epoch of feeling? To respond to this... (read more)

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Course Description: Together with ENG 391 (19th Century American Novel), ENG 392 (20th Century American Novel) forms a chronological upper-division survey of the American novel from 1800-2000. These courses can be taken as a sequence, or they can be taken individually. No prerequisites are... (read more)

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Pyle, Forest

This seminar will explore nineteenth-century British culture as an extended response to the following question: how does this historical period — one that includes cultural forms we call Romantic as well as those we classify as Victorian — become the epoch of feeling? To respond to this question... (read more)