Discussion Board

Welcome to the group!

This is a space to ask questions, discuss with your Romanticist graduate peers, and participate as a member of the caucus.

Chairs will also post calls for papers and discussion topics within this forum, stay tuned!

6 Replies to “Discussion Board”

  1. I am an advance PhD candidate in Indiana University Bloomington. My research interests include interventions made by women writers into questions of British nationalism and citizenship in the late eighteenth through the early nineteenth century. I am eager to interact with scholars who share similar research interest, even remotely.
    Thank you!

  2. Hi Mahasweta! Great to meet you and we are very glad that you found our blog. The NASSR Grad Caucus also has a Facebook Group — please join us there for announcements and another venue to connect with grad students studying Romanticism. Feel free to email me if you have specific questions about the group: kirstyn dot leuner at gmail.com.

  3. Hi I am a graduate student researching on Graphic memoir-illness narratives-challenges of care giving .Kindly form discussion group for mutual interest and better interpretation of visual narratives

  4. If any of you happen to be in New York, you might be interested in a new musical based on Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, running Off-Broadway.
    I started writing it when I was a graduate student myself, a long time ago. At that time I thought I would try to “follow” the novel. As I learned more about the medium of musical theatre, I realized that a good work of theatre has different needs than a novel. So I would rather say that it “honors” it’s source material.
    I’d like to hear what you think.
    -Eric Sirota

  5. Hi everyone!

    We have been editing and revising how we use our platform in order to practice our commitment to elevating the voices and experiences of those violently suppressed and silenced within the systems of white supremacy. In order to put these words into action, we have decided to extend the deadline for our NGSC blog series and open up the CFP to further include works focused upon decolonizing Romantic studies and including diverse voices. We know there is so much more to be done, we are always open to hearing from our peers what they want to see from their caucus. Details regarding how we have revised our blog series is listed under “posts” as is our statement of solidarity.

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