Essays in Romanticism, a peer-reviewed journal edited by Alan Vardy, is the official journal of the International Conference on Romanticism, succeeding Prism(s): Essays in Romanticism. Available to purchase as a single issue, EiR continues the tradition of its predecessor in encouraging contributions within an interdisciplinary and comparative framework. More broadly, it welcomes submissions on any aspect of Romanticism, and especially work using emergent or innovative perspectives and approaches.
Alan Vardy, Hunter College and the Graduate Center, CUNY.
Contributors From Alexis to Scott and De Quincey: Walladmor and the Irony of Pseudotranslation, Brecht de Groote and Tom Toremans Sheep, Fairies, and Hogg: Biopolitics of the Ettrick Shepherd, Ron Broglio John Clare's Attempt to Save Poetry in "Don Juan: A Poem," Scott Levin Geometry, the Body, and Affect in Wordsworth's The Ruined Cottage, Aaron Ottinger Catastrophe and Form; or, an Experiment in Formal Historicism, Michele Speitz Freedom, Persistence, and the Minimum Conditions of Historicity in Hegel and Kant, Jonathan Crimmins Index