Sean Gorman Writer, lecturer and researcher. Sean Gorman has studied and worked in the Indigenous Studies field for 20 years.
The Journal of Nineteenth-Century Americanists 3. Religious Sentiment and Violence in the Early Works. Literary Greatness and the American Sublime. New Essays on Emerson and International Culture.
Sophie Laniel-Musitelli and Thomas Constantinesco. New York and London: The American Goethe and his Female Disciples. The Significance of F.
Qualia and Criteria in Emerson and Poe.
Emerson as International Tourist, University of Pennsylvania Press. Emerson and his Contemporaries. Alfred Bendixen and Stephen Burt. A Journal of the American Renaissance History and Heritage in New England.
University Press of New England, A Power to Translate the World: A free PDF of the book may be downloaded at openbookpublishers.
The Matter of Suffering.
Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry James. A Journal of Theory and Practice 8. A Contemporary Turn in Emerson Studies. Finding a Way of Cultural Criticism.
Richard Rorty and the Idea of a Poeticized Culture. Volume IX, Poems Toward a Female Genealogy of Transcendentalism. U of Georgia P.
Argersinger and Phyllis Cole. Emerson Thrives in Colorado Springs. U of North Carolina P.Cope, Rachel Rachel Cope is an associate professor of Church history and doctrine at Brigham Young University. She received a PhD in American history (with an emphasis in women’s history and religious history) from Syracuse University in Her essays have been listed five times as “Notable” in Houghton Mifflin’s annual Best American Essays series.
She has received a National Endowment for the Arts Literature Fellowship, twice been awarded a Maine Arts Commission Individual Artist Fellowship, and was a MacDowell Colony Fellow.
Rachel has published several articles on American women’s spirituality and conversion in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, which have appeared in various edited volumes and journals, including Journal of Spirituality, Lifewriting Annual: Biographical and Autobiographical Studies, Religion in the Age of Enlightenment, New.
Jonathan Edwin Eugene Pettit Reviewed manuscripts for Lifewriting Annual Asian Studies Annual Conference (endorsed by Society for the Study of Chinese Religions) “Resurrecting Maoshan: The Renovation of Temple Ruins in Medieval Daoism,”.
Her creative nonfiction appeared in academic journals (Life Writing, New Writing), anthologies (Lifewriting Annual, Anthology of Imagination & Place) and literary magazines (Post Road, Nashville Review, Two Bridges, bioStories, NDQ, Epiphany, New England Review, and Hippocampus Magazine).
Sarah Savitt is studying for an MPhil in American Literature at Clare College, Cambridge. I hope each one of us owns the facts of his or her own life.
1 I n this new collection of essays Hermione Lee recalls discovering that she had a walk-on part in a biography of Brian Moore – unfortunately.