The essays on Teaching Global Romanticism collected here present varied approaches to teaching Romanticism in a global context through individual assignments, units, and syllabi. The contributors share ways to enrich pedagogical approaches to Romantic literature and culture with texts and ideas from beyond Britain and America. These essays discuss how literature guides students’ engagement with international themes and issues in the Romantic period and after. The initiative for this volume began under the leadership of William Stroup.
- “Dark Ecology”: Race, Gender and the Environment | February 2020
- Romantic Lives, Romantic Archives | February 2020
- Wild Romanticism: North America in the British Romantic Imagination, 1780–1830 | February 2020
- Recovering British Romantic Women Travel Writers | February 2020
- Lyric Conditions: Survival and Reproduction | February 2020