[Milton-L] Diane Hoeveler Book Chat

James Rovira jamesrovira at gmail.com
Wed Dec 7 17:21:26 EST 2016

Somewhat out of Milton's period, but in case any list members are
interested in the Gothic:

I am pleased to announce that I will be hosting an online book chat devoted
to the life and work of Dr. Diane Hoeveler
<http://www.marquette.edu/english/hoeveler.shtml> for Romantic Circles
Reviews and Receptions <https://www.rc.umd.edu/>, an online, open-access,
peer-reviewed website devoted to Romantic-era studies. Diane
Hoeveler worked out of Marquette University, and her work focused on the
Brontës, feminism, and the gothic in eighteenth and nineteenth-century
The chat will be held this Friday, December 9th, from about 10:00 a.m. to
11:30 a.m. ET. Three of Diane's previous collaborators will be joining the
chat to discuss Diane as a friend, a person, and a scholar.

Participants and their topics will include

   - Dr. James Rovira -- Chair and Associate Prof. of English, Mississippi
   College: Host.
   - Dr. Beth Lau -- Prof. of English, Cal State Long Beach: *Romantic
   Androgyny* and the  Brontë project
   - Dr. Deborah Morse -- Vera W. Barkley Professor of English, College of
   William and Mary: her own Brontë projects with Diane.
   - Dr. Angela H Wright -- Professor of English, The University of
   Sheffield: *The Gothic Ideology* and other works.

We will be using the platform Zoom (http://zoom.us) for the chat, which
will be recorded and then archived. A URL for the archived chat will be
made available here and on the Romantic Circles website soon. Participants
who wish to view the chat live may do so starting at 10:00 a.m. ET at the
following link: https://zoom.us/j/441957260

Jim R
Dr. James Rovira
Chair and Associate Professor of English
Mississippi College
Blake and Kierkegaard: Creation and Anxiety
Continuum 2010
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