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Review: Joselyn M. Almeida, Reimagining the Transatlantic, 1780–1890 (rev.)

The theoretical rationale for the emergence of transatlantic literary studies has been the recognition of important missed connections under prior modes of critical study and the rectifying power of observing multiple global parties in conversation … Continue reading

Post: Transatlantic Law and Literature II: The Three Faces of Law and Literature

by Brian Wall Before delving into how, as I suggested in my first post, law and literature can enhance our understanding of key nineteenth-century transatlantic texts, I think it is worthwhile to briefly review what … Continue reading

Post: Introductory Post: Blathering about Transatlantic Law and Literature

by Brian Wall Thanks to Anthony and the rest of the Romantic Textualities team for letting me chime in here. I’m planning on being a semi-regular contributor to the site whilst I dodge inquiries from … Continue reading

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