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“The New Historicism and the Work of Mourning.” Modern Language Association convention. Toronto. 29 December 1993.

 

“Installing Romanticism in Postmodernism (Notes on the Spruce Goose).” Modern Language Association convention. New York City. 28 December 1992.

 

“The New Literary History: Poststructuralism, Postmodernism, and Multiculturalism (A Patchwork Talk).” Sociology Colloquium. University of California, Santa Barbara. 5 February 1992.

 

“Flat Literary History.” University of California, Riverside. 22 May 1991.

 

“Flat Literary History.” Conference on “Discourses of Localism.” University of Texas at Austin. 25 March 1991.

 

“Flat Literary History.” Conference on “What is the History of Literature?” Doreen B. Townsend Center for the Humanities. University of California, Berkeley. 2 March 1991.

 

“The Interdisciplinary War Machine.” Keynote address, graduate student conference on “Babel or Genesis?: Toward A Definition of the Interdisciplinary.” Lehigh University. 15 February 1991.

 

“The Resistance to Practice.” Modern Language Association convention. Chicago. 29 December 1990.

 

“Local Transcendence: Cultural Criticism, Postmodernism, and the Romanticism of Detail.” University of Southern California. 7 November 1990.

 

“Local Transcendence: Cultural Criticism, Postmodernism, and the Romanticism of Detail.” University of California, Santa Barbara. 18 October 1990.

 

“History and Surprise.” Introduction to panel discussion of Wordsworth: The Sense of History. Wordsworth Summer Conference. Grasmere, UK. 5 August 1990.

(Other discussants on panel: Geoffrey Hartman, Nicholas Roe, J. Drummond Bone, Jonathan Wordsworth.)

 

“Local Transcendence: Cultural Criticism and Postmodernism (Part I: The Romanticism of Detail).” Conference on “Revolutionary Romanticism, 1790-1990.” Society for the Humanities. Cornell University. 9 April 1990.

 

“Local Transcendence: Cultural Criticism and Postmodernism (Part I: The Romanticism of Detail).” Conference on “Revolutionary Romanticism, 1790-1990.” Bucknell University. 8 April 1990.

 

“Local Transcendence: Cultural Criticism and Postmodernism.” Modern Language Association convention. Washington, D.C. 28 December 1989.

 

“Local Transcendence: Cultural Criticism and Postmodernism.” Johns Hopkins University. 10 November 1989.

 

“Local Transcendence: Cultural Criticism and Postmodernism.” Harvard University. 9 November 1989.

 

“Indiscipline, Interdiscipline, and Liberty: The Revolutionary Paradigm.” Conference on “Revolution ’89: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the French Revolution.” University of California, Santa Barbara. 12 May 1989.

 

“Toward a Theory of the Prerequisite: Curing the Canon at Yale.” California Institute of Technology. 12 May 1988.

 

Respondent to Paul Hernadi, “Doing, Making, Meaning: Toward a Theory of Verbal Practice.” Interpretive Studies Colloquium. University of California, Santa Barbara. 11 March 1988.

 

“Wordsworth and Subversion, 1793-1804.” Modern Language Association convention. San Francisco. 28 December 1987.

 

“The Value of Romanticism.” Introduction the Wordsworth-Coleridge Association sessions on “The Value of Romanticism, I & II.” Modern Language Association convention. San Francisco. 28 December 1987.

 

“Wordsworth and Subversion, 1793-1804.” UCLA Romantics Study Group. Westwood, Los Angeles, CA. 3 December 1987.

 

“Wordsworth and Subversion, 1793-1804.” Conference on “Wordsworth and the Borders of Romanticism.” Yale University. 15 November 1987.

 

“The Economy of Lyric: Wordsworth’s Ruined Cottage.” University of California, Santa Barbara. March 1987.

 

“The Value of New Historicism: A Self-Critique.” Northwestern University. 5 December 1986.

 

“The Power of Formalism: The New Historicism.” Conference on “Romanticism, Politics, and the New Historicism.” University of California, Los Angeles. 14 November 1986.

 

“The Power of Formalism: The New Historicism.” Conference on “Recent Trends in Romanticism.” Northwestern University. 10 October 1986.

 

“The Power of Formalism: The New Historicism.” University of Wisconsin, Madison. 16 February 1986.

 

“John Martin’s The Deluge: Meaning and the Spectacular.” Yale Center for British Art. Yale University. 19 November 1985.

 

“Wordsworth: The History in Imagination.” Modern Language Association convention. New York City. 28 December 1983.

 

“John Martin’s The Deluge: Meaning and the Spectacular.” Yale Center for British Art. Yale University. 17 November 1981.

 

“From River to Dewdrop: Wordsworth’s ‘Westminster Bridge,’ the Calais Trip of 1802, and Evaporated History.” Yale Center for British Art. Yale University. 2 March 1981.

 

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