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“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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