Get this from a library transatlantic literary exchanges 1790 1870 gender race and nation kevin hutchings julia m wright exploring the ways in which transatlantic relationships functioned in the nineteenth century to unsettle hierarchical models of gender race and national and cultural differences this collection . The overall strength of the ashgate series in nineteenth century transatlantic studies is in the establishment of both the breadth and depth of the burgeoning field of transatlantic studies romanticism. Transatlantic literary ecologies nature and culture in the nineteenth century anglophone atlantic world 1st edition kevin hutchings john miller november 10 2016 opening a dialogue between ecocriticism and transatlantic studies this collection shows how the two fields inform complement and complicate each other. Transatlantic romanticism british and american art and literature 1790 1860 andrew hemingway alan wallach leading scholars of the period examine the international exchanges that were crucial for the rise of romanticism in england and the united states in the first half of the nineteenth century american cities changed in particular . By opening a critical dialogue between these two vital areas of scholarship transatlantic literary ecologies demonstrates some of the key ways in which western environmental consciousness and associated literary practices arose in the context of transatlantic literary and cultural exchanges during the long nineteenth century
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