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The Idea of Nature in Transatlantic Romanticism
The Idea of Nature in Transatlantic Romanticism (2013)
  • Samantha Harvey
Description
"The Idea of Nature in Transatlantic Romanticism," and an accompanying public lecture series at Boise State that is entering its third year, are both based on the underlying premise that "big questions need interdisciplinary answers." The class examines Anglo-American ideas of nature through an interdisciplinary lens: how are conceptions of nature expressed in literature, art, philosophy, music, and other humanities disciplines? How did ideas of nature change from 1760-1860, a period of radical change and revolution?
Keywords
  • Transatlantic Romanticism,
  • Transatlantic studies,
  • syllabi,
  • syllabus,
  • Pedagogy Contest
Publication Date
November, 2013
Comments
Featured in the "Pedagogies" section of the website: Romantic Circles: A Refereed Scholarly Website Devoted to the Study of Romantic-Period Literature and Culture.
Citation Information
Samantha Harvey. "The Idea of Nature in Transatlantic Romanticism" The Idea of Nature in Transatlantic Romanticism (2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/samantha_harvey/32/