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Protected: June 4: Martha Feldman, “Castrato De Luxe: Blood, Gifts, and Goods”

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Protected: May 21: Emily Rohrbach, “Transatlantic Disorientations: Keats Reading Wieland”

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Protected: May 8: Lynn Festa, “Lousy Bodies”

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Protected: May 1: David Womble, “Malthus and Bentham in the Gothic Novel, 1796-1817″

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Protected: April 9: Tristan Schweiger, “Squirearchy and union: The country patriarchs of Owenson, Edgeworth, and Scott”

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Protected: March 11: Judith Buchanan, “‘In Mute Despair': Early Silent Films of The Tempest and their Theatrical Referents

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Protected: March 12: Cannon Schmitt, “How to Read the Surface of the Sea”

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Protected: February 26: Dustin Brown, “Narrating Personality: George Gissing, Late-Victorian Psychology, and the Novel Aesthetics of Withdrawal”

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Protected: February 12: Mollie McFee, “Legal Translation and the Specters of Race: Abolition and Empire in Somerset v. Stewart”

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Protected: January 29: David Diamond, “Henry Fielding’s ‘Diagnostics’ of Character: A Calvinist Inheritance”

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