Great news: I happened to visit WorldCat for another reason today and, while there, checked the status of my book Blake and Kierkegaard: Creation and Anxiety. According to Worldcat, as of January 17th, 2015 my book has been purchased by 732 libraries/locations around the world. It’s currently available at (mostly university) libraries in the followingContinue reading “Update on Blake and Kierkegaard: Creation and Anxiety“
My latest addition to Text-Identity-Subjectivity: “Creation Anxiety in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.”
My most recent addition to Text, Identity, Subjectivity, “Kierkegaard, Pietism, and Existentialism: Eighteenth-Century Pietism as the Origin of Twentieth-Century Existentialism,” attempts to answer this question.
My latest addition to Text – Identity – Subjectivity: The Kierkegaardian Aesthetic and Blakean Innocence.
I’ve started a Scalar eBook — which is, essentially, a website that can be designed so that your pages follow multiple paths. I’m going to use it to post preliminary ideas developed out of the upcoming NEH Summer Seminar that I will be attending in June and early July of this year, Reassessing British Romanticism,Continue reading “My New Scalar eBook”