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 following countries or territories: Afghanistan Armenia Australia Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Brazil Canada China Columbia Costa Rica Cyprus Denmark Egypt Finland France Georgia Germany Greece Guyana Honduras Hong Kong India Iraq Ireland Italy Jamaica Japan Jordan Kuwait Kyrgystan Lebanon Lithuania Malaysia Mexico Mongolia Montenegro Morocco … Continue reading Update on Blake and Kierkegaard: Creation and Anxiety
My latest addition to Text-Identity-Subjectivity: “Creation Anxiety in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.” Continue reading 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. Continue reading How Did Pietism Contribute to the Development of Existentialism?
My latest addition to Text – Identity – Subjectivity: The Kierkegaardian Aesthetic and Blakean Innocence. Continue reading 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 … Continue reading My New Scalar eBook