Romanticism and Revolution - University of Tennessee



Mr. Niall Gillespie studied Divinity and English Literature for a TSM degree at Trinity College Dublin, gaining his B.A. (Hons) in 2003. He went on to graduate from the MPhil in Anglo-Irish Literature at Trinity College Dublin in 2005.

He is currently working on a PhD thesis on Irish Radical Literature c. 1780-1820.

In 2008-9 he tutored the JF module 'Romanticism and Revolution' and the SF module 'Realism and the Novel'.
In 2009-1210 he will be tutoring the JF 'Romanticism and Revolution' module.

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Romanticism and Revolution

Romanticism and Revolution: A Readerpresents an anthology of the key texts that both defined the debate over the French Revolution during the 1790s and influenced the Romantic authors. * Presents readings chronologically to allow readers to experience the unfolding of the debate as it occurred in the 1790s * Provides an accessible and in-depth sampling of the major contributors to the Revolution debate, from Price, Burke, and Paine to Wollstonecraft and Godwin

Romanticism and Revolution - Wikiversity

Summary -- Romanticism and Revolution - Introduction to Romanticism is Part 1 of Romanticism and Revolution - a History Through Literature title

At a time of colonial conquest and revolutionary war, see how the literary and revolutionary spirit created by Romantic writers evolved in America through the work of Emerson and Thoreau, Walker, Douglass, and Truth. Explore the cause-and-effect relationship between the American and French revolutions, and between the French Revolution and struggles for independence in Haiti, Mexico, Central and South America, North Africa, and Greece. Identify key inventions of the early industrial revolution and describe their social effects. See how Romantic literature helped motivate political revolution and learn examples of Romantic elements in the literature of the young United States. Discover the territorial expansions of the United States, Great Britain, and France during the early 19th century. See how the Romantic spirit influenced writers in both slave and free states during the decades before the Civil War.

Zane Education owns the largest library of K-12 curriculum-based subtitled video currently available online. Each video is fully subtitled so as to enable each student to study the topic and improve their reading and literacy skills at the same time.

Romanticism and Revolution: A Reader ROMANTICISM & REVOLUTION

- Industrial and Social Change is Part 2 of Romanticism and Revolution - a History Through Literature title.

At a time of colonial conquest and revolutionary war, see how the literary and revolutionary spirit created by Romantic writers evolved in America through the work of Emerson and Thoreau, Walker, Douglass, and Truth. Explore the cause-and-effect relationship between the American and French revolutions, and between the French Revolution and struggles for independence in Haiti, Mexico, Central and South America, North Africa, and Greece. Identify key inventions of the early industrial revolution and describe their social effects. See how Romantic literature helped motivate political revolution and learn examples of Romantic elements in the literature of the young United States. Discover the territorial expansions of the United States, Great Britain, and France during the early 19th century. See how the Romantic spirit influenced writers in both slave and free states during the decades before the Civil War.

Zane Education owns the largest library of K-12 curriculum-based subtitled video currently available online. Each video is fully subtitled so as to enable each student to study the topic and improve their reading and literacy skills at the same time.

Journey Towards Democracy (Romanticism and Revolution Part 5)