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Peters, Nicole. Rereading Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Reading Cultures. 2019. University of Washington, PhD dissertation. Graduate, Dissertations 18th Century, 19th Century, History, Literature, Novel/Prose Fiction, Textual Studies
Gutierrez, Brian. A Dark Ecology of Performance : Mapping the Field of Romantic Literary Celebrity through Gothic Drama. 2017. University of Washington, PhD dissertation. Graduate, Dissertations 18th Century, 19th Century, History, Performance Studies, Romanticism
Mukherjee, Sharmila. Shakespeare and the Colonial Encounter in India in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. 2016. University of Washington, PhD dissertation. Graduate, Dissertations 18th Century, 19th Century, British, Global English, Shakespeare, Transnational
Ottinger, Aaron. The Role of Geometry in Wordsworth's "Science of Feelings." 2016. University of Washington, PhD dissertation. Graduate, Dissertations 18th Century, Aesthetics, Affect, British, Media Studies, Philosophy, Poetry and Poetics, Romanticism, Science and Technology
Morgan, Paige. Haggling With the Muses: Negotiating Value in 18th Century English Poetry. 2014. University of Washington, PhD dissertation. Graduate, Dissertations 18th Century, English, Poetry and Poetics, Romanticism
DeBlassie, Maria. From the Philosophical Wanton to the Respectable Lady: Rewriting the Female Intellectual's Moral, Sexual, and Political Identities in the Courtship Novel, 1790-1850. 2012. University of Washington, PhD dissertation. Graduate, Dissertations 18th Century, 19th Century, Feminism and Feminist Theory, Gender, Novel/Prose Fiction, Women Writers
Gage, Justin C. The Tame Bear: Modern Military Discipline in Defoe and Smollett. 2011. University of Washington, PhD dissertation. Graduate, Dissertations 18th Century, British, Literature
Lee, Jane J. Reading Matters: Liberal Discourse and the Democratization of Reading in Victorian Literary Culture. 2011. University of Washington, PhD dissertation. Graduate, Dissertations 18th Century, 19th Century, British, Culture, Education, Law, Literature, Political Science
Wygant, Christina D. "The Twice Told Tale": Colonial Love Plots, Slavery, and Racial Ideology in Editorial Versions of John Gabriel Stedman's "Narrative of a Five Years Expedition Against the Revolted Negroes of Surinam". 2010. University of Washington, PhD dissertation. Graduate, Dissertations 18th Century, British, Critical Race Theory, Gender, History, Ideology, Race and Ethnicity, Textual Studies
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