Teaching Nineteenth-Century American Poetry of Earth, Sky, and Sea

Gillian Osborne

Harvard Extension School

Gillian Osborne is an instructor for Poetry in America courses at the Harvard Extension School. With Angela Hume, she is editor of Ecopoetics: Essays from the Field, a collection of critical essays on 20th and 21rst-century ecopoetics (forthcoming 2018), and her scholarship on nineteenth-century American authors will be featured in The New Dickinson and The New Melville, both forthcoming from Cambridge University Press. She received her PhD from UC-Berkeley in 2014, and was a postdoctoral fellow at the Harvard Center for the Environment from 2015-2017.


Gillian Osborne, Harvard Extension SchoolThis presentation walks through the development of a new course focused on environmental poetry in the Poetry in America series at Harvard. Led by Harvard Professor Elisa New, Poetry... [ view full abstract ]


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P63 » Approaches to Nineteenth-Century American Poetry & the Environment (08:30 - Saturday, 24th March, Enchantment B)

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