Renaissance Texts, Medieval Subjectivities: Rethinking Petrarchan Desire from Wyatt to Shakespeare

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Private Lives Made Public: The Invention of Biography in Early Modern England

Following the trial and execution of Charles I in 1649, the later seventeenth century witnessed an explosion of print culture...

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In the Wake of Trauma: Psychology and Philosophy for the Suffering Other

When traumatic experiences occur, our patterns of living — the ways in which our bodies and minds have grown accustomed to feeling and reacting — are threatened. When psychologists, philosophers, or theologians...

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With Wandering Steps: Generative Ambiguity in Milton’s Poetics

Throughout his poetry, as he explored how human beings could and should align their wills with God’s, John Milton grappled with this reality: as we travel through...

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