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Bruce Graver

Department Chairperson, English Department

Contact Information:
Ruane Center for the Humanities LL33


Ph.D. - English University of North Carolina

Area(s) of Expertise:

British Romanticism, William Wordsworth, the Classical Tradition, British Landscape Paintings and Drawings, Stereoscopes and Stereo Photography

Awards and Honors:

Honorable Mention: MLA Prize for Distinguished Scholarly Edition - Modern Language Association

Selected Publications:

Graver, Bruce. (2012). Wordsworth and the Stoics. Romans and Romantics, Eds. Timothy Saunders, Charles Martindale, Ralph Pite, and Mathilde Skoie. Oxford: Oxford University Press., 145-60.

Graver, Bruce. (2011). Sitting in Dante's Throne: Wordsworth and Italian Nationalism. Eds. Frederick Burwick and Paul Douglass. New York City, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.,

Graver, Bruce. (2007). Romanticism . A Companion to the Classical Tradition, Eds. Craig Kallendorff. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing., 72-86.

Graver, Bruce. (2006). Illustrating "The Farmer’s Boy". Robert Bloomfield: Lyric, Class, and the Romantic Canon, Eds. Bridget Keegan, Simon White, and John Goodridge. Bucknell University Press.,

Graver, Bruce. (2006). Disturbed with Joy. Charles Lamb Bulletin, 134, 50-55.

Recent Presentations:

Graver, Bruce., Wordsworth Summer Conference, Grasmere, United Kingdom, "Thomas Ogle: Early Lakeland Photographer". July, 2012.

Graver, Bruce., Wordsworth Summer Conference, Grasmere, England, "Paper: The Lady of the Lake Photographically Illustrated". August, 2011.

Graver, Bruce., Symbiosis Conference, Glasgow, Scotland, "Stereographing America: The North American Tour of William England". June, 2011.

Graver, Bruce., The Romantics in Italy: Dante, Italian Culture and Romantic Literature, Florence, Italy, "Sitting in Dante's Throne: Wordsworth and Italian Nationalism". January, 2010.

Graver, Bruce., Wordsworth Summer Conference, Grasmere, UK, "The Cornell Wordsworth: A Retrospective ". August, 2009.

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