Timothy Heimlich

Timothy Heimlich

331 Wheeler
Fall 2017: M 12-2 and by appointment


Selected Publications and Papers Delivered

Selected Publications

"'We wed not with the stranger': Disjunctive Histories, Fluid Geographies, and Contested Nationalities in Romantic Fictions of Wales," Studies in Romanticism 55.2 (Summer 2016), 211-237.

"'Mass of Ruin': Deconstructing Empiricism in Charlotte Smith's Beachy Head," in Stefanie Fricke, Felicitas Meifert-Menhard, and Katharina Pink, eds., Romanticism and Knowledge: Selected Papers from the Munich Joint Conference of the German Society for English Romanticism and the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism (Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2015), 177-188.


Papers Delivered

"The Pirate and 'the Bucanier': Walter Scott, Piracy, and the Caribbean." 2nd World Congress of Scottish Literatures/Eighteenth Century Scottish Studies Society Conference: Dialogoues and Diasporas. Vancouver, British Columbia. June 21-25, 2017.

"Scott's Radical Antiquarianism." NASSR Annual Conference: Romanticism and Its Discontents. Berkeley, California.  August 11-14, 2016.

"Wordsworth, Scott, and Romanticism's Aesthetics of the Remnant." NASSR Annual Conference: Romanticism and Rights. Winnipeg, Manitoba. August 13-16, 2015.

"'Mass of Ruin': Knowledge and Identity Construction in Charlotte Smith's Beachy Head." GER/NASSR Joint Conference: Romanticism and Knowledge. Munich, Germany. October 10-13, 2013.

Recent English Courses Taught

Spring, 2018
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
R1B/1 Reading and Composition: Nature Poetry Before and After the Industrial Revolution Reading and Composition
Fall, 2017
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122/101 (discussion) The Victorian Period British 19th-Century
Spring, 2016
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R1A/5 Reading and Composition: The Literature of Adventure in the Eighteenth Century Reading and Composition
Fall, 2015
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R1B/2 Reading & Composition: Nineteenth-Century Monsters Reading and Composition
Spring, 2015
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
45B/102 (discussion) Literature in English: Late-17th Through Mid-19th Centuries Introductory Surveys

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