Georgia is a PhD candidate at the University of Leeds. Her research examines the formal and political legacy of nineteenth century Transcendentalism in contemporary American fiction, memoir and poetry. Her interests lie in the continuing political, ethical and literary relevance of transatlantic Romanticism and nineteenth century aesthetics in the twentieth and twenty first centuries.
Alert to forms of belatedness and anachronism, and attuned to the variously apocalyptic and utopian temporalities of the era, this timely conference on untimeliness suggested that the future is bright for BrANCA and for the field. Continue reading