Nineteenth-Century Studies is a space for students and faculty to explore all aspects of the long nineteenth century in England, the United States, and the rest of the globe.
It’s part of the English @ SUNY Geneseo network of sites, all of which are designed to build communities of interest, and bridges among those communities, within the larger community that is SUNY Geneseo.
There are lots of ways to use this site: for example, to share links, images, and video that you find on the web related to the long nineteenth century; to share reading suggests or ruminate on what you’ve been reading; to engage in conversation about texts assigned in courses at SUNY Geneseo.
There are no special rules, but there are some guidelines. Before you get started, you should have a look at the About page.
Nineteenth-Century Studies can be a home to course pages as well as a blogging platform. For example, it’s currently the home of ENGL 458-02 Fall 2014, Major Authors: Dickens.
The more courses that come to live here, the more we can all begin to make connections among the nineteenth-century’s various writers, issues, and histories.