©2019 by A J B Hampton

Lectures & Conference Papers

Invited Lectures

 

3. ‘Recovering Platonic Romanticism’, Post-Secular Perspectives on Romantic and Victorian Poetry, Duke University, September 2019. [ABSTRACT]

 

2. ‘Post-Secular Nature in the New Nature Writing’, The Secret of Nature, DAAD-Cambridge Colloquium, University of Cambridge, June 2017. [ABSTRACT]

 

1. ‘Re-Enchanting Nature: Spirituality and the New Nature Writing’, Drescher Lecture, Barrett Honors College, Arizona State University, April 2017. [ABSTRACT]

Conference and Colloquia Papers

24. ‘Jacobi and the Romantics’, American Academy of Religion, Nineteenth Century Theology Group, San Diego, November 2019. [ABSTRACT]

 

23. ‘The Jacobian Synthesis of Spinoza and Fichte in Frühromantik’, Jacobi: A Bi-Centenary Colloquium, McGill University, Montreal, September, 2019. [ABSTRACT]

 

22. ‘To Converse with Nature: The Poetics of Overcoming Anthropocentricism in the New Nature Writing’, Landlines: Nature Writing's Future Pasts, University of Leeds, March 2019. [ABSTRACT]

 

21. ‘Rhythm and Attunement in the Mystical Poetics of Jacopone and Hadejwich’, Conference on Christianity and Literature, Harvard Divinity School, March 2019. [ABSTRACT]

 

20. ‘Romanticisation, Eros and Ascent: Plotinian Influences on Novalis’, American Academy of Religion, Platonism and Neo-Platonism Group, Boston, November 2017. [ABSTRACT]

 

19. ‘The Poetics of Novalis’ Post-Human Political Theology’, Theology and Politics in the German Imagination, 1789–1848, Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Cambridge, July 2017. [ABSTRACT]

 

18. ‘Naming Postsecular Nature: Transcendence in Contemporary Non-Fiction English Nature Literature’, A Postsecular Age? New Narratives of Religion, Science, and Society, Ian Ramsay Centre, University of Oxford, Oxford, July 2016. [ABSTRACT]

 

17. ‘The Scientific Spirituality of John Clare’s Natural History Prose Writings’, Sacred Literature/Secular Religion, Syracuse University, Syracuse, October 2015.

 

16. ‘Romanticism, Idealism and Aesthetics’ (Panel Chair), Sacred Literature/Secular Religion, Syracuse University, Syracuse, October 2015. [ABSTRACT]

 

15. ‘Recent Developments in the Study of Romanticism and the Idea of Romantic Religion’, American Academy of Religion, Nineteenth Century Theology Group, San Diego, November 2014. [ABSTRACT]

 

14. ‘Religion Re-Conceptualising Romanticism’ (Panel Chair), American Academy of Religion, Nineteenth Century Theology Group, San Diego, November 2014. [ABSTRACT]

 

13. ‘Poesie as anima mundi: The Creative Romantic Synthesis of Realism with Idealism’, American Academy of Religion, Platonism and Neo-Platonism Group, San Diego, November 2014. [ABSTRACT]

 

12. ‘The Cam flows into the Saale: On the English Sources of German Romanticism’, Society for the Study of Theology, Durham University, April 2014. [ABSTRACT]

 

11. ‘Karl Philip Moritz the Mythologist: Myth as the Idiom for the Absolute’, American Academy of Religion, Nineteenth Century Theology Group, Baltimore, November 2013. [ABSTRACT]

 

10. ‘Romantic Spinozism and Cambridge Platonism: Herder’s Cudworth inspired revision of Spinoza’, American Academy of Religion, Platonism and Neo-Platonism Group, Baltimore, November 2013. [ABSTRACT]

 

9. ‘Romanticism as an Idiom for Theological Realism in the Immanent Frame’, Society for the Study of Theology, Nottingham, April 2013. [ABSTRACT]

 

8. ‘After Transcendence: Romanticism as Religion for the Immanent Frame’, Clare Research Symposium, Clare College, University of Cambridge, March 2013. [ABSTRACT]

 

7. ‘Religion for an Immanent Frame: The Foundations of the Romanic Religious Aesthetic in Jacobi, Herder and Moritz’, International Society for Religion, Literature and Culture, Copenhagen, November 2012. [ABSTRACT]

 

6. ‘Blake and the Fallen System. The Idea of the Fall and European Romantic Aesthetics’, Institut für Englische Philologie, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich, 2012. [ABSTRACT]

 

5. ‘Imagination, Identity and Difference in the Platonic expression of the Absolute’, American Academy of Religion, San Francisco, November 2011. [ABSTRACT]

 

4. ‘Beyond the Conditioned: Hölderlin's Religious Poetry’, Philosophie et Literature, Laboratoire en Langues, Littératures et Civilisations de l’Arc Atlantique, Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour, March 2010. [ABSTRACT]

 

3. ‘The Search for a Genre of the Self: Romanticism and System in Coleridge and Schlegel’, North American Society for the Study of Romanticism and Centro Interdisciplinare di Studi Romantici, Università di Bologna, March 2008. [ABSTRACT]

 

2. ‘Blake, Locke and the ‘Anacalyptic’ Object in Jerusalem’,International Conference on Romanticism, Baltimore, October 2007. [ABSTRACT]

 

1.‘Dante's Own Personal Jesus: Apophatic Conversion in the Divine Comedy’, Conversions Conference, Stanford University, January 2007. [ABSTRACT]