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Description: Panelists address the enduring provocations of Prometheus Unbound at its publication bicentenary, as a work involving and involved with the dynamics of change—social, political, cultural, and planetary. A keystone for Romantic studies and contemporary politics, Shelley’s verse-drama offers a timely vision of individual and collective change as dependent on interlocking scientific, posthuman, affective, ecological, textual, and gendered systems.

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Elizabeth Fay, U of Massachusetts, Boston

Neil Fraistat, U of Maryland, College Park

Omar F. Miranda, U of San Francisco

Jacob Risinger, Ohio State U, Columbus

Kate Singer, Mt. Holyoke C


Neil Fraistat, U of Maryland, College Park