Membership and Renewal Closed until January 1, 2018


Dear Members, 
As annual memberships terminate on December 31, the membership and renewal porthole is currently closed. This is to ensure no one accidentally renews for the final months of 2017. Members will receive renewal notices in the new year. 


A note on ERR: Taylor and Francis received a list of 2017 members shortly before the Ottawa conference. Those member should expect to see all back issues for 2017 soon if they have not received them already. If you joined or renewed after the conference, T&F received your subscription in October. You should still receive all issues for this year. If you continue to miss issues, please contact me. In the new year we will have a better process in place for members to contact us and the Press to report problems with their subscriptions. More on that to come in 2018.


Chris Bundock  


The North American Society for the Study of Romanticism (NASSR) was founded at the University of Western Ontario in 1991 by a group of faculty members and graduate students. NASSR was established to provide a forum for the discussion of a wide variety of theoretical approaches to Romantic works of all genres and disciplines.  NASSR members from North America, Asia, Europe, and Australia work in a wide range of disciplines, including History, Art History, Women's Studies, Philosophy, Music, Political Economy, and Literature; their interests encompass American, Canadian, English, French, German, Irish, Italian, Russian, Scottish, and Spanish Romanticism.  

NASSR sponsors regular conferences on subjects relevant to the international and interdisciplinary study of Romanticism, and is particularly eager to forge interdisciplinary and international ties through associations with other academic societies.
Executive Committee:
Chris Bundock (University of Regina): Secretary-Treasurer
David Collings (Bowdoin College)
Angela Esterhammer (University of Toronto)
Tilottama Rajan (University of Western Ontario)

Newsletter Editor: 
Marc Mazur (University of Western Ontario)  

Ex Officio:
Frederick Burwick (University of California, Los Angeles)
Steven Goldsmith (Berkeley)
Lauren Gillingham (Ottawa)
Julie Murray (Carleton)
Marc Redfield (Brown)

Advisory Board:
Miranda Burgess (British Columbia) to Dec 2017 
Soelve Curdts (Dusseldorf) to Dec 2019
Sara Guyer (Wisconsin - Madison) to Dec 2017
Yoon Sun Lee (Wellesley) to Dec 2019
Michelle Levy (SFU) to Dec 2019
Jonathan Mulrooney (Holy Cross) to Dec 2017
Susan Oliver (Essex) to Dec 2018
Gabriel Trop (UNC) to Dec 2018
Orrin Wang (Maryland) to Dec 2018