Ruane Center for the Humanities LL33
Ph.D. - English University of North Carolina
I study Romantic poetry because of my love of Nature and my desire to preserve and protect natural beauty for future generations. I have visited Wordsworth's home in the English Lake District for almost 30 years, studying in the library and walking up and down the mountains he loved and wrote about.
Area(s) of Expertise:
British Romanticism, William Wordsworth, the Classical Tradition, British Landscape Paintings and Drawings, Stereoscopes and Stereo Photography
Awards and Honors:
Honorable Mention: MLA Prize for Distinguished Scholarly Edition Modern Language Association
Graver, B. (2015) In Richard Gravil and Daniel Robinson (Ed.), Editing Wordsworth in the Twentieth Century. Oxford University Press
Graver, B. (2014) Wordsworth's Bibliographers. Studies in Romanticism.(53), 457-465.
Graver, B. (2012) In Lawrence J. Trudeau (Ed.), George Ticknor. (255), Detroit, MI: Gale Cengage Learning
Graver, B. (2012) In Timothy Saunders, Charles Martindale, Ralph Pite, and Mathilde Skoie (Ed.), Wordsworth and the Stoics. Oxford: Oxford University Press
Graver, B. (2011) In Frederick Burwick and Paul Douglass (Ed.), Sitting in Dante's Throne: Wordsworth and Italian Nationalism. New York City, NY: Palgrave Macmillan
Graver, B. (2007) In Craig Kallendorff (Ed.), Romanticism . Oxford: Blackwell Publishing
Graver, B. (2006) In Bridget Keegan, Simon White, and John Goodridge (Ed.), Illustrating "The Farmer’s Boy". Bucknell University Press
Graver, B. (2006) Disturbed with Joy. Charles Lamb Bulletin.(134), 50-55.
Graver, B. (2005) In Nicholas Roe (Ed.), Classical Inheritances. Oxford: Oxford University Press
Graver, B. (1998) Translations of Chaucer and Virgil by William Wordsworth. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press
Graver, B. Romantic Reflections. International Conference on Romanticism, Minneapolis, Minnesota - "Battling Stereoscopes" September, 2014
Graver, B. Wordsworth Summer Conference. , Grasmere, UK - "Orc Among the Philologers: The Scholarly Opinions of Gilbert Wakefield" August, 2014
Graver, B. University of St. Andrews. Department of English, St. Andrews, Scotland - "America through a British Lens: William England's Stereoscopic Tour" March, 2014
Graver, B. University of Nottingham. Department of English, Nottingham, UK - "America through a British Lens: William England's Stereoscopic Tour" March, 2014
Graver, B. Romantic Realignments. Faculty of English, Oxford University, Oxford, UK - "America through a British Lens: William England's Stereoscopic Tour" March, 2014