NAVSA

AcronymDefinition
NAVSANorth American Victorian Studies Association (Purdue University)
NAVSANational Academy of Von Schrader Associates (cleaning)
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Working Group, the Columbia "Politics of Form" conference, and the "Voicing the Victorian Poets" panel at NAVSA 2011.
Thanks also to Yopie Prins for stimulating discussions on the poetic voice at the NAVSA 2011 conference.
The theme of the 2007 NAVSA conference was "Victorian Materialities" and what we began to observe in the papers was that we were all interested, in one way or another, in the boundaries and borders of what had been named "cultural neoformalism." From Jason Hall's paper on the "hexameter machine" to Emily Harrington's discussion of Michael Field's publication history, m Catherine Robson's history of the popular poem "The Burial of Sir John Moore after Corunna," it was clear that less abstract and more historical, indeed, more material investigations of poetic form were afoot.
The 2010 Charlottesville Victorians Institute Conference theme was "By the Numbers" and the Montreal NAVSA 2010 topic was "Scale and Perspective." Whereas past Victorian studies conferences had perhaps only one or two panels concerning poetry, now conferences seem specifically concerned with issues of prosody: form, counting, scale.