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Natasha Lomonossoff

Research Interests

18th century and Romantic-era literature, women writers, politics, religion

Awards and Recognition
Arthur B. Macdonald Award (2018-19)

My dissertation, “Radical in Moderation: The Persuasive Strategy of Anna Laetitia Barbauld’s Political and Religious Writings,” examines how Barbauld advocated a moderate approach for promoting political change as a member of the Dissenting minority. Through my examination of her work, I hope to show how our understanding of radicalism can be broadened when considering tactics of dialogue and reasoned discussion.

Genres and Forms

Department of English, Queen's University

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Queen's University is situated on traditional Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe territory.