Students in ENGL 340, Literature and Literary Study in the Digital Age, at SUNY Geneseo, Spring 2015.
Paul Schacht’s spring 2018 section of HONR 202, Critical Reading, at SUNY Geneseo.
A public (open) group for all readers. Any member of The Readers’ Thoreau may join.
Students in Allison Cummings’ Spring 2021 class LIT 231: Nature Writers at Southern New Hampshire University. Avatar: ”Robert Frost Hall on Manchester Campus of Southern New Hampshire University” by user DeLarge77, […]
Join the Thoreau Society’s Annual Gathering at Concord in July, and join this group to connect with other participants!
Photo: Old North Bridge by Val D’Aquila on Flickr, CC-BY-NC-SA.
Professor Julie P. Brown’s class on Digital Rhetorics at Virginia Military Institute. Avatar: VMI Keydets [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
Stephen Siperstein’s 2021-22 classes in American literature and Environmental literature at Choate Rosemary Hall. Group avatar: Choate Rosemary Hall Science Center by Daderot at English Wikipedia, CC BY-SA 3.0, v […]
Rory M. Moore’s English Writing course for Fall 2021 at UC Riverside. Photo by Amerique at the English Wikipedia, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons
Associate Professor of English Berniece Alspach’s Fall 2021 students in ENG 382 and ENG 583 at California Baptist University. Photo of Van Dyne Gym by user Spatms, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons
Participants in the 2018 Uses and Abuses of Thoreau at 200 symposium in Gothenburg, Sweden organized by Henrik Otterberg.
Stephen Siperstein’s 2020-21 classes in American literature and Environmental literature at Choate Rosemary Hall. CC-BY-SA 3.0 avatar photo via Wikipedia.
A group for discussing Thoreau in translation. How has Thoreau been translated into languages other than English? What linguistic and other challenges does a translator face in looking at any particular passage in […]
Nathalie op de Beeck’s course at Pacific Lutheran University. Avatar: Harstad Hall by Joe Mabel / CC BY-SA via Wikimedia Commons.
Students at Emma Willard School reading Thoreau collectively in a cross-listed history and English class for 11th and 12th graders.
Rebecca Nesvet’s Fall 2020 Capstone in Literary Citizenship course at University of Wisconsin – Green Bay. Avatar: UWGB Main Entrance South by Etzedek24 / CC BY-SA
Associate Professor of English Berniece Alspach’s Fall 2020 course at California Baptist University.
Literature and Literary Study in the Digital Age at SUNY Geneseo, Spring 2020.
Find, contribute to, and comment on open access scholarship about Thoreau. You don’t need to be a Thoreau scholar to join this group, but you do need to join if you’d like to leave comments on the scholarship you […]
Thomas Doran’s class on Ecological Invention in Early America at Rhode Island School of Design. Avatar: RISD Memorial Hall, photo by DanielPenfield / CC BY-SA.
Shelbey Rosengarten’s Comp2 class at St. Petersburg College. Avatar photo credit: Saint Petersburg College Downtown Center – Northwest Corner, by John O'Neill / CC BY-SA