Disclaimers

I. This multi-author course blog is a compilation of student posts assigned in response to readings covered in a Survey of British Literature from 1700-1900 course.  The views represented are solely those of the individual contributors.  The views expressed are not those of the following: (1) aggregate individuals contributing to this blog; (2) course faculty and the leader/administrator of this blog; (3) institutions or organizations to which the individual contributors may be affiliated; or (4) WordPress.

II. This blog is an educational space. Constructive feedback is welcome with the understanding that the goal in all instances should be to educate and learn from one another.  Hostile, inflammatory, or derogatory language is not appropriate and will not be tolerated.

III. The course faculty and leader/administrator of this blog reserves the right to delete questionable, controversial, and/or inflammatory content, including comments.  The primary criterion and goal in determining whether or not to remove content will be the preservation of the academic and educational integrity of this course blog.

IV. This course blog brings together diverse perspectives on a wide range of topics related to writing produced in the 18th and 19th centuries and its continued impact and relevance in the 21st century.  Diversity is valued it all of its forms including but not limited to the following: race, ethnicity, national origin, age, gender, socioeconomic background, religion, sexual orientation, disability, and fact-based intellectual perspectives.

V. Students/blog authors are required to cite sources and give credit when using images, videos, or other content. Readers with questions or concerns about fair-use and citation should submit a comment to the post in question, which will be reviewed by the blog administrator.

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