The Byron Journal 43.1 (June 2015)

The Byron Journal 43.1 (June 2015) is now available, and contains the following:

NCL 70.1 (June 2015): special issue on George Lippard’s The Quaker City

Nineteenth-Century Literature 70.1 (June 2015) is now available. This special issue on George Lippard’s The Quaker City was convened by Christopher Looby, and contains the following articles and reviews:

Articles:

Reviews:

Romanticism 21.2 is now available

The new issue of Romanticism is available. It includes the following essays and reviews:

Timothy Webb, “John Hunt and Edwin Atherstone: Further News”

Ewan James Jones, “John ‘Walking’ Stewart and the Ethics of Motion”

Barry Hough, “Coleridge, Employment and the Sorcery of Wealth”

Tara Ghoshal Wallace, “Historical Redgauntlet: Jacobite Delusions and Hanoverian Fantasies”

Ve-Yin Tee, “The Moral Language of Nature”

Shalon Noble, “‘Homeless at Home’: John Clare’s Uncommon Ecology”

Li Ou, “On Negative Capability: Walter Jackson Bate, Negative Capability: The Intuitive Approach in Keats (New York:         Contra Mundum Press, 2012).”

BAVS Talks (12 May 2015) now available for online viewing

The Hoarding is pleased to learn that last week’s BAVS Talks, which took place on 12 May at The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH), are available for viewing on the BAVS Videos Youtube channel. Thanks to BAVS and the speakers for making these talks available.

The four talks are:

[note: links updated 5.28.15]

Special Issue of Women’s Writing: Reassessing British Writers of the Romantic Period

The latest issue of Women’s Writing (22.2, 2015) is a special issue titled “Reassessing British Women Writers of the Romantic Period.” It contains the following:

Articles

Reviews:

Victorian Poetry 52.4 (Winter 2014) available

Victorian Poetry 52.4 (Winter 2014) is now available, and contains the following articles:

New issue of 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century on the Crimean War

The latest issue of 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century is now available. Issue 20 (2015) is titled “Charting the Crimean War: Contexts, Nationhood, Afterlives,” and contains the following: