Spring issue of Victorian Periodicals Review out now

The Spring 2009 issue of Victorian Perodicals Review is now available. It contains

  • Paul Fyfe’s prize-winning essay on “The Random Selection of Victorian New Media,”
  • Margaret Beetham on Lancashire seaside publications,
  • Richard Fulton on “The Sudan Sensation of 1898,
  • Louis James on boys’ periodicals,
  • Sally Mitchell on gender and ephemeral journalism, and
  • James Mussell on “Cohering Knowledge in the Nineteenth Century: Form, Genre and Periodical Studies.”

From the editor: “With this volume the Research Society for Victorian Periodicals begins a new relationship with the Johns Hopkins University Press. To commemorate this occasion, we feature a blockbuster selection of articles featuring the latest research from RSVP officers, as well as the winning VanArsdel Prize graduate student essay.”


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