In the new issue of the Journal of Victorian Culture , edited by Helen Rogers et al., the following articles appear:
- Paul Dobraszczyk, “‘Give in Your Account’: Using and Abusing Victorian Census Forms”
- Carolyn Burdett, “Sexual Selection, Automata and Ethics in George Eliot’s The Mill on the Floss and Olive Schreiner’s Undine and From Man to Man“
- Peter Garratt, “Ruskin’s Modern Painters and the Visual Language of Reality“
- Susan Shelangoskie, “Anthony Trollope and the Social Discourse of Telegraphy after Nationalisation“
There is also a rountable discussion of Isobel Armstrong’s recent book, Victorian Glassworlds, with contributions by Josaphine McDonagh, Chris Otter, Marcia Pointon, Claire Pettitt, Bruce Robbins, and Isobel Armstrong herself.
Rosalind Crone provides a review essay on “new digital resources in the history of crime,” with particular attention to Old Bailey Online project. Matthew Rubery surveys digital audio resources in a review entitled , “Victorian Literature Out Loud.”
Reviews of books by Sally Ledger (Mee), Rohan McWilliam (Pettitt), Jason Edwards (Greenaway), and Nadia Valman (Briefel) round out the issue.