Nineteenth-Century Contexts (31:2): Politics and Public Space

As posted to the VICTORIA list:

Nineteenth-Century Contexts

Special Issue: Politics and Public Display in Britain, America, and France

Volume 31, issue 2
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  • “Cobbett’s Chopstick Festival: Event, Representation, Context” by Peter J. Manning
  • “Can the Mummy Speak? Manifest Destiny, Ventriloquism, and the Silence of the Ancient Egyptian Body” by  Charles D. Martin
  • “The 1889 World Exhibition in Paris: The French, the Age of Machines, and the Wild West” by Susanne Berthier-Foglar
  • “Dickens and the Female Terrorist: The Long Shadow of Madame Defarge,” Teresa Mangum


Authors: Jennifer L. Fleissner; Les Harrison; John McBratney; Andrew Radford; Elizabeth Starr; Sarah Annes Brown; Caroline Franklin;
Andrea Henderson


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