New Issue of Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies (5:3)

Issue 5.3 of Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies is now available at www.ncgsjournal.com

This issue features the following articles and reviews:

ARTICLES

  • Stephanie Green, “The Serious Mrs. Stopes: Gender, Writing and Scholarship in Late-Victorian Britain”
  • Kirstin Hanley, “‘A New Servitude’: Pedagogy and Feminist Practice in Brontë’s Jane Eyre”
  • Narin Hassan, “Female Prescriptions: Medical Advice and Victorian Women’s Travel”
  • Julia Kuehn, “Amelia Edwards’s Picturesque Views of Cairo: Touring the Land, Framing the Foreign”
  • Daniel Lewis, “‘I saw him looking at me’: Male Bodies and the Corrective Medical Gaze in Sheridan Le Fanu’s ‘Green Tea’”

REVIEWS

  • Kirstyn Leuner, “British Women Poets and the Romantic Canon.” Review of Stephen C. Behrendt’s British Women Poets and the Romantic Writing Community.
  • Luca Caddia, “The Romance of the Man of Letters as Historical Authority.” Review of Mike Goode’s Sentimental Masculinity and the Rise of History, 1790-1890.
  • Daniela Garofalo, “Defining Masculinity: Class, Nation, and Consumption.” Review of Maureen M. Martin’s The Mighty Scot: Nation, Gender, and the Nineteenth-Century Mystique of Scottish Masculinity and Gwen Hyman’s Making a Man: Gentlemanly Appetities in the Nineteenth-Century British Novel.
  • Helena Gurfinkel, “Feeling like a New Man: Trollope’s Multi-Dimensional Masculinities.” Review of Margaret Marwick’s New Men in Trollope’s Novels: Rewriting the Victorian Male.
  • Elsie B. Michie, “Reassessing the Cleverness of Frances Trollope’s Social Fictions.” Review of Brenda Ayres’s The Social Problem Novels of Frances Trollope, 4 volumes.
  • Whitney Womack Smith, “Transatlantic Cross-Currents: Reform and Authorship in Nineteenth-Century Anglo-American Literature.” Review of Amanda Claybaugh’s The Novel of Purpose: Literature and Social Reform in the Anglo-American World and Jennifer Cognard-Black’s Narrative in the Professional Age: Transatlantic Readings of Harriet Beecher Stowe, George Eliot, and Elizabeth Stuart Phelps.
  • Deborah Denenholz Morse, “Not “Just” a Children’s Writer: Hesba Stretton’s Reformist Fiction.” Review of Elaine Lomax’s The Writings of Hesba Stretton: Reclaiming the Outcast.
  • Yevgeniya Traps, “Collaborating Women.” Review of Jill R. Ehnenn’s Women’s Literary Collaboration, Queerness, and Late-Victorian Culture.
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