This special issue, “Nineteenth-Century Feminisms: Press & Platform,” is guest edited by Susan Hamilton and Janice Schroeder.
The issue features the following articles and reviews:
- Margaret Beetham, “Thinking Back Through our Mother’s Magazines: Feminism’s Inheritance from Nineteenth-Century Magazines for Mothers”
- Michelle Tusan, “Gleaners in the Holy Land: Women and the Missionary Press in Victorian Britain”
- Joanne Shattock, “The ‘Orbit’ of the Feminine Critic: Gaskell and Eliot”
- Teresa C. Zackodnik, “‘Rich thought and polished pen’: Recirculation and Early African American Feminism”
- Solveig C. Robinson, “Victoria Woodhull-Martin and The Humanitarian (1892-1901): Feminism and Eugenics at the Fin de Siècle”
- Maria DiCenzo, “Pressing the Public: Nineteenth Century Feminist Periodicals and ‘the Press’”
- Christopher L. Reese, “Institutional Periodical Identities?” Review of Mark Schoenfield’s British Periodicals and Romantic Identity: The “Literary Lower Empire.”
- Nicole Fluhr, “Affairs of State: Aristocratic Women and the Politics of Influence.” Review of Muireann Ó’Cinnéide’s Aristocratic Women and the Literary Nation, 1832-1867.
- Chris Vanden Bossche, “Reading Reynolds’ Radicalism.” Review of Anne Humpherys and Louis James, eds. G. W. M. Reynolds: Nineteenth-Century Fiction, Politics, and the Press.
- Linda K. Hughes, “Strategic Authorship: Revising Histories of Women’s Writing.” Review of Linda Peterson’s Becoming a Woman of Letters: Myths of Authorship and Facts of the Victorian Market.
- Joanna Shawn Brigid O’Leary, “Tales of Fancy and the Politics of the Periodical.” Review of Caroline Sumpter’s The Victorian Press and the Fairy Tale.
- Jill Galvan, “Black, White, and Read All Over: Novels and News in the Victorian Age.” Review of Matthew Rubery’s The Novelty of Newspapers: Victorian Fiction after the Invention of the News.
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