New Issue: Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies 6:3

Issue 6.3 of Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies is now available at

This issue features the following articles and reviews:


  • Lee Behlman, “Loving “Stranger-Wise”: Augusta Webster’s Mother and Daughter and Nineteenth-Century Poetry on Motherhood ”
  • Nicole A. Diederich, “Gothic Doppelgangers and Discourse: Examining the Doubling Practice of (Re)marriage in Jane Eyre”
  • Molly Engelhardt, “Marie Taglioni, Ballerina Extraordinaire: in the Company of Women”
  • Elizabeth Lee Steere, ““Become a sweet and God-fearing woman”: British Women in Haggard’s Early African Romances”


  • Rachel A. Seiler, “Enacting History: Romantic Theatre and the Woman Writer.” Review of Lilla Maria Crisafulli and Keir Elam’s Women’s Romantic Theatre and Drama: History, Agency, and Performativity.
  • Yevgeniya Traps, “Transporting Things: The Spiritual Life of Victorian Objects.” Review of John Plotz’s Portable Property: Victorian Culture on the Move.
  • Alyssa Straight, “The Victorian Social Network: Women Media in Technology and Occult Communications.” Review of Jill Galvan’s The Sympathetic Medium: Feminine Channeling, the Occult, and Communication Technologies.
  • Cheryl Blake Price, “Imagined Criminalities: The New Woman and Crime.” Review of Elizabeth Carolyn Miller’s Framed: The New Woman Criminal in British Culture at the Fin de Siècle.

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