Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies 11.1 (Spring 2015) now online

The latest issue of Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies (issue 11.1, Spring 2015) is now online. It contains the following open-access articles and reviews:


Jean Fernandez, “‘A quaint house in the oldest quarter’: Gendered Spaces of Empire in Flora Annie Steel’s On the Face of the WatersPDF Version

Aaron S. Kaiserman, “‘Wandering through Bowers Beloved’: The Wandering Jew and the Woman Poet in Caroline Norton’s The Undying OnePDF Version

Emily R. Lyons, “Curiously Near Akin: The Queer Imperial Gothic Heroes of Bertram Mitford and Victoria CrossPDF Version

Patricia Murphy, “Ecofeminist Whispers: The Interrogation of ‘Feminine Nature’ in Mathilde Blind’s Short PoetryPDF Version


Audrey Jaffe, “Real Housewives of Victorian England.” Review of Lana L. Dalley and Jill Rappoport’s Economic Women: Essays on Desire and Dispossession in Nineteenth-Century British Culture. PDF Version

Mary Trotter, “Ill-fated Women, Femmes Fatales, and Feminism.” Review of Sos Eltis’s Acts of Desire: Women and Sex on Stage 1800-1930. PDF Version

Don James McLaughlin, “How Same-Sex Desire Got its Gender Nonconformity Back.” Review of David Greven’s Gender Protest and Same-Sex Desire in Antebellum American Literature. PDF Version


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