Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies 11.3

Issue 11.3 (Winter 2015) of Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies is now available. This special issue, entitled Relations: Literary Marketplaces, Affects, and Bodies of 18th- and 19th-Century Women Writers, is guest edited by Julia Fuller, Meechal Hoffman, and Livia Arndal Woods, and derives from the past year’s British Women Writers Conference. The issue contains the following:

Introduction 

Julia Fuller, Meechal Hoffman, and Livia Arndal Woods, “Introduction” PDF Version

Keynotes

Mary Jean Corbett, “‘Ashamed of the Inkpot’: Virginia Woolf, Lucy Clifford, and the Literary Marketplace” PDF Version

Nancy Yousef, “‘Emotions that reason deepens’: Second Thoughts about Affect” PDF Version

Articles

Mimi Winick, “Scholarly Collaboration for a Feminist New Age in Jane Harrison’s and Jessie Weston’s Alternative Histories” PDF Version

Constance Walker, “Ménage à trois at the Monthly Museum” PDF Version

Rachel Ablow, “Hypochondria and the Failure of Relationship” PDF Version

Anna E. MacDonald, “Edible Women and Milk Markets: The Linguistic and Lactational Exchanges of ‘Goblin Market’” PDF Version

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