Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies 12.1 (Spring 2016) is now available, with the following articles and reviews:
Anna Andes, “Legitimacy and Infanticide: The Isolated Widows ofMrs. Keith’s Crime, Manchester Shirtmaker and Alan’s Wife”
W. C. Harris and Dawn Vernooy, “Buy Curio(u)s: Homosocial Possession and Camp Recoding of the Orientalist Object in Richard Marsh”
Juliette De Soto, “The Starving Feminine Body in Gissing’s The Odd Women”
Kate Faber Oestreich, “‘Orlando about the year 1840’: Woolf’s Rebellion against Victorian Sexual Repression through Image and Text”
Rachel Schulkins, “Immodest Otherness: Nationalism and the Exotic Jewess in Sir Walter Scott’s Ivanhoe”
Christine Sutphin, “Ghosts and Angels in the House: Cecilia de Noel and the Search for Faith in the Late Nineteenth Century”
Christine Bayles Kortsch, “How to Make a House a Home.” Review of Amy G. Richter’s At Home at Nineteenth-Century America: A Documentary History.
Janine Hatter, “Multiple Marriages in Victorian Literature.” Review of Maia McAleavey’s The Bigamy Plot: Sensation and Convention in the Victorian Novel.
Lois Burke, “Gender in (Loco)Motion.” Review of Anna Despotopoulou’s Women and the Railway, 1850-1915.
Beth Palmer, “Shedding New Light on Female Professionals in the Victorian Periodical Press.” Review of Marianne Van Remoortel’s Women, Work and the Victorian Periodical: Living by the Press.
Adrienne E. Gavin, “Women and the Law in Europe.” Review of Eva Schandevyl’s Women in Law and Lawmaking in Nineteenth and Twentieth-Century Europe.