Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies 12.3 (Winter 2016) is now available. 12.3 is a special issue, “Gender in Victorian Popular Fiction, Art, and Culture,” edited by Janine Hatter and Helena Ifill. It contains:
- Janine Hatter and Helena Ifill, “Gender in Victorian Popular Fiction, Art, and Culture”
- Philippa Abbott, “Popular Fictions of Gender in the Newgate Novels”
- Brooke Fortune, “Jack Sheppard and the Eternal Boy”
- Mary Clai Jones, “Refashioning Spaces of Play in Victorian Doll Stories”
- Flore Janssen, “‘Common Rules of Street Politeness’? The Clash of Gender and Social Class in Representations of Street Harassment by Elizabeth Gaskell and Eliza Lynn Linton”
- Erin Louttit, “‘not men’s playthings and slaves’: Popular Fiction, Gender Inequality, and Women’s Education in Alice Mangold Diehl’s Paull’s Theory”
- Susan Hroncek, “‘They Would Take Me for a Witch or Poisoner’: Marginalization and the Woman Scientist in Fin-de-Siècle Speculative Fiction”
- Shannon Scott, “Objectifying the Brontës: Making the Inanimate Intimate.” Review of Deborah Lutz’s The Brontë Cabinet: Three Lives in Nine Objects.
- Sarah Kniesler, “Issues Other than Desire.” Review of Talia Schaffer’s Romance’s Rival: Familiar Marriage in Victorian Fiction.
- Simon J. James, “Remaking Victorian Men.” Review of Tara MacDonald’s The New Man: Masculinity and Marriage in the Victorian Novel.
- Sarah Parker, “Independent Women.” Review of Emma Liggin’s Odd Women? Spinsters, Lesbians and Widows in British Women’s Fiction, 1850s-1930s.
- Indu Ohri, “The Conflict between Individuality, Science, and Theology in the Victorian Ghost Story.” Review of Jen Cadwallader’s Spirits and Spirituality in Victorian Fiction