New issue of 19, “Replicating Bodies”

Issue 24 of 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century is now available. The issue, edited by Will Abberley, is titled “Replicating Bodies in Nineteenth-Century Science and Culture.” It contains:

  • Will Abberley, “Introduction: Replicating Bodies in Nineteenth-Century Science and Culture”
  • Corinna Wagner, “Replicating Venus: Art, Anatomy, Wax Models, and Automata”
  • Kristin D. Hussey, “Seen and Unseen: The Representation of Visible and Hidden Disease in the Waxworks of Joseph Towne and the Gordon Museum”
  • Verity Darke, “Reading the Body-Object: Nineteenth-Century Taxidermy Manuals and Our Mutual Friend
  • Treena Warren, “Holy Horror: Medicine, Martyrs, and the Photographic Image 1860-1910”
  • Christopher Pittard, “V for Ventriloquism: Powers of Vocal Mimicry in Henry Cockton’s The Life and Adventures of Valentine Vox, the Ventriloquist”
  • Jane Goodall, “Between Science and Supernaturalism: Mimesis and the Uncanny in Nineteenth-Century Theatre and Culture”



JVC 22.3 (September 2017) available

Journal of Victorian Culture 22.3 (September 2017) is now available. It contains:


Original Articles 


  • Paris is a Moveable Feast, Peter Blake (review of Elisabeth Jay’s British Writers and Paris 1830–1875)
  • Secrets and Lies, Rohan McWilliam (review of David Vincent’s I Hope I Don’t Intrude: Privacy and its Dilemmas in Nineteenth-century Britain and Privacy: A Short History)


Victorian Poetry 55.1 (Spring 2017)

The Spring 2017 issue of Victorian Poetry, guest-edited by Letitia Henville and dedicated to the work of Augusta Webster, is now available. Issue 55.1 contains:

European Romantic Review 28.3 (June 2017) now available

European Romantic Review 28.3 (June 2017) is now available. Dedicated to the 2016 NASSR conference, “Romanticism and Its Discontents,” the special issue contains the following:


Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies 13.1 available

Issue 13.1 of Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies is now available. It contains the following articles and reviews:



Victorian Literature and Culture 45.1 (March 2017) now available

Victorian Literature and Culture 45.1 (March 2017) is now available. It contains the following:

Research Articles

Work in Progress

Review Essay

Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies 12.3 (Winter 2016)

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: