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  • Print publication year: 2020
  • Online publication date: October 2020

Cambridge Studies in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture - Series page

  • Charles LaPorte, University of Washington
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • pp 214-220
1.The Sickroom in Victorian Fiction: The Art of Being Ill Miriam Bailin, Washington University
2.Muscular Christianity: Embodying the Victorian Age edited by Donald E. Hall, California State University, Northridge
3.Victorian Masculinities: Manhood and Masculine Poetics in Early Victorian Literature and Art Herbert Sussman, Northeastern University, Boston
4.Byron and the Victorians Andrew Elfenbein, University of Minnesota
5.Literature in the Marketplace: Nineteenth-Century British Publishing and the Circulation of Books edited by John O. Jordan, University of California, Santa Cruz and Robert L. Patten, Rice University, Houston
6.Victorian Photography, Painting and Poetry Lindsay Smith, University of Sussex
7.Charlotte Brontë and Victorian Psychology Sally Shuttleworth, University of Sheffield
8.The Gothic Body: Sexuality, Materialism and Degeneration at the Fin de Siècle Kelly Hurley, University of Colorado at Boulder
9.Rereading Walter Pater William F. Shuter, Eastern Michigan University
10.Remaking Queen Victoria edited by Margaret Homans, Yale University and Adrienne Munich, State University of New York, Stony Brook
11.Disease, Desire, and the Body in Victorian Women’s Popular Novels Pamela K. Gilbert, University of Florida
12.Realism, Representation, and the Arts in Nineteenth-Century Literature Alison Byerly, Middlebury College, Vermont
13.Literary Culture and the Pacific Vanessa Smith, University of Sydney
14.Professional Domesticity in the Victorian Novel Women, Work and Home Monica F. Cohen
15.Victorian Renovations of the Novel: Narrative Annexes and the Boundaries of Representation Suzanne Keen, Washington and Lee University, Virginia
16.Actresses on the Victorian Stage: Feminine Performance and the Galatea Myth Gail Marshall, University of Leeds
17.Death and the Mother from Dickens to Freud: Victorian Fiction and the Anxiety of Origin Carolyn Dever, Vanderbilt University, Tennessee
18.Ancestry and Narrative in Nineteenth-Century British Literature: Blood Relations from Edgeworth to Hardy Sophie Gilmartin, Royal Holloway, University of London
19.Dickens, Novel Reading, and the Victorian Popular Theatre Deborah Vlock
20.After Dickens: Reading, Adaptation and Performance John Glavin, Georgetown University, Washington D C
21.Victorian Women Writers and the Woman Question edited by Nicola Diane Thompson, Kingston University, London
22.Rhythm and Will in Victorian Poetry Matthew Campbell, University of Sheffield
23.Gender, Race, and the Writing of Empire: Public Discourse and the Boer War Paula M. Krebs, Wheaton College, Massachusetts
24.Ruskin’s God Michael Wheeler, University of Southampton
25.Dickens and the Daughter of the House Hilary M. Schor, University of Southern California
26.Detective Fiction and the Rise of Forensic Science Ronald R. Thomas, Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut
27.Testimony and Advocacy in Victorian Law, Literature, and Theology Jan-Melissa Schramm, Trinity Hall, Cambridge
28.Victorian Writing about Risk: Imagining a Safe England in a Dangerous World Elaine Freedgood, University of Pennsylvania
29.Physiognomy and the Meaning of Expression in Nineteenth-Century Culture Lucy Hartley, University of Southampton
30.The Victorian Parlour: A Cultural Study Thad Logan, Rice University, Houston
31.Aestheticism and Sexual Parody 1840–1940 Dennis Denisoff, Ryerson University, Toronto
32.Literature, Technology and Magical Thinking, 1880–1920 Pamela Thurschwell, University College London
33.Fairies in Nineteenth-Century Art and Literature Nicola Bown, Birkbeck, University of London
34.George Eliot and the British Empire Nancy Henry The State University of New York, Binghamton
35.Women’s Poetry and Religion in Victorian England: Jewish Identity and Christian Culture Cynthia Scheinberg, Mills College, California
36.Victorian Literature and the Anorexic Body Anna Krugovoy Silver, Mercer University, Georgia
37.Eavesdropping in the Novel from Austen to Proust Ann Gaylin, Yale University
38.Missionary Writing and Empire, 1800–1860 Anna Johnston, University of Tasmania
39.London and the Culture of Homosexuality, 1885–1914 Matt Cook, Keele University
40.Fiction, Famine, and the Rise of Economics in Victorian Britain and Ireland Gordon Bigelow, Rhodes College, Tennessee
41.Gender and the Victorian Periodical Hilary Fraser, Birkbeck, University of London Judith Johnston and Stephanie Green, University of Western Australia
42.The Victorian Supernatural edited by Nicola Bown, Birkbeck College, London Carolyn Burdett, London Metropolitan University and Pamela Thurschwell, University College London
43.The Indian Mutiny and the British Imagination Gautam Chakravarty, University of Delhi
44.The Revolution in Popular Literature: Print, Politics and the People Ian Haywood, Roehampton University of Surrey
45.Science in the Nineteenth-Century Periodical: Reading the Magazine of Nature Geoffrey Cantor, University of Leeds Gowan Dawson, University of Leicester Graeme Gooday, University of Leeds Richard Noakes, University of Cambridge Sally Shuttleworth, University of Sheffield and Jonathan R. Topham, University of Leeds
46.Literature and Medicine in Nineteenth-Century Britain from Mary Shelley to George Eliot Janis McLarren Caldwell, Wake Forest University
47.The Child Writer from Austen to Woolf edited by Christine Alexander, University of New South Wales and Juliet McMaster, University of Alberta
48.From Dickens to Dracula: Gothic, Economics, and Victorian Fiction Gail Turley Houston, University of New Mexico
49.Voice and the Victorian Storyteller Ivan Kreilkamp, University of Indiana
50.Charles Darwin and Victorian Visual Culture Jonathan Smith, University of Michigan-Dearborn
51.Catholicism, Sexual Deviance, and Victorian Gothic Culture Patrick R. O’Malley, Georgetown University
52.Epic and Empire in Nineteenth-Century Britain Simon Dentith, University of Gloucestershire
53.Victorian Honeymoons: Journeys to the Conjugal Helena Michie, Rice University
54.The Jewess in Nineteenth-Century British Literary Culture Nadia Valman, University of Southampton
55.Ireland, India and Nationalism in Nineteenth-Century Literature Julia Wright, Dalhousie University
56.Dickens and the Popular Radical Imagination Sally Ledger, Birkbeck, University of London
57.Darwin, Literature and Victorian Respectability Gowan Dawson, University of Leicester
58.‘Michael Field’: Poetry, Aestheticism and the Fin de Siècle Marion Thain, University of Birmingham
59.Colonies, Cults and Evolution: Literature, Science and Culture in Nineteenth-Century Writing David Amigoni, Keele University
60.Realism, Photography and Nineteenth-Century Fiction Daniel A. Novak, Lousiana State University
61.Caribbean Culture and British Fiction in the Atlantic World, 1780–1870 Tim Watson, University of Miami
62.The Poetry of Chartism: Aesthetics, Politics, History Michael Sanders, University of Manchester
63.Literature and Dance in Nineteenth-Century Britain: Jane Austen to the New Woman Cheryl Wilson, Indiana University
64.Shakespeare and Victorian Women Gail Marshall, Oxford Brookes University
65.The Tragi-Comedy of Victorian Fatherhood Valerie Sanders, University of Hull
66.Darwin and the Memory of the Human: Evolution, Savages, and South America Cannon Schmitt, University of Toronto
67.From Sketch to Novel: The Development of Victorian Fiction Amanpal Garcha, Ohio State University
68.The Crimean War and the British Imagination Stefanie Markovits, Yale University
69.Shock, Memory and the Unconscious in Victorian Fiction Jill L. Matus, University of Toronto
70.Sensation and Modernity in the 1860s Nicholas Daly, University College Dublin
71.Ghost-Seers, Detectives, and Spiritualists: Theories of Vision in Victorian Literature and Science Srdjan Smajić, Furman University
72.Satire in an Age of Realism Aaron Matz, Scripps College, California
73.Thinking About Other People in Nineteenth-Century British Writing Adela Pinch, University of Michigan
74.Tuberculosis and the Victorian Literary Imagination Katherine Byrne, University of Ulster, Coleraine
75.Urban Realism and the Cosmopolitan Imagination in the Nineteenth Century: Visible City, Invisible World Tanya Agathocleous, Hunter College, City University of New York
76.Women, Literature, and the Domesticated Landscape: England’s Disciples of Flora, 1780–1870 Judith W. Page, University of Florida Elise L. Smith, Millsaps College, Mississippi
77.Time and the Moment in Victorian Literature and Society Sue Zemka, University of Colorado
78.Popular Fiction and Brain Science in the Late Nineteenth Century Anne Stiles, Washington State University
79.Picturing Reform in Victorian Britain Janice Carlisle, Yale University
80.Atonement and Self-Sacrifice in Nineteenth-Century Narrative Jan-Melissa Schramm, University of Cambridge
81.The Silver Fork Novel: Fashionable Fiction in the Age of Reform Edward Copeland, Pomona College, California
82.Oscar Wilde and Ancient Greece Iain Ross, Colchester Royal Grammar School
83.The Poetry of Victorian Scientists: Style, Science and Nonsense Daniel Brown, University of Southampton
84.Moral Authority, Men of Science, and the Victorian Novel Anne DeWitt, Princeton Writing Program
85.China and the Victorian Imagination: Empires Entwined Ross G. Forman, University of Warwick
86.Dickens’s Style edited by Daniel Tyler, University of Oxford
87.The Formation of the Victorian Literary Profession Richard Salmon, University of Leeds
88.Before George Eliot: Marian Evans and the Periodical Press Fionnuala Dillane, University College Dublin
89.The Victorian Novel and the Space of Art: Fictional Form on Display Dehn Gilmore, California Institute of Technology
90.George Eliot and Money: Economics, Ethics and Literature Dermot Coleman, Independent Scholar
91.Masculinity and the New Imperialism: Rewriting Manhood in British Popular Literature, 1870–1914 Bradley Deane, University of Minnesota
92.Evolution and Victorian Culture edited by Bernard Lightman, York University, Toronto and Bennett Zon, University of Durham
93.Victorian Literature, Energy, and the Ecological Imagination Allen MacDuffie, University of Texas, Austin
94.Popular Literature, Authorship and the Occult in Late Victorian Britain Andrew McCann, Dartmouth College, New Hampshire
95.Women Writing Art History in the Nineteenth Century: Looking Like a Woman Hilary Fraser Birkbeck, University of London
96.Relics of Death in Victorian Literature and Culture Deborah Lutz, Long Island University, C. W. Post Campus
97.The Demographic Imagination and the Nineteenth-Century City: Paris, London, New York Nicholas Daly, University College Dublin
98.Dickens and the Business of Death Claire Wood, University of York
99.Translation as Transformation in Victorian Poetry Annmarie Drury, Queens College, City University of New York
100.The Bigamy Plot: Sensation and Convention in the Victorian Novel Maia McAleavey, Boston College, Massachusetts
101.English Fiction and the Evolution of Language, 1850–1914 Will Abberley, University of Oxford
102.The Racial Hand in the Victorian Imagination Aviva Briefel, Bowdoin College, Maine
103.Evolution and Imagination in Victorian Children’s Literature Jessica Straley, University of Utah
104.Writing Arctic Disaster: Authorship and Exploration Adriana Craciun, University of California, Riverside
105.Science, Fiction, and the Fin-de-Siècle Periodical Press Will Tattersdill, University of Birmingham
106.Democratising Beauty in Nineteenth-Century Britain: Art and the Politics of Public Life Lucy Hartley, University of Michigan
107.Everyday Words and the Character of Prose in Nineteenth-Century Britain Jonathan Farina, Seton Hall University, New Jersey
108.Gerard Manley Hopkins and the Poetry of Religious Experience Martin Dubois, University of Newcastle upon Tyne
109.Blindness and Writing: From Wordsworth to Gissing Heather Tilley, Birkbeck College, University of London
110.An Underground History of Early Victorian Fiction: Chartism, Radical Print Culture, and the Social Problem Novel Gregory Vargo, New York University
111.Automatism and Creative Acts in the Age of New Psychology Linda M. Austin, Oklahoma State University
112.Idleness and Aesthetic Consciousness, 1815–1900 Richard Adelman, University of Sussex
113.Poetry, Media, and the Material Body: Autopoetics in Nineteenth-Century Britain Ashley Miller, Albion College, Michigan
114.Malaria and Victorian Fictions of Empire Jessica Howell, Texas A&M University
115.The Brontës and the Idea of the Human: Science, Ethics, and the Victorian Imagination edited by Alexandra Lewis, University of Aberdeen
116.The Political Lives of Victorian Animals: Liberal Creatures in Literature and Culture Anna Feuerstein, University of Hawai’i-Manoa
117.The Divine in the Commonplace: Recent Natural Histories and the Novel in Britain Amy King, St John’s University, New York
118.Plagiarizing the Victorian Novel: Imitation, Parody, Aftertext Adam Abraham, Virginia Commonwealth University
119.Literature, Print Culture, and Media Technologies, 1880–1900: Many Inventions Richard Menke, University of Georgia
120.Aging, Duration, and the English Novel: Growing Old from Dickens to Woolf Jacob Jewusiak, Newcastle University
121.Autobiography, Sensation, and the Commodification of Identity in Victorian Narrative: Life upon the Exchange Sean Grass, Rochester Institute of Technology
122.Settler Colonialism in Victorian Literature: Economics and Political Identity in the Networks of Empire Phillip Steer, Massey University, Auckland
123.Mimicry and Display in Victorian Literary Culture: Nature, Science and the Nineteenth-Century Imagination Will Abberley, University of Sussex
124.Victorian Women and Wayward Reading: Crises of Identification Marisa Palacios Knox, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
125.The Victorian Cult of Shakespeare: Bardology in the Nineteenth Century Charles LaPorte, University of Washington