NINETEENTH-CENTURY GENDER STUDIES 

ISSUE 1 (WINTER 2005)

 

Look for the following reviews in forthcoming issues:

Marianne Szylyk (Montgomery College), Reviewing Alison Booth’s How to Make it as a Woman: Collective Biographical History from Victoria to the Present (University of Chicago Press, 2004).

Criscillia Benford (University of Chicago), Reviewing Jay Clayton’s Charles Dickens in Cyberspace: the Afterlife of the Nineteenth-Century in Postmodern Culture (Oxford, 2003) and Gina MacDonald and Andrew MacDonald, eds. Jane Austen on Screen (Cambridge University Press, 2003).

Audra Rouse (University of Texas, Austin), Reviewing Andrew Maunder and Grace Moore, eds., Victorian Crime, Sensation and Madness (Ashgate, 2004).

Lana Dalley (University of Washington), Reviewing Alexis Easley’s First Person Anonymous: Women Writers and Victorian Print Media, 1830-70 (Ashgate, 2004).

Amanda Mordavsky (Sheffield University), Reviewing Jeanette King’s The Victorian Woman Question in Contemporary Feminist Fiction (Palgrave, 2005).

Helen Rogers (Liverpool John Moores University), Reviewing Hera Cook’s The Long Sexual Revolution: English Women, Sex, and Contraception, 1800-1975 (Oxford, 2005).

Terra Walston (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), Reviewing James Buzard’s Disorienting Fiction: The Autoethnographic Work of Nineteenth-Century British Novels (Princeton University Press, 2005).

Rita Bode (Trent University Canada), Reviewing Sophia Andres’ The Pre-Raphaelite Art of the Victorian Novel: Narrative Challenges to Visual Gendered Boundaries (Ohio University Press, 2004).

David Hennessee (California Polytechnic), Reviewing Richard Dellamora’s Friendship’s Bonds: Democracy and the Novel in Victorian England (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004).