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February 2016

Call for Publications: ‘Gender in Victorian Popular Fiction, Art and Culture’

Call for Articles: ‘Gender in Victorian Popular Fiction, Art and Culture’, Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies, special issue edited by Janine Hatter and Helena Ifill

Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies is a peer-reviewed, online journal committed to publishing insightful and innovative scholarship on gender studies and nineteenth-century British literature, art and culture. Continue reading “Call for Publications: ‘Gender in Victorian Popular Fiction, Art and Culture’”

CFP: Victorian Popular Genres, 14-15th July 2016


Keynote Speaker – Dr Joanne Knowles (Liverpool John Moores University)
Keynote Speaker – Dr Andrew Maunder (University of Hertfordshire)

 Exhibition – ‘Popular Victorian & Edwardian Fiction: From Cheaper, to Cheap, and then to Cheapest’, Curated by John Spiers

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CFP: Call for Papers: Victorian and Neo-Victorian Screen Adaptations

Visit the Association of Adaptation Studies webpage here.

Seminar ESSE, Galway, Ireland, August 22-26, 2016

As the pinnacle of success for the novel form, literature owes much to the Victorian period, both for creating new genres (like the detective novel or the Imperial romance) and reinventing others (the Gothic). Continue reading “CFP: Call for Papers: Victorian and Neo-Victorian Screen Adaptations”

CFP: The First of May: Politics in the Victorian Imagination

The Gladstone Centre at Gladstone’s Library

louisa.yates@gladlib.org

6-8 July 2016 at Gladstone’s Library, Flintshire, Wales

An international, interdisciplinary conference that brings together scholars from across the arts and humanities to explore the array of imaginative responses to the Victorian political environment.

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