PhD Studentship: The People’s Friend? Recovering Scottish Popular Magazine Culture

PhD Studentship: The People’s Friend? Recovering Scottish Popular Magazine Culture – with National Library of Scotland and the University of Strathclyde. Deadline for applications 17 May 2018 Applications are invited for an AHRC-funded collaborative PhD to research Scottish popular magazine … Continue reading

Nineteenth-Century Synergies: Ventures at Home and (Ad)Ventures Abroad

Nineteenth-Century Synergies: Ventures at Home and (Ad)Ventures Abroad hosted by the Department of English, at Presidency University, Kolkata, West Bengal, India took place on the 22nd and 23rd of February, 2018. Professors Joanne Shattock and Linda Hughes, gave papers entitled “Journalism and Literature: … Continue reading

CFP: Special Issue of Victorian Periodicals Review – Essays in Honor of Sally Mitchell

CFP: Special Issue of Victorian Periodicals Review  Essays in Honor of Sally Mitchell Proposals due March 1, 2018 Completed Essays due September 1, 2018   Sally Mitchell (1937-2016) was a pioneering feminist scholar and teacher in the field of Victorian … Continue reading

CFP: Special issue of Victorian Periodicals Review: The Strand Magazine

CFP: Special issue of Victorian Periodicals Review: The Strand Magazine Described by Reginald Pound as a ‘national institution’, the Strand Magazine (1891–1950) was the foremost British New Journalistic fiction paper of the 1890s. This heavily illustrated monthly promised its readers … Continue reading