Journal of Victorian Culture

The Journal of Victorian Culture (JVC) promotes the best work on all aspects of nineteenth-century society, culture, and the material world including: literature, art, performance, politics, science, medicine, technology, lived experience, and ideas. It welcomes submissions which address a broad Victorian studies readership and explore new questions and approaches. Concerned with the long nineteenth century, its legacies, and echoes in the present day, the journal encourages articles which interrogate periodisation, historiography and critical traditions.

Four issues a year.

Publisher: 
Routledge
ISSN (print): 
13555502
ISSN (online): 
17500133

Latest articles

Volume 22 (3)

Introduction: Roundtable on John Tallis’s London Street Views (1838–1840)
vol. 22 (3): 287-296
Representing Commerce in Tallis’s London Street Views
vol. 22 (3): 297-316
Representing Commerce in Tallis’s London Street Views
vol. 22 (3): 297-316
Transformation and Specialization in London and its Topography
vol. 22 (3): 317-328
Transformation and Specialization in London and its Topography
vol. 22 (3): 317-328
Putting People on the Page: Material Culture as a Way in to Everyday Life behind the Facades of Tallis’s London Street Views
vol. 22 (3): 329-338
Inside Tallis: Reconstructing the Interiors of Tallis’s London Street Views
vol. 22 (3): 339-353
Making the High Street: Walking Tours and Street Views in the 1830s
vol. 22 (3): 354-361
Making the High Street: Walking Tours and Street Views in the 1830s
vol. 22 (3): 354-361
‘A Just and Liberal Landlord’: Manliness, Work, and the Landed Gentleman in the Brontës’ Novels
vol. 22 (3): 362-379
‘A Just and Liberal Landlord’: Manliness, Work, and the Landed Gentleman in the Brontës’ Novels
vol. 22 (3): 362-379
Spying in the British Post Office, Victorian Politics and Wilkie Collins’s The Woman in White
vol. 22 (3): 380-398
Spying in the British Post Office, Victorian Politics and Wilkie Collins’s The Woman in White
vol. 22 (3): 380-398
Redefining the Republic of Letters: The Literary Public and Mudie’s Circulating Library
vol. 22 (3): 399-417
Redefining the Republic of Letters: The Literary Public and Mudie’s Circulating Library
vol. 22 (3): 399-417
British Writers and Paris 1830–1875
vol. 22 (3): 418-421
British Writers and Paris 1830–1875
vol. 22 (3): 418-421
I Hope I Don’t Intrude: Privacy and its Dilemmas in Nineteenth-century Britain: Privacy: A Short History
vol. 22 (3): 421-423
I Hope I Don’t Intrude: Privacy and its Dilemmas in Nineteenth-century Britain: Privacy: A Short History
vol. 22 (3): 421-423
Notes on Contributors
vol. 22 (3): 424-425