Bibliographic update April 2017: All

Journal of Victorian Culture

Sex, Fashion, Work: James Joyce and the Late-Victorian Actress
vol. 22 (2): 166-182
The Representation of Joe Whelks: Charles Dickens’s Reflections on a Theatre Audience
vol. 22 (2): 204-221
Workflow
vol. 22 (2): 222-223
Stuck in the Middle: Developing Research Workflows for a Multi-scale Text Analysis
vol. 22 (2): 224-231
From Chartist Newspaper to Digital Map of Grass-roots Meetings, 1841–44: Documenting Workflows
vol. 22 (2): 232-247
Digitization for the Masses: Taking Users Beyond Simple Searching in Nineteenth-Century Collections Online
vol. 22 (2): 248-255
Harriet Martineau and the Birth of Disciplines: Nineteenth-Century Intellectual Powerhouse
vol. 22 (2): 280-283
Politics, Performance and Popular Culture: Theatre and Society in Nineteenth-Century Britain
vol. 22 (2): 271-274
Lewis Carroll: Photography on the Move
vol. 22 (2): 262-264
Military Men of Feeling: Emotion, Touch, and Masculinity in the Crimean War
vol. 22 (2): 268-271
Place and Progress in the Works of Elizabeth Gaskell
vol. 22 (1): 123-126
Dickens and the Business of Death
vol. 22 (1): 127-128
Engines of Truth: Producing Veracity in the Victorian Courtroom
vol. 22 (1): 128-131
Weeping Britannia: Portrait of a Nation in Tears
vol. 22 (1): 134-136
Iron, Ornament and Architecture in Victorian Britain; Myth and Modernity, Excess and Enchantment
vol. 22 (1): 136-139
Full of Eastern Promise
vol. 22 (1): 131-133
On Not Reading The Soldier’s Pocket-book for Field Service
vol. 22 (1): 40-56
Steal it, Change it, Print it: Transatlantic Scissors-and-Paste Journalism in the Ladies’ Treasury, 1857–1895
vol. 22 (1): 24-39
Searching for the Material in Peter K. Andersson’s ‘How Civilized Were the Victorians?’
vol. 22 (1): 99-104
Sharing a Cab with Mr Pooter: A Reply to Peter K. Andersson’s ‘How Civilized Were the Victorians?’
vol. 22 (1): 59-68
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