NINETEENTH-CENTURY GENDER STUDIES
ISSUE 2.3 (WINTER 2006)
Casey Cothran, “Fanged Desire: the New Woman and the Monster”
Adeline Johns-Putra, “Home and the Harem: Early Nineteenth-Century Orientalist Representations of Women by Women”
Eric Eisner, “Revolutionary Women.” Review of Adriana Craciun’s Fatal Women of Romanticism and British Women Writers and the French Revolution: Citizens of the World.
Rita Bode, “Reconfiguring Pictures: Pre-Raphaelite Images in the Victorian Novel.” Review of Sophia Andres’s The Pre-Raphaelite Art of the Victorian Novel: Narrative Challenges to Visual Gendered Boundaries.
Daniel Wong, “Escaped Nuns, Crafty Jesuits, and the Many Uses of Anti-Catholic Fiction.” Review of Susan M. Griffin’s Anti-Catholicism and Nineteenth-Century Fiction and Diana Peschier’s Nineteenth Century Anti-Catholic Discourses.
Kathryn Crowther, “Curing Cultural Dis-ease: Illness as Social Critique in the Novels of the Brontë Sisters.” Review of Beth Torgerson’s Reading the Brontë Body: Disease, Desire, and the Constraints of Culture.
Gordon Bigelow, “Dickens’s Costs.” Review of Paul A. Jarvie’s Ready to Trample on All Human Law: Financial Capitalism in the Fiction of Charles Dickens.
David Hennessee, “Between Friends, Sodomites, and Semites: A New Look at Victorian Democracy.” Review of Richard Dellamora’s Friendship's Bonds: Democracy and the Novel in Victorian England.
Robin Chamberlain, “Sexing the Brain.” Review of Rachel Malane’s Sex in Mind: The Gendered Brain in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Mental Sciences.
Brandon Jernigan, “Incorporating Technology, Industrializing Subjectivity.” Review of Nicholas Daly’s Literature, Technology, and Modernity, 1860-2000.
Editors-in-Chief: Stacey Floyd and Melissa Purdue
Reviews Editor: Lauren Goodlad
Techinical Editor: Josh Reid