NINETEENTH-CENTURY GENDER STUDIES 

ISSUE 3.1 (SPRING 2007)

 

Articles

Giuseppe Albano, “Robert Louis Stevenson’s Fabulous Salubriousness PDF Version

Susan P. Casteras, “Reader, Beware: Images of Victorian Women and BooksPDF Version

Tracey S. Rosenberg, “The Awkward Blot: George Eliot’s Reception and The Ideal Woman WriterPDF Version

Feature

Ellen Rosenman, “Gender Studies in the Twenty-First Century: An Interview with Christopher Lane and Alison BoothPDF Version

Reviews

Katherine D. Harris, “Masculinity and Femininity Unbound: Revising Gender Studies (Again) in British Romanticism.” Review of Susan J. Wolfson’s Borderlines: The Shiftings of Gender in British Romanticism. PDF Version

Kathleen Blake, “Tolerating the Dismal Science.” Review of Catherine Gallagher’s The
Body Economic: Life, Death, and Sensation in Political Economy and the Victorian Novel
. PDF Version

Simon Humphries, “The Nothing That She Says.” Review of Constance W. Hassett’s Christina Rossetti: The Patience of Style. PDF Version

Nicholas Birns, “Outlandish and Sensational.” Review of Kimberly Harrison and Richard Fantina’s Victorian Sensations: Essays on a Scandalous Genre and Timothy L. Carens’s Outlandish English Subjects in the Victorian Domestic Novel. PDF Version

Lisa Hartsell Jackson, “Bruised Faces, Private Places, Public Gazes.” Review of Lisa Surridge’s Bleak Houses: Marital Violence in Victorian Fiction. PDF Version

Dagni Bredesen, “Investigating the Female Detective in Victorian and Edwardian Fiction.” Review of Joseph A. Kestner’s Sherlock’s Sisters: The British Female Detective 1864-1913. PDF Version

Chris Louttit, “Sexing the Victorians.” Review of Seth Koven’s Slumming: Sexual and Social Politics in Victorian London and Holly Furneaux and Anne Schwan’s Dickens and Sex. PDF Version


 

Editors-in-Chief: Stacey Floyd and Melissa Purdue

Reviews Editor: Lauren Goodlad

Technical Editor: Josh Reid