Volume 46 (2018)


  • Ana Raquel Rojas, Vampires and Unicorns: Atavism, Futurism, and Disruption in a Twenty-First Century Reading of Dracula
  • Katherine Dunagan Osborne, Wives, Daughters, and Worsted-Work: Elizabeth Gaskell and the Trouble with Victorian Handiwork Culture
  • Emily E. Tucker, Wilde’s Salome and Fin de Siècle Melodrama
  • Katie Nunnery, Sexology, Imperialism, and the Male Narrator in Victoria Cross’s “Theodora, A Fragment”
  • Madeline Reynolds, Industrial Accountability: The Case of Bleak House’s Mr. Rouncewell


  • Lauren Byler, Bad Logic: Reasoning about Desire in the Victorian Novel, by Daniel Wright
  • Kevin A. Morrison, Tact: Aesthetic Liberalism and the Essay Form in Nineteenth-Century Britain, by David Russell
  • Esther Godfrey, Replotting Marriage in Nineteenth-Century British Literature, edited by Jill Galvan and Elsie Michie  
  • Joshua Taft, Cultivating Belief: Victorian Anthropology, Liberal Aesthetics, and the Secular Imagination, by Sebastian Lecourt
  • Joy Dixon, Willful Submission: Sado-Erotics and Heavenly Marriage in Victorian Religious Poetry, by Amanda Paxton
  • Sarah C. Pilcher, The Invention of the Modern Dog: Breed and Blood in Victorian Britain, by Michael Worboys, Julie-Marie Strange, and Neil Pemberton
  • Frances D. Henderson, Reaping Something New: African American Transformations of Victorian Literature, by Daniel Hack
  • Margaret S. Kennedy, Ecological Form: System and Aesthetics in the Age of Empire, edited by Nathan K. Hensley and Philip Steer
  • Cheri L. Larsen Hoeckley, The Cambridge Companion to George Eliot, edited by George Levine and Nancy Henry
  • Natalie Bell Cole, The One, Other, and Only Dickens, by Garrett Stewart
  • Notes on Contributors
  • Graduate Student Conference Paper Award: Hope Rodgers, Peas to Cranford