Volume 50 (2023)


  • Shalmi Barman, The Factory Girl’s Address: Ellen Johnston and the Politics of Form
  • Rene van Woudenberg, John Ruskin on Reading
  • Tin Yan Grace Lee, Being “Rightly Known”: Otherness and the Ethics of Reading in Charlotte Brontë’s Villette
  • Ronald Schleifer, The Discipline of Economics and the Rise of Corporate Capitalism in the Late Nineteenth Century
  • Marlene Tromp, The Social Work of Lying: Medicine and Murder in 1865
  • Keaghan Turner, Things to Die for: The Affective Power of Objects in E. W. Hornung’s Tales of A. J. Raffles, Amateur Cracksman
  • Meri-Jane Rochelson Russian Nihilists in British Periodicals, 1880-1900

Digital Deliverables

  • Alison Fiona Chapman, The Digital Victorian Periodical Poetry Project
  • April Patrick, Natalie M. Houston, and Lindsy Lawrence, The Periodical Poetry Index, version 2.0


  • Julia Kuehn (ed.) and David Possen (trans.), Elisabeth Jerichau-Baumann, Constantinople 1869-70: Public Spaces


  • Caroline McCracken-Fletcher, Robert Louis Stevenson: A Documentary Volume, edited by Patrick Scott
  • Parama Roy, Narrating Trauma: Victorian Novels and Modern Stress Disorders, by Gretchen Braun
  • Amy M. King, Strange Gods: Love and Idolatry in the Victorian Novel, by Timothy L. Carens
  • Corey E. Andrews, The International Companion to Nineteenth-Century Scottish Literature, edited by Sheila M. Kidd, Caroline McCracken-Flesher, and Kenneth McNeil
  • Andrew Petracca, The Science of Character: Human Objecthood and the Ends of Victorian Realism, by S. Pearl Brilmyer
  • Jo Mikula, Queer Kinship After Wilde: Transnational Decadence and the Family, by Kristin Mahoney
  • Mary Jean Corbett, Victorian Metafiction, by Tabitha Sparks
  • Sharon Aronofsky Weltman, Strangers in the Archive: Literary Evidence and London’s East End, by Heidi Kaufman