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CURRENT ISSUE
6-2
2013

Special Issue

Neo-Victorianism and Feminism: New Approaches
Guest edited by: Tara MacDonald and Joyce Goggin

 

CONTENTS. Pages  
     
Articles    
     

Introduction: Neo-Victorianism and Feminism
Tara MacDonald and Joyce Goggin

1-14 PDF
     
‘Victoriana’s Secret’: Emilie Autumn’s Burlesque Performance of Subcultural Neo-Victorianism
Eckart Voigts
15-39 PDF
     
Victorian Maids and Neo-Victorian Labour in Kaoru Mori’s Emma: A Victorian Romance
Elizabeth Ho
40-63 PDF
     
“Smash the Social Machine”: Neo-Victorianism and Postfeminism in Emma Donoghue’s The Sealed Letter
Claire O’Callaghan
64-88 PDF
     
The Naked Truth: The Postfeminist Afterlives of Irene Adler
Antonija Primorac
89-113 PDF
     
Those Very ‘Other’ Victorians: Interrogating Neo-Victorian Feminism in The Journal of Dora Damage
Caterina Novák
114-136 PDF
     
The ‘My Story’ Series: A Neo-Victorian Education in Feminism
Margaret D. Stetz
137-151 PDF
      
Archetypes and Icons: Materialising Victorian Womanhood in 1970s Feminist Art
Kimberly Rhodes
152-180 PDF
     
Reviews/Review Essays

   
Horrible Histories: Review of Marie-Luise Kohlke and Christian Gutleben’s Neo-Victorian Gothic: Horror, Violence and Degeneration in the Re-Imagined Nineteenth Century
Catherine Spooner
181-190 PDF
     
Weird and Wonderful, or the Victorians? Us: Review of Victoriana: The Art of Revival
Marie-Luise Kohlke
191-206 PDF
     
Feminist Awakenings:
Review of Essie Fox’s Elijah’s Mermaid and Stevie Davies’ Awakening
Marie-Luise Kohlke
207-222 PDF
     
Announcements Page

223-247

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Notes on Contributors 248-250 PDF
                                                                                                                                                                                               

 

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