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Special Issue: Screening the Victorians in the Twenty-First Century

Guest edited by Chris Louttit and Erin Louttit

(published 14 December 2018)

Contents Pages  

Introduction: Screening the Victorians in the Twenty-First Century

Chris Louttit and Erin Louttit

1-14 PDF

Reengineering Modernity: Cinematic Detritus and the Steampunk Blockbuster

Robbie McAllister

15-37 PDF

Representations of Masculinity in Neo-Victorian Film and Television

Jamil Mustafa




For British Eyes Only: Arrested Development and Neo-Victorian Television Comedy

Clayton Carlyle Tarr

65-84 PDF

Miss Ives and ISIS: The Cult(ure) of Collaboration in Neo-Victorian Adaptations

Cameron Dodworth

85-110 PDF

“I love her and, as to different, well, she’s a lizard”: Queer and Interspecies Relationships in Doctor Who

Marina Gerzic and Duc Dau

111-140 PDF

What Use Our Work: Crime and Justice in Ripper Street

Helena Esser

141-173 PDF

Doctor Who and the Neo-Victorian Serial Christmas Tradition

Lindsy Lawrence

174-206 PDF
Reviews/Review Essays


The Gilded Age of Gore: Review of The Alienist (2018)

Shannon Scott

207-222 PDF

Vile Bodies: Review of Kathryn Hughes, Victorians Undone: Tales of the Flesh in the Age of Decorum

Robert Finnigan

223-228 PDF

Neo-Victorian Negotiations of Agency and Disability: Review of Helen Davies, Neo-Victorian Freakery: The Cultural Afterlife of the Victorian Freak Show

Nadine Boehm-Schnitker

229-237 PDF
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