Issue 8.2 of Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies

Issue 8.2 of Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies

Issue 8.2 of Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies is now available at: www.ncgsjournal.com

This special issue, “Law and Gender in Nineteenth-Century England,” is guest edited by Julia McCord Chavez and Katherine Gilbert. It features the following articles and reviews:

Introduction

Julia McCord Chavez and Katherine Gilbert, “Introduction

Articles

Christine L. Krueger, “The Queer Heroism of a Man of Law in A Tale of Two Cities
Catherine Siemann, “Appellate Lawyers in Petticoats: Access to Justice in Wilkie Collins’s The Law and the Lady
Matthew Ingleby, “Bulwer-Lytton, Braddon, and the Bachelorization of Legal Bloomsbury
Gregory Brennen, “Legal Fictions, Legal Limits: The Noble Patriarch and the Power of Law in Victorian Literature
Danaya C. Wright, “Policing Sexual Morality: Percy Shelley and the Expansive Scope of the Parens Patriae in the Law of Custody of Children
Clare McGlynn, “John Stuart Mill on Prostitution: Radical Sentiments, Liberal Proscriptions
Colleen Fenno, “Testimony, Trauma, and a Space for Victims: Mary Wollsonecraft’s Maria: Or the Wrongs of Woman

Reviews

Marlene Tromp, “The Case of the Brontës in Law and Fiction.” Review of Ian Ward’s Law and the Brontës.
Elsie B. Michie, “Global Capitalism and Nineteenth-Century Literature.” Review of Ayse Çelikkol’s Romances of Free Trade: British Literature, Laissez-Faire, and the Global Nineteenth Century.
Barbara Leckie, “I Don’t: The Failed-Marriage Plot and the Victorian Novel.” Review of Kelly Hager’s Dickens and the Rise of Divorce: the Failed-Marriage Plot and the Novel Tradition.
Thad Logan, “Imitations of Life, or Art (and Industry) at Home.” Review of Talia Schaffer’s Novel Craft: Victorian Domestic Handicraft and Nineteenth-Century Fiction.

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