Guest Blog: The State of Victorian Studies

Posted: July 22, 2017 by vequinox in Literature

Interesting Literature

By Professor Regenia Gagnier, University of Exeter

Note: This paper was presented at the State of the Field Plenary panel that opened the joint AVSA/BAVS/NAVSA (Australasian Victorian Studies Association; British Association for Victorian Studies; North American Victorian Studies Association) international conference ‘The Global and the Local’ at the Ca’Foscari University of Venice and Venice International University June 3-6 2013. The reference to the special issue of Critical Quarterly edited and introduced by Gagnier is Gagnier, R., Ed. The State, or Statelessness, of Victorian Studies. Critical Quarterly, 55 (April 2013) ‘Introduction: Victorian studies, world literatures, and globalisation,’ pp. 1-8. Gagnier was President of BAVS 2009-2012.

In the special issue of Critical Quarterly on ‘The State, or Statelessness, of Victorian Studies’ that Dino Felluga (Chair of NAVSA) has circulated to the Professionalization Workshop, we included essays on Digital Humanities and Higher Education; Neo-Victorian literature, politics, and architecture; post-Darwinian biology and genomics…

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