Victorian Review: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Victorian Studies welcomes submissions in all areas of Victorian studies. Our mandate is to publish the best international research in this interdisciplinary field, as well as to provide critical reviews of new books in Victorian studies by experts from around the world. Finally, our regular Victorian Review forum provides a unique venue in which diverse scholarly voices may address a topic from multiple points of view.


The journal, which began publication in 1972, is published twice annually by the Victorian Studies Association of Western Canada. The journal belongs to the Canadian Association of Learned Journals and follows its guidelines.


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