New Blog Post: Our preview of the Victorian Review interview series ends with Keridiana Chez’s discussion of her paper “You Can’t Trust Wolves No More Nor Women”: Canines, Women, and Deceptive Docility in Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Click here to access the interview. Additional videos and interviews will be posted between now and the new year, when the new Victorian Review will debut with all of these features and more! Happy Holidays!
Only a Few Months until VSAWC 2014 in Banff, AB
The website for VSAWC 2014 conference is now live (click here). This is the place to find information about the conference hotel and travelling to Banff. We have also posted a draft of the conference program. Information about registration is still to come. Follow @VSAWC for updates about the conference and its website.
Our conference theme this year explores Victorian concepts, representations, and experiences of community. From Chartist organizations to the Salvation Army, from women’s colleges to Mechanics ’Institutes, from Evangelical congregations to pagan gatherings, and including rituals ranging from family reading and hymn singing to maypole dancing, rugby matches, and croquet games, Victorians sought out “combinations” that were political, religious, domestic, social, artistic, academic, and/or erotic.
Keynote Speaker: Aileen Fyfe (History ,University of St.Andrews).
For the full CFP, Click Here