Victorian Review, which began publication in 1972, is an interdisciplinary journal promoting the study of all aspects of nineteenth-century culture. It publishes research articles on Victorian literature, fine arts, history, politics, law, science, economics, sport, and popular culture. The journal, which is published twice annually, welcomes a wide variety of topics and theoretical approaches.
Victorian Review also reviews current books in all fields of Victorian studies.
For more information about the journal, visit Victorian Review‘s home page.
ANNOUNCEMENT: Victorian Review’s Hamilton Prize
Victorian Review invites submissions for the annual Hamilton Prize for the best graduate student essay in the field of Victorian Studies. The annual award honours the effort and achievements of Susan Hamilton, editor of Victorian Review from 2000 to 2006.
Essays should be 20-25 pages in length and should not have been previously published. The winner will receive an award of $250 CAN and publication of the essay in the Spring issue of Victorian Review. The journal will also publish the names and essay titles of up to two runners-up in the Spring issue. The deadline for submissions will be June 30 of each year.
The winning essay will be selected according to the following criteria: contribution to Victorian studies; quality and originality; and style and clarity. The award will be judged by a four-member panel of the journal’s Advisory Board.
Please send entries to:
ATTN: Hamilton Prize