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September 14, 2016
Now Available: 19th Century Studies, Vol. 25.

The cover of NCS Volume 25

March 7, 2013
NCS introduces new online reviews feature. See online reviews.

March 1, 2011
NCSA introduces new Nineteenth Century Studies journal Web site.

March 15, 2010
Now Available: 19th Century Studies, Vol. 22.

Current Volume

Volume 26

Feature Articles

Marnin Young, “Napoleon Disfigured: Injury and Identity in Gros’s Battle of Eylau

Todd Berryman, “Napoleon’s German Soldiers: Wesphalia in Arms”

Quentin Bailey, “William Hazlitt, the National Gallery, and the ‘Fairy Vision’ of Art”

Doina Pasca Harsanyi, “The Utility of Doing Nothing: Balzac’s Thoughts on Nobility in Historical Context”

Trev Broughton, "Anxiety in Action: Letters of Advice between the Constables of East Bergholt in the Early Nineteenth Century"

Elise Smith, "Cruelty and Compassion in the Early Nineteenth Century: Garden Pests and the Inculcation of Virtue"

Urmi Bhowmik, “Empire and the Industrial Novel: Imperial Commodities and Colonial Labor in North and South

Caroline Reitz, “How I Found England: The Detective Narratives of Burton and Stanley”

Erik Ringmar, “Thinking Men and Ideals Betrayed: Bentham, Coleridge, and British Imperialism in Nineteenth-Century China”

Tricia Cusack, “The ‘Brightons of Ireland’: The Creation of the Irish Seaside and the Anglo-Irish Civilizing Mission”

Nancy West and Leigh Dillard, “Miss Havisham on the Home Front: Dickens, Literary Nationalism, and Harper’s Weekly

Donna Harrington-Lueker, “Fiction for Idle Summer Days: Nineteenth-Century Periodicals and the Marketing of Summer Fiction”

Constance Crompton, “Embodying the Solution to Degeneration: Eugen Sandow’s Effortless Labor”

Alex Goody, “Technological Women and Artificial Erotics in the Late Nineteenth Century”

Review Essays

Elizabeth Duquette, "Napoleon Effects"

Jamison Kanton, "In-House Imperialism"

Robin Peel, "The Center Cannot Hold"

Exhibition Review

Maura Coughlin, "Van Gogh and Nature"

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