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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.

Forthcoming Volumes

Volume 27

As presently anticipated; final publication outcomes may vary.

Feature Articles

Katherine Ashley, "In Search of the 'Roman Nouveau': Translating R.L. Stevenson in Nineteenth-Century France"

Helen Bailie, "Northeastern Comic Sketchwriters, Immigration, and 'The Long Account Against the Foreigner'"

George Christian and Sarah Christian, "Writing the Earth: Stratigraphy and the Fiction of Science in The Mill on the Floss"

Susan Cook, "Sun and Shadow: Solarization and Little Dorrit"

Chase Pilak, "Roast Lamb"

Gary Simons, "William Thackeray's Art Exhibition Reviews: Art Criticism, Newspaper Journalism, and Social History"

Elise Smith, "Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Evelyne de Morgan, and the Progress of the Spirit"

Katharyn Stober, "Thackeray's National Satire"

Clayton Tarr, "Absolute Heathenism: Bog Bodies and the Archaeology of Nineteenth-Century Literature"

Kay Wells, "The 'merely imitative mood': British Japonisme and Imperial Mimesis"

Volume 28

As presently anticipated; final publication outcomes may vary.

Feature Articles

Amanda Klinger, "The Violence of Enlightenment in William Blake’s Visions of the Daughters of Albion"

Sara Malton, "Vanishing Points: Gaskell, Impressment, and Nineteenth-Century Cultural Memory"

Carra Glatt, "When Found, Make a Note of: Tracing the Source of a Dickensian Legend"

Joseph Fichtelberg, "Emily Dickinson's Picturesque War"

Matthew Salyer, "'As we was Kings': Allusive Historiography, Historical Romance, and Kipling’s 'The Man Who Would Be King'"

Kimberly Stern, "At Wit’s End: Oscar Wilde’s Aesthetic Pedagogy"

Andrew Winckles, "Masculine Robustness of Intellect and Feminine Delicacy of Sentiment: Agnes Bulmer’s Select Letters and the Construction of Evangelical Femininity