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Forthcoming in RaVoN Issue #66 (October 2014):
- Carolyn Lesjak (Simon Fraser University): ‘Anna Kornbluh. Realizing Capital: Financial and Psychic Economies in Victorian Form.’
- Nicholas Daly (University College Dublin): ‘Haewon Hwang. London’s Underground Spaces.’
- Kelly Hager (Simmons College): ‘Teresa Michals. Books for Children, Books for Adults: Age and the Novel from Defoe to James.’
- Monica F. Cohen (Columbia University): ‘Albert D. Pionke. The Ritual Culture of Victorian Professionals: Competing for Ceremonial Status, 1838-1877.’
Forthcoming in RaVoN Issue #65 (April 2014):
- Kieran Dolin (University of Western Australia): ‘Jan-Melissa Schramm. Atonement and Self-Sacrifice in Nineteenth-Century Narrative.’
- Natasha Moore (University of Sydney): ‘Ciaran Brady. James Anthony Froude: An Intellectual Biography of a Victorian Prophet’.
- Erin Nerstad (University of Chicago): ‘Karen Dieleman. Religious Imaginaries: The Liturgical and Poetic Practices of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Christina Rossetti, and Adelaide Procter.’
- Talia Schaffer (Graduate Center, CUNY and Queens College, CUNY): ‘Jane Jordan and Andrew King, eds. Ouida and Victorian Popular Culture.’
- Anjna Chouhan (Shakespeare Birthplace Trust): ‘Julia Thomas. Shakespeare’s Shrine: The Bard’s Birthplace and the Invention of Stratford-upon-Avon.’
- Caroline Reitz (Graduate Center, CUNY and John Jay College): ‘Daniel Tyler, ed. Dickens’s Style.’
- Deborah Fratz (University of Wisconsin-Whitewater): ‘David Bolt, Julia Miele Rodas, and Elizabeth J. Donaldson, eds. The Madwoman and the Blindman: Jane Eyre, Discourse, Disability.’
- Margaret D. Stetz (University of Delaware): ‘Christine Huguet and Simon J. James. George Gissing and the Woman Question: Convention and Dissent.’