Archive for June, 2009

The last meeting of this semester was a discussion of some recent filmic representations of the nineteenth century. The idea being that everyone could watch one or two films and be prepared to discuss any others that came to mind.

Unfortunately, I was unable to attend and apologise for not updating this blog on time. However, I wanted to post two readings I thought were topical to this discussion.

Cora Kaplan: Fingersmith’s Coda: Feminism and Victorian Studies, Journal of Victorian Culture, Volume 13, Number 1, Spring 2008 , pp. 42-55


James Thompson: ‘The BBC and the Victorians,’ in The Victorians since 1901: Histories, Representations and Revisions, ed. Miles Taylor and Michael Wolff, Manchester University Press, 2004, pp 150-166


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