No 1 (2005)

Interdisciplinarity

Cover Page
This issue builds on a conference on the theme of The Moving Subject: Interdisciplinarities in Nineteenth-Century Studies held at the Institute for English Studies, London.

Table of Contents

Articles

Introduction: Interdisciplinarity Abstract
Hilary Fraser
Cultural Philanthropy, Gypsies and Interdisciplinary Scholars: Dream of a Common Language Abstract PDF
Regenia Gagnier
What is Interdisciplinary about Victorian History today? Abstract PDF
Rohan McWilliam
Mrs Birkbeck's Album: The Hand-written and the Printed in Early Nineteenth-Century Feminine Culture Abstract PDF
Patrizia Di Bello
Shared Concerns: Thoughts on British Literature and British Music in the Long Nineteenth Century Abstract PDF
Michael Allis
Mapping the "Mighty Maze": Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition Abstract PDF
James Mussell, Suzanne Paylor
Putting Women in the Boat in The Idler (1892-1898) and TO-DAY (1893-1897) Abstract PDF
Anne Humpherys


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