“Oh Doctor, Doctor, don’t expect too much of me! I’m only a woman, after all!”: The (Dis) Embodiment of Lydia Gwilt in Collins’s Miss Gwilt
Wilkie Collins’s Monomaniacs in Basil, No Name, and Man and Wife
The New Magdalen and the Rhetoric of Prostitution: Restoring Mercy Merrick’s Agency
Redefining Bodies and Boundaries in Wilkie Collins’s Armadale and The Law and the Lady
John Kitto’s The Lost Senses: Deafness and Blindness and Wilkie Collins’s Hide and Seek and Poor Miss Finch
Authenticism and Post-Authenticism: Wilkie Collins’s Armadale and Michael Cox’s The Meaning of Night: A Confession
“Wilkie Collins: New Directions and Readings” (A Victorian Popular Fiction Association Study Day), 9 November 2013. Keynote Lecture by Professor William Baker
Wilkie Collins: Scholarship and Criticism: Past, Present, and Future
The Lighthouse by Wilkie Collins, with an introduction by Andrew Gasson and Caroline Radcliffe
Review by Valerie Pedlar
New Perspectives on Mary Elizabeth Braddon edited by Jessica Cox
Review by Elizabeth Adams.
Women’s Authorship and Editorship in Victorian Culture: Sensational Strategies by Beth Palmer
Review by Saverio Tomaiuolo.
Women and Literary Celebrity in the Nineteenth Century: The Transatlantic Production of Fame and Gender by Brenda R. Weber
Review by Erin VanLaningham.
Bodies and Things in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture edited by Katharina Boehm
Review by Tabitha Sparks.
Queer Others in Victorian Gothic: Transgressing Monstrosity by Ardel Haefele-Thomas
Review by Neil Hultgren.
Victorian Unfinished Novels: The Imperfect Page by Saverio Tomaiuolo
Review by Graham Law.
Writing Death and Absence in the Victorian Novel: Engraved Narratives by Jolene Zigarovich
Review by Laurence Talairach-Vielmas.