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Journal of Victorian Culture is essential reading for scholars of the Victorian period. Beautifully produced, the Journal was established in Spring 1996, and is edited and published in Britain with the assistance of a distinguished group of Editorial Consultants. It provides an international forum for discussion and debate on all aspects of Victorian history and culture in a diverse range of formats, including articles, perspectives, roundtables and a section of substantial reviews.
published byEdinburgh University Press
viewing issueVolume 11, Number 2, Autumn 2006
Table of Contents
- Women Making News: Gender and Journalism in Modern Britain, and: Newspapers and Empire in Ireland and Britain: Reporting the British Empire, c. 1857-1921, and: From Grub Street to Fleet Street: an Illustrated History of English Newspapers to 1899 (review)
- pp. 349-356
- DOI: 10.1353/jvc.2006.0027
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