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News of Members115 1900 at the Wright Museum of Art (1987), she has had a long-standing involvement with Pre-Raphaelite scholarship and associated issues. Currently, she is the editor of The PreRaphaelite Studies Journal and is writing a book on the ideological and political code of medievalism. Betsy Cogger Rezelman is Associate Dean for FacultyAffairs and Associate Professor of Fine Arts at St. Lawrence University and past managing editor of Victorian Studies. Her speciality is late Victorian genre painting, particularly the Newlyn School, a late nineteenthcentury Cornish art colony; she has published entries in Macmillan's forthcoming The Dictionary ofArt, Victorian Britain: An Encyclopedia, Women's Studies Encyclopedia, and The Eighteen Nineties: An Encyclopedia ofBritish Literature, Art and Culture, has lectured extensively on Victorian art, and is presently working on an article on Elizabeth Armstrong Forbes, a Canadian artist. Priscilla L. Walton is an Assistant Professor in English at the University of Lethbridge. She has an article on Henry James's The Golden Bowl forthcoming in the Henry James Review, and has published articles in such journals as North Dakota Quarterly, Connecticut Review, Ariel, and World Literature Written in English. She is presently at work on a book on Anthony Trollope's Palliser novels. NEWS OF VSAWC MEMBERS Richard Dellamora, Trent University, recently published Masculine Desire: The Sexual Politics ofVictorian Aestheticism with the University of North Carolina Press in April, 1990. He has just been awarded a SSHRCC grant to undertake a book to be entitled In Search ofPurity: Male Writingfrom Disraeli to T. E. Lawrence. Ian Dyck, Simon Fraser University, has recently published "Towards the Cottage Charter: The Expressive Culture of Farm Workers in Nineteenth-Century England" in Rural History 1.1 (1990). ISOBEL GRUNDY, University of Alberta, along with Virginia Blain and Patricia Clements, has recently published 77ie Feminist Companion to Literature in English, Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Edgar Harden, Simon Fraser University, has recently edited a critical edition of Thackeray's Henry Esmond (Garland 1989), and Annotations for the Selected Works of W. M. Thackeray, 2 vols. (Garland 1990). ANTHONY HARDING, University of Saskatchewan, has recently published "Coleridge and Transcendentalism," an examination of what was made of Coleridge by Emerson, Fuller, 116Victorian Review and Thoreau, in The Coleridge Connection (Macmillan 1990). He presented a paper on "Felicia Hemans and the Effacement of Woman* at the MLA in Chicago, 1990. Margot K. Louis has recently published Swinburne and His Gods: The Roots and Growth ofan Agnostic Poetry (McGill-Queens 1990). KATHLEEN McCRONE, University of Windsor, is assuming the post of Dean of Social Science, July 1, 1990 to July 30, 1995. Her recent publications include "Emancipation or Recreation? The Development of Women's Sport at the University of London." International Journal of the History ofSport 7.2 (1990): 204-29. J. Russell Perkin, Saint Mary's University, has recently published Thackeray and Orientalism: ComhiU to Cairo and The Newcomes" inEnglish Studies in Canada 16 (1990): 297-313. Fred Radford, University of Alberta, has an expanded version of the paper presented to the VSAWC in 1989, The Nautilus and the Tower: John Ruskin and the Victorian Medievalism of James Joyce," with an iconographical illustration by Denise Radford, forthcoming in James Joyce Quarterly, Spring 1991, a special issue on Joyce and the Victorians. HERBERT Rosengarten, University ofBritish Columbia, has edited, alongwith Margaret Smith, the World's Classics edition ofCharlotte Bronte's The Professor (forthcoming 1991). LLOYD Siemens, University ofWinnipeg, has recently published "What Hardy Really Said About the Critics: Cancelled Passages in the Manuscript of the Life" in the Thomas Hardy Journal 63 (1990); his The Critical Reception of Sir Rider Haggard· An Annotated Bibliography: 1882-1991 is forthcoming from ELT Press in August, 1991. Glennis Stephenson, University of Alberta, has just finished editing, with Shirley Neuman, the transactions of the Imag(in)ing Women: Representations of Women in Culture symposium (forthcoming Northeastern University Press). She has received a three-year SSHRCC Research Grant to write a study of women's use of the dramatic monologue during the nineteenth century. If anyone has any knowledge concerning the whereabouts of manuscripts or letters belonging to Augusta Webster, she would be delighted to hear from you...


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