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Title Women, periodicals, and print culture in Britain, 1830s-1900s : the Victorian period / edited by Alexis Easley, Clare Gill, and Beth Rodgers.
Publisher Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, [2019]
Copyright date ©2019



Descript 1 online resource (xi, 580 pages) : illustrations
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Contents Introduction: Women, Periodicals, and Print Culture in the Victorian Period / Alexis Easley, Clare Gill, Beth Rodgers -- The Rise and Rise of the Domestic Magazine: Femininity at Home in Popular Periodicals / Margaret Beetham -- Regulating Servants in Victorian Women's Print Media / Kathryn Ledbetter -- Women Editors' Transnational Networks in the Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine and Myra's Journal / Marianne Van Remoortel -- Women and Family Health in the Mid-Victorian Family Magazine / Claire Furlong -- Negotiating Female Identity in Nineteenth-Century Ireland / Elizabeth Tilley -- Women and the Welsh Newspaper Press: The Cambrian News and the Western Mail, 1870-1895 / Tom O'Malley -- Promoting a Do-It-Yourself Spirit: Samuel Beeton's Young Englishwoman -- Jennifer Phegley -- Claiming Medicine as a Profession for Women: The English Woman's Journal's Campaign for Female Doctors -- Teja Varma Pusapati -- Encouraging Charitable Work and Membership in the Girls' Friendly Society through British Girls' Periodicals / Kristine Moruzi -- 'Welcome and Appeal for the "Maid of Dundee"': Constructing the Female Working-Class Bard in Ellen Johnston's Correspondent Poetry, 1862-1867 / Suz Garrard -- The Editor of the Period: Alice Corkran, the Girl's Realm, and the Woman Editor / Beth Rodgers -- The 'Most-Talked-Of Creature in the World': The 'American Girl' in Victorian Print Culture / Bob Nicholson -- Vicarious Pleasures: Photography, Modernity, and Mid-Victorian Domestic Journalism / Charlotte Boman -- Beauty Advertising and Advice in the Queen and Woman / Michelle J. Smith -- Women of the World: The Lady's Pictorial and Its Sister Papers / Gerry Beegan -- Rewriting Fairyland: Isabella Bird and the Spectacle of Nineteenth-Century Japan / Andrea Kaston Tange -- Victorian Women Wood Engravers: The Case of Clemence Housman / Lorraine Janzen Kooistra -- Women Journalists and Periodical Spaces / Joanne Shattock -- Making Space for Women's Work in the Leisure Hour: From Variety to 'Verity' / Katherine Malone -- Avatars, Pseudonyms, and the Regulation of Affect: Performing and Occluding Gender in the Pall Mall Gazette / Fionnuala Dillane -- Gender, Anonymity, and Humour in Women's Writing for Punch / Katy Birch -- Making Space for Women: The Labour Leader, the Clarion, and the Women's Column / Deborah Mutch -- By the Fireside: Margaret Oliphant's Armchair Commentaries / Valerie Sanders -- 'Afford[ing] me a Place': Recovering Women Poets in Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 1827-1835 / Lindsy Lawrence -- Constructing the Mass-Market Woman Reader and Writer: Eliza Cook and the Weekly Dispatch, 1836-1850 / Alexis Easley -- Elizabeth Gaskell and the Habit of Serialisation / Catherine Delafield -- Gender and Genre in Reviews of the Theological Novel / Anne DeWitt -- Reading Poet Amy Levy through Victorian Newspapers / Linda K. Hughes -- 'I simply write it to order': L.T. Meade, Sisters of Sherlock, and the Strand Magazine / Clare Clarke -- Brewing Storms of War, Slavery, and Imperialism: Harriet Martineau's Engagement with the Periodical Press / Lesa Scholl -- Mary Smith (1822-1889): A Radical Journalist under Many Guises / Florence S. Boos -- In Time of Disturbance: Political Dissonance and Subversion in Violet Fane's Contributions to the Lady's Realm / Ceylan Kosker -- 'Our Women in Journalism': African-American Women Journalists and the Circulation of News / Caroline Bressey -- The Response of the Late Victorian Feminist Press to Same-Sex Desire Controversies / Molly Youngkin -- Wings and the Woman's Signal: Reputation and Respectability in Women's Temperance Periodicals, 1892-1899 / Gemma Outen.
ISBN 9781474433938 (electronic bk.)
1474433936 (electronic bk.)
9781474433921 (electronic bk.)
1474433928 (electronic bk.)
1474433901
9781474433907
1474433901
9781474433907
EAN 9781474433907
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Series The Edinburgh history of women's periodical culture in Britain
Edinburgh history of women's periodical culture in Britain.
Subject Women's periodicals, English -- History -- 19th century.
Alt author Easley, Alexis, 1963- editor.
Gill, Clare, editor.
Rodgers, Beth, editor.
Descript 1 online resource (xi, 580 pages) : illustrations
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Contents Introduction: Women, Periodicals, and Print Culture in the Victorian Period / Alexis Easley, Clare Gill, Beth Rodgers -- The Rise and Rise of the Domestic Magazine: Femininity at Home in Popular Periodicals / Margaret Beetham -- Regulating Servants in Victorian Women's Print Media / Kathryn Ledbetter -- Women Editors' Transnational Networks in the Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine and Myra's Journal / Marianne Van Remoortel -- Women and Family Health in the Mid-Victorian Family Magazine / Claire Furlong -- Negotiating Female Identity in Nineteenth-Century Ireland / Elizabeth Tilley -- Women and the Welsh Newspaper Press: The Cambrian News and the Western Mail, 1870-1895 / Tom O'Malley -- Promoting a Do-It-Yourself Spirit: Samuel Beeton's Young Englishwoman -- Jennifer Phegley -- Claiming Medicine as a Profession for Women: The English Woman's Journal's Campaign for Female Doctors -- Teja Varma Pusapati -- Encouraging Charitable Work and Membership in the Girls' Friendly Society through British Girls' Periodicals / Kristine Moruzi -- 'Welcome and Appeal for the "Maid of Dundee"': Constructing the Female Working-Class Bard in Ellen Johnston's Correspondent Poetry, 1862-1867 / Suz Garrard -- The Editor of the Period: Alice Corkran, the Girl's Realm, and the Woman Editor / Beth Rodgers -- The 'Most-Talked-Of Creature in the World': The 'American Girl' in Victorian Print Culture / Bob Nicholson -- Vicarious Pleasures: Photography, Modernity, and Mid-Victorian Domestic Journalism / Charlotte Boman -- Beauty Advertising and Advice in the Queen and Woman / Michelle J. Smith -- Women of the World: The Lady's Pictorial and Its Sister Papers / Gerry Beegan -- Rewriting Fairyland: Isabella Bird and the Spectacle of Nineteenth-Century Japan / Andrea Kaston Tange -- Victorian Women Wood Engravers: The Case of Clemence Housman / Lorraine Janzen Kooistra -- Women Journalists and Periodical Spaces / Joanne Shattock -- Making Space for Women's Work in the Leisure Hour: From Variety to 'Verity' / Katherine Malone -- Avatars, Pseudonyms, and the Regulation of Affect: Performing and Occluding Gender in the Pall Mall Gazette / Fionnuala Dillane -- Gender, Anonymity, and Humour in Women's Writing for Punch / Katy Birch -- Making Space for Women: The Labour Leader, the Clarion, and the Women's Column / Deborah Mutch -- By the Fireside: Margaret Oliphant's Armchair Commentaries / Valerie Sanders -- 'Afford[ing] me a Place': Recovering Women Poets in Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 1827-1835 / Lindsy Lawrence -- Constructing the Mass-Market Woman Reader and Writer: Eliza Cook and the Weekly Dispatch, 1836-1850 / Alexis Easley -- Elizabeth Gaskell and the Habit of Serialisation / Catherine Delafield -- Gender and Genre in Reviews of the Theological Novel / Anne DeWitt -- Reading Poet Amy Levy through Victorian Newspapers / Linda K. Hughes -- 'I simply write it to order': L.T. Meade, Sisters of Sherlock, and the Strand Magazine / Clare Clarke -- Brewing Storms of War, Slavery, and Imperialism: Harriet Martineau's Engagement with the Periodical Press / Lesa Scholl -- Mary Smith (1822-1889): A Radical Journalist under Many Guises / Florence S. Boos -- In Time of Disturbance: Political Dissonance and Subversion in Violet Fane's Contributions to the Lady's Realm / Ceylan Kosker -- 'Our Women in Journalism': African-American Women Journalists and the Circulation of News / Caroline Bressey -- The Response of the Late Victorian Feminist Press to Same-Sex Desire Controversies / Molly Youngkin -- Wings and the Woman's Signal: Reputation and Respectability in Women's Temperance Periodicals, 1892-1899 / Gemma Outen.
ISBN 9781474433938 (electronic bk.)
1474433936 (electronic bk.)
9781474433921 (electronic bk.)
1474433928 (electronic bk.)
1474433901
9781474433907
1474433901
9781474433907
EAN 9781474433907
Series The Edinburgh history of women's periodical culture in Britain
Edinburgh history of women's periodical culture in Britain.
Subject Women's periodicals, English -- History -- 19th century.
Alt author Easley, Alexis, 1963- editor.
Gill, Clare, editor.
Rodgers, Beth, editor.

Subject Women's periodicals, English -- History -- 19th century.
Descript 1 online resource (xi, 580 pages) : illustrations
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Contents Introduction: Women, Periodicals, and Print Culture in the Victorian Period / Alexis Easley, Clare Gill, Beth Rodgers -- The Rise and Rise of the Domestic Magazine: Femininity at Home in Popular Periodicals / Margaret Beetham -- Regulating Servants in Victorian Women's Print Media / Kathryn Ledbetter -- Women Editors' Transnational Networks in the Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine and Myra's Journal / Marianne Van Remoortel -- Women and Family Health in the Mid-Victorian Family Magazine / Claire Furlong -- Negotiating Female Identity in Nineteenth-Century Ireland / Elizabeth Tilley -- Women and the Welsh Newspaper Press: The Cambrian News and the Western Mail, 1870-1895 / Tom O'Malley -- Promoting a Do-It-Yourself Spirit: Samuel Beeton's Young Englishwoman -- Jennifer Phegley -- Claiming Medicine as a Profession for Women: The English Woman's Journal's Campaign for Female Doctors -- Teja Varma Pusapati -- Encouraging Charitable Work and Membership in the Girls' Friendly Society through British Girls' Periodicals / Kristine Moruzi -- 'Welcome and Appeal for the "Maid of Dundee"': Constructing the Female Working-Class Bard in Ellen Johnston's Correspondent Poetry, 1862-1867 / Suz Garrard -- The Editor of the Period: Alice Corkran, the Girl's Realm, and the Woman Editor / Beth Rodgers -- The 'Most-Talked-Of Creature in the World': The 'American Girl' in Victorian Print Culture / Bob Nicholson -- Vicarious Pleasures: Photography, Modernity, and Mid-Victorian Domestic Journalism / Charlotte Boman -- Beauty Advertising and Advice in the Queen and Woman / Michelle J. Smith -- Women of the World: The Lady's Pictorial and Its Sister Papers / Gerry Beegan -- Rewriting Fairyland: Isabella Bird and the Spectacle of Nineteenth-Century Japan / Andrea Kaston Tange -- Victorian Women Wood Engravers: The Case of Clemence Housman / Lorraine Janzen Kooistra -- Women Journalists and Periodical Spaces / Joanne Shattock -- Making Space for Women's Work in the Leisure Hour: From Variety to 'Verity' / Katherine Malone -- Avatars, Pseudonyms, and the Regulation of Affect: Performing and Occluding Gender in the Pall Mall Gazette / Fionnuala Dillane -- Gender, Anonymity, and Humour in Women's Writing for Punch / Katy Birch -- Making Space for Women: The Labour Leader, the Clarion, and the Women's Column / Deborah Mutch -- By the Fireside: Margaret Oliphant's Armchair Commentaries / Valerie Sanders -- 'Afford[ing] me a Place': Recovering Women Poets in Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 1827-1835 / Lindsy Lawrence -- Constructing the Mass-Market Woman Reader and Writer: Eliza Cook and the Weekly Dispatch, 1836-1850 / Alexis Easley -- Elizabeth Gaskell and the Habit of Serialisation / Catherine Delafield -- Gender and Genre in Reviews of the Theological Novel / Anne DeWitt -- Reading Poet Amy Levy through Victorian Newspapers / Linda K. Hughes -- 'I simply write it to order': L.T. Meade, Sisters of Sherlock, and the Strand Magazine / Clare Clarke -- Brewing Storms of War, Slavery, and Imperialism: Harriet Martineau's Engagement with the Periodical Press / Lesa Scholl -- Mary Smith (1822-1889): A Radical Journalist under Many Guises / Florence S. Boos -- In Time of Disturbance: Political Dissonance and Subversion in Violet Fane's Contributions to the Lady's Realm / Ceylan Kosker -- 'Our Women in Journalism': African-American Women Journalists and the Circulation of News / Caroline Bressey -- The Response of the Late Victorian Feminist Press to Same-Sex Desire Controversies / Molly Youngkin -- Wings and the Woman's Signal: Reputation and Respectability in Women's Temperance Periodicals, 1892-1899 / Gemma Outen.
Alt author Easley, Alexis, 1963- editor.
Gill, Clare, editor.
Rodgers, Beth, editor.
ISBN 9781474433938 (electronic bk.)
1474433936 (electronic bk.)
9781474433921 (electronic bk.)
1474433928 (electronic bk.)
1474433901
9781474433907
1474433901
9781474433907
EAN 9781474433907

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