‘The Future of Academic Journals’ edited by Zoe Alker, Christopher Donaldson and James Mussell. This Digital Forum offers perspectives on the opportunities and challenges presented by the use of digital technologies in academic publishing, networking and communication. It features position papers from three participants in the ‘Victorian Studies Journals: Coming of Age’ roundtable that convened at BAVS 2015: Lucinda Matthews-Jones, James Mussell and Helen Rogers. Collectively, these three scholars offer incisive reflections on the ways that scholars and publishers haveRead more
Tag: JVC Online Announcements
JVC online needs YOU!
As a multi-authored blog, we’re always looking for your contributions to JVC online. We want our readers to see JVC online as a place to blog without having to commitment to writing regular posts, or feeling tied down to having your own blog. Interested in writing a post then email Lucie at email@example.com. How can you get involved? Fun Posts We’re always looking for reviews of films, TV and exhibitions (temporary/permanent). You can also let us know about any Victorian orRead more
Call for JVC Online Contributors
As part of our continual development of JVC Online, we are currently seeking to bring a few people on board as Contributors, and we invite applications to be part of this group. Contributors would be expected to post two blog entries per month: one “serious” piece that would relate to the author’s current research activities and teaching interests & one “fun” piece that would highlight popular culture connections to Victorian studies. These entries should be short (no longer than 500Read more
It’s been a busy couple of days here at JVC online with Lisa and I attending the British Association of Victorian Studies (BAVS) annual conference. It was also the first time that we had met in person. Accompanying this post is pictorial proof of our encounter (taken after 3 days of heavy conferencing!). Thanks to Jim Mussell and Amber Regis, we’re fortunate enough to have the conference Twitter feed for anyone interested in looking at what was about ‘Victorian Values’.Read more
This week at JVC Online
Today’s blog is written by the author T. D Grigg who considers the importance and perils of historical research when writing his novels. To coincide with this piece we will be offering his latest novel ‘Distant Thunder’ to anyone interested in reviewing it for JVC Online. Email Lucie if you are interested and the lucky person’s name will be drawn from a hat. You can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Tomorrow will see Matthew McCormack (University of Northampton) kick start ourRead more
JVC now included in the Thomson Reuters Social Sciences and Arts & Humanities Citation Indexes®
We are pleased to announce that the Journal of Victorian Culture has been accepted for inclusion in the Thomson Reuters Social Sciences and Arts & Humanities Citation Indexes®. Index entries will begin with volume 13 (issue 1) 2008 and JVC will receive its first Impact Factor later this year. The news has been welcomed by the Journal’s editorial team. Helen Rogers commented, “We are delighted that the quality of articles and diversity of scholarship being published in JVC have beenRead more
Welcome to the Journal of Victorian Culture Online
Welcome to the Journal of Victorian Culture Online, the online supplement to the Journal of Victorian Culture. In ‘Out Now’ and ‘Coming Soon’ you can read about the latest articles and features in the journal which covers all aspects of nineteenth-century society, culture, and the material world including: literature, art, performance, politics, science, medicine, technology, lived experience, and ideas. ‘Victorians beyond the Academy’ is a forum for discussing the presence and treatment of the Victorian in our contemporary world. YouRead more
Readers’ Forum – what do you want to discuss?
In the ‘Readers’ Forum’ we invite you to post material relating to your own interests in the nineteenth century. Please send your suggestions for discussions to our Online Editor, Lisa Hager, email@example.com.Read more