Welcome to the website and blog of Dr Charlotte Mathieson, researcher in Victorian literature and culture.
No Fees No Cuts No Debt
Matt Houlbrook: mobile historian; beard growing, head shaving; occasional cycling.
Constance Naden's Year in Sonnets
History with its flickering lamp stumbles along the trail of the past...
Early Career Researcher and Teacher, University of York/SOAS
Historian of medicine and charity in modern Britain and beyond
The companion blog to the rotation curation Twitter account
Ramblings about literature, and going beyond books to explore language, history and culture
writing by Alison Phipps
on Africa, public culture and digital media
Exploring the Domestic Lives of the 19th Century Working Class
C19 Historian & Brontë Fanatic. Living in North Yorkshire.
Symposium Lancaster University September 2014
A virtual writing workshop for academic folk
stage, spires, and Victoriana
connecting you with information, support and your community
Join us to read Charles Dickens's 1864-1865 novel Our Mutual Friend in monthly instalments
Postgraduate Interdisciplinary Conference, KLT 2, University of Kent, 20-21 June 2014
A blog for the AHRC Connected Communities Early Career Researchers project
An Interdisciplinary Symposium on Depth in Digital Media
connecting the multitude of women theorists we need for the feminist revolution
5 June 2014, University of Warwick
Thoughts and notes from behind the scenes of The Drood Inquiry (www.droodinquiry.com)
Blog of the Centre for Imperial and Global History at the University of Exeter
stories from a nineteenth-century prison
For scholars of 18th-19th century British women writers
100 poems in one day & other oddities
A blog, and a book, about Shakespeare gone global by Andrew Dickson
Lorna M Campbell
geographical perspectives on running
Well-Equipped Crips: disability, pop culture, fashion, technology
Thinking about place and power
A poem a day penned by @PookyH
An alternative look at asylums, nineteenth century mental deficiency, Victorians, and other things
Talking through my research
News about audiobooks, talking books, books on tape and other recorded books.
An Exploration of Social History and Musicology through Brass Bands
Up and down the staircases of my mind
a blog on gender, citizenship and urban life