Galway Study Day: Part 2

VPFA and NUI Study Day –  Mystery and Medicine: The Dark Side of Science in Victorian Fiction Afternoon Panels   Keynote 2—Mr Alexander Black, Department of Anatomy, NUI Galway ‘The Early Years of Anatomy in Galway’ After lunch, conference attendees gathered at the appointed time to be escorted to NUI Galway’s Anatomy Lecture Theatre. It […]

Galway Study Day: Part 1

VPFA and NUI Study Day –  Mystery and Medicine: The Dark Side of Science in Victorian Fiction Morning Panels Sarah Wise, ‘Mr Gilbert’s Weird Psychological Novel’: Shirley Hall Asylum and Victorian states of mind (RD) Sarah Wise’s opening keynote focused on Shirley Hall Asylum: Or the Memoirs of a Monomaniac, written by William Gilbert and […]

Audio production of Clough’s Amours de Voyage

I am pleased to announce the release of an audio production of Arthur Hugh Clough’s Amours de Voyage. It is freely available and may be streamed or downloaded from the Internet Archive or streamed on Soundcloud: https://archive.org/details/amoursdevoyage_clough_TOS_201706 https://soundcloud.com/voicesoftoday/sets/amours-de-voyage       Erin Louttit is an independent scholar with research interests in the long nineteenth century, […]

Victorian Collaborations Study Day, blog 1 of 2

In the following post, Annachiara Cozzi, Matthew Crofts, Alina Ghimpu-Hague, and Charlotte Wadoux give their thoughts on the three panels and the roundtable discussion from the recent VPFA Study Day, Victorian Popular Collaborations (22 May 2017). Nickianne Moody and Joanne Knowles will follow this with a more summative post that will incorporate a discussion of […]

J. M. Barrie Society London

The J. M. Barrie Literary Society is officially launched! And for those who missed the birthday party at Kirriemuir on 9th May, a second event will be welcoming all at Senate House, London, 19th June at 5pm. See the website or Facebook page for more details, or contact jmbarriesociety@gmail.com.  Barrie is too often lost in […]

VPFA Blog

Victorian Popular Fiction Association Blog VPFA is adding a blog to the website so we can continue discussions we begin at conferences and study days. We’d like this blog to be useful for members’ research and interesting to members of the public who are interested in Victorian popular fiction. In the spirit of making this […]

‘Victorian Popular Journalism’, Wilkie Collins Journal

CFA: ‘Victorian Popular Journalism’, Wilkie Collins Journal (Winter 2018) Guest Editors: Drs Janine Hatter and Helena Ifill I hope nobody will be shocked, but it is only proper that I should confess, before writing another line, that I am about to disclose the existence of a Disreputable Society […] Our object is to waste our […]

Study Day – Mystery and Medicine

Medicine and Mystery: The Dark Side of Science in Victorian Fiction A Victorian Popular Fiction Association – NUI Galway Study Day Key-note speakers Ms Sarah Wise, Author Mr Alexander Black, NUI Galway – ‘The Early Years of Anatomy in Galway’ Exhibition – “Medicine and Mystery in C19th Galway”, Curated by Anna Gasperini and Paul Rooney CFP […]