Digital Conference Pack

To see a map of the BGU campus showing where the conference is taking place, please click here (PDF). To see a poster with the names of online delegates, please click here (PDF).

Recent and forthcoming publications of VPFA 2023 delegates

Jessica Cox has a new book out titled Confinement: The Hidden History of Maternal Bodies in Nineteenth-Century Britain (June 2023). See the press release here (PDF).

Helena Ifill’s book Creating Character: Theories of Nature and Nurture in Victorian Sensation Fiction (first pub. 2018) is now available in paperback from Manchester University Press: click this link to purchase on the MUP website. Use the code SUN50 to get 50% off until 14th July 2023.

MUP have organised a 50% discount on a range of books on Victorian Popular Fiction including others by VPFA members, and many that VPFA members might be interested in: please see the Victorian Popular Fiction Reading List on the MUP website here! As above, the discount is available until 14th July 2023.

Click here to access a flyer (PDF) giving 20% off Angharad Eyre’s recent book Women’s Writing and Mission in the Nineteenth Century: Jane Eyre’s Missionary Sisters (2022). The discount is available until Dec 2023!

Writing for Social Change in Temperance Periodicals: Conviction and Career (2022) by Annemarie McAllister is currently included in Routledge’s 20%-off sale: click here to purchase on the Routledge website. Rebecca Styler’s new book The Maternal Image of God in Victorian Literature (2023) is also included in the Routledge sale: click here to purchase Rebecca’s book.

Margaret Jones’s book The Adventurous Life of Amelia B. Edwards: Egyptologist, Novelist, Activist (2022) is available to purchase from the Bloomsbury website – click here to visit the site (also with a small online discount!).

If you have news of a recent or forthcoming publication you would like to add to the Digital Conference Pack, please email