One of the first interdisciplinary journals in the humanities, founded in 1956, Victorian Studies remains the flagship journal in the field. Featuring essays on topics from literature, social and political history, fine arts, science, philosophy, economics, and law, Victorian Studies is the official journal of the North American Victorian Studies Association (NAVSA), publishing an annual special issue devoted to the NAVSA conference.
Victorian Studies employs four graduate student editors who manage all day-to-day operations of the journal, including copyediting essays and book reviews, corresponding with contributors and publishers, planning special issues and forums, and otherwise assisting the faculty editors. Former editors now edit other journals in the field and teach at schools across the continent.
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