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Romance, Revolution and Reform is an interdisciplinary PGR-led  journal on the 19th Century, run in association with the Southampton Centre for Nineteenth-Century Research.

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Issue 1 (April 2019):

Regionalism Across the World in the Nineteenth Century

Review: Karin Koehler’s Thomas Hardy and Victorian Communication: Letters, Telegrams and Postal Systems
Author:
Eleanor Shipton (University of Exeter)
Author Biography:

Eleanor Shipton is a SWW DTP funded PhD student, with a specialisation in nineteenth-century literature, technology and the body. She is currently working with Professor John Plunkett (University of Exeter) and Professor Mary Hammond (University of Southampton) on a thesis centred on the concept of the ‘postal body’ in nineteenth-century literature, asking how literature utilised travel on the mail in order to theorise and explore mobility and mobile subjectivities. Eleanor is joint PGR Rep for the Centre for Victorian Studies at Exeter. She completed her MA with Distinction at King's College, London in 2015.

Email: 

 ejs247@exeter.ac.uk

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