Issue 2 (January 2020):

Resistance in the Long-Nineteenth Century

Review: Barbara Leckie, Open Houses: Poverty, the Novel, and the Architectural Idea in Nineteenth-Century Britain
Matthew Reznicek (Creighton University)
Author Biography:

Matthew L. Reznicek is Assistant Professor of English and Medical Humanities at Creighton University where he teaches Nineteenth-Century British and Irish Literature.  He has published widely on Irish women novelists and their European contexts.  His first monograph, The European Metropolis: Paris and Nineteenth-Century Irish Women Novelists, was published in 2017 by Clemson University Press and Liverpool University Press.  His second monograph, Stages of Belonging: Irish Women Writers and European Opera, is under contract with SUNY Press.

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Romance, Revolution and Reform is an interdisciplinary PGR-led  journal specialising in the long-nineteenth century and run in association with the Southampton Centre for Nineteenth-Century Research.

The Journal is committed to helping new researchers publish their work in addition to acting as a forum for the discussion of new ideas in the field of nineteenth-century Studies.

ISSN 2517-7850


Editor in Chief: Emma Hills

Deputy Editor: Gemma Holgate

University of Southampton, UK

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