Australasian Journal of Victorian Studies

Australasian Journal of Victorian Studies is a fully-refereed journal of Victorian Studies published by the Australasian Victorian Studies Association (AVSA).



Volume 23.1 Victorian Interfaces


Here is a great, varied collection of articles on ‘Victorian Interfaces’, guest-edited by Mandy Treagus and Madeleine Seys. The theme is considered in relation to ‘sensation fiction’, the interface between music and painting, the afterlife of the Austen family library, Coventry Patmore’s journalism, cross-cultural encounters in Egypt, and ‘New Woman’ writing. There are some informative book-reviews as well.

And do consider submitting your own work to the Australasian Journal of Victorian Studies.

AJVS is a fully refereed journal published by the Australasian Victorian Studies Association (AVSA), and it draws on an international pool of peer reviewers. It welcomes good, new, interesting work on any topic relating to Victorian Studies - taking 'Victorian' loosely as a conceptual rather than historical term, but with a focus on English-language texts and sources. Areas include literature and print culture, theatre, visual and other creative arts, architecture design and heritage, and all strands of history. Submissions from a variety of theoretical and methodological approaches are welcome.

Any enquiries: please contact the incoming Editor, Joanne Wilkes, on, or the Reviews Editor, Alison Bedford, on on

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Vol 23, No 1 (2019): Victorian Interfaces

Cover Page
Herbert Bourne, after Ford Madox Brown, The Last of England, circa 1867. engraving on paper. Purchased with funds from the Hilton White Bequest, 2016. Collection of the Art Gallery of Ballarat.