List Review of VICTORIA

The Electronic Conference for Victorian Studies

by Sandra Thompson, Texas Woman's University

All quoted material is from the Victorian Research Web

VICTORIA is list owned and operated by Indiana University, a university known for its studies in issues and literature of Great Britain in the nineteenth-century. The list is part of the university's Victorian Research Web, a collection of information on discussion groups, journals, teaching syllabi, and other miscellaneous materials relating to the study of the Victorian era, which the university defines as "the long 19th century," or the years 1790 to 1914.

VICTORIA is a large and active general interest list for those wishing to discuss social, political, economic, and other issues relating to the Victorian period. The list's mandate states that the list should be used for "the exchange of research ideas and queries." As a result, list members frequently use the list to introduce new works they may have found particularly useful in their field of interest, as well as actively use the list to solicit information for research sources on a variety of related Victorian issues.


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