The Leeds Centre of Victorian Studies' (LCVS) Journal of Victorian Culture (JVC) is a sector-leading academic journal characterised by a strong commitment to interdisciplinary knowledge exchange.
Since 1996, LCVS has worked in partnership with:
- an editorial board of distinguished Victorian Studies academics from Britain, Europe and America
- Taylor & Francis who publish JVC, manage subscriptions and business developments
The JVC is one of the leading Victorian Studies journals and features articles on a range of disciplines and cross disciplinary boundaries, including literary studies, history, theatre and drama studies, history of art, and history of science.
The journal has an outstanding online presence, JVC Online
, which includes sections on Victorians Beyond the Academy, Victorians on Display and Virtual Victorians, dealing with popular, heritage and online representations of the Victorians, as well as featuring previews of articles and book reviews in forthcoming issues of the journal.
Four JVC issues are published every year by Taylor and Francis (Routledge), including not only articles and book reviews, but the innovative Digital Forum that looks at Victorian Studies and their scholarly use. Roundtables address key topics or publications discussed by a panel of experts.
The latest edition of the JVC can be bought from the Taylor & Francis website.
Purchase the Journal of Victorian Culture
- Trev Broughton - University of York
- Ruth Livesey - Royal Holloway, University of London
- Lucinda Matthews-Jones (editor, JVC online) - Liverpool John Moores University
- Alastair Owens - Queen Mary University of London
- Helen Rogers - Liverpool John Moores University
- Julie-Marie Strange - University of Manchester
- Rosemary Mitchell - Leeds Trinity University