GENDER AND CULTURE IN THE ROMANTIC ERA, 1780–1830
Gender and Culture in the Romantic Era is a series of scholarly monographs and edited collections devoted to the topics of gender and culture in British poetry, fiction, and drama from roughly 1780 to 1830. In terms of gender, the series encompasses scholarship related to the lives and works of women writers but also includes studies that address broader constructions of gender identity and sexuality. In cultural terms, the volumes in the series engage broadly with the interconnections between literature and such topics as book history and print culture, politics, science and medicine, travel writing, visual and auditory art, religion, the periodical press, the environment, revolution, exploration, theory, and transatlantic and other transnational connections.
Ben P. Robertson – Troy University, USA
Emily Paterson-Morgan – Independent Scholar and Director of the Byron Society, UK
Olivia Murphy – The University of Sydney, Australia
Avishek Parui – Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India
Seth T. Reno – Auburn University at Montgomery, USA
Adrian Wallbank – Royal Holloway, University of London, UK
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