Victorian Periodicals Review
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|Discipline||Victorian era, literature, history|
|Edited by||Alexis Easley|
|Victorian Periodical Newsletter|
Johns Hopkins University Press (United States)
|Vic. Period. Rev.|
The Victorian Periodicals Review is a peer-reviewed academic journal established in 1968, under the editorship of Michael Wolff and Dorothy Deering, as the Victorian Periodical Newsletter. It obtained its current name in 1979. The journal covers the editorial and publishing history of periodicals from the Victorian era. It is the official journal of the Research Society for Victorian Periodicals. The journal is published quarterly by the Johns Hopkins University Press.
- Official website
- Victorian Periodicals Review at Project MUSE
- Research Society for Victorian Periodicals
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