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  2. Art Resources on the Web (Chris Witcombe)
  3. Bibliography of Victorian Anthologies (UCSB)
  4. Bibliographic Resources (Jay Clayton)
  5. British Association for Victorian Studies, The
  6. British Painters in the 18th and 19th Centuries (Chronological Listing)
  7. British Periodicals at Minnesota: The Early Nineteenth Century (Michael Hancher, University of Minnesota) - holds a relatively strong collection of nineteenth-century periodicals.
  8. British Poetry 1780-1910 (Alderman Library, University of Virginia) - a Hypertext Archive of Scholarly Editions.
  9. British Women Romantic Poets Project, 1789-1832 - An Electronic Collection of Texts from the Shields Library (University of California-Davis).
  10. CETH: Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities - established in 1991 by Rutgers and Princeton with initial support from the Mellon Foundation and NEH.
  11. Child Labour: 1750-1900
  12. Children's Literature: Chiefly from the Nineteenth Century (The Historical Children's Literature Collection at Thomas Cooper Library)
  13. Christian Classics Ethereal Library
  14. Christus Rex et Redemptor Mundi (Art Sites)
  15. Circa Victoria - Refreshingly unique Victorian prints.
  16. Color Printing in the Nineteenth Century: The Electronic Exhibiton (University of Delaware Library) - A digital version of the exhibition.
  17. Costume Gallery Website, The [1800s Costume Reference Sites]
  18. Daguerreian Society, The
  19. Deanna's Victorian Treasures
  20. Digital Library of 18th and 19th Century Journals, A - Project by the Universities of Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester and Oxford.
  21. Domestic Life in 19th Century England (Katie Johnson and Terry Smith, University of Washington)
  22. Duttie's Just Victorian
  23. Eighteen Nineties Society, The - contains information about the Eighteen Nineties Society, together with links to other sites and sources of information on the Internet.
  24. 1876 Victorian England Revisited
  25. Emancipation of Women: 1860-1920, The (Spartacus Educational)
  26. Encyclopaedia of British History: 1700-1930
  27. English Regency, The (Reader's Corner)
  28. E-texts for VIctorianists
  29. Five Points Site, The - Archaeologists and historians rediscover a famous nineteenth-century New York neighborhood.
  30. Footlight Notes (John Culme)
  31. Founders of the Arts and Crafts Movement (Morris, Oscar Wilde, Walter Crane, W. R. Lethaby, and others)
  32. Germ: A Hypermedia Critical Edition, The (University of Virginia) - online edition of the Pre-Raphaelite magazine.
  33. General Bibliography of Nineteenth Century Theatre (University of Washington)
  34. Germ: A Hypermedia Critical Edition, The - the Pre-Raphaelite magazine.
  35. Gothic Journal - the only news and review magazine for readers, writers, and publishers of romantic suspense, romantic mystery, and gothic, supernatural, and woman-in-jeopardy romance novels.
  36. Gothic Literature Page (David House)
  37. Gothic Novel 1764-1830, The (Franz Potter)
  38. Health & Welfare in the Nineteenth Century (Philip Swan)
  39. History of Victorian Turkish Baths, The
  40. Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies (University of Notre Dame) - an international group of scholars dedicated to interdisciplinary discussion and research.
  41. Internet Library of Early Journals - offers expanded access over the Internet to digitised page images of substantial runs of 18th- and 19th-century journals, and to evaluate in terms of use and acceptability.
  42. Jack the Ripper
    • Stephen P. Ryder - The complete casebook of the Ripper murders: including the facts, the evidence, the theories, and the debates.
    • Pauer - A guide and study of the comic From Hell and the lore surrounding the Jack the Ripper case.
    • Jack the Ripper Walk - It is 1888 and London is being subjected to a reign of terror almost beyond belief.
  43. Journal of Victorian Culture (Edinburgh University Press) - a new British-based but internationally-oriented Victorian Studies journal.
  44. Keats-Shelley Journal (Steven Jones, Loyola University Chicago) - published (in print form) annually by the Keats-Shelley Association of America.
  45. The Ladies' Treasury is a 'magazine' containing articles on the history, cut and construction of period costume from 1800 to 1920, especially the Victorian and Edwardian eras, 1840 to 1910, with patterns and sewing instructions.
  46. Language of Victorian Flowers
  47. Letters from a Victorian Governess/Companion - written 1883-1894, from India, Prussia, and Greece.
  48. Library Material (Michael Wolff)
  49. List of Artists (Bob Speel) - mainly Victorian and Edwardian artists (19th-early 20th Century), painters and illustrators.
  50. Literary Gothic, The - online resources concerned with literary Gothicism, a category which here includes ghost stories, "classic" Gothic fiction (1764-1820).
  51. literaryhistory - promoting the use of the internet for publishing literary criticism.
  52. Literary Resources--Victorian British - part of the Literary Resources collection maintained by Jack Lynch, UPENN.
  53. Literature of the Fantastic (James D. Macdonald) - a source of public domain fantasy, science fiction, and horror works.
  54. Literature of the Victorian Period (Roger Blackwell Bailey)
  55. London by Gaslight MUSH - acts as a gateway via telnet to a role playing game emulating Victorian mystery, adventure, fantasy and horror literature set in the London of the1880s.
  56. Money, Commerce and Labour (Shinya Inoue, University of Washington)
  57. Museum of Victorian Science, Glaisdale. - A virtual visit to Dr Frankensteins laboratory with Geissler Tubes, Bouquet Tubes, Railway Tubes, Jacob's Ladder, telegraph system, early x-ray tubes and many more crackling spark, electric flame laden demonstrations.
  58. Napoleonic War Series - This series combines onto one page, all material in The War Times Journal which relates to the Napoleonic Wars.
  59. Nineteenth Century, The [UK][USA] - a catalougue of over 20,000 books published in the nineteenth century and microfilmed as part of Chadwyck Healey Ltd and The British Library's The Nineteenth Century project onto the internet. => Search [UK][USA]
    • Search: Society and Culture [UK][USA]
    • Search: Nineteenth Century Women Writers [UK][USA]
  60. 19th Century Art (Bob Speel) - shows some 19th Century art, and some art connected to London.
  61. 19th Century British Authors (Chronological listing)
  62. 19th Century British Theatre (University of Washington)
  63. Nineteenth Century Contexts - An Interdisciplinary Journal
  64. Nineteenth-Century Contexts - affiliated with the international scholarly society Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies (INCS).
  65. Nineteenth-Century Feminisms - a new interdisciplinary journal?to be published twice yearly, beginning in the Fall of 1999?will be devoted to issues of gender, culture, and writing by and about women in the nineteenth century.
  66. 19th Century Gallery: The Walker is perhaps most famous for its collection of 19th century art. The gallery was founded in 1873 primarily to display and collect work of that period.
  67. Nineteenth-Century Group (University of Toronto)
  68. 19th Century London Stage: An Exploration, The (University of Washington) - structured like four intersecting wheels.
  70. Northeast Victorian Studies Association, The (Glenn Everett, UTM) --1997 Conference Topic: Victorian Anxieties.
  71. NVSA Web Sites--Victorian Sites - World Wide Web sites and other things on the Internet, or archived here.
  72. Orlando Project, The - a collaborative enterprise combining interdisciplinary research and humanities computing to produce the first full scholarly history of women's writing in the British Isles.
  73. Page of Fantastic, Mysterious, and Adventurous Victoriana, A - a descriptive guide to 300 characters from Victorian dime novels, penny dreadfuls, mysteries, and other fictions.
  74. Penny Magazine Online - The Magazine, published every Saturday, was aimed at the working class.
  75. Periodicals dealing with Theatre, 1835-1922 (C. B. Davis, University of Washington)
  76. Peterloo Massacre, The - A detailed analysis of the events at St. Peter's Field, Manchester on the 16th August, 1819.
  77. Poor Laws and Political uses of History (Martin A. Danahay) - taken from the VICTORIA discussion list.
  79. Poor Law Unions/Registration Districts
  80. Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, The
  81. Queen Victoria
  82. Queen Victoria (Another Cinderella)
  83. Regency Fashion Page, The - a number of color, grey-scale, and line art images.
  84. Regency Page, The (Catherine Decker) - the Restoration and Eighteenth-Century British Literature and the Novel.
  85. Regency Repository, A (Kristen Skold) - features information and links to the fashion, music, art, politics, literature, and military history of the era, for lovers of Regency romances.
  86. Research Society for Victorian Periodicals, The - founded in 1968 to foster interdisciplinary scholarship on the Victorian periodical press.
  87. Romantic Ghosts and Gothics: Love in Another World
  88. Romantic Links, Home Pages, and Electronic Texts (Michael Gamer, University of Pennsylvania)
  89. Romantic Literary Research Tools
  90. Romantics Unbound: A Hypertextual Learning Space (David S. Hogsette)
  91. Royal City of London Theatre, The (Irina Rudakova and C.B. Davis, University of Washington)
  92. Scrap Album (c1882)
  93. Sensation Novels (Gaslight)
  94. Society for the Study of Nineteenth-Century Ireland (Tadhg Foley & Dr Sean Ryder, University College, Galway, IE) - seeks to foster an inter-disciplinary approach to Ninteenth-Century Irish studies.
  95. Some Pictures of Victorian London
  96. Specialization: Victorian (University of Illinois)
  97. Statue d'la Reine Victoria, La
  98. Tour of London 150 Years Ago, A (Bob Speel) - At least, what you could have seen 150 years ago.
  99. Tyburn Tree: Public Executions in Early Modern England
  100. Victoria and Albert Museum, The
  101. Victorian and Edwardian Photographs: A vast collection of 19th Century photographs, and a Victorian and Edwardian picture library and pages on a Victorian Naturalist friend of Darwin and much more!
  102. VICTORIA mailing list
  103. Victorian Research Web
  104. Victorian Animated Gifs
  105. Victorian Art For Mother - antique images from the Stock Solution's private Victorian Era collection Victorian Art in Britain (Bob Speel) - Some excellent places to go if you are visiting London and want to see the best Victorian art today.
  106. Victorian Art in Britain - A personal guide to Pre Raphaelite and other Victorian Art in the galleries of Britain.
  107. Victorian Census Project (David Alan Gatley, Staffordshire University)
  108. Victorian Christmas - Featuring a collection of articles about Victorian Christmas Decorating, Entertaining, Gifts, Crafts, etc.
  109. Victorian Dictionary, The - A guide to the social history of Victorian London.
  110. Victorian Drug Scene, The (Meg Wise-Lawrence)
  111. Victorian Etiquette
  112. Victorian Events Calendar - A listing of events, lectures, entertainments and exhibits of special interest to lovers of the 19th century.
  113. Victorian Hyper-Concordance
  114. Victorians Institute, The - an organization of scholars and students centered in the Mid-Atlantic Region of the USA.
  115. Victorian Library (Michael Wolff)
  116. The Victorian Literary Studies Archive
  117. Victorian Literature and Culture (New York University)
  118. Victorian London Research (John Hitchcock)
  119. Victorian Medicine
  120. Victorian Miscellany (Vickie R. Rumble)
  121. Victorian Money (Paul Lewis)
  122. Victorian Poetry (West Virginia University) - journal.
  123. Victorian Preservation Association
  124. Victorian Reflections
  125. Victorian Society, The - founded in 1958 as a national pressure group fighting to protect Victorian and Edwardian buildings in England and Wales.
  126. Victorian Society in America, The - Founded in 1966 by such legends of historic preservation as Brendan Gill, Henry Russell Hitchcock, and Margot Gayle.
  127. Victorian Station - a wealth of information with regard to the Victorian era including features such as architecture, Victorian home decorating ideas, life styles, arts and literature and royalty.
  128. Victorian Steam Railway - runs down the East side of the Isle of Man from Douglas to Port Erin, and passes through Ballasalla, Castletown and Port St Mary.
  129. Victorian Studies (Indiana University Press) - Devoted to the study of English culture of the Victorian period.
  130. Victorian Studies Bulletin - edited by Lenore Beaky and Richard Currie, City University of New York.
  131. Victorian Studies on the Web - An indispensable source of information on every important publication from 1945 to 1999 on every field of Victorian Studies.
  132. Victorian Terraces (Stephen Pain)
  133. Victorian Tiles (Michael Swann) - A graphic display of tiles from the Victorian and Edwardian era.
  134. Victorian Web, The (George P. Landow, Brown University) - the WWW translation of Brown University's Context 61, which serves as a resource for courses in Victorian literature.
  135. Victorian Website of Tracy Yoos, The
  136. Victorian Woman's World (Zsuzsa Sztaray)
  137. Victorian Women Writers Project (Perry Willett, Indiana U.)
  138. Victorian Women Writers' Letters Project, The (Katharine Bassett Patterson, University of British Columbia)
  139. Victoriana - Resources for Victorian Living.
  140. VICTORIANA LIBRARY 19th C. Web Sites, THE - contains links to non-commercial 19th Century Web Sites.
  141. Victorian-L mailing list, The
  142. Victorians Institute Journal (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and University of North Carolina at Greensboro)
  143. Victoria's Past (Lady Michelle)
  144. Visits With a Victorian Lady
  145. Voice of the Shuttle: Romantics (Alan Liu, University of California - Santa Barbara)
  146. Voice of the Shuttle: Victorian (Alan Liu, University of California - Santa Barbara)
  147. William T. Moncrieff and the 19th Century Stage
  148. Women of Brighton and Hove
  149. Women's History Walk, Bloomsbury - originally planned as a summer evening meeting activity for the London Women's History Network.

Scholars and their Homepages

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  1. Andrews, Malcolm (University of Kent)
  2. Arata, Stephen (University of Virginia)
  3. Clayton, Jay (Vanderbilt University)
  4. Fitzwilliam, Marie A. (College of Charleston)
  5. Gamer, Michael (University of Pennsylvania)
  6. Gruner, Elisabeth Rose (University of Richmond)
  7. Hancher, Michael (University of Minnesota)
  8. Harsh, Constance D. (Colgate University)
  9. Hogsette, David S. (New York Institute of Technology)
  10. Landow, George P. (Brown University)
  11. McGann, Jerome (University of Virginia)
  12. Morton, Peter (Flinders University of South Australia)
  13. Nering, Deborah McMillion (University of Alabama)
  14. O'Connor, Erin (University of Pennsylvania)
  15. Schlicke, Paul (University of Aberdeen)
  16. Jack Voller (Southern Illinois University)
  17. Wolff, Michael (University of Massachusetts Amherst)
  18. Wotton, Robert (University of Queensland)

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