BAVS Membership Directory

NameInstitutionAcademic StatusMain DisciplineResearch Interests
Sarah Frühwirth University of Vienna Student Literary Studies Sensation fiction, history of science and medicine, nineteenth-century theories of determinism
Sarah Hardy University/college academic Art History William and Evelyn De Morgan
Stefanie John TU Braunschweig University/college academic Literary Studies poetry and poetics (Romantic/Victorian/contemporary), literary influence, Romantic legacies, nature/place/environment, material culture, the fin de siècle
Stephen Baker The University of Hull Student Criminology Political involvement in music halls and theatres in Victorian England 1880 - 1901. The Criminal Law Amendment Act 1885
Stuart Wrigley Royal Holloway, University of London Student History I am a PhD candidate in Victorian history at Royal Holloway. I am focusing on mid-nineteenth century Anglo-German cultural relations, via a case study of a couple exiled to Britain...
Susan Pomfret Nottingham Trent University Student History My research interests are the experiences and lifestyles of Victorian and Edwardian rural societies, with a specific focus on social mobility and community well-being. I am a keen advocate...
Tahitia McCabe University of Strathclyde University academic and a PhD student Genealogy Americans resident in Scotland 1850-1900 Transatlantic immigration
tamara kaminsky University of Exeter University/college academic Literary Studies I am curently a PhD candidate focusing on the origins of the celebrity interview in the nineteenth century. Contrary to what has previously been maintained, I do not believe that...
Trudie Messent Independent scholar Literary Studies Perception of Place through life writing, historical texts, maps and images Life writing of missionary wives Strict Baptist Missionaries in India Scientific developments including exploration,...
Yohko Nagai (Hayashi) Keio University University/college academic Literary Studies Victorian literature, particularly life and works of George Eliot, George Henry Lewes, Charlotte Bronte, and Thomas Hardy Victorian theatre, including adaptations of Victorian novels