Victorian Critical Interventions
Edited by Donald E. Hall

Included in this series are provocative, theory-based forays into some of the most heated discussions in Victorian studies today, with the goal of redefining what we both know and do in this field. Manuscripts should focus on brash or revisionary claims and, most importantly, should be brief (40,000 to 60,000 words). Preference will be given to those projects that engage with Victorian studies as a multi- and interdisciplinary field in order to attract a readership across literature, history, and cultural studies. This series is now concluded, but we continue to publish in Victorian studies. Inquiries should be directed to Becca Bostock-Holtzman at the Ohio State University Press.

2011 Mitchell Victorian Lessons in Empathy and Difference
2010 Kapila Educating Seeta: The Anglo-Indian Family Romance and the Poetics of Indirect Rule
2010 Jaffe The Affective Life of the Average Man: The Victorian Novel and the Stock-Market Graph
2009 Shires Perspectives: Modes of Viewing and Knowing in Nineteenth-Century England
2007 Jones Problem Novels: Victorian Fiction Theorizes the Sensational Self
2007 Weltman Performing the Victorian: John Ruskin and Identity in Theater, Science, and Education
2006 Jones Lost Causes: Historical Consciousness in Victorian Literature
2006 Ruth Novel Professions: Interested Disinterest and the Making of the Professional in the Victorian Novel
2006 Wolfreys The Old Story, with a Difference: Pickwick’s Vision
2004 Reitz Detecting the Nation: Fictions of Detection and the Imperial Venture