Dr. Rosemary Mitchell
Reader in Victorian Studies, Department of History, Leeds Trinity University.
Some recent publications
Mutual (In)Comprehensions: France and Britain in the Long Nineteenth Century. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
“Old Boars and Time-Worn Cloisters: Attacks on Early Victorian Historical Discourses and Heritage Tourism in R. H. Barham’s The Ingoldsby Legends”. Clio: A Journal of Literature, History, and the Philosophy of History, vol. 40, no. 3, pp. 331-354.
“Buildings as Books and Books as Buildings: Reading and Reconstructing the Picturesque Past of Paris and London in Victor Hugo’s Notre-Dame de Paris and William Harrison Ainsworth’s Old Saint Paul’s”, en Baillet, F. & Boucher-Rivalain, O., eds. Parcours Urbains. L’Harmattan, pp. 237-264.
Texts to download
“Caring for Far-Extended Interest?: Creating Local Pasts in the Work of Victorian Women Writers”. Paper delivered at ‘The Global and the Local’ NAVAS/AVSA/BAVS Conference at the University of Venice, June 2013 and published in Mitchell, R. Towards the Metropolis? Approaches to the Modern City (Leeds Working Papers in Victorian Studies). Leeds Trinity & All Saints.
“Cavalier Children: Sentimental Histories and the Stuarts”, en Anderson, S.; Mitchell, R. & Sayer, K., eds. Victorian Childhoods (Leeds Working Papers in Victorian Studies). Leeds Trinity & All Saints.