19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century

”A few scholarly ventures have defined the early history of peer-reviewed online research and publication in the humanities. 19 is one of them.”
—Jerome McGann, founder of the Rossetti Archive and author of Radiant Textuality: Literary Studies After the World Wide Web (Palgrave/St. Martin’s Press, 2001)


No 18 (2014): Orality and Literacy

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This issue, guest edited by James Emmott and Tom F. Wright, examines the complex literary and historical relationships between voice, sound, and print cultures in the nineteenth century. The articles gathered here consider the legacy of Walter Ong, political speech and the novel, spoken-word recording and poetry, heredity and the phonograph, popular fiction and radical speech-making, gossip and communal orality, and the fusions of oratory and reading in mid-century campaigning.

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