from Notes on Contributors
Ruth Morris has published three books about the work of the Victorian novelist Mary Elizabeth Braddon and has written an eleven volume study which is supported by the Jewish Historical Society of England about Jewish soldiers during the First World War. She has also published about nineteenth-century French literature, the role of women’s football across Europe and has written a series of children’s books. She has presented research at international conferences in Copenhagen, Salt Lake City and at many universities in the UK.
Essays in Partial Answers
Fictions of Conversion: Jews, Christianity and Cultures of Change in Early Modern England, by Jeffrey S. Shoulson
Volume 12, Issue 2, June 2014