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 Volume 12/2: includes forum "The Novel and Theories of Love"
 June 2014

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 June 2011

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 January 2011

 Volume 8/2: British Women Writers
 June 2010

 Volume 8/1 includes forum "The Ethics of Temporality"
 January 2010

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 June 2009

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 Volume 6/2: Narrative Knowing, Living, Telling
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 Volume 4/2: Narrative as a Way of Thinking
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Regenia Gagnier
University of Exeter

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Professor Regenia Gagnier is a critical theorist and cultural historian of  19th-century  Britain. Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley, she was a Professor of English, Director of Graduate Studies in English, and Director of the Programme in Modern Thought and Literature at Stanford University from 1982 to 1996, and Professor of English, Director of Research, Dean of the Graduate School, and Director of Exeter Interdisciplinary Institute  at the University of Exeter since 1996. Her  books include Idylls of the Marketplace: Oscar Wilde and the Victorian Public (Stanford, 1986), Subjectivities: A History of Self-Representation in Britain 1832-1920 (Oxford, 1991), Critical Essays on Oscar Wilde (Boston, 1991), The Insatiability of Human Wants: Economics and Aesthetics in Market Society (Chicago, 2000), Individualism, Decadence and Globalization: on the Relationship of Part to Whole 1859-1920 (Basingstoke, 2010),  and two guest-edited special issues of  New Literary History (Economics, Culture and Value [2000]) and Victorian Literature and Culture (Victorian Boundaries [2004]).  She is the Editor in Chief of Literature Compass and its Global Circulation Project and the President of the British Association for Victorian Studies.

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