Special issue on Victorian Science and Visual Culture

Early Popular Visual Culture

Themed Issue Now Available: Victorian Science and Visual Culture
The latest special issue of Early Popular Visual Culture is now available online on the topic of ‘Victorian Science and Visual Culture’. This new issue contains the following articles:

Victorian science and popular visual culture FREE ACCESS
Bernard Lightman

Virtual reality and subjective responses: Narrating the search for the Franklin expedition through Robert Burford’s panorama
Laurie Garrison

Peopling the landscape: Showmen, displayed peoples and travel illustration in nineteenth-century Britain
Sadiah Qureshi

Illuminating illusions, or, the Victorian art of seeing things
Iwan Rhys Morus

The secret life of plants: Visualizing vegetative movement, 1880–1903
Oliver Gaycken

Transport phenomena: Space and visibility in Victorian physics
Simon Schaffer

Book Reviews, including

Victorian Glassworlds: Glass culture and the imagination 1830-1880
John Plunkett

Performing illusions: cinema, special effects and the virtual actor
Stephen Bottomore

Dances with Darwin, 1875-1910: vernacular modernity in France
Stephen Bottomore