RESOURCES:

  • Wellesley Index to Victorian Periodicals 1824-1900: An online version of the 1962-1989 printed Wellesley Index, maintained by Proquest. This subscription-based service provides information on articles in 45 Victorian era periodicals. Login required. See  http://wellesley.chadwyck.co.uk/marketing/index.jsp and https://www.proquest.com/products-services/wellesley.html

  • The Curran Index: Originally a supplement to the Wellesley Index, but in the recent years it contains a wider range of publications. It is supported by the Research Society for Victorian Periodicals. http://curranindex.org/

  • Quarterly Review: The Quarterly Review Archive, edited by Jonathan Cutmore, and published as part of the Romantic Circles website [an index of articles published in the Quarterly Review from 1809-1824]. https://www.rc.umd.edu/reference/qr/

  • Athenaeum: The Athenaeum Projects, maintained by the Centre for Interactive Systems Research, City University of London [an index of book reviews published in the Athenaeum between 1828 and 1871]. http://smcse.city.ac.uk/doc/cisr/web/athenaeum/

  • Gentleman’s Magazine: Attributions of authorship in Gentleman’s Magazine by Emily Lorraine de Montluzin, published by the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia [covering from 1731 to 1868]. http://bsuva.org/bsuva/gm2/index.html

  • The Victoria Research Web: A guide to research resources for the study of 19th-century Britain. For 15 years this site has been the primary home of the Curran Index. http://victorianresearch.org/curranindex.html

  • Research Society for Victorian Periodicals: An international association of scholars dedicated to the exploration and study of 19th-century British periodicals, and the supporting organization for the Curran Index. http://rs4vp.org/

  • Romantic Circles: A scholarly website devoted to the study of Romantic period literature and culture. https://romantic-circles.org/

  • History in the Victorian Periodical Press Online: A database containing records of accounts of history published from about 1809 to 1916 in nineteen Victorian periodicals, published under the auspices of the University of Windsor and directed by Leslie Howsam. http://www.uwindsor.ca/people/lhowsam/299/history-victorian-periodical-press-online-hippo

  • The Periodical Poetry Index: It cites poetry published in nineteenth-century periodicals. http://www.periodicalpoetry.org/