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Australasian Journal of Victorian Studies

Australasian Journal of Victorian Studies is a fully-refereed journal of Victorian Studies published by the Australasian Victorian Studies Association.

Vol 20, No 1 (2015): The Victorians and China

Guest edited by Julia Kuehn

Table of Contents

Articles

The Victorians and China: Travels with Ships, Ideologies and Literature Abstract PDF
Julia Kuehn 1-4
Terminal Dilemma: Hong Kong’s Waterfront, 1841-1891 Abstract PDF
Stephen Davies 5-23
Guy Boothby and the “Yellow Peril”: Representations of Chinese Immigrants in British Imperial Spaces in the Late-Nineteenth Century Abstract PDF
Ailise Bulfin 24-40
Kipling in China: Empires of Noise Abstract PDF
Douglas Kerr 41-49
From Fire-Wheel Boats to Cities on the Sea: Changing Perceptions of the Steamships in the Late Qing, 1830s-1900s Abstract PDF
Jenny Huangfu Day 50-63

Book Reviews

Narratives of Free Trade: The Commercial Cultures of Early US-China Relations (rev.) PDF
David Schley 64-65
China and the Victorian Imagination: Empires Entwined (rev.) PDF
Jessica Valdez 66-68
Forging Romantic China: Sino-British Cultural Exchange, 1760-1840 (rev.) PDF
Haewon Hwang 69-71
Free Trade’s First Missionary: Sir John Bowring in Europe and Asia (rev.) PDF
Eric Mok 72-73
Pacific Crossing: California Gold, Chinese Migration and the Making of Hong Kong (rev.) PDF
Chi Chi Huang 74-75

Notes on Contributors

Notes on Contributors PDF
Julia Kuehn 76-77


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