Episodes

Timeline: 1851-1860

Show Notes Courtney and Eleanor discuss some of the major historical events, writers, and genres that shaped the early to mid-Victorian period. Transcript here. Resources for this episode included: Sally Mitchell’s Victorian Britain: An Encyclopedia Timeline of Victorian Legislation on Victorian Web Stats from At the Circulating Library Alexandre Dumas’s publications The Oxford (or High

Read More 

S5:E2 – Eliza Acton

Show Notes Eleanor and Courtney discuss the life of cookery revolutionary, Eliza Acton. Transcript here. Read Eliza Acton’s Work UPenn’s Online Books Page featuring all digitized editions of her work Poems (1826) Modern Cookery (1845) Resources for this episode included: Asa Briggs. Victorian Things Sheila Hardy. The Real Mrs Beeton: The Story of Eliza Acton

Read More 

S5:E1 – Timeline: 1836-1850

Show Notes In the season five premiere, Courtney and Eleanor discuss some of the major historical events, writers, and genres that shaped the beginning of the Victorian period. Transcript here. Resources for this episode included: Sally Mitchell’s Victorian Britain: An Encyclopedia Richard Altick’s Victorian People and Ideas Timeline of Victorian Legislation on Victorian Web Pickwick

Read More 

Victorian Scribblers Trailer

Show Notes A long overdue trailer as we set out on season five<img alt=”Transcript here” src=”https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1eHxrCGLLWrAcjky4nRjMWZ0GtezIq_on?usp=sharing” />. Music: String Quartet no. 2 in B minor – II. Minuetto moderato, performed by Steve’s Bedroom Band

S4:E10 – Rita Cetina Gutiérrez

Show Notes Tres de Marzo Ya Cepeda, el hombre ilustre  que nos legara en herencia  la Libertad y la Ciencia  fuentes de ventura y paz  consagra con noble anhelo  para eternizar su gloria  a su querida memoria  cantos de felicidad.  Escuchad… Su augusto nombre  por doquier repite el eco…  Todo el pueblo yucateco  honra hoy

Read More 

Lit Slashing Supercut

Show Notes Eleanor and Courtney have been swamped, so they offer you this supercut of their spinoff podcast, Lit Slashing, in lieu of an episode this month. If you like what you hear, you can subscribe to here: https://pnc.st/s/lit-slashing. Check out litslashing.carrd.co for transcripts, links to social media, and more!

css.php