Related organizations and resources for Victorian studies.

NAVSA — North American Victorian Studies Association. Includes information about conferences, member publications, and prizes, along with a blog of CFPs and events Of Victorian Interest.

BAVS — events, membership, and conference info for the British Association for Victorian Studies

AVSA — the Australiasian Victorian Studies Association hosts conferences beyond the geographical center for Victorian studies

RSVP — the Research Society for Victorian Periodicals offers conferences, fellowships, and resources for research and teaching, as well as the journal Victorian Periodicals Review

VISAWUS — the Victorian Interdisciplinary Studies Association of Western Canada hosts conferences and publishes a journal, Victorian Review

INCS — the Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies association hosts annual conferences, prizes, and publishes Nineteenth-Century Contexts

Dickens Project — a consortium of universities supporting research and a summer workshop on Dickens studies

Centre for Nineteenth-Century Studies — events at Birkbeck, University of London, and publishers of the open-access journal 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century

NINES — peer-reviewed digital collections of nineteenth-century materials and scholarship online

VICTORIA-L — an active email listserv including many thousands of researchers, students, and enthusiasts. Previous questions and answers can be searched in its archive.

JVC Online — an online outpost of the Journal of Victorian Culture including discussion and events

BRANCH — A large online essay collection and timeline on “Britain, Representation, and Nineteenth-Century History”

The Victorian Web — an august web collection of essays, biographies, historical contexts, and more

The Hoarding — a blog devoted to reporting recent work in British Romantic and Victorian literature

The Victorian Society in America — a non-profit organization committed to historic preservation, education, and enjoyment of the US’s nineteenth century heritage

V21 Collective — a breakout group of researchers interested in Victorian studies in context of contemporary issues