The Victorian Studies Program at Indiana University is the intellectual home of a dynamic and innovative collection of faculty and graduate students working on topics including Victorian media culture, animal studies, moral psychology, war, religion, liberalism, psychology, narrative theory, and gender studies, among many others. Founded in the 1950s, the program was among the United States’ first interdisciplinary programs in the humanities. Faculty and graduate students at I.U. edit Victorian Studies, a leading interdisciplinary journal of the humanities, publishing essays, forums, and reviews on literature, social and political history, philosophy, fine arts, science, economics, and law. The I.U. Victorian Studies Program also is closely tied with the North American Victorian Studies Association, having hosted its inaugural conference in 2003; many I.U. faculty and graduate students participate each year in the Association’s conferences.