One of the first interdisciplinary journals in the humanities, Victorian Studies remains the flagship journal in the field. Publishing essays on topics from literature, social and political history, fine arts, science, philosophy, economics, and law, Victorian Studies is the journal of the North American Victorian Studies Association and publishes a special issue annually devoted to the Association conference.
The journal hires four graduate student editors, who copyedit essays and reviews, help in the selection and planning of special issues and forums, correspond with contributors, and assist the faculty editors. Former editors now edit other journals in the field, and teach at schools around the continent. Fulltext articles are available to those with access to an institutional subscription at Project Muse. To subscribe as an individual , please visit JSTOR.