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of our UK undergraduate students are in employment or further study within six months of completing their studies
(according to the 2013/14 DLHE survey)
Student satisfaction at record high
The University's overall student satisfaction level is 87% according to the National Student Survey 2015
The ICVWW aims to spearhead new and innovative research in the area of Victorian Women’s Writing, providing an international focus for scholars. Current interests include textual editing, life writing, crime and sensation fiction, New Woman literature, childhood and literary networks in the nineteenth century.
The ICVWW is seeking to establish an international network of researchers in the field of Victorian women’s writing for collaborative projects and funding bids.
Our latest research projects
ICVWW is hosting a series of International Conferences titled From Brontë to Bloomsbury: Realism, Sensation and the New in Women’s Writing from the 1840s to the 1930s.
Find out more about our international conference series
We are involved in research projects and regularly organise conferences, exhibitions and public lectures in connection with our research.
To mark the centenary of Mary Elizabeth Braddon's death the ICVWW ran a creative writing competition.
Find out who won and read all the winning entries on the project blog
Mary Elizabeth Braddon (1835-1915), bestselling author of over 80 novels with a writing career spanning…
View Braddon project page
In 1862 a young woman called Lucy boards a train at the newly opened Victoria Station in London. In 1922 she turns up on the beach in Margate where T. S. Eliot is writing his major poem The Wasteland. But where has she been all this time?
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