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Margaret D. Stetz is Mae and Robert Carter Professor of Women’s Studies and Professor of Humanities in the Department of Women & Gender Studies at the University of Delaware. As well as being author of over 120 essays and chapters on Victorian and neo-Victorian literature, art, popular culture, dress, and feminist politics, she has been curator or co-curator of over a dozen exhibitions related to late-Victorian print culture and is scheduled to be co-curator of an exhibition on Max Beerbohm in 2023. Her recent publications include “Laying Out a Case and Feeling at Home: Exhibitions in Undergraduate Education” in Fwd: Museums Journal (2020) and “Picture This: Oscar Wilde’s Mobile and Migratory ‘The Happy Prince’” in the volume Critical Insights: Oscar Wilde (2019). Her work-in-progress includes Oscar Wilde and Philadelphia: Exhibiting a Relationship, cowritten with Mark Samuels Lasner, for Oak Knoll Press.
Margaret D. Stetz; Review: Nineteenth-Century Literature in Transition: The 1880s, by Penny Fielding and Andrew Taylor. Nineteenth-Century Literature 1 March 2021; 75 (4): 555–558. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/ncl.2021.75.4.555
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