British Women's Narratives
The African as Text: Ownership and Authority in Aphra Behn's "Oroonoko"On the Grand Tour
An essay by Andrew P. Williams.
Harems and Master Narratives: Imoinda's Story in "Oroonoko"
An essay by Candy B. K. Schille.
Trading in the Blush: Domesticating the Colony in Anna Maria Falconbridge's Narrative
An essay by Sharon Harrow.
"Our Floating Prison": Anna Maria Falconbridge and Travel to the River Sierra Leone
An essay by Katrina O'Loughlin.
Florence Nightingale, Felicia Hemans, and James Bruce's "Fountains of the Nile"
An essay by Emily A. Haddad.
Frances Power Cobbe, Race, and Religion in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Egypt
An essay by Sandra Peacock.
The Lure of the Season: The Rise of Thomas Cook and Son in EgyptPoetry
An essay by Janne Ahtola.
King Khama, Emperor Joe, and the Great White QueenArt-work
Reviewed by Cathy Skidmore-Hess.
The Cambridge Companion to Joseph Conrad
Reviewed by Peter Firchow.
Resource Guide to Travel in Sub-Saharan Africa
Reviewed by Phyllis B. Bischof.
By Available Light Press and Gerry Dawson.
This issue draws upon the substance of two panels sponsored by JATW at the 7th Annual 18th- and 19th-Century British Women Writers Conference. More information about the panels is available here.