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The VIAD Website - http://www.viad.co.za

The Visual Identities in Art and Design Research Centre (VIAD) is a research facility, dedicated to research and critical commentary on identity construction in visual representation.

Situated in the FADA Building, Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture University of Johannesburg and led by Leora Farber. The Centre also publishes the VIAD Newsletter.

The Victorian Plays Project

A digital archive of selected plays from T.H. Lacy's Acting Edition of Victorian Plays (1848-1873)

Main page: http://victorian.nuigalway.ie/modx/

See especially the useful play list: http://victorian.nuigalway.ie/modx/index.php?id=32

The Victorian Fiction Research Guides

These comprise bibliographical finding tools both for lesser-known writers active from the mid-nineteenth century to about 1910 and for work published in periodicals during the same period. Besides bibliography, the Guides usually contain informative introductory essays by recognised academic scholars. The guides also include playwrights and plays.

Main page: https://victorianfictionresearchguides.org/

The Victorian Web

Originally begun back in 1987 as a means of helping scholars and students in see connections between different fields, The Victorian Web, is one of the oldest academic and scholarly websites, having entered the Internet in 1994. Although the site concentrates on Great Britain in the age of Victoria (1837-1901), The Victorian Web ranges across the whole spectrum of British culture in the Victorian era and includes much material before and after those years. The site also has a good deal of comparative material from other countries, notably the British Commonwealth. One section is specifically focussed on Music, Theater, and Popular Entertainment in Victorian Britain.

Home page: http://www.victorianweb.org/index.html

Music, Theater, and Popular Entertainment in Victorian Britain: http://www.victorianweb.org/mt/index.html

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