The Huntington Library, a major research library, archive, and foundation in San Marino, California, has awarded UW-Green Bay Prof. Rebecca Nesvet (English) a grant for research travel to the United Kingdom. One of six recipients of the 2020 Huntington Library UK travel grants, Prof. Nesvet will be able to conduct research on penny fiction author James Malcolm Rymer (1814-84) at the British Library and the Guildhall sometime in 2020, provided that the COVID-19 pandemic has been neutralized by all our efforts. This year, Prof. Nesvet’s research on Rymer has been published in the journals Nineteenth Century Studies and Victorian Popular Fiction Journal, and is forthcoming in edited volumes on the Victorian Vampire and Class in Literature.
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