Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies (INCS): sponsoring annual meetings since 1986 and collaborating with the journal Nineteenth-century Contexts: An Interdisciplinary Journal.
British networks for the study of the nineteenth-century
British Association for Victorian Studies, established in 2000.
See also the wordpress site for BAVS Postgraduates, ‘The Victorianist’, which includes a numbe rof useful links to postgraduate networks, rseaerch centres in British universities, rseaerch groups, and links to sources.
Birkbeck, University of London: Centre for Nineteenth Century Studies
Founded in 1996, this centre focuses on the work of academic staff and graduate students, in the era 1790 – 1914.
The Durham University Centre for Nineteenth-Century Studies
Durham University-based, this is a locus for research across the disciplines of Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences and Sciences.
Northern Nineteenth Century Network
A collaboration between research-active Humanities staff and higher degree students at the Universities of Leeds Trinity, Huddersfield, Hull, and Cergy-Pontoise in Paris.
‘The Barbican, Pool, &c. Plymouth’ published by Peter Jackson, London and Paris. Engraved / designed by T. Allom and H. Wallis. Image courtesy of James Gregory.
Nineteenth-Century History: Plymouth Sites
This site will include links to a number of institutions and heritage locations in Plymouth and the Plymouth area, established during the ‘long nineteenth century’.
‘Interior of the Athenaeum, Plymouth’ . Drawn by G. Wightwick and engraved by C. Mottram, c.1832. Image courtesy of James Gregory.
Established in 1812.
Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery
Originating in 1897.
Plymouth Proprietary Library
Established in 1810.