Helen Kingstone

Dr Helen Kingstone


Surrey Research Fellow
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Biography

My qualifications

2013
PhD in Victorian Studies
University of Leeds
2010
MA in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture
University of York
2009
BA (Hons) in History and English
University of Oxford

Affiliations and memberships

British Association for Victorian Studies
member
Oral History Society
member
Memory Studies Association
member

In the media

BBC Radio 4 documentary 'Ok, Boomer!'
Expert contributor

Research

Research interests

Research collaborations

Indicators of esteem

    My teaching

    My publications

    Highlights

    Victorian Narratives of the Recent Past: Memory, History, Fiction (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017). Monograph in Nineteenth-Century Writing and Culture series, editor Joseph Bristow. (DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-49550-7)

    Publications

    Helen Kingstone and Kate Lister (2018). Paraphernalia! Victorian Objects
    Helen Kingstone (2017). Victorian Narratives of the Recent Past: Memory, History, Fiction
    Helen Kingstone and Trev Broughton (2019). ‘Victoria’s Victorians and the Idea of Generation'
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    introduction to the "Victoria's Victorians and the Idea of Generation" Roundtable part 1,  (24.3)
    Journal of Victorian Culture
    Helen Kingstone (2019). Representing the 1819 Cohort in the Dictionary of National Biography
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    contribution to the "Victoria's Victorians and the Idea of Generation" Roundtable, edited by Helen Kingstone by Trev Broughton, in 
    Journal of Victorian Culture
    Helen Kingstone and Trev Broughton (2018). Generations
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    invited article for  special issue 46.3
    Victorian Literature and Culture
    Helen Kingstone (2018). “But that was community”: religion in Catholic higher education
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    42.6
    Oral History 
    Helen Kingstone (2018). Human-animal elision: a Darwinian universe in George Eliot’s novels
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    , 40.1
    Nineteenth-Century Contexts
    Helen Kingstone (2018). The comparative method in “shallow time”: Scott, Carlyle and Galton
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    chapter in , ed. Efram Sera-Shriar (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2018)
    Historicizing Humans: Deep Time, Evolution and Race in Nineteenth-Century British Sciences
    Helen Kingstone (2017). A Leap of Faith: Abbott, Bellamy, Morris, Wells and the Fin-de-Siècle Route to Utopia
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    , 60.1
    English Literature in Transition, 1880–1920
    Helen Kingstone (2016). Imaginary Hindsight: Contemporary History in William Morris and H. G. Wells
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    chapter in , ed. Emelyne Godfrey (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016)
    Utopias and Dystopias in the Fiction of H. G. Wells and William Morris: Landscape and Space
    Helen Kingstone (2014). Feminism, Nationalism, Separatism? The case of Alice Stopford Green
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    , 19.4
    Journal of Victorian Culture
    Helen Kingstone (2014). Victorian historiography and the recent past: Harriet Martineau, J. R. Green, Spencer Walpole
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    Clio: A Journal of Literature, History, and the Philosophy of History