‘Literary Sociability on the Goldfields’ and ‘South African “Children of the Mist”‘: New SouthHem Journal Publications

Some of our SouthHem journal publications are now available on the UCD research repository. Stay tuned for more journal publications following the expiry of green open access embargoes:


Sarah Comyn, ‘Literary Sociability on the Goldfields: The Mechanics’ Institute in the Colony of Victoria, 1854-1870’, JVC 23.4 (2018): 447-462.



Lara Atkin, ‘The South African “Children of the Mist”’: The Bushman, the Highlander and The Making of Colonial Identities in Thomas Pringle’s South African Poetry (1825-1834)’, YES 48 (2018): 199-215.



Lara Atkin, “‘Conceive of a Tale of London Which a Negro, Fresh from Central Africa, Would Take Back To His Tribe!”: Exploration and Time/Travel in H. G. Wells’s The Time Machine’, Crossing Borders in Victorian Travel: Spaces, Nations, and Empires, ed. B. Franchi and E. Mutlu (Cambridge Scholars Press, 2018), 86-106.


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