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Victorian Scribblers 2018 Miniseries

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Creation Date December 28th, 2020
Updated Date Updated November 15th, 2021
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  1.   Summer 2018 Mini-Series: Victorian Adaptations / Adapting the Victorians   Mini-Series Episode 1 – What is Adaptation?   The sun is shining, the skies are blue, it’s warm and everybody wants to be outside. It’s summertime, and what better opp
  2. Introduction: Welcome to the second episode of our 2018 mini-series, “Victorian Adaptations / Adapting the Victorians”! Today, we’re going to talk about Victorian Medievalism, focusing on poetry. As mentioned in the first episode of the mini-se
  3. Around the World in the Medieval Period 525 – Anno Domini calendar invented 529-34 – Code of Justinian issued 590 – Gregory the Great becomes pope 618 – the Tang Dynasty begins in China (in one folklore tradition, this is the dynasty in which M
  4. IMPORTANT NOTE: We experienced some technical difficulties in recording this episode and at times Ben’s audio is missing or corrupted. I (Eleanor) have done my best to clean this up but please bear with us on this! Welcome to the third episode
  5. Hi everyone, welcome to episode four of our summer 2018 mini-series, Victorian Adaptations / Adapting the Victorians! Today we’re going to chat about art adaptations, though I have a feeling I’m going rogue by using that term in regard to art a
  6. Dr. Wager and I continue our conversation about Victorian Art / Art Adaptations. Things we mentioned: Poison Wallpaper William Morris Archive William Morris’s News From Nowhere Thomas Hood’s “The Song of the Shirt” Elizabeth Carolyn Miller’s Sl
  7. Hi everyone, welcome back to our ongoing summer 2018 mini-series, Victorian Adaptations / Adapting the Victorians, this is Courtney and I’m recording solo today. Over the course of the next thirty or so minutes, I’m going to sketch out the defi
  8. Adaptations mentioned: Daniel Deronda on IMDB Daniel Deronda on the BBC’s website Middlemarch on IMDB North and South on IMDB North and South on BBC iPlayer War and Peace (series) on IMDB War and Peace (series) on BBC iPlayer War and Peace (fil
  9. MS 7 – Visualizing the Victorians Hi all, welcome to the seventh episode of our Summer 2018 mini series, Victorian Adaptations / Adapting the Victorians. In this episode I’m going to talk about comics and graphic novels which either adapt Victo
  10. MS 8 – Wrap-Up   –YouTube adaptations Middlemarch – Neo-Victorian series set at college. Dorothea is a bi STEM student who is documenting the lives of her friends. She eventually falls for a genderbent Ladislaw. Carmilla – Neo-Victorian. Four s

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