“Alice: 150 Years of Wonderland,” organized by Carolyn Vega, Assistant Curator of Literary and Historical manuscripts at the Morgan Library and Museum, took two entire years to prepare and featured as its centerpiece the notebook containing the manuscript of “Alice's Adventures Under Ground,” which had been acquired by A. S. W. Rosenbach of Philadelphia in 1928, but was returned to the British Library in 1948. The exhibit ran from 26 June to 12 October 2015.
Baum, L. Frank. The Surprising Adventures of the Magical Monarch of Mo and His People. Ed. Gardner, Martin. New York: Dover, 1968.
Carroll, Lewis. Alice's Adventures Under Ground: A Facsimile of the 1864 Manuscript [AAUG]. Ed. Gardner, Martin. New York: Dover, 1965.
Carroll, Lewis. Alice's Adventures In Wonderland [AAIW]. Ed. Gray, Donald J.. New York: Norton, 1992.
Carroll, Lewis. The Nursery Alice in Full Color [NA]. Ed. Gardner, Martin. New York: Dover, 1966.
The Compact Edition of the Oxford English Dictionary
[OED]. Vol. I. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1971.
Jaques, Zoe, and Giddens, Eugene. Lewis Carroll's ‘Alice's Adventures in Wonderland’ and ‘Through the Looking-Glass’: A Publishing History. Burlington: Ashgate, 2013.
Kipling, Rudyard. The Jungle Books. Ed. Karlin, Daniel. London: Penguin, 1989.
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Tenniel's Alice: A Review.” Jabberwocky
9 (1980), 104–07.
Tazudeen, Rasheed. “Immanent Metaphor, Branching Forms(s), and the Unmaking of the Human in Alice and The Origin of Species
.” Victorian Literature and Culture
43.3 (2015): 533–58.
Artist and Empire: Facing Britain's Imperial Past
. Curated by Alison Smith, David Blayney Brown, Carol Jacobi, and Caroline Corbeau-Parsons. Tate Britain, 25 November 2015-10 April 2016.
“Artist and Empire inspired four course meal.”
2015. Web. 15 February 2016.
“Artist and Empire: Room Guide.”
2015. Web. 14 July 2016.
Coombes, Annie. “Inventing the ‘Postcolonial’. Hybridity and constituency in contemporary curating.” New Formations
18 (1992): 39–52.
Dohmen, Renate. “All Bark and No Bite: India at Tate Britain's Artist and Empire Exhibition.” Third Text. Critical Perspectives on Contemporary Art and Culture. Routledge. May 2016. Web. 14 July 2016.
Eaton, Natasha. “Tired Ornamentalism.” Third Text. Critical Perspectives on Contemporary Art and Culture. Routledge. May 2016. Web. 14 July 2016.
Gilroy, Paul. “Foreword.” Artist and Empire: Facing Britain's Imperial Past. Ed. Smith, Alison, Brown, David Blayney, and Jacobi, Carol. London: Tate, 2015. 8–9.
Jones, Jonathan. “Artist and Empire review – a captivating look at the colonial times we still live in.” Guardian 23 Nov. 2015. Web. 15 February 2016.
Lawson, Tom. “Memorializing colonial genocide in Britain: the case of Tasmania.” Journal of Genocide Research
16.4 (2014): 441–61.
Marsh, Jan. “‘For the wolf or the babe he is seeking to devour?’ The hidden impact of the American Civil War on British Art.” Re-Framing the Pre-Raphaelites. Ed. Harding, Ellen, Aldershot: Scolar, 1996. 115–26.
Mathur, Saloni. “Living Ethnological Exhibits. The Case of
1886.” Cultural Anthropology
15.4 (2000): 492–524.
Smith, Alison, Brown, David Blayney, and Jacobi, Carol, eds., Artist and Empire: Facing Britain's Imperial Past. London: Tate, 2015.
“Tate's empire show was a challenge, says curator.”
BBC News. 20 July 2015. Web. 11 July 2016.
Terracciano, Emilia. “Dispelling the Myth of the ‘Positive Legacies’ of Empire.” Third Text. Critical Perspectives on Contemporary Art and Culture. Routledge. May 2016. Web. 14 July 2016.
Wood, Marcus. Blind Memory. Visual Representations of Slavery in England and America, 1780–1865. Manchester: Manchester UP, 2000.
. Curated by Evans, Mark and Debenedetti, Ana. V&A Museum, London, UK, 5 March–3 July 2016.
Frederick, Margaretta S., and Marsh, Jan. Poetry in Beauty: The Pre-Raphaelite Art of Marie Spartali Stillman. Wilmington: Delaware Art Museum, 2015.
Painting with Light: Art and Photography from the Pre-Raphaelites to the Modern Age
. Curated by Jacobi, Carol and Kingsley, Hope, with Batchelor, Tim. Tate Britain, London, UK, 11 May–25 September 2016.
Poetry in Beauty: The Pre-Raphaelite Art of Marie Spartali Stillman
. Curated by Frederick, Margaretta S. and Marsh, Jan. Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, 7 November 2015–31 January 2016; Watts Gallery, Compton, Surrey, UK, 1 March–5 June 2016.
Pre-Raphaelites: Beauty and Rebellion
. Curated by Newall, Christopher and Bukantas, Ann. Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, UK, 12 February–5 June 2016.
Pre-Raphaelites on Paper: Victorian Drawings from the Lanigan Collection
. Organised by the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Leighton House Museum, London, UK, 12 February–29 May 2016.
The Fallen Woman
. The Foundling Museum, London, 25 September 2015 to 3 January 2016. Curator: Lynda Nead.
Barret-Ducrocq, Françoise. Love in the Time of Victoria: Sexuality, Class, and Gender in Nineteenth-Century London. Trans. Howe, John. London: Verso, 1991.
The Fallen Woman
. Catalogue to accompany the Exhibition. London: The Foundling Museum, 2015.
(2015). Director: Sarah Gavron. Writer: Abi Morgan.