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Chronological Index of Articles
in the Journal of William Morris Studies

Articles reproduced here as PDF files

2010s • Volumes XVIII - XXII Numbers 1, 2, 3, 4

Vol. XXII No. 22.3 (2017)

  • Editorial, Owen Holland 2
  • Obituary: Jack Walsdorf (1941-2017), The Walsdorf family 4
  • ‘The Greatest Man I Ever Knew’: William Morris and Henry Arthur Jones, Peter Faulkner 6
  • Sublime Discomforts and Transformative Milksopishness: William Morris in Iceland, Wendolyn Weber 23
  • Robert Banner, William Morris and the Socialist League, Stephen Williams 38
  • William Morris: An Annotated Bibliography 2014-2015, David and Sheila Latham 56
  • Reviews. Edited by Rosie Miles
    • John Aplin, ed., The Letters of Philip Webb, Penny Lyndon 85
    • Desna Greenhow, ed., The Diary of Mary Watts 1887-1904: Victorian Progressive and Artistic Visionary, Peter Faulkner 86
    • Sally Goldsmith, Thirteen Acres: John Ruskin and the Totley Communists, Owen Holland 90

Vol. XXII No.2 (2016) Special issue on Morris and revolution

  • Editorial, Owen Holland 2
  • Obituary: R.C.H. Briggs (1924-2016), Peter Faulkner 6
  • William Morris and the Idea of Revolution, Terry Eagleton 10
  • William Morris’s Romantic Revolutionary Ideal: Nature, Labour and Gender in News from Nowhere, John Bellamy Foster 17
  • ‘The only word he was comfortable with’: William Morris and the Return of Communism, Tony Pinkney 36
  • Morris on Tyne: A Sunday Lecture, John Stirling 48
  • Reviews. Edited by Rosie Miles
    • Jennifer Wearden and Jennifer Scarce, Decorative Textiles from Arab & Islamic Cultures: Selections from the ‘Al Lulwa’ Collection, Linda Parry 61
    • Maureen Meister, Arts & Crafts Architecture: History and Heritage in New England, Peter Faulkner 64
    • Ruth Kinna, Kropotkin: Reviewing the Classical Anarchist Tradition, David Goodway 69
    • Sheila Rowbotham, Rebel Crossings: New Women, Free Lovers, and Radicals in Britain and America, Michael Robertson 72
    • Kate Nichols, Rebecca Wade & Gabriel Williams, eds, Art versus Industry? New Perspectives on Visual and Industrial Cultures in Nineteenth-Century Britain, Jim Cheshire 76
    • Julie Sheldon, ed., The Della Robbia Pottery: From Renaissance to Regent Street, John Purkis 79
    • Elizabeth Prettejohn, Modern Painters, Old Masters: The Art of Imitation from the Pre-Raphaelites to the First World War, Peter Faulkner 82
    • Michael Drury, Wandering Architects: In Pursuit of an Arts and Crafts Ideal, Peter Faulkner 85

Vol. XXII No. 1 2016 Special Issue on Morris and Utopia

  • Editorial, Owen Holland, 2
  • Morris, More, Utopia ... and us, Ruth Levitas, 4
  • William Morris, News from Nowhere and the Function of Utopia, David Leopold, 18
  • A Provisional Memorial to Nuclear Disarmament, David Mabb, 42
  • The French Teacher at Kelmscott House: Cécile Desroches, Jeanne Deroin and the Utopian Socialist Connection. Françoise Kunka, 54

    Reviews Edited by Peter Faulkner 71
    • Stephen Knott, Amateur Craft: History and Theory (Jim Chesire) 71
    • Ronald Sly, A Little Job for William Morris: A Memoir of Robert Catterson-Smith (Peter Faulkner) 74
    • William E. Fredeman, ed., The Correspondence of Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Volume X: Index, Undated Letters and Bibliography (Jan Marsh) 79
    • Gavin Stamp, Gothic for the Steam Age: An Illustrated Biography of George Gilbert Scott and P.S. Barnwell, Geoffrey Tyack and William Whyte, eds, Sir George Gilbert Scott 1811–1878 (Michael Hall) 81
    • Annie Creswick Dawson and Paul Dawson, Benjamin Creswick (Peter Faulkner) 85
    • Natasha Moore, Victorian Connections: The Literary and Artistic Circles of William and Helen Allingham from the Collections of Grolier Club Members ( Peter Faulkner) 87
    • The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer (facsimile of the Kelmscott Press edition (Penny Lyndon) 88
    • William Morris, News from Nowhere (facsimile of the Kelmscott Press edition (Peter Faulkner) 89

    • Notes on Contributors, 90
    • Guidelines for Contributors, 92

21.4 (2016)

  • Editorial, Owen Holland 2
  • Obituary: Asa Briggs (1921-2016), Peter Faulkner 5
Symposium-in-print on Kristin Ross’s Communal Luxury
  • Liberation Ecologies, circa 1871, Elizabeth Carolyn Miller 8
  • The Stones in the Garden, Matthew Beaumont 17
  • Reclaiming the Commune, Reclaiming William Morris... Again, Michelle Weinroth 23The Individual and the Violence of History: the Froissart Poems of William Morris’s The Defence of Guenevere and Walter Benjamin’s ‘Theses on the Philosophy of History’, Celia Lewis 34
  • William Morris: An Annotated Bibliography 2012–2013, David and Sheila Latham 50
  • Reviews. Edited by Peter Faulkner:
    • Florence Boos, History and Poetics in the Early Writings of William Morris, 1855-1870 (Peter Faulkner) 74
    • Phillippa Bennett, Wonderlands: The Last Romances of William Morris (Ruth Kinna) 78
    • Simon Dentith, Nineteenth-Century British Literature Then and Now: Reading with Hindsight (Rosie Miles) 81
    • Piers J. Hale, Political Descent: Malthus, Mutualism and the Politics of Evolution in Victorian England (Patrick O’Sullivan) 85
    • Giles Waterfield, The People’s Galleries: Art Museums and Exhibitions in Britain 1800-1914 (Fiona Rose) 89
    • Devon Cox, The Street of Wonderful Possibilities: Whistler, Wilde and Sargent in Tite Street (John Purkis) 92

21.3 (Winter 2015)

21.2 (Summer 2015)

21.1 (Winter 2014)

20.4 (Summer 2014)

20.3 (Winter 2013)

20.2 (Summer 2013)
Special Issue in honour of Peter Faulkner

20.1 (Winter 2012)


19.4 (Summer 2012)

19.3 (Winter 2011)

19.2 (Summer 2011)

19.1 (Winter 2010)

18.4 (Summer 2010)