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Humanities and Social Science

Dr Kathryn Walchester

Dr Kathryn Walchester

Telephone: 0151 904 1483

Publications

Chapters

Walchester KA. 2019. 'Norway and the Northern Tour' Colbert B, Morrison L. Continental Tourism, Travel Writing, and the Consumption of Culture in the Nineteenth Century Palgrave

Walchester KA. 2018. "But wither am I wandering?": Gender, Class, and Writing Space in Mary Wollstonecraft’s Letters Written During a Short Residence in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark Tally R. Teaching Space, Place and Literature :150-159 routledge. London 978-1-138-04697-9

Walchester KA. 2017. ‘Employment, mobility and cross-cultural communication in British Travelogues from the Long Nineteenth century’ Lambertsson E, Eschenbach J. Travel and Intercultural Communication. Going North :9-29 Cambridge Scholars. newcastle upon Tyne 978-1-4438-7914-9

Walchester KA. 2016. The British Traveller and Dark Tourism in eighteenth and nineteenth-century Scandinavia and the Nordic Regions Stone P. Handbook to Dark Tourism . London

Walchester K. 2014. "What Norway really is" Women's travel writing, reality, and the supernatural in nineteenth-century Norway Women, Travel Writing, and Truth :44-57 9781138023529 >DOI

Walchester KA. ‘‘What Norway Really Is;’ Nineteenth-Century Women’s Travel Writing, the Supernatural and Norway’ Women, Travel Writing and Truth

Walchester K. Ulric and Ilvina: The Scandinavian Tale [anon] (1797) London A. The Cambridge Guide to the Eighteenth-Century Novel, 1660-1820 Cambridge University Press. Cambridge

Walchester K. Ildegerte, Queen of Norway by August von Kotzbue [Benjamin Thompson, trans], (1798) London A. The Cambridge Guide to the Eighteenth-Century Novel, 1660-1820 Cambridge University Press. Cambridge

Book

Walchester K. 2019. Travelling Servants; Mobility and Employment in British Fiction and Travel Writing 1750-1837 :1-220 Routledge. London and New York

Walchester KA. 2014. Gamle Norge and Nineteenth-Century British Women Travellers in Norway Anthem Press

Walchester K. 2007. Our Own Fair Italy Peter Lang Pub Inc 9783039110285

Journal article

Walchester K. 2018. “A fisherman landing an unwieldy salmon”; The Alpine Guide and Female Mountaineer Nineteenth-Century Contexts, :1-16 >DOI >Public Url

Walchester K. 2018. Alpine guides, gender, and British climbers, 1859-85: The boundaries of female propriety in the British periodical press Victorian Periodicals Review, 51 :521-538 >DOI >Public Url

Walchester KA. 2017. The Servant as Narrative Vehicle in Nineteenth-Century Travel Texts about Norway and Iceland Studies in Travel Writing, 21 :156-172 >DOI >Public Url

Walchester KA. 2014. ‘‘My petticoat encumbrances’; the ‘female adventurer’ and the North’ Nordlit : Tidsskrift i litteratur og kultur, :161-176

Walchester KA. 2012. Every Article of my Dress was a wonder to them': Reflexivity in Nineteenth-Century Travel Accounts by British Women Travellers in Norway Comparative Critical Studies, 9 :151-167

Walchester KA. 2012. Imperialism, Mountaineering and Gender in Norway. W.Cecil Slingsby's 'Norway: The Northern Playground (1904)and Mrs. Aubrey Le Blond's 'Mountaineering in the Land of the Midnight Sun' (1908) Victoriographies, 2

Walchester KA, Walchester K. 2011. Travelling with the Masses;British Women Travellers in late-nineteenth-century Norway and the "Anti-Tourist" Hanley K. Nineteenth-Century Contexts: an interdisciplinary journal, 33 :17-35

Walchester KA. 2008. 'Non vedete. E un rivoluzione.' [You don't see, it's a revolution]. Edward Lear; landscape painter and Italy Andrews H. Journal of Tourism Consumption and Practice, 1 :53-74

Walchester KA, Walchester K. 2006. 'A real picture of natural and feminine feeling?' Anna Jameson's 'Diary of an Ennuyee' Journal of Anglo-Italian Studies, 8 :129-149

Walchester KA. Alpine Guides, Gender, and British Climbers 1859-1885 Victorian Periodicals Review, >Public Url

Engagement & Impact

Conference organisation:

Liverpool Travel Seminar, Co-Organiser

Borders and Crossings / Seuils et traverses, co-organiser

External collaboration:

Liverpool University, Professor Charles Forsdick

Liverpool Hope University, Dr. Zoe Kinsley

Ostfold University College, Halden, Norway, Dr. Eva Lambertsson

Membership of professional bodies:

Member, Institute for Learning

Member, British Comparative Literature Association

Member, British Association for Victorian Studies