Ann Loveridge: Canterbury Christ Church University

Ann Loveridge is a PhD candidate at Canterbury Christ Church University exploring the interface between late-Victorian experimental science and literature.  Her thesis is titled The Neglected Fiction of the Victorian Vivisection Controversy 1876-1913 and her research interests primarily concern the dialogue between literature and science in the mid-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries.  Ann’s thesis focuses on the portrayal of the vivisector by literary writers, the use of scientific images and the role of the vivisector as a metaphor for different concerns.
To view and download Anne's paper 'More Sinned Against than Sinning: The Case for the Victorian Physiologist' from Adobe Acrobat go here.

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