Escaping ‘Horrible Sanity’: Teaching Victorian Literature and Psychology | Journal of Victorian Culture Online - lucinda matthews-jones
By Serena Trowbridge, Birmingham City University One of my favourite modules to teach is Literature and Psychology, a third-year module which focuses on Victorian literature and reads it in the light of contemporary psychological thought. It is popular with students, though many find it much further removed from their A-level Psychology than they anticipated! The students examine ideas about character formation in nineteenth-century poetry and prose, and place them in the context of philosophic…  »

histscimedtech 5 March 2014