Britain’s “Second City” profited from shipbuilding and the slave trade, but has slowly declined for decades. What should Glasgow’s future hold?
Victoria Wiet is an assistant professor of English at DePauw University. She is currently at work on a book titled Theatrical License and the Pleasures of Victorian Fiction, which examines how the commercialization of the British theatre helped to turn realist fiction into a medium for envisioning erotic nonconformity. This project has received research fellowships from the University of Glasgow, Harvard University, and UCLA.
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