Justine Houyaux

Research on Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

A spot of sightseeing: When Lewis Carroll visited Brussels 150 years ago (The Bulletin, 9 July 2017)

The celebrated author only left the UK once in his lifetime – and the first stop in his European travels was Brussels. The rest of this article is available for … Continue reading

02/08/2017 · Leave a comment

La Bruxelles de Lewis Carroll, entre visites et mystère (Le Vif/L’Express, juillet 2017)

Il y a cent-cinquante ans, en route pour Moscou, accompagné de son ami Henry Liddon, Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, alias Lewis Carroll, faisait étape à Bruxelles. Au programme : visite des … Continue reading

02/08/2017 · Leave a comment

Mount Cemetery, Guildford (England)

Though it may seem bizarre at first to visit a cemetery, I tend to think of them as places where history is archived. The Mount Cemetery in Guildford (Surrey) is … Continue reading

10/01/2017 · Leave a comment

SWYM-MWYS | Conférence sur Alice

“On devrait écrire un livre sur moi, ça, oui !” — Alice Le Département d’anglais et le Service du Doyen de la Faculté de Traduction et d’Interprétation de l’Université de … Continue reading

12/09/2016 · Leave a comment

SWYM-MWYS | Conference on Alice in Wonderland

“There ought to be a book written about me, that there ought!” — Alice The English Department and the Dean’s Service of the Faculty of Translation and Interpretation of the … Continue reading

12/09/2016 · 1 Comment

Ellen Terry and her glorious gown of beetle wings

The Virtual Victorian (“Peer back into the mists of time — for facts, fancies and fabrications about the Victorian era”) has just published a lovely post about Ellen Terry’s gown … Continue reading

24/04/2015 · Leave a comment