George Eliot Review online

Beverley RilettDr. Beverley RilettThanks to Dr. Beverley Rilett and her team at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, each issue of the George Eliot Fellowship Review and the George Eliot Review has been fully digitized and published online. Each of the several hundred articles is available for free to the public at On this website, users may investigate a half-century of George Eliot criticism. Page images of each issue are provided as they appeared in print. Moreover, the digitized version allows readers to search contents by year, issue number, author, genre, and subject. The project team has worked to summarize the individual articles and reviews to make this information as useful as possible to visitors.

Beverley and her team have done a wonderful job digitising the back numbers of the George Eliot Review. The George Eliot Fellowship was obviously aware of the value to scholars and readers of our backlog of serious academic research within the 40 years of the George Eliot Fellowship Review and George Eliot Review but we lacked the skills and facilities to be able to digitise them ourselves and we are hugely grateful to Beverley and her team. We look forward to continuing to work with her to digitise other material in the Fellowship's archive.

In 2021 Beverley took up a post as Associate Research Professor, Special Collections & Archives at Auburn University, Alabama and the George Eliot Fellowship wish her all the very best in her new post.

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