So the world has witnessed yet another round of the Royal Baby bonanza — from tracking Meghan Markle’s maternity style, to conjecturing on her due date, to now discussing the baby’s name. But the most familiar set piece of this performance is, of course, the post-birth photo shoot. British tabloids loudly complained about the privacy… Read more →
Hosanna Krienke is a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow for the “Diseases of Modern Life: Nineteenth-Century Perspectives” project, funded by the European Research Council and hosted by St. Anne’s College at the University of Oxford. She received her Ph.D. in English from Northwestern University and is currently writing a book: Convalescent Time: The Afterlife of Illness in the Nineteenth-Century Novel.