Publication Details

Crozier, S. (2000). The voices in the making and unmaking of history: Arnold Bennett, Marie Corelli, and single women in late Victorian England. In Looking Ahead: New Directions in Postgraduate Historical Research, 3 July 1998, University of Newcastle. The Electronic Journal of Australian and New Zealand History, 1-9.


Historians are continually constructing and reconstructing, making and remaking history. Present-day preoccupations offer the historian new questions to ask and new directions to take and such an opening up of relatively unexplored areas of study has also led to the search for, and finding of, new sources to analyse. This is especially so in the branches of social history referred to as 'the history of mentalities' and 'cultural history'.