Kristine Moruzi is a senior lecturer in the School of Communication and Creative Arts. With Michelle Smith and Clare Bradford, her latest book, From Colonial to Modern: Girlhood in Canadian, Australian, and New Zealand Print Culture (1840-1940), was published by the University of Toronto Press (2018). She is currently working on a project on The Charitable Child: Children and Philanthropy in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries. Her research interests include nineteenth-century children’s literature and culture; print culture and the periodical press; and girlhood studies.
Recent publications include:
Moruzi, Kristine, Michelle J. Smith, and Clare Bradford. From Colonial to Modern: Transnational Girlhood in Canadian, Australian, and New Zealand Print Culture (1840-1940). Toronto: University of Toronto P, 2018.
Moruzi, Kristine. “Charity, Affect, and Waif Novels.” Affect, Emotion, and Children’s Literature: Representation and Socialisation in Texts for Children and Young Adults. Eds. Kristine Moruzi, Michelle J. Smith, Elizabeth Bullen. London: Routledge, 2017. 33-51.
Moruzi, Kristine. “Embodying the Healthy, Charitable Child in the Junior Red Cross.” The Embodied Child: Readings in Children’s Literature and Culture. Eds. Roxanne Harde and Lydia Kokkola. London: Routledge, 2017. 113-26.
Moruzi, Kristine and Natalie Coulter. “‘Suitable for us girls’: Subjectivity and Community in the Victorian Periodical Press.” Mediated Girlhoods: New Explorations of Girls’ Media Culture, Volume 2. Ed. Morgan Blue and Mary Celeste Kearney. 87-102.
Moruzi, Kristine. “‘Donations need not be large to be acceptable’: Children, Charity, and the Great Ormond Street Hospital in Aunt Judy’s Magazine.” Victorian Periodicals Review 50.1 (Spring 2017): 190-213.