Selected Readings, No 41

1995

"In this Work, when it shall be found that much is omitted, let it not be forgotten that much likewise is performed."
-- Samuel Johnson

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AFRICA & THE AFRICAN DIASPORA

Adekunie, J.O. "Borgu and Economic Transformation 1700-1900: The Wangara Factor." African Economic History, 22 (1994): 1-18.

Goodridge, R.A. "The Issue of Slavery in the Establishment of British Rule in Northern Cameroun to 1927." African Economic History, 22 (1994): 19-36.

Inikori, J.E. "Ideology versus the Tyranny of Paradigm: Historians and the Impact of the Atlantic Slave Trade on African Societies." African Economic History, 22 (1994): 37-58.

Law, R. "The Slave Trade in 17th-Century Allada: A Revision." African Economic History, 22 (1994): 59-62.

Lovejoy, Paul E., and David Richardson. "British Abolition and Its Impact on Slave Prices Along the Atlantic Coast of Africa, 1783-1850." Journal of Economic History, 55, 1 (1995): 98-119.

Palmer, C.A. "From Africa to the Americas: African Slaves in Mexico City and Their Cultural Survival." Journal of World History, 6, 2 (Autumn 1995): 223-36.

Parker, K. "Telling Tales: Early Modern English Voyagers and the Cape of Good Hope." Seventeenth Century, 10, 1 (Spring 1995): 121 ff.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, BIBLIOLATRY, BIBLIOLOGY, BIBLIOPOLY, HISTORY OF THE BOOK & PUBLISHING, LIBRARIES, &c.

Barker, N. "The Bibliothèque de l'Arsenal, the Second Library of Paris." Book Collector, 44, 3 (Autumn 1995): 291-99.

Barnard, J. "Some Features of the Stationer's Company and Its Stock in 1676/7." Publishing History, 36 (1994): 5-38.

Bell, M. "Her Usual Practices: The Later Career of Elizabeth Calvert, 1664-75." Publishing History, 35 (1994): 5-64.

Black, J. "Continuity and Change in the British Press, 1750-1833." Publishing History, 36 (1994): 39-86.

Censer, J.R. "The History of the Book in Early Modern France: Directions and Challenges." Eighteenth-Century Life, 19, 1 (February 1995): 84-95 [review essay].

Pearson, D. "A Late Eighteenth-Century Binding with an Intaglio Gemstone Clasp." Book Collector, 44, 3 (Autumn 1995): 371-87.

Raven, James. "Selling Books Across Europe, c. 1450-1800: An Overview." Publishing History, 34 (1993): 5-20.

Stoker, D. "John Norgate: The Autobiography of a 17th-Century Stationer and Bookbinder." Book Collector, 44, 3 (Autumn 1995): 367-70.

Vercruysse, J. "Le censure des livres et les objections de commerce en Brussels, 1736." LIAS, 21, 2 (1994): 249-56.

Waquet, F. "Book Subscriptions in Early 18th-Century Italy." Publishing History, 33 (1993): 77-88.

Weedon, A. "A Quantitative Survey: George Bell & Sons." Publishing History, 33 (1993): 5-36.

[see also titles by McKittrick listed under History of Architecture]

CANADA, L'ACADIE, LA NOUVELLE FRANCE, QUÉBEC

Akenson, D.H. "The Historiography of English-Speaking Canada and the Concept of Diaspora: A Sceptical Appreciation." Canadian Historical Review, 76, 3 (September 1995): 377-409.

Bernard, J.P. "Recent Canadian Historiography and the History of the Peoples of Canada." Canadian Historical Review, 76, 3 (September 1995): 321-53.

Landry, Y. "Une bibliographie courante de l'histoire de la population canadienne et de l histoire demographique en Canada, 1993." Histoire sociale/Social History, 27, 54 (novembre 1994): 447-56.

Parr, J. "Gender History and Historical Practice." Canadian Historical Review, 76, 3 (September 1995): 354-76.

Pope, P. "Fish into Wine: The Historical Anthropology of Demand for Alcohol in 17th-Century Newfoundland." Histoire sociale/Social History, 27, 54 (November 1994): 261-78.

Waite, P.B. "Journeys Through Thirteen Volumes: The Dictionary of Canadian Biography." Canadian Historical Review, 76, 3 (September 1995): 464-81.

§ Monuments historiques, 196 (mai 1995) is a special issue on Québec, including articles (in French) on Québec's historic architecture and patrimony.

CARIBBEAN

Gragg, L. "A Vagabond in Paradise: Thomas Verney in Barbados." History Today, 45, 8 (August 1995): 40-47.

CHINA

* Hevia, James L. Cherishing Men from Afar: Qing Guest Ritual and the Macartney Embassy of 1793. Duke University Press, 1995. 312 pp. (paper)

CLASSICS

Conley, T.M. "An 18th-Century Greek Tripler Modus Prædicandi Treatise," in Rhetoric and Pedagogy: Its History, Philosophy, and Practice: Essays in Honor of James J. Murphy, ed. W.B. Horner & M. Leff (Hillsdale, NJ: Laurence Erlbaum, 1995), pp. 197-212.

Halloran, S.M. "Hugh Blair's Use of Quintilian and the Transformation of Rhetoric in the 18th Century," in Rhetoric and Pedagogy: Its History, Philosophy, and Practice: Essays in Honor of James J. Murphy, ed. W.B. Horner & M. Leff (Hillsdale, NJ: Laurence Erlbaum, 1995), pp. 183-96.

Meerhoff, K. "International Humanism," in Rhetoric and Pedagogy: Its History, Philosophy, and Practice: Essays in Honor of James J. Murphy, ed. W.B. Horner & M. Leff (Hillsdale, NJ: Laurence Erlbaum, 1995), pp. 213-26.

Warnick, B. "A Minor Skirmish: Balthazar Gibert vs. Charles Rollin on Rhetorical Education," in Rhetoric and Pedagogy: Its History, Philosophy, and Practice: Essays in Honor of James J. Murphy, ed. W.B. Horner & M. Leff (Hillsdale, NJ: Laurence Erlbaum, 1995), pp. 173-82.

GIBBON

Black, J. "Empire and Enlightenment in Gibbon's Treatment of International Relations." International History Review, 17, 3 (August 1995): 441-58.

[see also title by Myers listed under Political Thought-Montesquieu]

COMPUTERS: METHODOLOGIES, PUBLISHING, METAPHYSICS

Corcoran, M. "Male and F=/email: Report from Cyberspace, Bioinformatica, the Connection Between Biospace and Information Space." Soundings, 78, 2 (Summer 1995): 339-54.

§ Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 26, 4 (July 1995), includes several articles on electronic publishing: M. Coleman, "Marketing Electronic Products" (155); J. Meadows, D. Pullinger, & P. Such, "The Cost of Implementing an Electronic Journal" (167); H.J. Butler, "Where Does Electronic Publishing Get You?" (174); C.T. Meadow, "On the Future of the Book, Or Does It Have a Future?" (187); R. Hauptman, "Publish, Purchase, Perish" (197).

§ Computers and the Humanities, 29, 3 (1995) is the 4th part of the series on the Text Encoding Initiative: S.J. DeRose & S.G. Durand, "The TEI Hypertext Guidelines" (181); G.F. Simons, "A Rationale for the TEI Recommendations for Feature-Structure Markup" (191); D.T. Barnard, L. Burnard, J.P. Gaspart, L.A. Price, C.M. Sperberg-McQueen, & G.B. Varile, "Hierarchical Encoding of Text: Technical Problems and SGML Solutions" (211).

ECONOMICS

* Beraud, Alain, & Gilbert Faccarello, édit. Des scholastiques aux classiques. Paris: La Decouverte, 1992. Vol. 1 of Nouvelle histoire de la pensée economique.

* Brewer, Anthony. Richard Cantillon: Pioneer of Economic Theory. Routledge, 1992.

* Brewer, John, and Susan Staves, eds. Early Modern Conceptions of Property. Routledge, 1994.

Cardoso, Jose Luis. "Economic Thought in Late Eighteenth-century Portugal: Physiocratic and Smithian Influence." History of Political Economy, 22, 3 (1990): 429-42.

* Coats, A. W. Bob. On the History of Economic Thought: British and American Essays. London: Routledge, 1992.

Grantham, George W. "Divisions of Labour: Agricultural Productivity and Occupational Specialization in Pre-industrial France." Economic History Review, 48, 2 (1995): 215-37.

Grapard, Ulla. "Robinson Crusoe: The Quintessential Economic Man?" Feminist Economics, 1, 1 (1995): 33-52.

Hinnant, Charles H. "Swift and Mercantilism: A Reappraisal." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 25 (1995).

* Langford, Paul. Public Life and the Propertied Englishman 1689-1798. Oxford: Clarendon, 1991.

* Larre, Catherine. L'invention de l'economie au xviii siècle: du droit naturel à la physiocratie. Paris: PUF, 1992.

* Oakley, Allen. Classical Economic Man: Human Agency and Methodology in the Political Economy of Adam Smith and J.S. Mill. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 1994.

* Perrot, Jean-Claude. Une histoire intellectuelle de l'economie politique, XVIIe-XVIIIe siècle. Paris: Editions de L'EHESS, 1992.

Sturn, Richard. "Postsocialist Privatization and Agency-related Property: From Coase to Locke." European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 1, 1 (1993): 63-86.

White, Eugene Nelson. "The French Revolution and the Politics of Government Finance, 1770-1815." Journal of Economic History, 55, 2 (1995): 227-55.

[see also title by Sherman listed under England-Literature-Defoe]

BENTHAM

* Guidi, Marco E. L. Il Sovrano e L'imprenditore: Utilitarismo Ed Economia Politica in Jeremy Bentham. Rome-Bari: Laterza (Biblioteca Di Cultura Moderna), 1991.

CANTILLON

Murphy, Antoine E. "John Law and Richard Cantillon on the Circular Flow of Income." European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 1, 1 (1993): 47-62.

Prendergast, R. "Cantillon and the Emergence of the Theory of Profit." History of Political Economy, 23, 3 (1991): 419-20.

CONDILLAC

Eltis, Walter. "France's Free Market Reforms in 1774-6 and Russia's in 1991-3: The Immediate Relevance of L'Abbé Condillac's Analysis." European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 1, 1 (1993): 5-19.

GALIANI

Faccarello, Gilbert. "'Nil Repente!': Galiani and Necker on Economic Reforms." The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 1, 3 (1994): 519-50.

SMITH

* Bazerman, Charles. "Money Talks: The Rhetorical Project of the Wealth of Nations," in Willie Henderson, Tony Dudley-Evans, and Roger Backhouse, eds., Economics and Language (London: Routledge, 1993), pp. 173-99.

* Brown, Vivienne. Adam Smith's Discourse: Canonicity, Commerce and Conscience. London: Routledge, 1994.

* Brown, Vivienne. Commerce and Conscience: Reading Adam Smith's Discourse. London: Routledge, 1993.

Brown, Vivienne. "Signifying Voices: Reading the 'Adam Smith Problem.'" Economics and Philosophy, 7 (1991): 187-220.

* Cardoso, Jose Luis. "Economic Thought in Late Eighteenth-century Portugal: Physiocratic and Smithian Influence." History of Political Economy, 22, 3 (1990): 429-42.

Endres, A. M. "Adam Smith's Treatment of Historical Evidence as Illustrated from the Theory of Investment Priorities." Journal of European Economic History, 21, 2 (1992): 217-49.

* Fitzgibbons, Athol. Adam Smith's System of Liberty, Wealth, and Virtue: The Moral and Political Foundations of The Wealth of Nations. Oxford: Clarendon, 1995.

Jeck, Albert. "The Macrostructure of Adam Smith's Theoretical System: A Reconstruction." European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 1, 3 (1994): 551-76.

Levy, David M. "The Partial Spectator in the Wealth of Nations: A Robust Utilitarianism." European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 2, 2 (1995): 299-32.

* Malloy, Robin Paul, & Jerry Evensky. Adam Smith and the Philosophy of Law and Economics. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1994.

* Oakley, Allen. Classical Economic Man: Human Agency and Methodology in the Political Economy of Adam Smith and J.S. Mill. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 1994.

* Ross, Ian Simpson. The Life of Adam Smith. Oxford: Oxford University Press, Clarendon, 1995.

Skinner, Andrew S. "Adam Smith: The Origins of the Exchange Economy." European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 1, 1 (1993): 21-46.

* Streminger, Gerhard. Der Naturliche Lauf der Dinge: Essays zu Adam Smith und David Hume. Marburg: Metropolis, 1995.

ENGLAND - HISTORY

Bonfield, L. "The distribution of wealth among siblings in early-modern English marriage settlements" [in Italian]. Quaderni Storici, 30, 1 (April 1995): 63-84.

* Clark, Anna. The Struggle for the Breeches: Gender and the Making of the British Working Class. University of California Press, 1995.

Clavering, E. "The coal mills of northeast England: The use of water-wheels for draining coal mines, 1600-1750." Technology and Culture, 36, 2 (April 1995): 211-41.

Conway, S. "Britain and the impact of the American War, 1775-1783." War in History, 2, 2 (July 1995): 127-50.

Kent, J.R. "The Centre and the Localities: State Formation and Parish Government in England, c.1640-1740." Historical Journal, 38, 2 (June 1995): 363-404.

Marshall, P.J. "Imperial Britain." Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 23, 3 (September 1995): 379-94.

Perry, Ruth. "Colonizing the Breast: Sexuality and Maternity in Eighteenth-Century England," in John Fout (ed.), Forbidden History: The State, Society, and the Regulation of Sexuality in Modern Europe (University of Chicago Press, 1992).

Pincus, S.C.A. "From Butterboxes to Wooden Shoes: The Shift in English Popular Sentiment from Anti-Dutch to Anti-French in the 1670s." Historical Journal, 38, 2 (June 1995): 333-62.

West, Shearer. "The Public Nature of Private Life: the Conversation Piece and the Fragmented Family." British Journal for Eighteenth Century Studies, 18, 2 (Fall 1995):

ENGLAND - LITERATURE

Beasley, Jerry C. "The History of the Novel Writ Large -- and New." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 8, 1 (October 1995): 73-80.

* Bowers, Toni. The Politics of Motherhood: British Literature and Culture, 1680-1750. Cambridge University Press, 1995.

* Canfield, J. Douglas, & Deborah C.Payne, eds. Cultural Readings of Restoration and Eighteenth-Century English Theater. University of Georgia Press, 1995. 320 pp. ISBN: 0-8203-1681-4 (cloth); 0-8203-1751-9 (paper)

*Chernaik, Warren. Sexual Freedom in Restoration Literature. Cambridge University Press, 1995. 268 pp. ISBN 0-521-46497-8 [Rochester and Behn; other dramatists, including Sarah Fyge]

* Ferguson, Moira. Eighteenth-Century Woman Poets: Nation, Class, and Gender. State University of New York Press, 1995. 172 pp. ISBN 0-7914-2511-8 (cloth); 0-7914-2512-6 (paper). [Mary Collier, Mary Scott, Ann Yearsley, Janet Little]

* Gallagher, Catherine. Nobody's Story: The Vanishing Acts of Women Writers in the Marketplace, 1670-1820. University of California Press, 1994. xxiv, 339 p. ISBN: 0-520-08510-8.

Jacobs, E. "Anonymous Signatures: Circulating Libraries, Conventionality, and the Production of Gothic Romances." ELH, 62, 3 (Autumn 1995): 603-30.

Kafker, Frank A., "The Achievment of Andrew Bell and Colin Macfarquhar as the First Publishers of the Encylopaedia Britannica." British Journal for Eighteenth Century Studies, 18, 2 (Autumn 1995).

* Kelly, Veronica & Dorothea E. von Mucke (eds.). Body and Text in the Eighteenth Century. Stanford University Press, 1994. x, 349 pp. ISBN: 0-8047-2269-2.

* Mishra, Vijay. The Gothic Sublime. State University of New York Press, 1994. x, 342 pp. ISBN: 0-7914-1748-4.

* Moore, Judith. The Appearance of Truth: The Story of Elizabeth Canning and Eighteenth-Century Narrative. University of Delaware Press, 1994. 278 pp. ISBN: 0-87413-494-3.

* Newey, V. Centring the Self: Subjectivity, Society, and Reading from Thomas Gray to Thomas Hardy. Aldershot: Scolar Press, 1995. 273 pp. ISBN: 1-85928-151-6

* Nussbaum, Felicity. Torrid Zones: Maternity, Sexuality and Empire in Eighteenth-century English Narratives. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995.

* Pago, Annegret. "Behold, He Comes with Clouds": Untersuchungen zur eschatologischen Dichtung in der englischen Literaturgeschichte des 17. und 18. Jahehgunderts. Frankfurt/M.: Peter Lang, 1992. 355 pp. [includes a reading of the "high point" of the eschatological tradition, Swift's "The Day of Judgment"].

* Richardson, Alan. Literature, Education, and Romanticism: Reading as Social Practice, 1780-1832. Cambridge University Press, 1995 (c1994). 327 pp. ISBN 0-521-46276-2 [discusses link between counter-culture and the hegemonic in Romantic authors, and in reformist and abolitionist tracts, conduct books, & children's literature]

Sitter, John. "Recent Studies in the Restoration and 18th Century." Studies in English Literature, 35, 3 (Summer 1995): 599 ff.

Skinner, G. "Above Oeconomy: Elizabeth Griffith's The History of Lady Barton and Henry Mackenzie's The Man of Feeling." Eighteenth-Century Life, 19, 1 (February 1995): 1-17.

* Tobin, Beth Fowkes (ed.). History, Gender, and Eighteenth-Century Literature. University of Georgia Press, 1994. vi, 309 pp. ISBN: 0-8203-1577-X.

AUSTEN

Brodie, L.F. "Jane Austen and the Common Reader." Texas Studies in Literature and Language, 37, 1 (Spring 1995): 54-71. [Virginia Woolf on Emma, Mansfield Park, and the "Janeites"]

* Castellanos, Gabriela. Laughter, War, and Feminism: Elements of Carnival in Three of Jane Austen's Novels_. New York: Peter Lang (Writing About Women: Feminist Literary Studies, 11), 1994. xi, 241 pp. ISBN 0-8204-2531-3

Heydt-Stevenson. "'Unbecoming Conjunctions': Mourning the Loss of Landscape and Love in Persuasion." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 8, 1 (October 1995): 51-71.

[see also title by Chaber listed under England-Literature-Wortley Montague]

BLAKE

* Ackroyd, Peter. Blake. Sinclair-Stevenson, 1995. 399 pp. ISBN 1-85619-278-4. See also review by Malcolm Bull, "Liberty Boy-Genius: The politics, religion, and sexuality of a counter-Enlightenment eccentric," TLS, 4829 (October 20, l995): 3-4.

Bentley, G.E. "William Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Publications and Discoveries in 1994." Blake - An Illustrated Quarterly, 28, 4 (Spring 1995): 142 ff.

Essick, R.N. "Blake in the Marketplace, 1994: A Checklist of Catalogues." Blake - An Illustrated Quarterly, 28, 4 (Spring 1995): 120-41.

Norvig, G.S. "Female subjectivity and the desire of reading in(to) Blake's Book of Thel." Studies in Romanticism, 34, 2 (Summer 1995): 227-54.

Schuchard, Marsha Keith. "William Blake and the Promiscuous Baboons: a Cagliostroan Seance Gone Awry." British Journal for Eighteenth Century Studies, 18, 2 (Autumn 1995).

[see also title by Heppner listed under History of Art-Blake]

BURNEY

Giobbi, G. "A Blurred Picture: Adolescence Depicted by Women Writers in Different Times and Situations." Journal of European Studies, 25, 98, part 2 (June 1995): 141-64. [Burney and Eliot, Lehman, Bowen, Maraini]

BUTLER

Yadav, A. "Fractured Meanings: Hudibras and the Historicity of the Literary Text." ELH, 62, 3 (Autumn 1995): 529-50.

CLELAND

Gautier, G. "Fanny Hill's Mapping of Sexuality, Female Identity, and Maternity." Studies in English Literature, 35, 3 (Summer 1995): 473-92.

COWPER

Heller, D. "Cowper's Task and the Writing of a Poet's Salvation." Studies in English Literature, 35, 3 (Summer 1995): 575-98.

DEFOE, DANIEL

Backscheider, Paula R., with Hope D. Cotton. "Spiro Peterson (1922-1992) and Defoe Studies." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 8, 1 (October 1995): 89-94.

* Blewett, David. The Illustration of Robinson Crusoe 1719-1920. Gerrard Cross (UK): Colin Smythe, 1995. 236 pp., ill. ISBN: 0-901072-67-2.

De Luna, D. "Modern Panegyrick and Defoe's Dunciad." Studies in English Literature, 35, 3 (Summer 1995): 419-36.

* Faller, Lincoln B. Crime and Defoe: A New Kind of Writing. Cambridge University Press, 1993. xix, 263 p. ISBN: 0-521-42086-5.

McFarlane, C. "Reading Crusoe Reading Providence." English Studies in Canada, 21, 3 (September 1995): 257-67.

Peterson, Spiro, Sungkyu Cho, Hope Cotton, Minoru Oda, Huang Xian-fang, & Sung-Kyoon Kim, "Bibliography of Defoe Studies in the Far East: China and Taiwan, Japan, and Korea." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 8, 1 (October 1995): 95-142.

Sherman, S. "Commercial Paper, Commercial Fiction: The Compleat English Tradesman and Defoe's Reluctant Novels." Criticism, 37, 3 (Summer 1995): 391-412.

Sherman, S. "Servants and Semiotics: Reversible Signs, Capital Instability, and Defoe's Logic of the Market." ELH, 62, 3 (Autumn 1995): 551-74.

[see also title by Grapard listed under Economics]

DRYDEN

Hill, W.R. "The Sources for Dryden's King Arthur." Bach, 25, 2 (Fall-Winter 1994): 107-114.

FIELDING, HENRY

* Bell, Ian A. Henry Fielding: Authorship and Authority. Longman, 1994. x, 248 pp. ISBN: 0-582-08163-7.

Bowers, T.N. Tropes of Nationhood: Body, Body Politic, and Nation-State in Fielding's Journal of a Voyage to Lisbon. ELH, 62, 3 (Autumn 1995): 575-602.

Conway, Alison. "Fielding's Amelia and the Aesthetics of Virtue." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 8, 1 (October 1995): 35-50.

Sayres, W.G. "A Loophole in the Law: The Case of Black George and the Purse in Tom Jones." Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 94, 2 (April 1995): 207-19.

FIELDING, SARAH

Cooke, S.J. "Good Heads and Good Hearts: Sarah Fielding's Moral Romance." English Studies in Canada, 21, 3 (September 1995): 268-82.

GRAY

Edgecomb, R.S. "Gray, Hunt, Keats, and the Idea of Artistic Succession." Keats-Shelley Journal, 44 (1995): 17-21.

JOHNSON

Kezar, D.D. "Radical Letters and Male Genealogies in Johnson's Dictionary of the English Language." Studies in English Literature, 35, 3 (Summer 1995): 493-518.

JONES, SIR WILLIAM "ORIENTAL"

* Sir William Jones: Selected poetical and prose works. Ed. Michael J. Franklin. University of Wales Press, 1995. pp xxx + 415. ISBN 07083 1294 2 ["Sir William Jones (1746-94) philologist, polymath, polyglot, acknowledged legislator and poet, was the greatest orientalist of his generation. His intellect spanned encyclopaedic Enlightenment investigation and radical romantic speculation".]

OTWAY

* Munns, Jessica. Restoration Politics and Drama: The Plays of Thomas Otway, 1675-1683. University of Delaware Press, 1995. 272 pp. ISBN 0-87413-548-6

PRIOR

Gildenhuys, F. "Convention and Consciousness in Prior's Love Lyrics." Studies in English Literature, 35, 3 (Summer 1995): 437-56.

RICHARDSON

Jones, Wendy. "The Dialectic of Love in Sir Charles Grandison." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 8, 1 (October 1995): 15-34.

[see also titles by Marchand listed under France-Literature-Restif; by Principato listed under France-Literature-Cholderlos]

SCOTT

Cruise, J. "A House Divided: Sarah Scott's Millenium Hall." Studies in English Literature, 35, 3 (Summer 1995): 555-74.

Elliott, D.W. "Sarah Scott's Millenium Hall and Female Philanthropy." Studies in English Literature, 35, 3 (Summer 1995): 535-54.

SHAKESPEARE

[see title by Mason listed under France-Literature-Voltaire]

SMART

Hawes, C. "Smart's Bawdy Politic: Masculinity and the Second Age of Horn in Jubilate Agno." Criticism, 37, 3 (Summer 1995): 413-42.

SMOLLETT

* Spector, Robert D. Smollett's Women: A Study in an Eighteenth-Century Masculine Sensitivity. Greenwood Press, 1994. 196 pp. ISBN: 0-313-28790-2.

TATE

[see title by Radice listed under History of Music-Purcell]

TEMPLE, SIR WILLIAM

* Kamper, Martin. Sir William Temple's Essays Upon Ancient and Modern Learning und Of Poetry: Eine historische-kritische Ausgabe mit Einleitung und Kommentar. Frankfurt/M.: Peter Lang, 1995. xix, 328 pp. ISBN 3-631-48822-X

WOLLSTONECRAFT

* Conger, Syndy McMillen. Mary Wollstonecraft and the Language of Sensibility. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1994. xxviii, 214 pp. ISBN: 0-8386-3553-9.

Guest, H. "The Dream of Common Language: Hannah More and Mary Wollstonecraft." Textual Practice, 9, 2 (Summer 1995): 303-24.

WORTLEY MONTAGU

Chaber, Lois A. "Transgressive Youth: Lady Mary, Jane Austen, and the Juvenilia Press." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 8, 1 (October 1995): 81-88.

FRANCE - HISTORY

* Bourderon, Roger, édit. L'An I et l'apprentissage de la democratie, Actes du colloque organise à Saint-Ouen les 21, 22, 23, 24 juin 1993... Paris: Editions PSD Saint-Denis, 1995 (43 papers and a summing-up by Michel Vovelle)

* Duchet, Michele. Anthropologie et histoire au siècle des Lumières. Paris: Albin Michel (coll. "Bibliothèque de l'évolution de l'humanité"), 1995 (reéd.). Postface de Claude Blanckaert.

Garcia, P. "Bicentenaire de la Révolution, la guerre civile n'a jamais eu lieu," dans Jean-Clement Martin (édit.), la Guerre civile entre histoire et memoire (Nantes: Ouest éditions [coll. "Enquètes et documents"), 1995).

* Gauchet, Marcel. la Révolution des pouvoirs. La souverainété, le peuple et la representation 1789-1799. Paris: Gallimard (coll. "Bibliothèque des histoires"), 1995. 304 pp.

Grandmaison, Olivier Le Cour. "Education et Republique: la machinerie educative de Lepeletier." History of European Ideas, 21, 5 (1995): 647- 657.

Haine, W.S. "From Drinkseller to Social Entrepreneur: The Parisian Working Class Café Owner, 1789-1914." Histoire sociale - Social History, 27, 54 (November 1994): 279-94.

Hunt, L. "Forgetting and remembering: The French Revolution then and now." American Historical Review, 100, 4 (October 1995): 1119-35.

* Jones, Proctor Patterson, ed. Napoleon: An Intimate Account of the Years of Supremacy, 1800-1814. Constable, 1995. 444 pp. ISBN 0-09-475070-X

* Kriegel, Blandine. The State and the Rule of Law. Tr. Marc A. LePain & Jeffrey C. Cohen. Princeton University Press, 1995. ISBN 0-691-03291-2 [translation of L'État et les esclaves]

* Lepetit, Bernard. The Pre-Industrial Urban System. France 1740-1840. Paris: Éditions de la Maison des sciences de l'homme, 1994. 483 pp. Traduction de Godfrey Rogers. ISBN: 2-7351-0546-6.

* Lyons, Martyn. Napoleon Bonaparte and the Legacy of the French Revolution. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1994.

Martin, Jean-Clement. "Guerre civile et modernité, le cas de la Révolution," dans Jean-Clement Martin (édit.), la Guerre civile entre histoire et memoire (Nantes: Ouest editions [coll. "Enquetes et documents"], 1995).

* Maza, Sarah. Private Lives and Public Affairs: The Causes Celebres of Prevolutionary France. University of California Press, 1995 (new in paperback)

Miege, Bernard. "A propos de la formation de l'éspace public en France aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles." Recherches et travaux [Publication de l'UFR de Lettres de l'Université Stendhal (Grenoble)], 49 (1995): 177-88.

Oudart, Jean. "Femmes à histoire." Recherches et travaux [Publication de l'UFR de Lettres de l'Université Stendhal (Grenoble)], 49 (1995): 63-74.

* Roche, Daniel. The Culture of Clothing. Dress and Fashion in the Ancien Regime. Paris: Editions de la Maison des sciences de l'homme, 1994. 537 pp. Ill. Traduction de Jean Birrell. ISBN: 2-7351-0567-9.

Skinner, J. "La guerre civile revolutionnaire, oubli ou heritage, l'exemple de la presse vauclusienne," dans Jean-Clement Martin (édit.), la Guerre civile entre histoire et memoire (Nantes: Ouest editions [coll. "Enquetes et documents"), 1995).

Stewart, Philip. "Le bon usage de l'histoire selon Rousseau." Recherches et travaux [Publication de l'UFR de Lettres de l'Université Stendhal (Grenoble)], 49 (1995): 97-109.

Wahnich, Sophie. "La logique de l'exclusion revolutionnaire," dans Jean-Clement Martin (édit.), la Guerre civile entre histoire et memoire (Nantes: Ouest editions [coll. "Enquetes et documents"], 1995).

FRANCE - LITERATURE

Bach, Reinhard, "De 'la raison à la lettre' au 'symbolisme romantique,' alternatives de lecture." Recherches et travaux [Publication de l'UFR de Lettres de l'Université Stendhal (Grenoble)], 49 (1995): 231-241.

Bassani, Frederic. "Louis-Sebastien Mercier journaliste: un temoin de son temps." Recherches et travaux [Publication de l'UFR de Lettres de l'Université Stendhal (Grenoble)], 48 (1995): 67-79.

* Bernardin de Saint-Pierre. Empsael et Zoraide, ou les Blancs esclaves des Noirs a Maroc. Exeter University Press (Textes littéraires, 92), 1995. xxxii, 154 pp. Edition de Roger Little.

* Brisville, Jean-Claude. l'Antichambre. Arles: Actes Sud -Papiers, 1991. 71 pp. ISBN: 2-86943-330-1; ISSN: 0298-0592 [Piece sur les salons littéraires.]

Coleman, Patrick. "Intimité et voix narrative dans Corinne." Littérales, 17 (1995): 57-66 [L'invention de l'intimité au siècle des lumières, Etudes réunies et presentées par Benoît Melançon]

Conde, Michel. "Marianne intime." Littérales, 17 (1995): 23-40.

Cormier, Jacques. "Les Illustres Françaises: un nouvel art du roman." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 8, 1 (octobre 1995): 1-14.

Coulet, Henri. "L'Emigré: sens de l'Histoire et sens du roman." Recherches et travaux [Publication de l'UFR de Lettres de l'Université Stendhal (Grenoble)], 49 (1995): 209-218.

* Cryle, Peter. Geometry in the Boudoir: Configurations of French Erotic Narrative. Cornell University Press, 1994. ix, 310 pp. ISBN: 0-8014-2913-7.

de Maurepas, Arnaud. "Au cœur de l'écriture: pour un repertoire critique de la littérature du temoignage au XVIIIe siècle (1715-1789)." Littérales, 17 (1995) 117-129.

Epée, François. "La reception de l'œuvre du P. Lamy dans les journaux (1675-1715)." Recherches et travaux [Publication de l UFR de Lettres de l Université de Stendhal (Grenoble)], 48 (1995): 27-39.

Favre, Robert. "L'obsession du temps dans les romans du libertinage." Recherches et travaux [Publication de l'UFR de Lettres de l'Université Stendhal (Grenoble)], 49 (1995): 137-148.

Gilot, Michel. "Une toute autre histoire." Recherches et travaux [Publication de l'UFR de Lettres de l'Université Stendhal (Grenoble)], 49 (1995): 15-25.

* Giraud, Yves, et Anne-Marie Clin-Lalande. Nouvelle bibliographie du roman epistolaire en France: des origines à 1842. Editions universitaires de Fribourg, 1995. 345 pp. ISBN: 2827107139.

Goodman, Dena. "Le Spectateur interieur: les journaux de Suzanne Necker." Littérales, 17 (1995): 91-100.

Goulemot, Jean Marie. "De quelques aventures romanesques d'une robe de chambre." Recherches et travaux [Publication de l'UFR de Lettres de l'Université Stendhal (Grenoble)], 49 (1995): 75-82.

Goulemot , Jean Marie. :Tensions et contradictions de l'intime dans la pratique des Lumières. Littérales, 17 (1995): 13-21.

* Grammaire des fautes et français non conventionnel. Paris: Presses de l'Ecole normale superieure [coll. "Etudes et documents en histoire de la langue française"], 1995. ISBN: 2-7288-0173-8. [Textes sur Menetra, Rousseau, l'epistolaire, la Revolution, etc.]

Grassi , Marie-Claire. "Naissance de l'intimité epistolaire (1780-1830)." Littérales, 17 (1995): 67-76.

* Haroche-Bouzinac, Geneviève. l'Epistolaire. Paris: Hachette superieur (coll. "Contours littéraires"), 1995. 159 pp. ISBN: 2-01-144944-8.

Huet, Marie-Helene. "Autour de minuit: Michelet et la fin du dix-huitieme siècle," dans François Cornilliat and Mary Shaw (édit.), Fins de siècle (Paris: Christian Bourgois, 1992).

* Huet, Marie-Helene. Monstrous Imagination. Harvard University Press, 1993.

Huet, Marie-Helene. "Performing Arts: Theatricality and the Terror," dans James Heffernan (édit.), Representations of the French Revolution (University Press of New England, 1992).

* Hunt, Lynn. le Roman familial de la Révolution française. Paris: Albin Michel (coll. "Bibliothèque Albin Michel de l'histoire"), 1995. 262 pp. Ill. Preface de Jacques Revel. Traduction de Jean-François Sene. ISBN: 2-226-07606-9.

Kahn, Didier, et Annette Lorençeau. "Le manuscrit autographe du Salon de 1767." Studi settecenteschi, 14 (1994): 267-288.

Labrosse, Claude. "L'information au XVIIIe siècle: les nouvelles littéraires dans les Memoires de Trevoux (1730-1735)." Recherches et travaux [Publication de l'UFR de Lettres de l'Université Stendhal (Grenoble)], 49 (1995): 41-51.

Lagueunière, Pierre. "Scene de mort (1789-1794)", dans Monique Streiff Moretti (édit.), Il senso del nonsenso: scritti in memoria di Lynn Salkin Sbiroli (Naples, Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane, 1995), pp. 223-236.

Langle, Catherine. "En marge de l'Histoire: l'ideal monastique." Recherches et travaux [Publication de l'UFR de Lettres de l'Université Stendhal (Grenoble)], 49 (1995): 219-229.

* Leguat, François. Voyage et aventures de François Leguat et de ses compagnons en deux iles desertes des Indes orientales. Paris: Editions de Paris, 1995. 269 pp. Edition de Jean-Michel Racault et Paolo Carile. ISBN: 2-905291-34-6.

Leibacher-Ouvrard, Lise. "L'imaginaire utopique: paradigmes, formes et fonctions." l'Esprit createur, 34, 4 (hiver 1994): 5-17. [Avec P. Fitting.]

Lejeune, Philippe. "Le journal de Lucile Duplessis. Année 1788." Littérales, 17 (1995): 101-115.

Letoublon, Françoise. "Cyrus le Grand et le Grand Cyrus, l'Histoire comme Orient romanesque." Recherches et travaux [Publication de l'UFR de Lettres de l'Université Stendhal (Grenoble)], 49 (1995): 49-62.

Marquardt, M. "A propos des fondements théoriques de l'histoire littéraire allemande et française au XVIIIe siècle," dans Michel Espagne et Werner Michael (édit.), Philologiques III. Qu'est-ce qu'une littérature nationale? Approches pour une theorie interculturelle du champ littéraire (Paris: Editions de la Maison des sciences de l'homme, 1995). ISBN: 2-7351-0544-X.

McAlpin, Mary K. "Rhetoric, Genre, and Gender in Eighteenth-Century France: Marie-Jeanne Roland, Marie-Anne de La Tour, and Jean-Jacques Rousseau." New York, Columbia University, these de doctorat, 1994. Dir.: Gita May.

Melançon, Benoît. "Avant-propos [L'invention de l'intimite au siècle des lumières, Etudes réunies et presentées par Benoît Melançon]. Littérales, 17 (1995): 5-12.

Melançon, Benoît. "Le malentendu epistolaire. Note sur le statut de la lettre dans les Confessions." Littérales, 17 (1995): 77-89

* Operateurs et constructions syntaxiques. Evolution des marques et des distributions du XVe au XXe siècle. Paris: Presses de l'Ecole normale superieure (coll. "Etudes et documents en histoire de la langue française"), 1995. ISBN: 2-7288-0188-6.

Pachet, Pierre. "Vers une stenographie de l'intime. Entre Fenelon et Constant: Karl Philipp Moritz. Littérales, 17 (1995): 41-56.

* Pascal, Jean-Noel. les Successeurs de La Fontaine au siècle des Lumières (1715-1815). New York, Berne, Berlin, Francfort, Paris, Vienne: Peter Lang (coll. "Eighteenth Century French Intellectual History", 3), 1995. xvii/264 pp. ISBN: 0-8204-2534-6.

* Piau, Colette (édit.). le Denouement romanesque. Paris: Societé Apte, 1995. 283 pp. [Actes du colloque de la SATOR tenu à l'Université de Paris Sud-Orsay.]

Retat, Pierre. "L'administration de la librairie et la demande de création de journaux (janvier-mai 1789)." Recherches et travaux [Publication de l'UFR de Lettres de l'Université Stendhal (Grenoble)], 49 (1995):. 95-108.

Rustin, Jacques. "Un pamphlet romanesque contre les Anglais dans la guerre de Sept ans: Les Sauvages de l'Europe (1760)." Recherches et travaux [Publication de l'UFR de Lettres de l'Université Stendhal (Grenoble)], 49 (1995): 83-95.

Schlobach, Jochen, "Correspondances et periodiques francophones au siècle des Lumières: contributions de la recherche suédoise." Recherches et travaux [Publication de l'UFR de Lettres de l'Université Stendhal (Grenoble)], 49 (1995): 109-119.

Secci, Lia. "Dorothea Schlegel traduttrice del francese, dans Monique Streiff Moretti (édit.), Il senso del nonsenso: scritti in memoria di Lynn Salkin Sbiroli (Naples: Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane, 1995), pp. 237-271.

* Sgard, Jean (édit.). Dictionnaire des journaux. 1600-1789. Paris: Universitas, 1991. 2 tom., xi/1209 pp. ISBN: 2-7400-0004-9.

Varloot, Jean. "Faisons le point." Studi settecenteschi, 14 (1994) 217-225.

§ Revue d histoire littéraire de la France, 95, 3-4 (mai-juin) features R. Rancouer's 320 pp. bibliography of French literature, 16th-20th centuries.

§ Ésprit créateur, 35, 2 (éte 1995) is a special issue: Writing about sex: the discourses of eroticism in 17th-century France. Essays include A.E. Zangler, "Writing about sex and..." (2); K.P. Long, "Salamon Trimosin and Clovis Hestau de Nuysement: The sexual politics of alchemy in early modern France" (9); L.C. Seifert, "Eroticizing the Fronde: Sexual deviance and political disorder in the Mazarinades" (22); P. Hannon, "Desire and writing in Scudery's Histoire de Sapho" (37); L. Leibacher-Ouvrard, "La Transtextualité et la construction de la sexualité: le Satyra Sotadica de Chorier" (51); D.C. Stanton, "Sexual pleasure and sacred law: Transgression and complicity in Venus dans le Cloitre" (67); A.M. Menke, "Authorizing the Illicit, or How to Create Works of Lasting Insignificance: (84).

CASANOVA

Leibacher-Ouvrard, Lise. "Casanova et l'utopie de l'indifference." The French Review, 67, 3 (février 1994): 432-444.

Leibacher-Ouvrard, Lise. "Sans cause ni consequence: Casanova et le refus de l'autorité." Symposium, 48, 1 (printemps 1994): 63-77.

Luna, Marie-Françoise. "Casanova et le journalisme." Recherches et travaux [Publication de l'UFR de Lettres de l'Université Stendhal (Grenoble)], 49 (1995): 53-65.

CHARRIÈRE

* Allison, Jenene J. Revealing Difference: The Fiction of Isabelle de Charrière. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 1995. ISBN: 0- 87413-566-4.

CHOLDERLOS DE LACLOS

Principato, Aurelio. "La lettera lxxxv delle Liaisons dangereuses," dans Monique Streiff Moretti (édit.), Il senso del nonsenso: scritti in memoria di Lynn Salkin Sbiroli (Naples: Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane, 1995), pp. 157-170.

Principato, Aurelio. "Les Liaisons dangereuses ou Clarisse remodèle." Recherches et travaux [Publication de l'UFR de Lettres de l'Université Stendhal (Grenoble)], 49 (1995): 187-195.

CRÉBILLON

Cornand, Suzanne. "Culture et fiction: l'exemple de deux romans de Crébillon. Recherches et travaux [Publication de l'UFR de Lettres de l'Université Stendhal (Grenoble)], 49 (1995): 149-163.

* Dagen, Jean. Introduction à la sophistique amoureuse: les Egarements du coeur et de l'esprit de Crebillon fils. Paris: Champion, 1995. 128 pp. ISBN: 285203719X.

* Geraud, Violaine. la Lettre et l'esprit de Crebillon fils. Paris: CDU- SEDES, 1995. 168 pp. ISBN: 2718193247.

Robinson, Philip. "Remarques sur la romance d'Ah quel conte ! de Crebillon." Recherches et travaux [Publication de l'UFR de Lettres de l'Université Stendhal (Grenoble)], 49 (1995):165-174.

[see also title by Russo listed under France-Literature-Marivaux]

DIDEROT & LES ENCYCLOPEDISTES

Aliverti, Maria Ines. "Entre 'acteur' et 'comédien': pour lire les lettres de Diderot à mademoiselle Jodin," dans Monique Streiff Moretti (édit.), Il senso del nonsenso: scritti in memoria di Lynn Salkin Sbiroli (Naples: Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane, 1995), pp. 195-212.

Berthiaume, Pierre. "L'Evangile selon Diderot." Recherches et travaux [Publication de l'UFR de Lettres de l'Université Stendhal (Grenoble)], 49 (1995): 125-135.

Chauderlot, Fabienne-Sophie. "Des mots et des corps en Denis Diderot, or I to Eye: Sight, Sense(s) and Discourse Body Presence and Representation in Diderot's Salons and Other Texts." University of California, San Diego, thèse de doctorat, 1995.

Dean, Philippe. "Diderot devant l'image." Paris, Université Paris VII-Denis Diderot. Thése de doctorat, 1995.

Delon, Michel. "Note sur le commentaire dans une edition critique, suivi de: Diderot et la mort du gladiateur." Studi settecenteschi, 14 (1994): 227-239.

Desne, Roland. "L'etablissement du texte pour une edition critique de la Refutation de L'Homme de Helvetius." Studi settecenteschi, 14 (1994): 241-266.

Dulac, Georges. "L'edition des textes politiques de Diderot." Studi settecenteschi, 14 (1994): 303-327.

Fort, Bernadette. "Le roman dans la critique de la peinture d'histoire: Diderot et Fragonard." Recherches et travaux [Publication de l'UFR de Lettres de l'Université Stendhal (Grenoble)], 49 (1995): 111-123.

Pascal, Jean-Noel. "Quelques remarques sur la lettre de Diderot à Sophie Volland du 18 octobre 1760: à propos des corrections et de la ponctuation." Studi settecenteschi, 14 (1994): 289-302.

* Proust, Jacques. _Diderot et l'Encyclopedie_. Paris: Albin Michel (coll. "Bibliothèque de l'evolution de l'humanite", 17), 1995 (troisième édition). xv/659 pp. Edition augmentée d'un nouveau chapitre, "Les sources de la pensée politique de Diderot." ISBN: 2-226-07862-2.

[see also titles by Diderot listed under History of Art; by Strugnell listed under History of Art-Hogarth]

GENLIS

Genlis, madame de. Ines de Castro. Toulouse: Ombres (coll. "Petite Bibliothèque Ombres"), 1995. 160 pp.

MARIVAUX

* Gobrecht, Barbara. Analyse heutiger Rezeptionsbedingungen europaischer Erfolgskomodien aus dem 18. Jahrhundert. Besonders das Jeu de l'amour et du hasard von Marivaux. Francfort, Berlin, Berne, New York, Paris, Vienne: Peter Lang (coll. "Franzosische Sprache und Literatur", 203), 1995. 400 pp. ISBN: 3-631-48519-0.

* Joly, Raymond. Le Pharsamon de Marivaux ou comment s'inventer un sexe. Paris: PUF, 1995. 128 pp. ISBN: 213047396.

Little, Roger. "L'Ile des esclaves et The Admirable Crichton: carnaval sur l'ile deserte. Revue Marivaux, 4 (1994): 55-66.

Russo, Elena. "'La science du monde' : the Double Tradition of honnetete in Marivaux and Crebillon." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 319 (1994): 129-150.

MARMONTEL

Granderoute, Robert. "Byzance, Justinien et son General dans le Belisaire de Marmontel." Recherches et travaux [Publication de l'UFR de Lettres de l'Université Stendhal (Grenoble)], 49 (1995): 175-185.

MERCIER

Costa, Veronique. "Le proces des journalistes du Parnasse par Mercier." Recherches et travaux [Publication de l'UFR de Lettres de l'Université Stendhal (Grenoble)], 49 (1995): 81-93.

MONTESQUIEU

Pique, Barbara. "L'Eloge de la sincerité di Montesquieu," dans Monique Streiff Moretti (édit.), Il senso del nonsenso: scritti in memoria di Lynn Salkin Sbiroli (Naples, Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane, 1995), pp. 121-131.

MORELLET

* Morellet, André. De la conversation. Suivi d'un essai de Jonathan Swift. Paris: Payot & Rivages (coll. "Petite Bibliothèque et Rivages poche", 169), 1995, 116 p. Préface de Chantal Thomas. ISBN: 2-86930- 976-7; ISSN: 1158-5690.

* Morellet, André. Lettres 2. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1994. Publiées et annotées par Dorothy Medlin et Jean-Claude David avec la collaboration de Paul Leclerc. ISBN: 0 7294 0457 9. [Lettres 263-459, de 1786 à 1805.]

PREVOST

Berthier, Philippe. "Stendhal et une autre Manon." Recherches et travaux [Publication de l'UFR de Lettres de l'Université Stendhal (Grenoble)], 49 (1995): 243-259.

* Sgard, Jean. Vingt etudes sur Prevost d'Exiles. Grenoble: Ellug, 1995. ISBN: 1-902709-92-7.

RESTIF DE LA BRETONNE

Marchand, Yvette. "From Restif to Richardson: a 'tail' of two cities," dans Monique Streiff Moretti (édit.), Il senso del nonsenso: scritti in memoria di Lynn Salkin Sbiroli (Naples: Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane, 1995), pp. 171-194.

RICCOBONI

Luciani, Gerard. "Goldoni traducteur de l'Histoire de Miss Jenny de Mme Riccoboni." Recherches et travaux [Publication de l'UFR de Lettres de l'Université Stendhal (Grenoble)], 49 (1995): 197-207.

ROUSSEAU

* Weiss, Penny A.. Gendered Community. Rousseau, Sex and Politics. 1993. 250 p. ISBN: 0-8147-9288-X.

[see title by Simon listed under Political Thought-Rousseau]

SADE

Caron, Gabrielle. "Topographie de la Nouvelle Justine de Sade: lieux et decors." Université de Montreal, memoire de maitrise, septembre 1995. xi, 154 pp. Directeur: Benoît Melançon.

Cote, Jean-Marc. "Les fonctions du nom propre dans les trois Justine du marquis de Sade." Université de Montreal, memoire de maitrise, septembre 1995. xvi, 110 pp. Directeur: Benoît Melançon.

* Sade. les Infortunes de la vertu: manuscrit et notes specifiques. Cadeilhan: Zulma, 1995. 142 pp. Edition de Michel Delon et Jean-Christophe Abramovici. ISBN: 2909031637.

VOLTAIRE

* Goulemot, Jean, Andre Magnan et Didier Masseau (édit.). Inventaire Voltaire. Paris: Gallimard [coll. "Quarto"], 1995. 1479 pp. ISBN: 2-07-073757-8.

Holmes, Richard. "Voltaire's Grin." New York Review of Books, 42, 19 (November 30, 1995): 49-55 [general discussion of the events of the 1994 tricentary; major Voltairean achievements and controversies]

Mason, Haydn. "Voltaire versus Shakespeare: the Lettre à L'Academie française (1776)." British Journal for Eighteenth Century Studies, 18, 2 (automne 1995).

von Proschwitz, Gunnar. "Le Charles XII de Voltaire. Histoire ou roman?" Recherches et travaux [Publication de l'UFR de Lettres de l'Université Stendhal (Grenoble)], 49 (1995): 37-47.

GARDEN & LANDSCAPE HISTORY

Booth, D.W. "Blenheim Park on the Eve of Capability Brown's Improvements." Journal of Garden History, 15, 2 (April-June 1995): 107-25.

Meissner, J. "A So-Called Middle-Class Historic Garden from Rheinland Platz" [in German]. Denkmalpflege, 53, 1 (1995): 47-54.

[see also title by Dams & Zega listed under History of Architecture]

GERMANY - HISTORY

Prove, R. "The Relationship Between the Military and Society as Reflected in Forced Recruitments, 1648-1789" [in German]. Zeitschrift for Historische Forschung, 22, 2 (1995): 191-245.

Schlumbohm, J. "The Land-Family Bond in Peasant Practice and in Middle Class Ideology: Evidence from the Northwest German Parish of Belm, 1650-1850." Central European History, 27, 4 (1994): 461-78.

Wurgler, A. "Updating research material on 18th-century insurrections: Origins of political publicity in Germany and Switzerland" [in German]. Geschichte und Gesellschaft, Zeitschrift fir Historische Sozialwissenschaft, 21, 2 (April-June 1995): 195-217.

GERMANY - LITERATURE

* Blodorn, Petra. Die Karlsruher literarische Korrespondenz (1757-1783). Francfort, Berne, New York, Paris: Peter Lang (coll. "Saarbrucker Arbeiten zur Romanistik", 8), 1991. 621 pp. ISBN: 3-631-43934-2.

Head, M. "Like Beauty Spots on the Face of a Man: Gender in 18th-Century German Discourse on Genre." Journal of Musicology, 13, 2 (Spring 1995): 143-62.

* Raulet, Gerard (ed.). Von der Rhetorik zur Asthetik. Studien zur Entstehung der modernen Asthetik im 18. Jahrhundert. Paris: Editions de la Maison des sciences de l'homme, 1994. 176 pp. ISBN: 2-7351-0648-9.

[see also titles by Marquardt listed under France-Literature; by Rudolf listed under History of Music]

GOETHE

Breithaupt, F. "Plato's Paradox of the Image and the Instability of the Word in Goethe's Iphigenie auf Tauris" [in German]. Deutsche Vierteljahrsschrift fur Literaturwissenschaft und Geistegeschichte, 69, 2 (June 1995): 205-30.

Dumiche, B. "Lotte's Mother-Fixation in Goethe's Leiden des Jungen Werthers: Her Share of Responsibility for Werther's Suicide" [in German]. Orbis Litterarum, 50, 5 (1995): 278-88.

* Goethe. Collected Works. Vol. 10. Conversations of German Refugees, William Meister's Journeyman Years or the Renunciants. Ed. Jane K. Brown, tr. Jan van Heurck & Krishna Winston. Princeton University Press, 1995. ISBN 3-518-03059-0 (cloth); 0-691-04345-0 (paper).

* Goethe. Collected Works. Vol. 11. The Sorrows of Young Werther;Elective Affinities; Novella. Ed. David E. Wellbert, tr. Victor & Judith Ryan. Princeton University Press, 1995. ISBN 3-518-02966-5 (cloth); 0-691-04346-0 (paper).

* Goethe. Collected Works. Vol. 12. Scientific Studies. Ed., tr. Douglas Miller. Princeton University Press, 1995. ISBN 3-518-02969-X (cloth); 0-691-04347-7 (paper).

Gutbrodt, F. "The Worth of Werther: Goethe's Literary Marketing." Modern Language Notes, 110, 3 (April 1995): 579-630.

* Hacks, Peter. Conversation chez les Stein sur M. de Goethe absent. Paris: editions Theatrales.

Martin, G. "Goethe's Cloud Theology" [in German]. Zeitschrift fur Deutsche Philologie, 114, 2 (1995): 182-98.

Michelson, P. "The Diplomacy of Editing Principles: Albrecht Schone's Edition of Faust" [in German]. Merkur, 49, 8 (August 1995): 695 ff.

Sewell, E. "Alchemical-Chemical Love Knots: Shakespeare's All's Well That Ends Well and Goethe's Die Wahlverwandtschaften." Soundings, 78, 2 (Summer 1995): 293-320.

KLEIST

Allen, S. "Liederlichkeit Spiel Trnk Faulheit und Vollerei Behalte Ich Mir Bevor: Kleist's Last Word on Modern Educational Theory." German Life and Letters, 48, 3 (July 1995): 353-61.

Harms, I. "The Anagrams of Heinrich von Kleist." Modern Language Notes, 110, 3 (April 1995): 518-39

HOLDERLIN

Babich, B.E. "The Poetic Construction of Nature: Holderlin's Contribution to an Ethos of Nature and Art." Soundings, 78, 2 (Summer 1995): 263-78.

SCHILLER

Storr, A. "Schiller's analysis of Fichte and Kant in his Briefe uber die Asthetische Eriziehung des Menschen" [in German]. Philosophische Jahrbuch, 102, 1 (1995): 129-43.

HISTORIOGRAPHY

Crosby, A.W. "The past and present of environmental history." American Historical Review, 100, 4 (October 1995): 1177-1230.

Geyer, M., & C. Bright. "World history in a global age." American Historical Review, 100, 4 (October 1995): 1034-60.

Karttunen, F., & A.W. Crosby. "Language Death, Language Genesis, and World History." Journal of World History, 6, 2 (Autumn 1995): 157-74.

Kiesewetter, H. "Historiography and Epistemology" [in German]. Zeitschrift fur Geschichtswissenschaft, 43, 7 (1995): 581-614.

Marsden, G. "Sensing the Past, Tomorrow on Hold, and History in the Plural." History Today, 45, 9 (September 1995): 3.

[see also title by von Proschwitz listed under France-Literature-Voltaire]

HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE

* Cocke, Thomas, & Dunald Buttress. 900 Years: The Restorations of Westminster Abbey. Reading, UK: Harvey Miller, 1995. 160 pp., ill. (120, 16 colour). ISBN 1-872501-77-X

* Dams, Bernd H., & Andrew Zega. Pleasure Pavilions and Follies in the Gardens of the Ancien Regime. Paris: Flammarion, 1995. 192 pp., ill. (76 b/w. 136 colour). ISBN 2-08013-561-9

* Etlin, Richard A. Symbolic Space: French Enlightenment Architecture and Its Legacy. University of Chicago Press, 1995. 235 pp. ISBN 0-226-22084-2

* Lubbock, Jules. The Tyranny of Taste: The Politics of Architecture and Design in Britain, 1550-1960. Yale University Press, 1995. 413 pp. See also review by Linda Colley, "In the British taste: Planning and plainness in the history of architecture and design," TLS, 4832 (November 10 1995): 3-4.

* McKittrick, David, ed. The Making of the Wren Library, Trinity College, Cambridge. Cambridge University Press, 1995. ill., 264 pp. ISBN 0-521-44305-9.

* Peterson, Andrew. Dictionary of Islamic Architecture. London: Routledge, 1995. 352 pp., ill. (89 architectural drawings/floor plans, 9 maps, 45 b/w photos). ISBN 0-415-06084-2

* Worsley, Giles. Classical Architecture in Britain: The Heroic Age. Yale University Press, 1995. 349 pp. ISBN 0-300-05896-9. See also review by Kerry Downs, "Taking Orders," TLS, 4832 (November 10, 1995): 15-16.

Thomas, Downing. "Architectural Visions of Lyric Theater and Spectatorship in Late-Eighteenth-Century France." Representations, 52 (automne 1995): 52-75.

HISTORY OF ART

* Brown, Jonathan. Kings and Connoisseurs: Collecting Art in 17th- Century Europe. Yale University Press, 1995. 264 pp., ill. (140 b/w, 85 colour)

* Diderot, Denis. Diderot on Art. Vol. One, "The Salon of 1765" and "Notes on Painting," Vol. Two, "The Salon of 1767." Ed. & tr. John Goodman. Yale University Press, 1995. ill., 250 pp., 344 pp. ISBN: 0- 300-06251-6; 0-300-06252-4. See also review by P.N. Furbank, "Stylist at the Salon: The impetuous flood of Diderot's Art Criticism," TLS, 4832 (November 10 1995): 4-5.

* Jacobs, Michael. The Painted Voyage: Art, Travel, and Exploration, 1564-1875. British Museum, 1995. 157 pp. ISBN: 0-7141-15656-4

* Merot, Alain. French Painting in the 17th Century. Yale University Press, 1995. 352 pp., ill. (144 b/w, 199 colour).

* Slive, Seymour. Dutch Painting 1600-1800. Yale University Press (Pelican History of Art), 1995. 384 pp., ill. (321 b/w & 111 colour).

Stevenson, M. "Print Restoration in Northern Europe: Development, Tradition, and Literature from the Late Renaissance to the 1930s." Studies in the History of Art, 51 (1995): 110 ff.

BLAKE, WILLIAM

* Heppner, Christopher. Reading Blake's Designs. Cambridge University Press, 1995. 320pp., ill. (74 halftones, 14 colour), ISBN 0-521-47381-80 [Blake as illustrator of texts by other writers]

CANALETTO

* Liversidge, Michael, & Jane Farrington. Canaletto and England. London: Merrell Holberton, 1995. 192 pp., ill. (75 b/w, 80 colour). ISBN 1-85894-002-8

COPLEY

* Neff, Emily Ballew. John Singleton Copley in England. London: Merrell Holberton, 1995. 180 pp., ill. (70 b/w, 70 colour). ISBN 1-85894-023-0

GAINSBOROUGH

Sloman, S.L. "Gainsborough in Bath, 1758-59." Burlington Magazine, 137, 1109 (August 1995): 509 ff.

GOYA

Vega, J. "Goya's Etchings After Velazquez." Print Quarterly, 12, 2 (June 1995): 145-63.

HOGARTH

Strugnell, Anthony. "Diderot, Hogarth and the Ideal Model." British Journal for Eighteenth Century Studies, 18, 2 (Autumn 1995).

REYNOLDS

Merz, J.M. "Reynolds's Borrowings." Burlington Magazine, 137, 1109 (August 1995): 516 ff.

Postle, M. "An Early Unpublished Letter by Reynolds." Apollo, 141, 400 (June 1995): 11 ff.

ROSA

* Scott, Jonathan. Salvator Rosa, His Life and Times. Yale University Press, 1995. 256 pp., ill. (165 b/w & 75 colour).

ROUBILIAC

* Bindman, David, & Malcolm Baker. Roubiliac and the 18th-Century Monument: Sculpture As Theatre. Yale University Press, 1995. 400 pp., ill. (289 b/w, 16 colour).

VERMEER

* Wheelock, Arthur K., Jr., ed. Vermeer. Yale University Press & the National Gallery of Art (Washington), 1995. 228 pp., ill. (127 b/w, 60 colour).

HISTORY OF LAW

Hochstrasster, T.J. "Early Modern Natural Law Theories and Their Contexts." Historical Journal, 38, 2 (June 1995): 487-91. [review article]

* Porret, Michel. le Crime et ses circonstances: de l'ésprit de l'arbitraire au siècle des lumières. Genève: Droz, 1995, 562 pp. ISBN: 2600000798.

[see also title by Sayres listed under England-Literature-Fielding; by Whitfield listed under History of Religion-Judaism]

HISTORY OF MEDICINE

* Dixon, Laurinda S. Perilous Chastity: Women and Illness in Pre-Enlightenment Art and Medicine. Cornell University Press, 1995. 8 colour plates, 110 b&w photos, cloth & paper

* Wilson, Adrian. The Making of Man-Midwifery. Childbirth in England 1660-1770. University College London Press, 1995. 256 pp., 4 illus. ISBN 1-85728-292-2

HISTORY OF MUSIC

Ambrose, J. "Notations on Mattheson's Der Brauchbare Virtuoso." Bach, 25, 2 (Fall-Winter 1994): 91-98.

Galand, J. "Form, Genre, and Style in the 18th-Century Rondo." Music Theory Spectrum, 17, 1 (Spring 1995): 27-52.

Rudolf, M. "Sturm und Drang in Music and Literature." Bach, 25, 2 (Fall-Winter 1994): 6-35.

Schenckman, W. "Portrait of Mattheson, the Editor, Together With His Correspondents." Bach, 25, 2 (Fall-Winter 1994): 63-90.

Schulenberg, D. "Musical Allegory Reconsidered: Representation and Imagination in the Baroque." Journal of Musicology, 13, 2 (Spring 1995): 203-39.

* Thomas, Downing A. Music and the Origins of Language: Theories from the French Enlightenment. Cambridge University Press, 1995.

§ Strad, 106, 1264 (August 1995) contains several articles on Dutch lutherie and violin-making from the mid-17th century to the present.

BACH(S)

David, H.T. "Deceptive Performance Traditions: Romantic Interpretation of Bach." Bach, 25, 2 (Fall-Winter 1994): 36-53.

Kreuch, K. "The Bach House in Wechmar" [in German]. Musik und Kirche, 65, 4 (1995): 241.

HANDEL

Mann, A. "An Unknown Detail of Handel Biography." Bach, 25, 2 (Fall-Winter 1994): 59-62.

HAYDN

Grave, F. "Metrical Dissonance in Haydn." Journal of Musicology, 13, 2 (Spring 1995): 168-202.

MOZART(S)

Bilson, M. "Do We Really Know How to Read Ur-Text Editions? How to Solve the Case of the Missing Dot in Mozart and Beethoven." Piano & Keyboard, 175 (July-August 1995): 24-31.

Schaarwachter, J. "Questions to the Process of Composition and Dramaturgy in Mozart's Marriage of Figaro" [in German]. Musikforschung, 48, 2 (April-June 1995): 144-52.

PURCELL

Radice, M.A. "Tate's Libretto for Dido and Aeneas: A Revaluation." Bach, 25, 2 (Fall-Winter 1994): 99-106.

SCHUTZ

Leaver, R.A. "The Funeral Sermon for Heinrich Schutz." Bach, 25, 2 (Fall-Winter 1994): 115 ff.

HISTORY OF RELIGION

Preus, J.S. "Anthropomorphism and Spinoza's Innovations: Presuppositions for Historical and Literary Biblical Interpretations and the Modern Study of Religion." Religion, 25, 1 (January 1995): 1-8.

CHRISTIANITY - PROTESTANT

Bunge, Wiep van. "Balthasar Bekker on Daniel. An Early Enlightenment critique of millenarianism." History of European Ideas, 21, 5 (1995): 659-673

Champion, J.A.I., & R.H. Popkin. "Bibliography and Religion: Richard Smith's Observations on the Report of a Blasphemous Treatise, c. 1670." Seventeenth Century, 10, 1 (Spring 1995): 77-100.

Davis, J.C. "A Short Course of Discourse: Studies in Early Modern Conscience, Duty, and the So-Called English Protestant Interest." Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 46, 2 (April 1995): 302-10 [review article]

Newcomb, B.H. The English Puritan Clergy's Acceptance of Political Parties, 1570-1700." Journal of Religious History, 19, 1 (June 1995): 43-61.

Schosler, J. "The Reasonableness of Christianity et les débats sur le socialisme soi-disant de Locke dans la presse française au 18me siècle." LIAS, 21, 2 (1994): 295 ff.

[see also title by Godbeer listed under US-Colonial & Federal Literature]

CHRISTIANITY - ROMAN CATHOLIC

Carroll, M.P. "Rethinking Popular Catholicism in Pre-Famine Ireland." Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 34, 3 (September 1995): 354-65.

Jones, J.A. "Pedro de Valencia's Defense of Arias Montana: A Note on the Spanish Indexes of 1634, 1640, and 1667." Bibliothèque d'humanisme et renaissance, 57, 1 (1995): 101-10. [re: 17th-century reception of A-M's Polyglot Bible of 1572]

van Welkenhuysen, N. "La lutte contre philosophie dans Liege au 18me siècle: les oeuvres du Dominicain Charles Louis Richard comme propagande involuntaire." Revue de l'histoire des religions, 212, 1 (janvier-mars 1995): 51-84.

JUDAISM

Arribas Palau, M. "Correspondence exchanged between David Cardoso Nunez and the Spanish consul Juan Manuael Gonzalez Salmon in the late 18th century" [in Spanish]. Sefarad, 55, 1 (1995): 3-24.

Bos, G. "Hayim Vital's Practical Kabbalah and Alchemy: Lurianic Kabbalah as the Dominant System of Jewish Mystical Thought." Journal of Jewish Thought & Philosophy, 4, 1 (1994): 55-122.

Smith, S.B. "Spinoza's Paradox: Judaism and the Construction of Liberal Identity in the Theologico-Political Treatise." Journal of Jewish Thought & Philosophy, 4, 2 (1995): 203-26.

Whitfield, S.J. "Separation Anxiety: Observations on the American Legal and Constitutional System with Regard to American Jewry: From Founders to Fundamentalists." Judaism, 44, 2 (Spring 1995): 131-45.

HISTORY OF SCIENCE

Carter, H.B. "The Royal Society and the Voyage of HMS Endeavour." Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London, 49, 2 (July 1995): 245-60.

Depater, C. "Willem Jacob Gravesande (1688-1742) and Isaac Newton's Regulae Philosophandi (1742)." LIAS, 21, 2 (1994): 257-94.

Fara, P. "Fit for a king? The George III gallery at the Science Museum." History of Science, 33, 101, part 3 (September 1995): 359-68.

Hall, A.R. "The Francis Affair Reconsidered." Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London, 49, 2 (July 1995): 179-84.

Jacob, M.C. "Reflections on the ideological meanings of western science from Boyle and Newton to the postmodernists." History of Science, 33, 101, part 3 (September 1995): 333-58.

Jagger, G. "Joseph Moxon and the Royal Society." Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London, 49, 2 (July 1995): 193-208.

Kinghele, D. "Erasmus Darwin's Life at Lichfield: Fresh Evidence." Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London, 49, 2 (July 1995): 231-44.

Meynell, G. "Locke, Boyle, and Peter Stahl." Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London, 49, 2 (July 1995): 185-92.

Miller, E. "The Insufficiency, Success, and Significance of Natural History." Studies in English Literature, 35, 3 (Summer 1995): 519-34.

* Roger, Jacques. Pour une histoire des sciences a part entière. Paris: Albin Michel (coll. "Bibliothèque Albin Michel Idées"), 1995.

Terrall, M. "Emilie du Chatelet and the gendering of science." History of Science, 33, 101, part 3 (September 1995): 283-310.

Tibensky, J. "Studies on Matthias Bel's Life and Work (1684-1749)" [in Slovak; English & French abstract]. Historicky Casopis, 53, 2 (1995): 230-45.

Unwin, R.W. "A Provincial Man of Science at Work: Martin Lister and His Illustrators, 1670-1683." Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London, 49, 2 (July 1995): 209-30.

[see title by Goethe (Collected Works, 12) listed under Germany - Literature - Goethe]

HUNGARY - HISTORY

[see title by Peter listed under Political Thought-Montesquieu

INDIA - HISTORY

Horstmann, M. "An Annual Budget of Govind Devji: Documents of VS 1784 (AD-1728)." Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenlandischen Gesellschaft, 145, 1 (1995): 125-47.

IRELAND - HISTORY

Boyd, A. "The Orange Order, 1795-1995: Outlook and Influence of a Key Element in the Culture of Protestant Ulster." History Today, 45, 9 (September 1995): 16-23.

[see title by Carroll listed under History of Religion-Christianity-Roman Catholic]

IRELAND -LITERATURE

* Anonymous. Vertue Rewarded; or, the Irish Princess. A New Novel. Ed. Hubert McDermott. Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe ("Princess Grace Irish Library, 7), 1993. xl, 107 pp. ISBN: 0-86140-305-3. [text of 1693]

SWIFT

Freedman, W. "Swift's Strulbruggs, Progress, and the Analogy of History." Studies in English Literature, 35, 3 (Summer1995): 457-72.

* Higgins, Ian. Swift's Politics: A Study in Disaffection. Cambridge University Press, 1994. xiii/232 p. ISBN: 0-521-41814-3.

[see also title by Pago listed under England-Literature; by Morellet listed under France-Literature-Morellet]

ITALY - HISTORY

Ago, R. "Family roles and legal status of family members in the 17th century" [in Italian]. Quaderni Storici, 30, 1 (April 1995): 111-135.

Evangelisti, S. "Farne quello che pare e piace - The use and transmission of cells in the Convent of Santa Giula in Brescia, 1597-1688" [in Italian]. Quaderni Storici, 30, 1 (April 1995): 85-110.

Fontaine, L. "Transmission of family property in the western Alps (Dauphine) in the 17th and 18th century" [in Italian]. Quaderni Storici, 30, 1 (April 1995): 135-54.

Gentilcore, D. "Charlatans, Mountebanks and Other Similar People: The Regulation nd Role of Itinerant Practitioners in Early Modern Italy." Social History, 20, 3 (October 1995): 297-314.

Liberti, R. "Fatebelli Fratelli et l'Ospedale di San Giovanni di Dio, Sinopoli (1738)." Historica, 48, 2 (1995): 67-70.

Raggio, O. "Norms and practices: On rural laws as a source for local history" [in Italian]. Quaderni Storici, 30, 1 (April 1995): 155 ff.

Sabatini, G. "The system of taxation and brigandage in Abruzzo at the end of of the 17th century" [in Italian]. Nuova Rivista Storica, 79, 1 (1995): 77-114.

ITALY - LITERATURE

GOLDONI

* Goldoni, Carlo. les Tracasseries domestiques. Paris: l'Arche, 1995. 128 pp. Traduction de Pierre Laroche.

Spezzani, P. "The Stratification of the 117 Comedies of Goldoni found in the Main 18th-Century Editions and in a 20th-Century Editorial Apparatus" [in Italian]. Lettere Italiane, 47, 2 (1995): 263-70.

[see also title by Luciani listed under France-Literature-Riccoboni].

JUDAICA

* Birnbaum, Pierre, & Ira Katznelson, eds. Paths of Emancipation: Jews, States, and Citizenship. Princeton University Press, 1995. 308 pp. ISBN 0-691-03460-5 [emancipation in England, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, the U.S., Turkey, and Russia; impact of the French Revolution on Jewish communities]

* Cantor, Norman. The Sacred Chain: A History of the Jews. New York: Harper-Collins, 1995. 480 pp. ISBN 0-00-255601-4 [See also David Vital's review, TLS 4834 (November 24, 1995): 15.

MARITIME HISTORY

Anderson, J.L. "Piracy and World History: An Economic Perspective on Maritime Predation." Journal of World History, 6, 2 (Autumn 1995): 175-200.

Davidson, A.S. "Across the Western Ocean: American Ships by Liverpool Artists." Peabody Essex Museum Collections, 131, 1 (1995), 9 ff. [exhibit in Salem, Massachussets]

Hopkins, F. "The Plattsburg Mutiny, July 22, 1816." American Neptune, 55, 2 (Spring 1995): 135-41.

Petrie, D.A. "The Piracy Trial of Luke Ryan, 1782." American Neptune, 55, 3 (Summer 1995): 185-204.

Smith, G.A. "A Means to an End: Gunboats and Jefferson's Theory of Defense." American Neptune, 55, 2 (Spring 1995): 111-22.

Tucker, S. "The Jeffersonian Gunboats in Service, 1804-1825." American Neptune, 55, 2 (Spring 1995): 97-110.

Wegner, D,M. "The Frigate Strikes Her Colors: The End to the Debate Over What Happened to the Vessel Constitution." American Neptune, 55, 3 (Summer 1995): 243-62.

[see also title by Carter listed under History of Science]

MATERIAL CULTURE

Gockerell, N. "Written and Illustrated Sources for Researching Regional Bavarian Costume" [in German]. Waffen und Kostumkunde, 36, 1-2 (1994): 13-44.

Hogger, H. "A 17th-Century Girl's Dress with Gagelbander" [in German]. Waffen und Kostumkunde, 36, 1-2 (1994): 71-76.

Horvath, I. "The Openwork Plaques of Peter the Great: A Perspective." Central Asiatic Journal, 39, 1 (1995): 78-96.

* Poole, Julia E. English Pottery. Cambridge University Press (Fitzwilliam Museum Handbooks), 1995. 64 colour plates, 151 pp. ISBN 0-521-47521-X (cloth), 0-521-46520-1 (paper)

Rohr, A.V. "A Coinmaker's Apprentice's Costume from Zellerfield in the Harz Mountains (c.1663)" [in German]. Waffen und Kostumkunde, 36, 1-2 (1994): 1-12.

§ Burlington Magazine, 137, 1107 (June 1995) is a special issue on European silver.

MISCELLANEOUS

Adams, J. "Outer Space and the New World in the Imagination of 18th-Century Europeans." Eighteenth-Century Life, 19, 1 (February 1995): 70-83.

* Gutierrez, Ellen Turner. The Reception of the Picaresque in the French, English, and German Tradition. New York: Peter Lang (Currents in Comparative Romance Languages and Literatures, 18), 1995, vi, 142 pp. ISBN 0-8204-2161-8

* Howard, Michael; George J. Andreopoulos; & Mark R. Shulman, eds. The Laws of War: Constraints on Warfare in the Western World. Yale University Press, 1995. 303 pp. ISBN 0-300-05899-3 [see also John Keegan's review, "If you won't, we won't: Honour and the decencies of battle," TLS. 4834 (November 24, 1995): 11-12.]

Huston, N. "Novels and Navels: The Depiction of the Maternal Figure in Literature Through the Ages." Critical Inquiry, 21, 4 (Summer 1995): 708-221

Kates, Gary. "The transgendered world of the Chevalier Chevalière d Eon." Journal of Modern History, 67, 3 (September 1995): 558-94.

Nevers, K.L. "Immoveable Objects, Irresistable Forces: The Sublime and the Technological in the 18th Century." Eighteenth-Century Life, 19, 1 (February 1995): 18-38.

* Vincent, John. An Intelligent Person's Guide to History. Duckworth, 1995. 122 pp. ISBN 0-7156-26825-5. See also review by Michael Bentley, "Galloping through the past," TLS 4832 (November 10, 1995): 30.

Volpilhac-Auger, Catherine. "Comment peut-on etre Troglodyte?" Recherches et travaux [Publication de l'UFR de Lettres de l'Université Stendhal (Grenoble)], 49 (1995): 27-35.

NORWAY - HISTORY

Dorum, K. "Did the transition to freehold peasant ownership favour the development of cotter farming, c.1660-1850?" [in Norwegian]. Historisk Tidsskrift, 74, 2 (1995): 145-70.

PACIFIC HISTORY

Geertz, Clifford. "Culture War." New York Review of Books, 42, 19 (November 30, 1995): 4-6. [review article re: G. Obeyesekere The Apotheosis of Captain Cook and M. Sahlins How Natives Think About Captain Cook, for Example]

Kauffmann, D. "The so-called savages in the writing of history and anthropology of the so-called civilized: Historical and current controversies about the South-Sea voyages of James Cook and his death in Hawaii, 1779" [in German]. Historische Zeitschrift, 260, 1 (February 1995): 49-74.

PHILOSOPHY

Doyle, J.P. "Another God, Chimeræ, Goat-Stags, and Man-Lions: A Seventeenth-Century Debate About Impossible Objects." Review of Metaphysics, 48, 4 (June 1995): 771-808.

* Hudson, Nicholas. Writing and European Thought, 1600-1830. Cambridge University Press, 1995. 222 pp. ISBN 0-521-45540-5 [western attitudes toward writing; linguistics; orality & literacy]

Labio, Catherine. "Enlightenment and the Epistemology of Origins." New York, Columbia University, Ph.D. thesis, 1992. Dir.: Timothy J. Reiss.

Lesaulnier, J. "A l'egard d'une edition des manuscrits de Port-Royal: Le Recueil de Choses Diverses." LIAS, 21, 2 (1994): 229-48.

Secretan, C. "La Epistolica Dissertatio (1651, 1670) de Lambert van Velthuysen: Une appropriation actif des materiels pour modeles de la philosophie." LIAS, 21, 2 (1994): 203-28.

FICHTE

[see title by Storr listed under Germany-Literature-Schiller; by Kiss listed under Political Thought]

HOBBES

Foisneau, L., et al. "Bulletin Hobbes, 7. Bibliographie critique et international des etudes d Hobbes, 1993." Archives de philosophie, 58, 2 (avril-juin 1995): S1 ff.

HUME

Humber, J.M. "Hume's Invisible Self." American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, 69, 3 (Summer 1995): 485-502.

Kienzle, B. "Variations on the Logic of Events with Regard to Hume's Concept of Causation [in German]. Archiv fur Geschichte der Philosophie, 77, 2 (1995): 155-88.

* Streminger, Gerhard. David Hume: Sein Leben und Sein Werk. Paderborn: Schoningh, 1994.

Weintraub, R. "What Was Hume's Contribution to the Problem of Induction?" Philosophical Quarterly, 45, 181 (October 1995): 460-70.

[see also title by Streminger listedf under Eonomics-Smith]

KANT

Koveker, D. "Objective Validity and Subjective-Necessary Criteria of Truth: Systematic Reflections on the Idea of Consensus in Kant's Political Philosophy" [in German]. Zeitschrift fur Philosophische Forschung, 49, 2 (1995): 274-93.

Mertens, T. "Practicality of Nature and Kant's Political Philosophy" [in German]. Zeitschrift fur Philosophische Forschung, 49, 2 (1995): 220-40.

Schuler, J.A. "Reasonable Hope: Kant as Critical Theorist." History of European Ideas, 21, 4 (July 1995): 527-34.

Shade, P. "Does Kant's Ethics Imply Reincarnation?" Southern Journal of Philosophy, 33, 3 (Autumn 1995): 347-60.

Waxman, W. "Kant on the Possibility of Thought: Universals Without Language." Review of Metaphysics, 48, 4 (June 1995): 809-58.

[see title by Storr listed under Germany-Literature-Schiller]

LEIBNIZ

Auletta, G. "The Relationship Between the Concepts of the Possible and the Existent Within the Framework of Leibniz's Theory of Possible Worlds" [in Italian]. Filosofia, 45-3 (1994): 275-90.

LOCKE

[see title by Clark listed under Scotland-Literature-Macpherson]

SCOTTISH ENLIGHTENMENT

Coltharp, D. "History and the Primitive: Homer, Blackwell, and the Scottish Enlightenment." Eighteenth-Century Life, 19, 1 (February 1995): 57-69.

SMITH, ADAM

Griswold, C.L. "Rhetoric and Ethics: Adam Smith on Theorizing About the Moral Sentiments," in K. Gavroglu, J. Stachel, and M.W. Wartofsky, eds., Science, Politics, and Social Practice: Essays on Marxism and Science, Philosophy of Culture and the Social Sciences, in Honor of Robert S. Cohen (Dordrecht: Luwer, 1995), pp. 295-320. (ISBN 0-7923-2989-9)

Kerkhof, Bert. "A Fatal Attraction? Smith's Theory of Moral Sentiments and Mandeville's Fable." History of Political Thought, 16, 2 (Summer, 1995): 219-233.

SPINOZA

[see title by Preus listed under History of Religion]

VICO

* Cristofolini, Paolo. Vico et l'histoire. Paris: PUF, 1995.

* Danesi, Marcel. Giambattista Vico and the Cognitive Science Enterprise. New York, Berne, Berlin, Francfort, Paris, Vienne: Peter Lang (Emory Vico Studies, 4), 1995, xv/184 pp. ISBN: 0-8204-2402-1.

POLAND - HISTORY

Bogucka, M. "Law and crime in Poland in early modern times." Acta Poloniae Historica, 71 (1995): 175-96.

Gasiorowski, S. "Bibliographie choisi des oeuvres des historiens polonaises publiée en langages d'étranger, 1988-1993." Acta Poloniae Historica, 71 (1995): 233 ff.

Pirozynski, J. "The legacy of Sophie, Duchess of Brinswick (1576-1672)." Acta Poloniae Historica, 71 (1995): 83-110.

Szarota, T. "National stereotypes as the theme of historical research in Poland." Acta Poloniae Historica, 71 (1995): 55-68.

Wyrobisz, A. "Patterns of the family and woman in old Poland." Acta Poloniae Historica, 71 (1995): 69-82.

POLAND - LITERATURE

* Potocki, Jan. The Manuscript Found in Saragossa. Tr. Ian Maclean. New York: Viking, 1995. See also the review by John Weightman, "Extravaganza in Progress," New York Review of Books, 42, 19 (November 30, 1995): 40-42.

[see also title by Vandermeer listed under Russia - Literature]

POLITICAL THOUGHT

Bardach, J. "From a political to an ethnic nation in central eastern Europe, from the Middle Ages to the present" [in French]. Acta Poloniae Historica, 71 (1995): 17-36.

Blaufarb, R. "The French Revolution: The birth of European popular democracy?" Comparative Studies in Society and History, 37, 3 (July 1995): 608-18.

* Coulmas, Peter. les Citoyens du monde. Histoire du cosmopolitisme. Paris: Albin Michel (coll. "Bibliothèque Albin Michel Idées"), 1995. Traduction de Jeanne Etore.

Gulbrandsen, O. "The king is king by the grace of the people: The exercise and control of power in subject-ruler relations. Comparative Studies in Society and History, 37, 3 (July 1995): 415-44.

Kiss, E. "Remarks on Fichte's Concept of the Nation" [in German]. Archiv fur Geschichte der Philosophie, 77, 2 (1995): 189-96.

Reedy, W.J. "The Traditionalist Critique of Individualism in Post-Revolutionary France: The Case of Louis de Bonald." History of Political Thought, 16, 1 (Spring 1995): 49-76.

Ward, W. Randall. "Divine Will, Natural Law and the Voluntarism/Intellectualism Debate in Locke." History of Political Thought, 16, 2 (Summer, 1995): 208-218.

[see also title by Proust listed under France-Literature-Diderot]

MONTESQUIEU

Conroy, P.V. "A Philosophe on the the Road: Montesquieu and his Voyages." French Forum, 20, 3 (septembre 1995): 279-98.

Felice, D. "France, Spain, and Portugal: The European Monarchies 'qui vont au Despotisme,' in the Words of Montesquieu" [in Italian]. Giornale Critico della Filosofia Italiana, 15, 1 (January-April 1995):42-64.

Myers, R. "Montesquieu on the Causes of Roman Greatness." History of Political Thought, 16, 1 (Spring 1995): 37-47.

Peter, L. "Montesquieu's Paradox on Freedom and Hungary's Constitutions, 1790-1990." History of Political Thought, 16, 1 (Spring 1995): 77-104.

ROUSSEAU

Simon, J. "Natural Freedom and Moral Autonomy: Rousseau's Emile as Parent, Teacher, and Citizen." History of Political Thought, 16, 1 (Spring 1995): 21-36.

RUSSIA - HISTORY

* Bernstein, Laurie. Sonia's Daughters: Prostitutes and Their Regulation in Imperial Russia. University of California Press, 1995.

Goggi, Gianluigi. "Civilisation et experiences de reference: a propos de la genese du fragment politique Sur la Russie." Studi settecenteschi, 14 (1994): 329-398.

Kamenskii, A.B. "The estate policy of Catherine the Great" [in Russian]. Voprosy Istorii, 3 (1995): 29-45.

[see also title by Horvath listed under Material Culture]

RUSSIA - LITERATURE

Vandermeer, J.I. "Some Remarks on the Literary Sources of Momholec's Arlekin Na Swiat Urazony: Komedie Konwiktowe by the Polish Jesuit Priest, 1755-1760." Russian Literature, 37, 4 (May 15 1995): 535-60.

SCOTLAND - LITERATURE

BURNS

Pintaric, M. "A Slovenian Translation of Burns." Scottish Literary Journal, 22, 1 (May 1995): 84-91.

LITTLE, JANET [the Ayrshire dairywoman-poet]

[see title by Ferguson listed under England-Literature]

MACPHERSON

Clark, S.H. "The Failing Soul: Macpherson's Response to Locke." Eighteenth-Century Life, 19, 1 (February 1995): 39-56.

SLOVAK HISTORY

Mrva, I. "An Outbreak of the 1703 Popular Revolt Under Francis II Rakoczi and Its Dissemination in the Slovak Territory" [in Slovak]. Historicky Casopis, 43, 1 (1995): 16-46.

SPAIN - HISTORY

Roura Alinas, L. "Reformism Against Revolution: Putting to Rest a False Dilemma in Spanish Historiography on the 18th Century" [in Italian]. Studi Storici, 36, 1 (1995): 103-26.

U.S. - COLONIAL & FEDERAL HISTORY

Arch, S.C. "Writing a Federalist Self: Alexander Graydon's Memoirs of a Life." William and Mary Quarterly, 52, 3 (July 1995): 415-32.

Benatar, D. "Alexander Hamilton's Alternative: Technology Piracy and the Report on Manufactures." William and Mary Quarterly, 52, 3 (July 1995): 389-414.

Fitzgerald, M.S. "Nature Unsubdued: Diplomacy, Expansion, and the American Military Buildup of 1815-1816." Mid America, 77 1 (Winter 1995): 5-32.

Morgan, K. "The Organization of the Colonial American Rice Trade." William and Mary Quarterly, 52, 3 (July 1995): 433-52.

Rice, J.D. "Old Appalachia's Path to Interdependency: Economic Development and the Creation of Community in Western Maryland, 1730-1850." Appalachian Journal, 22, 4 (Summer 1995): 348-75.

Rossignol, M.J. "Early Isolationism Revisited: Neutrality and Beyond in the 1790s." Journal of American Studies, 29, 2 (August 1995): 215-28.

Seeman, E.R. "She Died Like Good Old Jacob: Deathbed Scenes and Inversions of Power in New England, 1675-1775." Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, 104, 2 (October 1994): 285-314.

[see also title by Whitfield listed under History of Religion-Judaism]

U.S. - COLONIAL & FEDERAL LITERATURE

Baepler, P. "The Barbary Captivity Narrative in Early America." Early American Literature, 30, 2 (1995): 95-120.

Derounian-Stadola, K.Z. "Troping America: Re-examining the Writings of Fledgling America." Early American Literature, 30, 2 (1995): 188-95 [review essay].

Godbeer, R. "Love Raptures: Marital, Romantic, and Erotic Images of Jesus Christ in Puritan New England, 1670-1730." New England Quarterly, 68, 3 (September 1995): 355-84.

Harris, S.M. "Whose Past Is It? Women Writers in Early America." Early American Literature, 30, 2 (1995): 175-81.

Krise, T.W. "True Novel, False History: Robert Robertson, Ventriloquized Slave in the Speech of Mr John Talbot Campo-Bell (1736)." Early American Literature, 30, 2 (1995): 152-63.

* Kritzer, Amelia Howe, ed. Plays by Early American Women, 1775-1850. University of Michigan Press, 1995. 444 pp. ISBN 0-472- 09598-6 [Mercy Otis Warren, Susanns Rowson, Judith Murray, Sarah Pogson, Mary Carr, Frances Wright, Louisa Medina, Charlotte Barnes]

Krupat, A. "American Histories, Native American Narratives." Early American Literature, 30, 2 (1995): 165-74.

Mulford, Carla. "Huehuetlolli, Early American Studies and the Problem of History." Early American Literature, 30, 2 (1995): 146-51.

* Potkay, Adam, & Sandra Burr. eds. Black Atlantic Writers of the Eighteenth Century: Living the New Exodus in England and the Americas. St. Martin s, 1995. 168 pp. ISBN 0-312-12133-4 (cloth), 0-312-12518-6 (paper). [excerpts of writing by Ukawsaw Gronniosaw, John Marrant, Ottobah Cugoano, and Olaudah Equiano]

WALES

Stone, L. "Kinship and Forced Marriage in Early 18th-Century Wales." Welsh History Review, 17, 3 (June 1995): 356-64.

 

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