Selected Readings, No 46

July 17, 1996

Selected Readings is compiled and edited by Kevin Berland, with the assistance of the April and May and June Volunteer Fire Brigade Roll of Honour, viz., Raymond Birn, Erin C. Blake, Jon Dessau, Bill Everdell, Dorothy Medlin, Benoît Melançon, Christopher Roberson, Rick Sher, Agnes Widder, A.J. Wright, and the secret admirer... Thanks to Erin Blake for recovering this missing file.

These early editions of Selected Readings were originally circulated to C18-L subscribers via e-mail, and are being posted here with minimal re-editing-- hence the absence of special characters, diacritical marks, and fancy formatting, and even quotation marks.

AFRICA

Senn, B. "A History of Commerce on the African Continent from the 15th Century to the Present" [in German]. DU - Die Zeitschrift der Kultur, 12, 1 (December-January 1996): 20-24.

Lovejoy, P.E., & D. Richard. "Competing Markets for Male and Female Slaves: Prices in the Interior of West Africa, 1780-1850." International Journal of African Historical Studies, 28, 2 (1995): 261-94.

MacGaffey, W. "Kongo Identity, 1483-1993." South Atlantic Quarterly, 94, 4 (Autumn 1995): 1025-38.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, EDITING, HISTORY OF THE BOOK (PUBLISHING, READERSHIP), LIBRARIES, &C.

Black, Fiona A. "A Scottish Element in Canadian Print Culture: Some Preliminary Questions on Definition and Evidence." Eighteenth-Century Scotland, 10 (Spring 1996): 11-14.

Jacobs, E., & A. Forster. "Lost Books and Publishing History: Two Annotated Lists of Imprints for the Fiction Titles Listed in the Circulating Library Catalogs of Thomas Lowndes (1766) and M. Heavisides (1790), of Which No Known Copies Survive." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 89, 3 (September, 1995): 261-98.

[see also title by Norton listed under Philosophy-Hume]

CANADA, LA NOUVELLE FRANCE, L ACADIE, QUEBEC

Morgan, C. "In Search of the Phantom Misnamed Honour: Duelling in Upper Canada." Canadian Historical Review, 76, 4 (December, 1995): 529-62.

 

[see also title by Black listed under Bibliography &c.]

CARIBBEAN HISTORY

Dorsey, J.C. "Women Without History: Slavery and the International Politics of Partus Sequitur Ventrem in the Spanish Caribbean." Journal of Caribbean History, 28, 2 (1994): 165-207.

Highfield, A.R. "Patterns of Accommodation and Resistance: The Moravian Witness to Slavery in the Danish West-Indies." Journal of Caribbean History, 28, 2 (1994): 138-64.

CHINA - HISTORY

Antony, R.J. "Scourges on the People: Perceptions of Robbery, Snatching and Theft in the Mid-Qing Period." Late Imperial China, 16, 2 (December 1995): 98 ff.

Bai, L. "Mathematical Study and Intellectual Transition in the Early and Mid-Qing." Late Imperial China, 16, 2 (December 1995): 23-61.

Buoye, T. "Suddenly Murderous Intent Arose: Bureaucraticization and Benevolence in 18th-Century Qing Homicide Reports." Late Imperial China, 16, 2 (December 1995): 62-97.

CLASSICAL CIVILIZATION

Shay, J. "Thomas Jefferson is Alive and Well, and Living in the Internet." Classical Bulletin, 71, 2 (1995): 67-69. [classics on the internet]

Williams, D.E. "Authoring the Author: Heroes and Greeks." Early American Literature, 30, 3 (1995): 264-74.

[see also title by Morillo listed under England-Literature-Pope; by Robertson listed under Scotland-History]

ECONOMICS

Hancock, David. "Trade," in _Scotland and the Americas 1600 to 1800_ (Providence, R.I.: John Carter Brown Library, 1995), pp. 27-37.

Wanklyn, M. "The impact of water transport facilities on the economies of English river ports, c.1660-c.1760." Economic History Review, 49, 1 (February 1995): 20-34.

SMITH, ADAM

Bishop, John D. "Adam Smith's Invisible Hand Argument." Journal of Business Ethics, 14 (1995): 165-80.

Levy, David M. "Listen Up, Humanists! An Economist s View of Ian Ross s _Life of Adam Smith_." Eighteenth-Century Scotland, 10 (Spring 1996): 16-19.

Levy, David M. "The Partial Spectator in the _Wealth of Nations_: A Robust Utilitarianism." European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 2 (1995): 299-326.

ENGLAND - HISTORY

Crossland, J. "The Keppel Affair." History Today, 46, 1 (January 1996): 42-48.

Harris, B. "American Idols: Empire, War, and the Middling Ranks in Mid-18th-Century Britain." Past & Present, 150 (February 1996): 111-41.

Phillips, C.B. "The Corporation of Kendal under Charles II." Northern History, 31 (1995): 157-77.

Walter, D. "British Imperialism Around 1800? Studies on Imperialism, Historiography of the British Empire, and the Black Hole in the Period 1783-1815" [in German]. Zeitschrift fur Geschichteswissenschaft, 43, 11 (1995): 965-88.

ENGLAND - LITERATURE

Alderson, S. "Ut pictura poesis and its discontents in late 17th-century and early 18th-century England and France." Word & Image, 11, 3 (July-September 1995): 256-73.

AUSTEN, JANE

Smith, P. "Austen's Persuasion and the Secret Conspiracy." Cambridge Quarterly, 24, 4 (1995): 279-303.

BEHN, APHRA

Howlett, K. "The Entangled History of Legal and Fictional Discourse in The Trial of Ford Lord Grey of Werk and Aphra Behn's Love Letters Between a Nobleman and His Sister." CEA Critic, 58, 1 (Autumn 1995): 25-35.

BLAKE

Bentley, G.E. "The Physiognomy of Lavater s Essays: False Imprints, 1789 and 1792." Blake: An Illustrated Quarterly, 29, 1 (Summer 1995): 16-23.

Henry, L. "Sunshine and Shady Groves: What Blake's Little Black Boy Learned from African Writers." Blake: An Illustrated Quarterly, 29, 1 (Summer 1995): 4-11.

Sheasby, R.E. "Dual Reality: Echoes of Blake's Tiger in Cullen's Heritage." CLA Journal, 39, 2 (December 1995): 219-27.

Viscomi, J. "Blake's The Phoenix to Mrs. Butts Redux." Blake: An Illustrated Quarterly, 29, 1 (Summer 1995): 12-15.

Viscomi, J. "Blake in the Marketplace 1852: Thomas Butts and Other Unknown 19th-Century Blake Collectors." Blake: An Illustrated Quarterly, 29, 2 (Autumn 1995): 40-67.

GOLDSMITH

Little, I.D. "Allusions to Garden Design in Poems of Goldsmith and Wordsworth." CLA Journal, 39, 2 (December 1995): 228-50.

JOHNSON

* Bristow, Adrian, ed. _Dr Johnson and Mrs Thrale s Tour in North Wales, 1774_. Wrexham: Bridge Books, 1996. 147 pp. ISBN 1-872424-49-X

Bush, J. "Authorial Authority: Johnson s Life of Savage and Nabokov s Nikolai Gogol." Biography, 19, 1 (Winter 1996): 19-40.

Kass, T.G. "The Mixed Blessings of the Imagination in Johnson s Sermons." Renascence, 47, 2 (Winter 1995): 89-102.

LEWIS

Meyer, M. "Let's Talk About Sex: Confessions and Vows in The Monk." AAA - Arbeiten aus Anglistik und Amerikanistik, 20, 2 (1995): 307-16.

POPE

Morillo, J. "Seditious Anger: Achilles, James Stuart, and Jacobite Politics in Pope's Iliad." Eighteenth-Century Life, 19, 2 (May 1995): 38-58.

[see title by Shephard listed under History of Medicine]

SMART, CHRISTOPHER

Chevalier, Noel. "A Blessed Conveyancer of Letters: Christopher Smart, Author and Editor of Miscellanies in Jubilate Agno." English Studies in Canada, 21, 4 (December 1995): 393-406.

WARTON, THOMAS

* Fairer, David, ed. _The Correspondence of Thomas Warton_. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1996. 775 pp. ISBN 0-8203-1501-X [see also review by David Womersly, "What is become of old Tabby?" TLS 4850 (March 15, 1996): 7-8.]

FILMS

Hook, Andre. "Braveheart, Rob Roy, and Sir Walter Scott." Eighteenth-Century Scotland, 10 (Spring 1996): 14-15.

Eighteenth-Century Life, 19, 2 (May 1995), has a special Film Forum section about Stanley Kubrick s Barry Lyndon (1975): articles include: F. Cossa, "Images of Perfection: Life Imitates Art in Kubrick's Barry Lyndon" (79); J. Engel, "Barry Lyndon, a Picture of Irony" (83); J.L.L. Johnson, "The 18th-Century Ape: Barry Lyndon and the Darwinian Pessimism of Stanley Kubrick" (89); E.F. Knapp & J. Pegolotti, "Music in Kubrick's Barry Lyndon: A Catalyst to Manipulate" (92).

FRANCE - HISTORY

* Markoff, John. _The Abolition of Feudalism: Peasants, Lords, and Legislators in the French Revolution_. University Park: Penn State, 1996. 672 pp., 26 ill. ISBN 0-271-01538-1 (cloth), 0-271-01539-X (paper).

FRANCE - LITERATURE

[see also title by Alderson listed under England-Literature]

DIDEROT

Ley, F. "The Significance of Diderot." New Theatre Quarterly, 11, 44 (November 1995): 342-54.

GRAFFIGNY

Showalter, English. "Graffigny at Cirey: La Vie Privee de Voltaire et de Mme. de Chatelet, a Fraud Exposed." French Forum, 21, 1 (January 1996): 29-44.

GARDEN & LANDSCAPE

[see also title by Little listed under England-Literature-Goldsmith]

GERMANY - HISTORY

Hartmann, P.C. "Total population and denominational relationships in the German Holy Roman Empire and imperial districts at the close of the 18th century" (in German). Zeitschrift fur Historische Forschung, 22, 3 (1995): 345-70.

GERMANY - LITERATURE

Jung, W. "Changes in the German Epistolary Style During the 18th Century: C.F. Gellert's Guide to Letter-Writing" [in German]. Zeitschrift fur Deutsche Philologie, 114, 4 (1995): 481-98.

Kratzer, J. "Christlob Mylius Vermischte Schriften, Collected by Lessing" [in German]. Zeitschrift fur Deutsche Philologie, 114, 4 (1995): 499-521.

GOETHE

Lippert-Adelberger, E. "The so-called priceless four: the sensus obscenus in Goethe's Romische Elegie" [in German . Germanisch-Romanische Monatsschrift, 45, 3 (1995): 288-300.

Mahr, J. "Mysteries of Rome and Weimar: The 12th Romische Elegie" [in German]. Zeitschrift fur Deutsche Philologie, 114, 4 (1995): 522-41.

Maierhofer, W. "Changing Perspectives: Wilhelm Meisters Wanderjahre and the American Travel Diaries of Bernhard von Sachsen Weimar Eisenach" [in German]. Zeitschrift fur Germanistik, 5, 3 (1995): 508-22.

Niekirk, C. "Individuum est ineffabile: Education, the physiognomy dispute, and the question with regard to the subject in Goethe's Wilhem Meister project" [in German]. Colloquia Germanica, 28, 1 (1995): 1-34.

[see also title by Muller listed under Germany-Literature-Lessing]

HOLDERLIN

George, E.E. "The Fourth Tone: Holderlin as a Philosopher and a Poet." Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 94, 4 (October 1995): 483-96.

LESSING

Muller, K.J. :Constructed Humanity: Lessing's Nathan der Weise, Goethe's Iphigenie auf Tauris, and Brecht's Die Massnahme" [in German . Germanisch-Romanische Monatsschrift, 45, 3 (1995): 301-14.

SCHLEGEL

Wehrhahn, M. "A Previously Unpublished Letter by Friedrich Schlegel from 1790" [in German]. Zeitschrift fur Deutsche Philologie, 114, 4 (1995): 600-606.

HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE

Watkin, D. "Freemasonry and Joan Soane." Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, 54, 4 (December 1995): 402-17.

HISTORY OF ART

Baker, B. "Schilderachtig: Discussions of a 17th-Century Term and Concept." Simiolus, 23, 2-3 (1995): 147-62.

* Lawrence, Cynthia, ed. _Women and Art in Early Modern Europe: Patrons, Collectors, and Connoisseurs_. University Park: Penn State University Press, 1996. 288 pp., 55 ill. ISBN 0-271-01568-3

* Roskill, Mark. _The Languages of Landscape_. University Park: Penn State University Press, 1996. 312 pp., ill. ISBN 0-271-01553-5

CANOVA

Honour, H. "Canova and His Printmaker." Print Quarterly, 12, 3 (September 1995): 253-74.

CHINA

Butler, M. "Dated Pieces from the Butler Family Collection." Oriental Art, 40, 3 (Autumn 1994): 7-14 [17th-c porcelain]

FUSELI

Stein, P. "Henry Fuseli's Massacre of the Innocents Drawings and their Iconographic Innovations." Word & Image, 11, 3 (July-September 1995): 291-99.

GOYA

Ciofalo, J.J. "Unveiling Goya's Rape of Galatea." Art History, 18, 4 (December 1995): 477 ff.

TIEPOLO

Knorn, N. "Tiepolo's Rinaldo and Armida Paintings in the Wurzburg Residenz." Pantheon - Internationale Jahreszeitschrift fur Kunst, 53 (1995): 93-107.

HISTORY OF LAW

Cairns, John W. "Famous as a School for Law as Edinburgh... for Medicine : Legal Education in Glasgow, 1761-1801," in_The Glasgow Enlightenment_, ed. Andrew Hook and Richard B. Sher (East Linton: Tuckwell Press, 1995), pp. 133-59.

Cairns, John W. "Scottish Law, Scottish Lawyers and the Status of the Union," in _Union for Empire: Political Thought and the British Union of 1707_, ed. John Robertson (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995), pp. 243-68.

Cairns, John W. "The Noose Hidden Under Flowers: Marriage and Law in _Saint Ronan's Wall_." Legal History, 16 (1995): 234-55.

Cairns, John W. "Lawyers, Law Professors, and Localities: The Universities of Aberdeen, 1680-1750." Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly, 46 (1995): 304-31.

Cairns, John W. "The Influence of the German Historical School in Early Nineteenth-Century Edinburgh." Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce, 20 (1994): 191-203.

HISTORY OF MEDICINE

* Anselment, Raymond A. _The Realms of Apollo: Literature and Healing in 17th-Century England._ 316 pp. ISBN 0-87413-553-2 [See review of this and Doebler s book, by Hal Jensen, Look there! look there! Images of death and dying in seventeenth-century England, TLS 4850 (March 15, 1996): 10.]

Buickerood, J.G. "Pursuing the Science of Man: Some Difficulties in Understanding 18th-Century Maps of the Mind." Eighteenth-Century Life, 19, 2 (May 1995): 1-17.

* Doebler, Betty Anne. _ Rooted Sorrow : Dying in Early Modern England._ Associated University Press, 1996. 296 pp. ISBN 0-8386-3543-1 [see review listed in this section under Anselment]

Fulton, H. L. "John Moore, the Medical Profession and the Glasgow Enlightenment," in _The Glasgow Enlightenment_, ed. Andrew Hook and Richard B. Sher (East Linton: Tuckwell Press, 1995), pp. 176-89.

Guerrini, Anita. "Case History as Spiritual Autobiography: George Cheyne s Case of the Author." Eighteenth-Century Life, 19, 2 (May1995): 18-27.

Rees, R. "Under the Weather: Climate and Disease, 1700-1900." History Today, 46, 1 (January 1996): 35-41.

Rublack, U. "Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the Female Body in Early Modern Germany." Past & Present, 150 (February 1996): 84-110.

Shephard, A. "The Literature of a Medical Hoax: The Case of Mary Toft, the Pretended Rabbet-Breeder." Eighteenth-Century Life, 19, 2 (May 1995): 59-78. [Pope, Swift]

HISTORY OF MUSIC

Berkovec, J. "Josef Ferdinand Norbert Seger (1716-1782) and His School of Music: [in Czech]. Hudebni Veda, 32, 3 (1995): 287-97.

Music, D.W. "Seven So-Called New Tunes in Amos Pilsbury s United States Sacred Harmony (1799) and Their Use in 4-Shape Shapenote Tunebooks of the Southern United States Before 1860." American Music, 13, 4 (Winter 1995): 403-47.

Trojan, J. "Jan Tomas Kuznik (1716-1786), a Cantor and Liedersinger from the Moravian Hana Region" [in Czech]. Hudebni Veda, 32, 3 (1995): 298-313.

MOZART

Napolitano, E. "Mozart s Adagio in B, K.540." Nuova Rivista Musicale Italiana, 29, 2 (April-June 1995): 235-40.

HISTORY OF RELIGION

CHRISTIANITY - PROTESTANT

Landsman, Ned C. "Liberty, Piety and Patronage: The Social Context of Contested Clerical Calls in Eighteenth-Century Glasgow," in _The Glasgow Enlightenment_, ed. Andrew Hook and Richard B. Sher (East Linton: Tuckwell Press, 1995), pp., 214-26.

Tyson, J.R. "Lady Huntingdon's Reformation." Church History, 64, 4 (December 1995): 580-93. [Selena Hastings, Countess of Huntingdon (1707-1791); 18th-c religious revival]

HISTORY OF SEXUALITY

Binhammer, K. "The Sex Panic of the 1790s." Journal of the History of Sexuality, 6, 3 (January 1996): 409-34.

Bray, A. & L. Gowing. "Sex and Gender." History Workshop Journal, 41 (Spring 1996): R5

Brown, K. "'Changed...into the fashion of a man': The politics of sexual difference in a 17th-century Anglo-American settlement." Journal of the History of Sexuality, 6, 2 (October 1995): 171-93.

Herrup, Cynthia "The Patriarch at Home: The Trial of the 2nd Earl of Castlehaven for Rape and Sodomy." History Workshop Journal, 41 (Spring 1996): 1-18.

Hitchcock, T. "Redefining Sex in 18th-Century England." History Workshop Journal, 41 (Spring 1996): 73-92.

Lloyd, S. "'Pleasure's Golden Bait': Prostitution, Poverty and the Magdalen Hospital in 18th-Century London." History Workshop Journal, 41 (Spring 1996): 51-72.

Talley, C.L. "Gender and Male Same-Sex Erotic Behavior in British North America in the 17th Century." Journal of the History of Sexuality, 6, 3 (January 1996): 385-408.

Traub, V. "The Perversion of Lesbian Desire." History Workshop Journal, 41 (Spring 1996): 23-52.

INDIA

[see title by Robertson listed under Scotland-History]

IRELAND - LITERATURE

SWIFT

[see also title by Shephard listed under History of Medicine]

ITALY - HISTORY

Merlotti, A. "From the Royal Archives: the Works of Pietro Giannone as Forbidden Reading in the Piedmont During the Rule of the House of Savoy (1748-1848)" [in Italian]. Rivista Storica Italiana, 107, 2 (May 1995): 332-86.

ITALY - LITERATURE

Amoretti, G.C. "Italian-Language Literature in Nice During the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Periods (1792-1814)" [in Italian]. Otto-Novecento, 19, 5 (September-October 1995): 5-34.

Battistini, A. "A Poet most familiar with the heroics of classical literature: the role of Vergil in the thought of Giambattista Vico" [in Italian]. Critica Letteraria, 23, 3-4 (1995): 165-82.

Dolla, V. "An 18th-Century Metrical Innovation: Pietro Napoli-signorelli's 14-line satirical Marteliano" [in Italian]. Critica Letteraria, 23, 3-4 (1995): 205-24.

JUDAICA

Timm, E. "An Early History of Yiddish Narrative Prose: The Recently-Discovered Manuscript of the Mayse-Bukh" [in German]. Beitrage zur Geshichte der Deutschen Sprache und Literatur, 117, 2 (1995): 243-80.

LATIN AMERICA

Brugge, D.M. "The Derrotero of Tomas Ignacio Lizasoain: from Janos to Moqui in 1761." Colonial Latin American Historical Review, 4, 4 Autumn 1995): 465-76 [transcription of mission itinerary report, in Spanish, with English introd. & notes]

Cramaussel, C. "Illegitimate and Abandoned Children in the Northern Frontier of New Spain: The Towns of Parral and San Bartolome in the 17th Century." Colonial Latin American Historical Review, 4, 4 (Autumn 1995): 404-38.

Hawkins, T.P. "Jose de Bustamente and the Preservation of Empire in Central America, 1811-1818." Colonial Latin American Historical Review, 4, 4 (Autumn 1995): 439-64.

Johnson, L.L. "The Competition of Slave and Free Labor in Artisanal Production: Buenos Aires, 1770-1815." International Review of Social History, 40, 3 (December 1995): 409-24.

Rice, P.M. "Wine and Local Catholicism in Colonial Coquegua, Peru." Colonial Latin American Historical Review, 4, 4 (Autumn 1995): 369-404.

MARITIME HISTORY

Lenman, Bruce P. "The Scottish Linschoten: Alexander Hamilton and the Development of Scottish Knowledge of Eastern Waters to 1727," in South Asian Library Group Newsletter, 42 (1995): 4-18.

MATERIAL CULTURE

Blench, Brian J. R. "Symbols and Sentiment: Jacobite Glass," in _1745: Charles Edward Stuart and the Jacobites_, ed. Robert C. Woosnam-Savage (Edinburgh: HMSO, 1995), pp. 87-102.

MISCELLANEOUS

Benedict, Barbara M. "Reading Faces: Physiognomy and Epistemology in Late Eighteenth-Century Sentimental Novels." Studies in Philology, 92 (1995): 311-28.

NATIVE AMERICANS, LES INDIGÈNES, INDIANS, FIRST NATIONS, &C.

Jooken, Lieve. "'A Sound Like the Gaggling of Geese': Lord Monboddo's Discussion of Languages of the New World," in _Perspectives on English_, ed. Keith Carlon et al. (Leuven, 1994), 54-78.

NETHERLANDS - HISTORY

Mastboom. J.M. "By-employment and agriculture in the 18th-century rural Netherlands: The Florijn-Slotboom household." Journal of Social History, 29, 3 (Spring 1996): 591-612.

PHILOSOPHY

Moreau, M. "Storied Reason: Beyond Hume, Kant, and Williams." American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, 69, 4 (Autumn 1995): 573-84.

HEGEL

Hegel, G.W.F. "'The Transcendental Idea of God' (1795): A Manuscript Series of Notes by Hegel, Translated, Introduced, and Annotated by Michael H. Hoffheimer." Clio, 24, 4 (Summer 1995): 419-28.

HUME

Elesegui, Maria. "La Imparcialidad del juez: Hume y las actuales teorias argumentativa de la interpretacion juridica," in _Justicia Solidaridad y paz_, vol. 1, ed. Facultad de Derecho, Universidad de Valencia (Valencia, 1995), pp. 91-113.

Frey, R. G. "Virtue, Commerce, and Self-Love." Hume Studies, 21 (1995): 275-89.

Kulenkampff, J. "Proteus Hume: New Interpretations of Classical Authors" [in German]. Archiv fur Geschichte der Philosophie, 77, 3 (1995): 325-37.

* Norton, David Fate & Mary J. Norton. _The David Hume Library_. Edinburgh Bibliographical Society in association with The National Library of Scotland, 1996. 156 pp. ISBN 1-872116-21-3

KANT

Noske, R. "The Image of Immortality in the Philosophical Works of Immanuel Kant" [in German]. Neue Zeitschrift fur Systematische Theologie und Religionsphilosophie, 37, 3 (1995): 238-41.

Panea Marquez, J.M. "God: The Other Moral Consciousness in Kant" [in Spanish]. Pensiamento, 51, 201 (1995): 429-40.

Weatherston, M. "Kant's Assessment of Music in the Critique of Judgment." British Journal of Aesthetics, 36, 1 (January 1996): 56-65.

Watkins, E. "Kant's Theory of Physical Influx." Archiv fur Geschichte der Philosophie, 77, 3 (1995): 285-324.

LEIBNIZ

Luna Alcoba, M. "Harmony and Evil According to the Theodicy of Leibniz" [in Spanish]. Pensiamento, 51, 201 (1995): 389-400.

Ryan, J.A. "Leibniz' Binary System and Shao-Yong's 'Yijing'." Philosophy East & West, 46, 1 (January 1996): 59-90.

SCOTTISH ENLIGHTENMENT

Bruhlmeier, Daniel. "Die Geburt der Sozialwissenschaften aus dem Geiste der Moralphilosophie," in _Schottische Aufklarung: A Hotbed of Genius_, ed. D. Bruhlmeier et al. (Berlin, 1995), pp. 23-38.

Emerson, Roger L. "Did the Scottish Enlightenment Emerge in an English Cultural Province?" Lumen: Selected Proceedings from the Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 14 (1995): 1-24.

* Ferguson, Adam. _The Correspondence of Adam Ferguson (1745-1816)_. Ed. Vincenzo Merolle, with an introduction by Jane B. Fagg (London, 1995).

Guena, Marco. "Aspetti della critica di Adam Ferguson al contrattualismo," in _Passioni, interessi, convenzioni: Discussioni settecentesche su virtu e civitta_, ed. Marco Geuna and Maria Luisa Pesante (Milan, 1992), pp. 129-80.

Heath, Eugene "The Commerce of Sympathy: Adam Smith on the Emergence of Morals." Journal of the History of Ideas, 33 (1995): 447-66.

Kennedy, Thomas D. "William Leechman, Pulpit Eloquence and the Glasgow Enlightenment," in _The Glasgow Enlightenment_, ed. Andrew Hook and Richard B. Sher (East Linton: Tuckwell Press, 1995), pp. 56-72.

Kidd, Colin. "Antiquarianism, Religion and the Scottish Enlightenment." The Innes Review, 46 (1995): 139-54.

POLITICAL THOUGHT

Braddick, M. "The Early Modern English State and the Question of Differentiation, From 1550 to 1700." Comparative Studies in Society and History, 38, 1 (January 1996): 92-111.

Carrithers, David W. "The Enlightenment Science of Society," in _Inventing Human Science: Eighteenth-Century Domains_, ed. Christopher Fox et al. (Berkeley, Ca., 1995), 232-70.

Elesegui, Maria. "Communitarianism versus Liberalism on Interpreting Rights." European Journal of Law, Philosophy and Computer Sciences, 6 (1995): 52-69.

Oakeshott, Michael. "The fortunes of scepticism: Dispersal of power and the traditions of English politics." TLS, 4850 (March 15, 1996): 14-16.

HOBBES

Murphy, M.C. "Hobbes on Conscientious Disobedience." Archiv fur Geschichte der Philosophie, 77, 3 (1995): 263-84.

ROUSSEAU

Ginzo Fernandez, A. "Political Theory and Pedagogy in Rousseau" [in Spanish]. Pensiamento, 51, 201 (1995): 401-28.

* Morganstern, Mira. _Rousseau and the Politics of Ambiguity: Self, Culture, and Society. University Park: Penn State University Press, 1996. 280 pp.. ISBN 0-271-01572-1 (cloth), 0-271-01573-X (paper)

SCOTLAND - HISTORY

Armitage, David. "The Scottish Vision of Empire: Intellectual Origins of the Darien Venture," in _Union for Empire: Political Thought and the British Union of 1707_, ed. John Robertson (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995), 97-118.

Armitage, David. "The New World and British Historical Thought: From Richard Hakluyt to William Robertson," in _America in European Consciousness, 1493-1750_, ed. Karen Ordahl Kupperman (Williamsburg & Chapel Hill, 1995), pp. 52-75.

Armitage, David. "The Darien Venture," in _Scotland and the Americas1600 to 1800_ (Providence, R.I.: John Carter Brown Library, 1995), pp. 3-13.

Campbell, R. H. "The Making of the Industrial City," in _Glasgow Volume 1: Beginnnings to 1830_, ed. T. M. Devine and Gordon Jackson (Manchester University Press, 1995), pp. 184-213.

Emerson, Roger L. "Scottish Cultural Change 1660-1710 and the Union of 1707," in _Union for Empire: Political Thought and the British Union of 1707_, ed. John Robertson (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995), pp. 121-44.

Emerson, Roger L. "Politics and the Glasgow Professors, 1690-1800," in _The Glasgow Enlightenment_, ed. Andrew Hook and Richard B. Sher (East Linton: Tuckwell Press, 1995), pp. 21-39.

Fry, Michael. "Introduction" and "Scotland and the American Revolution," in _Scotland and the Americas 1600 to 1800_ (Providence, R.I.: John Carter Brown Library, 1995), pp. xvii-xix, 89-97.

Fry, Michael, and Robert Kent Donovan. "Religion in the Affairs of Scotland and America," in _Scotland and the Americas 1600 to 1800_ (Providence, R.I.: John Carter Brown Library, 1995), pp. 53-63.

Kidd, Colin. "Religious Realignment between the Restoration and Union," in _Union for Empire: Political Thought and the British Union of 1707_, ed. John Robertson (Cambridge University Press, 1995), pp. 145-68.

Kidd, Colin. "Teutonist Ethnology and Scottish Nationalist Inhibition, 1780-1880." Scottish Historical Review, 74 (1995): 45-68.

Lenman, Bruce P. "The Place of Prince Charles and the '45 in the Jacobite Tradition," in _1745: Charles Edward Stuart and the Jacobites_, ed. Robert C. Woosnam-Savage (Edinburgh: HMSO, 1995), pp. 1-14.

* Robertson, William. _The Works of William Robertson_. Ed. Richard B. Sher, with new introductions by Nicholas Phillipson & Jeffrey Smitten. Includes _The History of Scotland_, _The History of the Reign of Charles V_, _The History of America_, _An Historical Disquisition concerning the Knowledge which the Ancients had of India_, _The Situation of the World at the Time of Christ s Appearance_, and miscellaneous pieces. Routledge & Thoemmes Press, 1996. 5,580 pp., 12 vols. boxed set. OSBN 0-415-13743-8

Szewchi, Daniel. "Reflections on Historical Determinism, or, What if the Jacobites Had Won at Culloden?" Eighteenth-Century Scotland, 10 (Spring 1996): 9-11

[see also title by Black listed under Bibliography, &c.; by Blench listed under Material Culture; by Cairns listed under History of Law]

SCOTLAND - LITERATURE

Berry, Christopher J. "Introduction" to James Dunbar, _Essays on the History of Mankind in Rude and Cultivated Ages_ (Bristol, 1995), v-xv.

Davis, Leith Ann. "James Currie," in Eighteenth-Century British Literary Biographers. Dictionary of Literary Biography, 142 (1994): 61-68.

Holcomb, Kathleen. "Thomas Reid in the Glasgow Literary Society," in _The Glasgow Enlightenment_, ed. Andrew Hook and Richard B. Sher (East Linton: Tuckwell Press, 1995), pp. 95-110.

BOSWELL

Clingham, Greg "Double Writing: The Erotics of Narrative in Boswell's _Life of Johnson_, in _James Boswell: Psychological Interpretations_, ed. Donald J. Newman (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1995), pp. 189-214.

Crawford, Thomas. "Politics in the Boswell-Temple Correspondence," in _Boswell, Citizen of the World, Man of Letters_, ed. Irma S. Lustig (Lexington, Ky., University Press of Kentucky, 1995), pp. 101-16.

Danziger, Marlies K. "Boswell's Travels through the German, Swiss, and French Enlightenment," in _Boswell, Citizen of the World, Man of Letters_, ed. Irma S. Lustig (Lexington, Ky., University Press of Kentucky, 1995), pp. 13-36.

Danziger, Marlies K. "Boswell in Braunschweig, 1764: Eindricke eines Aufenthaltes am herzoglichen Hof," in Braunschweigisches Jahrbuch, 75 (1994 [1995]): 161-70.

Fry, Michael. "James Boswell, Henry Dundas, and Enlightened Politics," in _Boswell, Citizen of the World, Man of Letters_, ed. Irma S. Lustig (Lexington, Ky., University Press of Kentucky, 1995), pp. 87-100.

Kullman, Colby H. "'Are You a Mimic, Mr. Genius?': Boswell and Johnson on the Art of Mimicry," Transactions of the Northwest Society for Eighteenth-Century Scotland, 19 (1994): 24-29.

BURNS

Low, Donald A. "'My Tocher's the Jewel': Love and Money in the Songs of Burns," in _Burns Now_, ed. Kenneth Burns (Edinburgh: Canongate Academic, 1994), pp. 117-28.

MCPHERSON & OSSIAN

Gaskill, Howard. "The Joy of Grief : Moritz and Ossian," Colloquia Germanica, 28 (1995): 101-25.

SPAIN - HISTORY

Hempel, W. "A Literary and Human Relationship: Wilhelm von Humboldt and Spain" (in Spanish). Boletin de la Real Academia Espanola, 75, 265 (May-August 1995): 271-92.

THEATRE HISTORY

ENGLAND

Backscheider, Paula R. "Stretching the Form: Catherine Trotter Cockburn and Other Failures." Theatre Journal, 47, 4 (December 1995): 443-58.

Carlson, S. "Cannibalizing and Carnivalizing: Reviving Aphra Behn's The Rover." Theatre Journal, 47, 4 (December 1995): 517-40.

Choudhury, Mita. "Gazing at His Seraglio: Late 18th-Century Women Playwrights as Orientalists." Theatre Journal, 47, 4 (December 1995): 481-502.

Friedman-Romell, B.H. "Breaking the Code: Toward a Reception Theory of Theatrical Cross-Dressing in 18th-Century London." Theatre Journal, 47, 4 (December 1995): 459-80.

Garlick, G. "Samuel Beazely and the Drury Lane Alterations of 1822." Theatre Notebook, 50, 1 (1996): 39-54.

Gilman, T.S. "Augustan Criticism and Changing Conceptions of English Opera." Theatre Survey, 36, 2 (November 1995): 1-36.

Johnson, O. "Empty Houses: The Suppression of Tate's Richard II." Theatre Journal, 47, 4 (December 1995): 503-16.

Kaplan, D. "Representing the Nation: Restoration Comedies on the Early 20th-Century London Stage." Theatre Survey, 36, 2 (November 1995): 37-62.

Kinservik, M.J. "Benefit Play Selection at Drury Lane, 1728-1769: The Cases of Cibber, Mrs. Clive, and Mrs. Pritchard." Theatre Notebook, 50, 1 (1996): 15-28.

Sorrell, M. "Edmund Kean and Richardson s Theatre." Theatre Notebook, 50, 1 (1996): 29-38.

Sutton, R.B. "Further Evidence of David Garrick's Portrayal of Hamlet from the Diary of Georg Christoph Lichtenberg." Theatre Notebook, 50, 1 (1996): 8-14.

SPAIN

Schinasi, M. "The Theater Repression in Cordoba, 1694-1834." Dieciochio, 18, 2 (Autumn 1995): 157-72.

U.S.: COLONIAL & FEDERAL HISTORY

Landsman, Ned C. "The Legacy of British Union for the North American Colonies: Provincial Elites and the Problem of Imperial Union," in _Union for Empire: Political Thought and the British Union of 1707_, ed. John Robertson (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995), pp. 297-317.

Landsman, Ned C. "Emigration and Settlement," in _Scotland and the Americas 1600 to 1800_ (Providence, R.I.: John Carter Brown Library, 1995), pp. 15-25.

Lenman, Bruce P. "God's Politician: 'Scots Hireling' James Blair Ruled Anglican Virginia for 50 Years." Colonial Williamsburg Journal (Spring 1995): 25-31.

Lenman, Bruce P. "Colonial Warfare and Imperial Identity," in _Scotland and the Americas 1600 to 1800_ (Providence, R.I.: John Carter Brown Library, 1995), pp. 77-87.

Saillant, J. "Slavery and Divine Providence in New England Calvinism: The New Divinity and a Black Protest." New England Quarterly, 68, 4 (December 1995): 584-608.

[see title by Robertson listed under Scotland-History]

JEFFERSON

Shuffleton, Frank. "Presenting Jefferson: Recent Publications by Fliegelman, Lockridge, and Onuf." Early American Literature, 30, 3 (1995): 275-85 [review essay].

U.S: COLONIAL & FEDERAL LITERATURE

Bauer, R. "Colonial Discourse and Early American Literature: Ercilla, the Inca Garcilaso, and Joel Barlow's Conception of a New World Epic." Early American Literature, 30, 3 (1995): 203-32.

Jacoby, Alice E. "Introduction" to John Adams, _Curious Thoughts on the History of Man_ (Bristol, 1995), v-xiv.

Round, P.H. "The Discursive Origins of the American Revolution: The Case of Nathaniel Rogers, Merchant of Boston." Early American Literature, 30, 3 (1995): 233-63.

[see also title by Williams listed under Classical Civilization]

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